NFL Best Prop Plays – Week 12

Houston Texans @ Miami Dolphins

Jaylen Waddle is fifth in the league with 878 receiving yards. Mandatory Credit:  BILL INGRAM / THE PALM BEACH PSOT / USA TODAY NETWORK

With the Dolphins being a two-touchdown favorite over the Texans, it’s just too many points to make it a comfortable bet. However, knowing that Miami should run up the score there are several advisable prop plays available in this one.  

As discussed on Talking Touchdowns, Jaylen Waddle offers the best value for prop bets. Tyreke Hill is always liable to go far over his number, but it’s just too high this week to make it worth it. Waddle could clear his prop in one catch, so this is an easy move for bettors today.

Jaylen Waddle Over 70.5 Receiving Yards (-113)

Kyle Allen is making the start for Houston over Davis Mills this week. The Texans’ season could not be going much worse, so they are making the change under center.

This is a great spot for Allen as everyone will have extremely low expectations for him taking on the Dolphins. Knowing that they will be chasing Miami all game, and knowing that Lovie Smith will want to see what Allen is capable of, his passing prop is a fantastic play.

Bettors can expect Allen to be slinging all game long.

Kyle Allen Over 223.5 Passing Yards (-113)

Chicago Bears @ New York Jets

Bears quarterback, Justin Fields has 834 rushing yards this season. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Bears head to East Rutherford to take on the Jets for their Week 11 matchup.

The Jets are starting Mike White this week in place of an underperforming Zach Wilson. Knowing that White showed promise last season, this game could go either way. However, an edge should be given to Chicago as they have been a scrappy team over the past few weeks.

Being that it’s Mike White’s first start this season, bettors should not expect a heavy passing approach from New York, as a result, Michael Carter’s prop makes for a great play.

Michael Carter Over 44.5 (-113)

Justin Fields’ prop has still not been posted, but that is a play that has been free money for the past couple of weeks. If it goes live at 76 yards or less, jump on it. However, It will likely be in the 80, which would make for a more dicey play.


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