NFL Best Prop Bets – Week 5

We are getting into the heart of the schedule, where teams and players are starting to show some consistency, making prop bets a little easier.

Kirk Cousins has six TDs and four INTs through four games. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Kirk Cousins Under 252.5 Passing Yards (-113)

Kirk Cousins is finding his stride early in this season. He has thrown for over a thousand yards and six touchdowns through four games. He’s passed over 250 yards in three of his four games this year.

However, he’s eclipsed 250 yards only twice in his past six games against the Bears. Chicago plays him hard and knows how to make his life difficult. The Bears have the fourth best pass defense in the league. So bettors should keep their expectations of Cousins low today.

Nick Chubb has racked up 459 rushing yards through four weeks of play. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Chubb Anytime TD (-115)

Nick Chubb has been an unstoppable force this season. He’s rushed for 100+ yards in three of his four games, and he is averaging 115 yards a game. As a result, his rushing prop this week is 92.5 yards. Eventually, he will have a down week, and I don’t want to be on his prop when that happens.

As a result, I’m advising bettors ride with his touchdown prop. He’s scored five so far this year and one every week except Week 1. He’s the go-to guy in the red zone, and the Browns should work him hard against the Chargers.

 T.J. Hockenson in second amongst tight-ends with 261 receiving yards. Mandatory Credit: Junfu Han/ Detroit Free Press-USA TODAY NETWORK

Detroit Lions Over 20.5 Points (-110)

Detroit has the most prolific offense in the NFL this year, averaging 35 points a game. This week they face the piss poor defense of the New England Patriot, so bettors can expect they’re scoring trend to continue.

This is a joke of a line, I have no idea why it is so low, bettors should hammer.

TJ Hockenson Anytime TD Score (+180)

TJ Hockenson has become a go-to target for Jared Goff in Detroit. He popped off last week for two touchdowns on 179 yards. It was the second week in a row he scored a touchdown, and as the Lions look to pick up their second win of the season, Goff should look to connect with Hockenson, repeatedly.

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