For the four remaining NFL teams, it all comes down to this. Win, and you’re one step closer to football immortality. For us sports bettors, it’s win and come home with lots of cash. Ahead are the best player props for Sunday’s games, the perfect guide for your same game parlays.
Prop bets have become increasingly popular amongst sports bettors over the past few years. The FanDuel Sportsbook offers one of the best player prop options called same game parlays, which combine multiple bets from a single game into one massive parlay (moneylines, spreads and totals can be paired in these bets, too). They are challenging to win, but yield large dividends if predicted correctly. The guide below attempts to assist your player props and same game parlays this weekend.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Green Bay Packers (-3.5)
(3:05 p.m. ET on FOX)
Anytime TD: Mike Evans (+140) – Though he’ll likely draw Packers’ top cornerback Jaire Alexander for much of the game, Evans has a decent chance to be the top end zone target, especially with Antonio Brown out. Evans’ lone reception last week was a 6-yard touchdown reception, giving him 14 touchdowns this season (including the postseason).
Tom Brady under 285.5 passing yards (-110) – Despite a 38-10 win over Tampa Bay in Week 6, Brady only threw for 166 yards in that game. While I won’t put much stock into a game from October, Brady has a recurring theme against top pass defenses. He didn’t eclipse this yards total in any of the Bucs’ games vs. the Packers, Saints, or Rams this season. This under appears safe.
Aaron Jones o61.5 rush yards (-110) – The Packers are an exceptional first half team and have made a habit of scoring on opening possessions. No unit controls the clock better than the Packers, and Aaron Jones is a big part of that. I think he crushes this number.
Aaron Rodgers Passing TDs o2.5 (+140) – Rodgers didn’t throw for a touchdown in Week 6, but he threw for three or more touchdowns in 12 of 17 games this season. It’ll be personal for Rodgers. I love this prop with plus money.
Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs (-3)
(Kickoff @ 6:40 p.m. ET on CBS)
Travis Kelce Anytime TD (-130); o7.5 receptions (-136); o96.5 receiving yards – The Bills gave up the most receptions (92) and second-most receiving yards (993) this season. I’m loading up on all Kelce props, who should have a huge day.
Stefon Diggs o7.5 receptions (-110) – Diggs has eclipsed this mark in seven of his last ten games. I’ll take this based on the decent value and high probability he hits it.
Anytime TD: Stefon Diggs (-110) – He has a touchdown in each of the Bills’ two playoff games. At a pretty solid price, this should fit well in your same game parlays.
Best of luck if tailing! Hopefully, this guide gives you some ideas to help win big. Drop your favorite player props in the comments below.
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