Nick Chubb (Browns) OVER 74.5 rushing yards (-110)

The Cleveland Browns are only one game away from Deshaun Watson finally earning a paycheck. But in the meantime, Jacoby Brissett is looking to keep their dire playoff hopes alive… and the best way to do that is turning around 20+ times and handing the ball to All-Pro workhorse, Nick Chubb. If he pops one run for 20 yards, this number has absolutely no chance. We think Cleveland has a solid chance to win this game – or at least keep it in question until the very end. If the Browns do that, then Chubb’s fingerprints should be all over it. You can bet this over 74.5 rushing yards prop with our friends at Bovada Sportsbook.

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Isiah Pacheco (Chiefs) OVER 64.5 rushing yards (-115)

The Kansas City Chiefs have clearly transitioned to the rookie Pacheco as the primary running back. In the last two games, he has 31 carries for 189 yards, while Clyde Edwards-Helaire is on IR. The Chiefs are likely going to dominate the white flag-waving Los Angeles Rams early, so Patrick Mahomes may only have to throw a handful of passes… which easily screams 30+ rushing attempts and at least 15-20 of those going to Pacheco. We are seeing 65.5s across the board, except with our friends at BetUS who are offering the over at 64.5 (-115) so go hammer that number now before the line inevitably moves up.

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Christian McCaffrey (49ers) OVER 35.5 receiving yards (-115)

In the three full games Christian McCaffrey has been with the 49ers, his receiving totals are 55, 39, and 67 yards. He’s also caught 19 passes in those three games as well. If McCaffrey catches 6+ passes (slightly below his season average), then there’s no way the New Orleans Saints and their banged-up defense can keep him from hitting this mark. You can find this over 35.5 receiving yards prop at BetUS.

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