NFL Week 3 Player Prop Bets: Lamar Jackson, D. Watson and more
Mike Ortiz Jr. makes his player prop picks and predictions for Week 3 of the 2023 NFL season, with best bets.
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Best Colts vs Ravens Player Prop Bets Today
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was looking to put more emphasis on his passing game this season rather than relying so much on his ability to run the ball. Through his first two games, that hasn’t really been the case. Jackson threw for 169 yards in Week 1 against Houston and 237 yards in Week 2 vs. Cincinnati. However, this week the Ravens will face an Indianapolis Colts secondary that allows opponents the NFL’s fourth-highest passing yardage total at 287 per game. The emergence of rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers and the addition of wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. -- in addition to Jackson’s trusty tight end Mark Andrews -– has really improved the Ravens’ passing attack. Look for Jackson to have a great game through the air on Sunday as the Ravens should handle the Colts.
The Pick: Lamar Jackson over 222.5 passing yards (-115)
Best Titans vs Browns Player Prop Bets Today
Quarterback Deshaun Watson and the Cleveland Browns pulled off an upset in their season-opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, but turnovers caused them to suffer a Week 2 loss at Pittsburgh. While the running game has carried Cleveland’s offense through the first two weeks of 2023 despite a season-ending injury to running back Nick Chubb, the passing game hasn’t been what this team expected. On Sunday, the Browns will have the luxury of going up against a Tennessee Titans secondary that allows the fifth-most passing yards in the NFL at 281.5 per game. While the Browns’ running game hasn’t suffered without Chubb, the Titans’ run defense is among the top five in the NFL -- allowing only 65 rushing yards per game.
The Pick: Deshaun Watson over 229.5 passing yards (-105)
Best Cowboys vs Cardinals Player Prop Bets Today
The overall disrespect shown toward Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is really getting out of hand. If Vegas oddsmakers -- and the rest of the world –- want to underestimate Prescott, we are happy to take advantage of it. As was the case last week, I find myself focusing on Prescott’s passing props. In fact, I find myself doing it every week, especially when his expected yardage and TD numbers are low. There is a general perception that the Cowboys like to run the ball, but Dallas’ Mike McCarthy has always been a pass-first head coach. Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is playing at a Pro Bowl level, and the Cowboys’ passing game has improved with Jake Ferguson at tight end. Prescott just threw for 255 yards and two touchdowns against the New York Jets’ superior defense last week. He now draws one of the worst defenses in the NFL in the Arizona Cardinals. Expect a big performance out of Prescott on Sunday.
Dak Prescott over 232.5 passing yards (-115)
Dak Prescott over 1.5 passing touchdowns (-125)Best Steelers vs Raiders Player Prop Bets Today
Las Vegas running back Josh Jacobs has not lived up to the offseason hype that surrounded both his holdout and the big contract he eventually signed with the Raiders. Through the first two weeks of the season, Jacobs has rushed for only 46 yards, including a minus-2 total at Buffalo last week. Playing at home this weekend, Jacobs will get a boost by facing the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have the NFL’s worst run defense. Look for Jacobs to have the kind of game that fans expect from him on Sunday night.
The Picks: Josh Jacobs over 72.5 rushing yards (-120)
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