NFL betting picks: 5 best player props for Week 13
Zach Brunner picks out five NFL player prop betting picks for the best of the Week 13 action.
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Renfrow has been terrific for the Raiders since the team parted ways with Henry Ruggs. He set a new career-high in receiving yards last week, totaling 134. His role should grow even more this week, with star tight end Darren Waller expected to be out. Renfrow has seen nine targets in three of his past four games, so double-digit targets are certainly not out of the question for him in Week 13.
We like the Renfrow over, and we will also bet the over on Carr’s passing yards. This Washington secondary is no good. They give up 266.6 passing yards per game, which is the third-most in the NFL. Their 7.4 yards allowed per pass attempt is the fifth-worst. Carr has played well overall this season and has totaled over 267.5 passing yards in four of his past six games, including 373 on Thanksgiving last week.
This feels like one of the easier bets of the weekend. Jonathan Taylor comes off a game in which the only criticism surrounding him was why he didn’t carry the ball more. Taylor has averaged over five yards per carry in six of his last seven games. He has totaled at least 105 rushing yards in five of his past seven games, including a 145-yard against the Texans, who is his opponent again this week.
This week, Mixon has a matchup against the worst run defense in the NFL. The Chargers allow 145.3 rushing yards per game. On top of that, Mixon has been playing fantastic. He has back-to-back games of over 120 rushing yards, and there’s no reason the trend stops this week.
The matchup with the Falcons is shaping up to be a great one. In fact, it could be a get-right game or a statement game for Tampa. The Falcons allow opponents to complete 68.6 percent of their passes (fourth-highest in NFL), showing they don’t provide much resistance. Atlanta also averages a league-worst 1.4 sacks per game, showing they don’t get much pressure. If Tom Brady is going to get time to throw, he will look downfield to Evans. In three games Brady and Evans played the Falcons together, he has totaled 75 or more yards twice, including the first game this season.