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With no Thursday game this week, we have an extra game to pick from for the NFL Week 17 player props. There are some massive games in terms of importance this weekend, which should result in some large performances. In order to get some skin in the game, it’s fun to bet some player props so you can win along with these players. Let’s take a look at five of the best NFL betting player props to place for Week 17. 

Ryan Tannehill Pass Attempts: Over 28.5 (-110)

Without Derrick Henry in the lineup, the Titans are unable to blindly run it every down and make things work. Ryan Tannehill will be forced to pass in this game once again, though the return of A.J. Brown last week certainly makes things easier.

Brown’s success allowed Tannehill to complete 22 of his 29 pass attempts. He has passed the ball at least 29 times in four of his past five games. 

Jaylen Waddle Receiving Yards: Over 70.5 (-110)

In the same game, Jaylen Waddle should continue his NFL breakout.

The Dolphins’ success during this winning stretch is largely due to Waddle’s impact on offense, which is why they have made him a consistent part of the game plan. Waddle has totaled over 70.5 receiving yards in three straight games, seeing 33 targets over that span.

There is no team that has allowed more receiving yards to wide receivers than the Titans, who give up 191.5. Waddle should be able to take advantage once again. 

Justin Herbert Passing Touchdowns: Over 1.5 (-180)

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. The Chargers’ recent struggles have the touchdown line for Justin Herbert falling under two. However, he can still have a poor game and throw multiple touchdowns.

For example, his last game against the Broncos wasn’t great. He threw two interceptions, but also two touchdowns. In fact, Herbert has thrown multiple touchdowns in five of his past six games.

Mike Williams was also cleared from COVID, which helps out this passing offense quite a bit. 

Travis Kelce Anytime Touchdown (+100)

The Bengals have struggled against tight ends this season, giving up the third-most yards to the position. They haven’t even played the best tight end in football yet. Travis Kelce returns off the COVID list, and he will be looking to make up for lost time.

In his last game, Kelce was rolling. He totaled 191 yards and two touchdowns. Kelce has eight total touchdowns on the year, and he has two weeks to get to the double-digit mark. 

Jimmy Graham Anytime Touchdown (+550)

The COVID issues around the league have made sportsbooks hesitant to put up player props early, so we’re working with a limited bunch here. What better reason than to go with a bet that has longer odds?

The Bears clearly don’t need to save Jimmy Graham for any postseason run, so they can play him a bit more. His specialty with the Bears has been a goal line weapon in the receiving game. He has scored in three of his past five games as a result.

With the Giants’ offensive woes, the Bears should be in a position to score quite a bit in this game.