This week’s prop bets involve going against the grain and making some bold predictions. The first bet is for tight end, Ferguson, scoring a touchdown for the Dallas Cowboys. Despite being a work in progress, Ferguson has built a good rapport with quarterback Dak Prescott, catching 11 passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns in his last two games. With Dallas expected to score several touchdowns, there’s a good chance Ferguson will find the end zone.
The next bet is for running back Christian McCaffrey of the San Francisco 49ers. While McCaffrey is a top performer, the recent struggles of the 49ers’ offense may lead to a defensive focus on him. As a result, McCaffrey may have a tough time reaching 100 rushing and receiving yards.
The third bet is for a running back who only needs seven yards to hit the Over. While the odds favor the Under, this “garbage time” bet can cash in at any moment during the game, making it a high-risk, high-reward proposition.
The fourth bet involves Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow and whether he can achieve 280 passing yards in the next game. While Burrow has exceeded this number in the last two games, the absence of receiver Tee Higgins and the potential for running back Joe Mixon to get 20 carries may make it difficult for Burrow to hit the mark.
The final bet features Atlanta Falcons running back James Robinson. Despite being a talented player, Robinson’s growth has been stunted by coaching decisions, limiting his carries. However, with a rusty Kyler Murray returning for the Cardinals, the Falcons may rely on Robinson to keep the Cardinals’ offense off the field for longer stretches of time.
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