Week 10 NFL Player Prop Bets
By Adam Martin
The Sunday of Week 10 in the NFL kicks off with football in Frankfurt and ends in Vegas – with ple.nty of excitement and opportunity in between! Adam Martin brings you some of his favourite prop bets for today’s action.
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Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots
Demario Douglas Over 4.5 Receptions @ 23/20
The Colts and Patriots are travelling over to Frankfurt, Germany for the early game on Sunday and an exciting game is in the offing. The Colts have been involved in games that have hit the over on the score in six of their nine games. They can score plenty of points, but they also concede plenty as well.
This will help the Patriots in this game who have struggled to win games and sit at 2-7. With Kendrick Bourne on IR, it has become obvious that Demario Douglas is Mac Jones’ number one target. The rookie has shown some impressive skills so far this season and going up against a defence that gives up points means he will have plenty of opportunity.
He has had five receptions in each game over the last two weeks and so over 4.5 receptions look like a good bet. Not only should he get the receptions, but the price of 23/20 is very attractive for the number one target on this team.
Tennessee Titans @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
DeAndre Hopkins Anytime TD Scorer @ 5/4
The Titans are travelling to Tampa Bay in a game that isn’t the most exciting one on Sunday but that doesn’t mean we can’t get a good bet out of it. The Titans have looked much more of a threat since Will Levis became the starting QB. He clearly has ability to be a starting QB and the more he plays should see him improve.
In his first game we saw the connection he made with DeAndre Hopkins which saw him catch three TDs against the Falcons. Hopkins still has plenty of speed and Levis has a great deep ball which he can use against the Bucs on Sunday.
The Buccaneers are currently ranked 27th in the NFL when it comes to giving up passing TD’s and so Levis can exploit their poor defense. At 5/4 Hopkins looks a good price to score and it would be surprising if this didn’t happen.
Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens
Mark Andrews Over 4.5 Receptions @ 11/10
We have been on Andrews to score TD’s or make the over on receptions each week over the last three weeks and he has been profitable. This is a tough matchup against the Browns, but Andrews does have a decent record against them.
Last week Andrews had nine receptions against the Seattle Seahawks and is clearly the number one target for Lamar Jackson. Although I would not expect him to have that many receptions again this week, he should be able to go over the 4.5 line.
The Browns have been a good defense all season, but the Ravens are looking very polished this year and they will be tough to beat. Both teams are good at stopping the run and that will mean they will have to pass, opening Mark Andrews up for the Ravens.
Detroit Lions @ Los Angeles Chargers
Sam LaPorta Anytime TD @ 7/4
This is probably the most exciting matchup on Sunday with two attacking teams who can’t defend very well. The Lions have looked like a playoff team in waiting whereas the Chargers have struggled to win games this season. A Lions win looks the most likely outcome.
One reason people are not so bullish on the Lions is that QB Jared Goff is away from home where he always struggles. However, if he is indoors or has little weather issues, he is normally good. There are no such problems expected in LA and so this isn’t a concern.
LaPorta has had 17 targets over the last two weeks and so any player who is targeted that much is worthy of a TD bet at 7/4. He has scored four already this season and he should get plenty of opportunities against a Chargers defense that is ranked 24th when it comes to giving up passing TD’s.
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