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Best NFL Player Prop Bets Week 10

Written by: Richard Janvrin
Updated November 12, 2022
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Best NFL Props Week 10

Now that we’re at Week 10 of the NFL season, we have a great idea of how teams play, including offensive and defensive capabilities. 

With that, we may be able to better pinpoint single-player prop bets.

We’re putting that to the test this week, looking at three props for this week. 

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints

Pick: Chris Olave Any Time TD (+160) at DraftKings

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Olave hasn’t scored since Week 5, but this week is a prime spot for the rookie to get his third score. 

Over the past three weeks since his last touchdown, Olave is averaging six receptions and nearly 80 yards receiving. 

On the year, Olave is averaging 14.4 yards per reception and has become a top target for quarterback Andy Dalton.

The Steelers secondary has two competent safeties in Terrell Edmunds and Minkah Fitzpatrick. However, their cornerbacks leave much to be desired. 

The two starting corners for the Steelers heading into this one are William Jackson III (brought over at the trade deadline) and Ahkello Witherspoon. 

Jackson has played in four games this season and has allowed 84% of his targets to result in catches. For Witherspoon, he’s also only played in four games. In his Week 8 return, he allowed seven catches for 73 yards and two touchdowns. He’s also allowed a touchdown in three of his four games. 

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Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

Pick: Justin Fields Any Time TD (+125) at Caesars

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From their game against the New England Patriots and on, Fields has had 24 designed runs and has totaled 320 rushing yards. He’s also scored a rushing touchdown in each game. The Lions are allowing the second-most rushing yards per game at nearly 150.

They held the Green Bay Packers to just nine points a week ago, but that’s more so the Packers fault than how potent the Lions defense is. 

This Bears offense is centered around Fields, and at home, he’ll be able to keep running and find himself in the endzone. 

Fields cannot be stopped now, and we’ll ride the hot streak. 

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Las Vegas Raiders vs. Indianapolis Colts

Pick: Sam Ehlinger Under 0.5 Passing Touchdowns (-110) at Caesars

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Boy, oh boy. We can talk about the Colts naming Jeff Saturday as head coach, but that doesn’t have much of anything to do with this prop bet. 

The only thing about that coaching change that should matter is Saturday perhaps turning the reins over mid-game to Matt Ryan.

Ehlinger has yet to throw a touchdown in an NFL game, and he’s coming off a miserable performance against the Patriots.

He completed just 51.7% of his passes and got sacked a miserable nine times. 

The Raiders don’t have the most intimidating defense. Still, they have at least one talented pass rusher, Maxx Crosby. 

Chandler Jones has had a rough year, but this could be a game for him to start getting it going. 

Ehlinger might meet Crosby a few times in this game, and there’s a chance he could get yanked, mainly if he can’t perform against this defense. 

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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.

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