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This Thursday Night Football matchup between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons is an interesting one. While many view the Falcons as overachievers to this point, it is extremely tough to evaluate the Patriots. With the game result being a bit confusing, it’s wise to place some player prop bets instead. Let’s take a look at four of the best props to place for this TNF matchup with Betway.

Damien Harris Anytime Touchdown (-115)

Damien Harris returned to practice Tuesday after missing Week 10. Everything points to him being able to play Thursday. Of course, check the injury report prior to placing this bet.

If Harris is out, pivot to Rhomondre Stevenson. However, if Harris is active, he will continue to operate as the first option to run the ball in the red zone, which has been kind to him. Harris has scored at least one touchdown in each of his last five games. Look for the trend to continue.

Kyle Pitts Receiving Yards: Under 64.5 (-110)

The Patriots’ defensive philosophy is to take away the opponent’s best weapon, forcing them to win with something other than their strength.

With few players to fear on Atlanta’s offense, especially with Cordarelle Patterson expected to miss the game, look for the Patriots to key on Pitts. The rookie tight end has gone over this receiving prop only three times this season, and it will be tough for Thursday to be his fourth.

Jakobi Meyers Receptions: Over 4.5 (-140)

Atlanta’s pass defense is no good, allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete 69.1 per cent of their passes, which is the fifth-highest in the NFL.

In other words, New England should have little issue moving the ball through the air, and this surely benefits their top wide receiver, Jakobi Meyers. Look for the Patriots to pass a lot, with Meyers being one of the top targets on the team.

Mac Jones Passing Touchdowns: Over 1.5 (-130)

The Falcons are allowing teams to pass against them. They have allowed 2.1 passing touchdowns per game, which is the third-most in the NFL.

Mac Jones is coming off the best game of his young career, completing over 80 per cent of his passes and throwing three touchdowns. Look for him to keep the momentum rolling on a short week.