Justin Fields (Bears) scores 1+ Rushing TDs (+130)
Since the Bears decided to allow Justin Fields to run, he’s been an absolute electric factory scoring at least 1 rushing touchdown in his last 5 games. In his first 6 games, he only scored 1 rushing TD total, which came in Week 2 against this same Green Bay Packers team that he will play on Sunday afternoon. It seems like everyone in the NFC North is sensing a swift and noticeable “changing of the guard”. The Vikings and Lions both got the Packers off their back, so if the Bears are going to make it a trifecta, Fields will likely need to take at least 1 in with his legs. He’s proclaimed himself healthy… and that’s good enough for us! You can find this +130 rushing TD prop at BetOnline right now.
Justin Jefferson (Vikings) UNDER 6.5 Receptions (-121)
Jefferson may be the most electric wideout in the NFL, and his status as the leading receiver in Pro Bowl voting tells you how the public will likely be betting on this prop. This weekend though, we’re betting on Sauce Gardner, who “loves going against the best.” Sauce leads the NFL in pass breakups and has only allowed one touchdown to opposing wide receivers. He also has the sixth-best cover rating and catch rate allowed and has surrendered just 2.4 catches per game as a pro. The Jets’ defense has thrived under HC Robert Saleh this season and they have a legit opportunity to rise in the AFC playoff standings. We’ve got JJ stuck at five or fewer catches this Sunday and will bet the under 6.5 receptions at MyBookie.
Keenan Allen (Chargers) OVER 64.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
Los Angeles Chargers All-Pro wideout, Keenan Allen has been back from his hamstring injury for a few weeks now, and he seems to be getting even hotter with every passing game. As Justin Herbert’s favorite target, expect the Pro Bowler to explode against a terrible Raiders defense that’s allowing wide receivers to haul in 160 air yards per game this season. We will be betting on Allen to soar over this 64.5-yard receiving mark at Bovada Sportsbook.
Tua Tagovailoa (Dolphins) UNDER 274.5 passing yards (-115)
While we aren’t necessarily chugging the San Francisco 49ers-flavored Kool-Aid like so many others, we do have a healthy respect for the physicality they bring, especially on the defensive side of the ball. This 274.5 passing yard number is more in line with playing a middle-of-the-road defense… NOT this 49ers team. Tagovailoa will most likely be getting blitzed and pressured from different directions on each and every play. The only way he tops this O/U number is if his speedy receivers provide half of it with yards after the catch. We’ll be taking Tua Tagovailoa’s under 274.5 passing yards prop at BetUS.