Four NFL Player Prop Bets for Week 11 Action
The NFL playoff race is heating up, and Week 11 is packed with exciting matchups and opportunities for betting enthusiasts to make some winning wagers. We will delve into some of the best NFL player props for Week 11 to consider. From standout wide receivers to promising quarterbacks, we’ll explore the potential for big performances and profitable outcomes. So, let’s dive into the Week 11 action!
Jayden Reed, WR, Chargers at Packers — OVER 35.5 Receiving Yards
Emerging as a reliable target for Jordan Love and the Green Bay Packers, rookie wide receiver Jayden Reed has a favorable matchup in the slot for the second consecutive week. Facing the Los Angeles Chargers, who have struggled to defend the pass, Reed has a favorable matchup to exploit, facing a second-year cornerback. Off an 84 yard, 5 catch, with a touchdown, performance in Week 10 Reed OVER 35.5 yards is my best NFL player prop to bet.
Tommy DeVito, QB, Giants at Commanders — UNDER 161.5 passing yards
It’s hard to believe the sportsbook are putting up a line here. DeVito has struggled as a passer, evident from two negative performances. In two games, he has a total of 260 yards passing . . . in two games! He’s thrown two TDs to 2 INTs and goes on the road in a division game here. Yes the Commanders aren’t exactly a top defensive squad, but even if this was 155 yards, I would go under.
Trevor Lawrence, QB, Tennessee at Jacksonville — OVER 1.5 Passing Touchdowns
The Jacksonville Jaguars aim to bounce back from a disappointing loss and I would expect quarterback Trevor Lawrence will be determined to make an impact. The matchup against the Tennessee Titans is favorable as the Titans rank 27th in net yards per pass attempt allowed and have yielded 10 passing touchdowns in nine games. Lawrence threw for 3 TDs at home and one on the road vs. Jacksonville. It’s time for Lawrence to show he’s a top QB.
Kenneth Walker III, RB, Seahawks at Rams — OVER 64.5 rushing yards
Walker has been dealing with injuries that have clearly affected his performance. His yards-per-carry average dropped significantly over the past couple of weeks but last week he appeared better with 19 carries for 63 yards vs. Washington. The opening week of the season he had exactly 64 yards at home vs. the Rams. Geno Smith has reverted a bit after his surprising season last year and I expect Walker to get his 15-20 carries. Take OVER 64.5 yards with Walker III.
Remember, these NFL player prop bets are merely suggestions based on careful analysis and research. As with any form of sports betting, it’s crucial to exercise caution and make informed decisions. Good luck in Week 11, and may your football plays and prop bets lead you to victory!