Justin Fields over 59.5 rushing yards (-115) & over 1.5 passing TDs (+210)
Justin Fields has gone absolute “beast mode” these past few weeks, and now that he has a legit weapon in newly acquired Chase Claypool and also rediscovered his tight end, Cole Kmet, there should be nothing stopping him going forward. The Bears’ QB has rushed for 60+ yards in every game since Week 6, and he’s thrown five passing touchdowns across the past two games as well. The Lions’ defense is among the league’s worst, allowing nearly 150 rushing yards per game and 13 total rushing touchdowns plus 268 passing yards per game with 13 total passing touchdowns. Hammer these Justin Fields props at Bovada Sportsbook and don’t forget… “Bear Down!”
Greg Dulcich over 44.5 receiving yards (-115)
The Denver Broncos’ breakout rookie tight end, Greg Dulcich, has exceeded this number in each of his three games played this year, and he’s seen 17 targets in that span as well. The Denver offense looked alive two weeks ago on a late-game drive where Russell Wilson continually targeted Dulcich and he finished the day as the Broncos’ leading receiver with 87 yards on four catches. Dulcich’s matchup against the Titans is also very appealing with tight ends having the fourth-most receiving yards (541) and tied for the sixth-most receptions (45) against the Tennessee Titans this season according to Pro Football Reference. Bet Greg Dulcich’s over 44.5 total receiving yards at BetOnline now.
Mike Evans over 65.5 receiving yards (-110)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers star wideout Mike Evans is averaging 77+ yards per game this season. He leads the team in targets, receptions, and yards, and we’re unlikely to see that change anytime soon, although Chris Godwin has been gradually reeling him in with shorter catches underneath in the targets and receptions category. Evans has also seen double-digit targets in each of his last three games, and that volume should help him clear this mark this week. You can find this over 65.5 receiving yards bet at MyBookie.