Best Prop Bets: Week 4 In The NFL

Best Prop Bets: Week 4 In The NFL

Barry Devoe
4 months ago
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People are looking to make major moves during Week 4 of the NFL season. When looking at the slate, there are a lot of good spots for players to have good days. Here’s a look at some player totals worth paying attention to this weekend.

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Jacoby Brissett Over 212.5 Passing yards (-114)

The Cleveland Browns have shown they are more than capable of operating an efficient offense. Brissett, a veteran quarterback warming the seat for Deshaun Watson, has shown he can be an efficient passer. After opening the season with a slow start against Carolina, Brissett has completed 81.5 and 67.7 percent of his passes, respectively, over the past two weeks.

When it comes to Cleveland’s opponent, the rebuilding Atlanta Falcons have made it clear they aren’t afraid to trade punches. All three of Atlanta’s games this season have gone over the total. The Falcons' defense ranks 27th in the league in passing yards allowed at 271.3 per game.

Against Cleveland, that could be worrisome. The Browns are a capable running team with Nick Chubb. Brissett will find holes in the Atlanta defense and go over the total again this week.

Derrick Henry To Score A Touchdown (-125)

Things haven’t been pretty for Tennessee or its star running back thus far this season. Henry has been limited to 3.6 yards per carry in three games. Henry has yet to top 100 yards on the season but has gotten back on track with scoring recently. Henry scored rushing touchdowns in the Titans' last two games against Las Vegas and Buffalo.

The Colts’ defense has had some struggles of its own. While Henry may not run wild on the Colts, he will find the endzone.

Drake London To Score A Touchdown (+125)

The Falcons may have found a winner in rookie wide receiver London. He is tied for 28th in the league with 16 catches and has piled up 214 yards this season. In addition, London has caught two touchdown passes for an Atlanta team that is fun to watch, even if the Falcons may not win many games this season.

London has scored a touchdown in each of the last two games. During the three games Atlanta has played this season, London has been targeted 25 times.

Tony Pollard To Score A Touchdown (+165)

Pollard is one of the hardest runners on the Dallas Cowboys’ roster. So far this season, Pollard has made the most of his carries as the team’s No. 2 back. He is averaging 5.6 yards per carry. While he didn’t score against the Giants last week, Pollard had a long carry of 46 yards and averaged 8.1 yards per carry. 

Pollard has also established himself as a strong target for Cooper Rush in the passing game. Pollard will be able to find his way into the endzone again.

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