NFL betting picks: 5 best player props for Week 16
Zach Brunner picks out five NFL player prop betting picks for the best of the action in Week 16.
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The next touchdown Aaron Rodgers throws will make him the Packers’ all-time leader, while Adams’ next touchdown catch will give the Rodgers-Adams connection the most touchdowns in Packers franchise history as well. Look for both records to be broken simultaneously.
Oh, and Adams was born on Christmas Eve, so consider this both a birthday and Christmas present for him.
The Packers have been struggling to cover tight ends and most routes underneath. Look at Mark Andrews’ 136 yards last week as proof.
While Hooper isn’t a high-volume or high-yardage guy, he has still totaled at least 26 receiving yards in four of his past seven games. With the Browns likely needing to pass late in the game, Hooper should see his fair share of looks.
If you haven’t seen this man play, change that on Christmas Day. Jonathan Taylor is the best pure runner in football right now, and he is looking exactly like he did during his dominant days at Wisconsin. He has totaled at least 104 rushing yards in seven of his past nine games.
The Cardinals struggle against the run, giving up 4.6 yards per carry, which is tied for the fifth-most in the NFL. That rises to 4.8 when they play at home, so Taylor should continue to run wild on Saturday.
There hasn’t been a player more unstoppable than Kupp this season. He always finds himself open, and Matthew Stafford continues to find him. Kupp has totaled at least 108 receiving yards in seven of his past nine games, with a low of 95 yards over this span.
The Vikings’ secondary is terrible. They have surrendered the most receiving yards to the wide receiver position in the league, giving up 190.7 yards per game. Look for Kupp to take advantage.
We just discussed how Kupp should have another big game, and so should the man throwing him the ball. Stafford has plenty of experience playing the Mike Zimmer-led Vikings, having played in Detroit prior to Los Angeles. In fact, he threw for 293 yards against them in his final game as a Detroit Lion last season.
Stafford has thrown for over 281.5 yards in three of his past four games and six of his past eight. Minnesota is giving up the fourth-most passing yards per game this season (252.1), and that will be made worse on Sunday.