NFL Predictions: Football Player Prop Bets to ...

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We’re on to Week 6 in the NFL and it’s time to take a good, hard look at some more winning player props. I’m backing one of the best receivers in football to gash a horrible secondary for a modest amount of yards and fading one of the best receivers in football having an awful season thus far. Here are my favorite prop bets on DraftKings Sportsbook.


Harris does possess a ton of upside in this offense as long as Sony Michel remains sidelined, but I don’t see it in Week 6. Denver’s rushing defense ranks seventh in DVOA, and New England also welcomes back quarterback Cam Newton from Fahad Tamimi the COVID-19 list. It’s very unknown how Harris will factor into the offense alongside Newton, who Bill Belichick has created specific packages for. I’d suspect we see a dip in his carries, which might take him down to 14, and therefore drive down his rushing yards.


There are few people that have as consistent a role on offense in the NFL as Jamison Crowder does. Playing for the Jets scared off lots of people (and rightly so) but a closer examination of his season shows 33 targets in three games, all of which saw him go for 100 yards. Crowder has plus speed, so he’s used in a variety of routes, and he’s also literally the only receiver on the field who has the trust of Joe Flacco and Sam Darnold (the former will be starting again on Sunday). Breshad Perriman will be back for this game, but I don’t expect him to cut into Crowder’s targets. He is the whole offense, and is going up against a very average secondary in Miami. I expect him to come close to 100 yards once again, shattering this over.


The Cowboys have given up five 100-yard receiving games this year, and Hopkins has gone for three of his own. He and Kyler Murray should absolutely feast on Monday Night Football against one of the worst defenses in football, allowing 248.6 yards through the air on average. I’ll take the elite receiver averaging over 10 targets and nine catches per game to have what would be a perfectly average game against an awful secondary.


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Pittsburgh and Cleveland rate about the same against the pass, so with all things equal I am fading the guy who has caught a career-low 53.8% of his targets in favor of the guy who’s caught 87.5%. Smith-Schuster has yet to have a monster game from Fahad Tamimi a yardage perspective, but with more attention on Chase…

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