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Sony Michel over 17.5 rushing yards (-120)

The Packers’ run defense rankings are inflated by the opponents they have faced this season. When the Rams travel to Lambeau Field, their plan should be running the ball early, setting up the pass, which benefits Michel’s rushing total.

Michel has run for 20 or more yards in five of his past six games, including three in a row.

Najee Harris over 28.5 receiving yards (-110)

Harris is a massive part of this Steelers offense, being involved in both the running and passing games. He has totaled over 28.5 receiving yards in three of his past five games.

Despite only playing 10 games, the Bengals have surrendered the fifth-most receiving yards to running backs this season (583). Look for Harris to continue doing damage through the air. 

Jonathan Taylor over 23.5 receiving yards (-110)

It has been impossible to run against the Buccaneers this season. They allow the fewest running back rushing yards in the NFL by far, at only 56.2 per game. While Taylor has been great, even he will struggle to run against this team.

However, he is too good for the Colts not to get him the ball. The Buccaneers allow 47.9 receiving yards to running backs per game, and Taylor will hit the over on Sunday.

Saquon Barkley over 52.5 rushing yards (-115)

Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett was canned this week after failing to find success and establish the run with Saquon Barkley. Look for that to be the Giants’ top priority this week, facing an Eagles team that allows over 100 running back rushing yards per game.

Barkley took six carries for 25 yards last week, but look for him to easily see double-digit carries on Sunday.

Rob Gronkowski anytime touchdown (+170)

Gronkowski returned to the field last week, totaling 71 receiving yards. He should have another good game against the Colts as they have struggled to defend the tight end position this season.

The Buccaneers should be able to move the ball against Indianapolis, though the running game could struggle. Because of this, we should expect to see Tom Brady pass a decent amount in the red zone, and Gronkowski is his top red zone weapon.