NFL betting picks: 5 best player props for Week 10
Zach Brunner picks out five NFL player prop betting picks for the best of the Week 10 action.
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Patterson has been a great weapon for the Falcons this season. He will likely continue to play well Sunday, but we shouldn’t expect an effective day on the ground.
The Falcons are expected to be trailing against the Cowboys, and Patterson has averaged just 33.5 rushing yards in the Falcons’ four losses this season. Atlanta will need to pass, and it makes much more sense to pass it to Patterson in this game than to hand it off to him.
The Vikings face an inconsistent Chargers team on Sunday. While Los Angeles’ pass defense has been pretty solid this season, their run defense is terrible.
The Vikings want to be a run-heavy team due to their defensive head coach having a major influence over their offense, so we should expect them to keep the ball on the ground to control the clock. Obviously, this leads to fewer passing attempts and completions for quarterback Cousins, who has back-to-back games completing fewer than 24 passes.
It makes sense for the Vikings to run the ball in this game as the Chargers allow an even five yards per carry, which is the most in the NFL. Cook is easily one of the best running backs in the league when healthy, which he currently is.
He has gone for over this yardage total in three of the five games in which he played at least half of the snaps.
The Lions are bad and the Steelers defense is intimidating, but the line for receptions for Hockenson is set too low. He is a major part of this offense, averaging six receptions on eight targets per game.
Hockenson has 24 receptions over his past three games and will continue to play well on Sunday.
The Jets are likely going to get embarrassed by the Bills, who are looking to bounce back after last week’s terrible performance against the Jaguars. The Jets will pass a lot, and Carter will continue to be one of their best weapons.
Mike White is expected to be good to go at quarterback. Not only has he played really well, he has been willing to check it down to his running backs. Carter has gone over this receiving prop in all three games White has played in, highlighted by the 95-yard performance in White’s one full game.