NFL Best Prop Bets – Week 10

Seattle Seahawks vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Ryan Succop has drilled 22 of 24 field goals attempted. Mandatory Credit: Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head to Germany for their Week 10 matchup.

It remains unclear if Brady has turned this team around, or if they just picked up an easy win against a struggling Rams team. They have a great test in front of them facing a top NFC contender. While the result of this game could go either way, there are several easy prop plays here

Tom Brady has been asked to sling it this season. Brady has thrown 40+ passes every week since Week 3, hitting a season-high last week with 58 passing attempts. Brady’s arm may fall off this season, as he leads the league in passing attempts.

Tom Brady Over 40.5 Passing Attempts (-109)

Kicker props can make for an easy play when a team is struggling to find the end zone, as Tampa Bay is. Ryan Succop has recorded 2+ field goals in seven of Tampa Bay’s nine games; he leads the league with 22 field goals.

Ryan Succop Over 1.5 Field Goals (-121)

New Orleans Saints @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Najee Harris has 361 yards and 1 TD on the iseason. Mandatory Credit: Rich Storry-USA TODAY Sports

The New Orleans Saints roll into Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers.

The Saints have one of the worst run defenses in the league, and given Pittsburgh struggle to move the ball through the air, Najee Harris should be front and center in Mike Tomlin’s game plan this week.

Harris has had 42+ rushing yards in five of his eight games this season. On top of that, the Saints are allowing an average of 121 yards per game, and seeing that Harris receives 79% of Pittsburgh carriers, he may well have a hundred-yard rushing game. This is an easy play for bettors.

Najee Harris Over 41.5 Rushing Yards (114)
Some ALT lines should also be in play this week for Harris.
Harris 50+ Rushing Yards (+154) / 60+ Rushing Yards (+240)

Conversely, the Steelers have a top-tier run defense, and they will make things hard for Kamara.
Only twice this year has Kamara rushed for 65+ yards. Plus, Ingram and Hill see a fair amount of carries, so it’s highly doubtful Karma will have anything close to a season high.

Alvin Kamara Under 66.5 Yards (-114)

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