Best Props NFL – Week 7

Daniel Jones is averaging 170 passing yards a game. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

New York Giants @ Jacksonville Jaguars

The Giants look to continue their incredible run down in Jacksonville. In my best bets article, I already picked the Giants and the under for this game, but there is a couple of great prop plays here as well. 

Part of the reason for the surprising spread is the Jaguars’ rush defense. Jacksonville is a top-five team at stopping the run, and Saquon Barkley has carried the workload for the Giants’ offense, averaging over 100 yards a game.

Daniel Jones has thrown for 200 yards just once this season — 217 against Green Bay. Jones will need at least 250 yards to pick up a win this week. His prop is in line with how he has been performing this year, but it doesn’t account for the team he is facing. It’s a line bettors should jump on.

Daniel Jones Over 196.5 Passing Yards (-113)

Excluding the Bears game where Jones sustained an injury, he has thrown 27 or more times in every one of his last four games. Again, the Giants will need to rely heavily on the passing game to win against Jacksonville, allowing for another great prop bet.

Daniel Jones Over 27.5 Pass Attempts (-122)
Justin Herbert is fourth in the league with 1,716 passing yards. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles Chargers

The Seahawks, who have been the biggest surprise this season, come into Week 7 with a .500 record. Some idiot said they would have the worst record this season, but they are currently tied for first place in the NFC West.

This game has the highest point total on the slate, so bettors can assume there will be plenty of offense. Both QBs should be slinging as Seattle is in the top for worst pass defenses and the Chargers are on the outside looking in on that list. 

Fun stat on Geno Smith, with the exception of the Saints game, Smith has either thrown over 300 yards or under 200 yards in every game this year. That would be a tricky trend to continue throughout the season, but it makes his line an easy play.

Geno Smith Over 256.5 Passing Yards (-113)

Just banking on the offense, Herbert’s passing prop is advisable too. Austin Ekeler has been highly inconsistent this season, and it’s almost guaranteed that one of these QBs will have 300+ yards. So while both should hit, no doubt one will cash.

Justin Herbert Over 280.5 Passing Yards (-113)




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