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Dan Arnold Receiving Yards: Over 37.5 (-110)

The Jaguars traded for Arnold to fill a role, and he will do just that. After playing a full workload last week, the tight end led the team in targets, receiving yards and tied for the most receptions.

Arnold is 6ft 6in, a former wide receiver and the best mismatch the Jaguars have on offense. He is capable of catching the ball at all three levels, and he will earn much more respect around the league this week. 

Kareem Hunt Receiving Yards: Over 32.5 (-115)

It was announced on Friday that Nick Chubb will not be active for Cleveland this week, meaning Hunt will be given as many snaps as he can handle. Playing alongside Chubb this season, the largest snap share Hunt has seen thus far is 53 per cent.

The Cardinals are allowing over 40 receiving yards per game to the running back position, and it’s clear Hunt will see most of the opportunities out of the backfield in this game. 

Amon-Ra St. Brown Receptions: Over 4.5 (-140)

The Lions lost another wide receiver to injury last week, with Quintez Cephus going down. That means Amon-Ra St. Brown has officially climbed the depth chart to be the WR1 for Detroit this week. His quarterback agrees, with Jared Goff saying they need to get the electric rookie more involved. 

In his last two games, St. Brown has totaled six and seven receptions. He did this while playing 72 per cent and 69 per cent of the snaps, respectively. With him being on the field for most of the snaps this week, he should easily hit the Over on this prop. 

Tim Patrick Receiving Yards: Over 50.5 (-110)

If you haven’t watched the Broncos this season, you may not realise Tim Patrick is a really good wide receiver. He’s big, athletic and makes great plays on the ball.

Patrick is coming off a game in which he turned nine targets into 89 yards. He also totaled 98 yards back in Week 3, and he has 20 total targets over these past three games. He will continue to be involved against a Las Vegas Raiders team that has a weakness at the outside cornerback position.

Sony Michel Anytime TD (+270)

This is going to be a popular prop bet for me the rest of the season. Given how good the Los Angeles Rams offense is, they should see many trips to the red zone. In this backfield, Sony Michel is clearly a better short-yardage running back than the 208-pound Darrell Henderson, who also has injured ribs.

Michel saw four red zone carries to Henderson’s two last week. Both scored a touchdown, but it makes the most sense to utilize Michel on the goal line to keep Henderson healthy for the rest of this season.