Week 14 of the NFL season is here, and this is playoff-clinching game time.
Here, we’ll look at the three best player props to make across the slate.
The Cowboys are 18-point home favorites against the Texans, who are turning back to quarterback Davis Mills.
The Texans allow the most rushing yards per game this season at 169.1. The Cowboys' offense runs through three players—wide receiver CeeDee Lamb and running backs Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard.
Elliot missed a handful of games between Weeks 7 and 11. Over his last five games (Week 6, 7, 11, 12, and 13), Elliott has scored in every game and has seven total rushing touchdowns.
He’s averaging over 15 carries per game, and in this matchup, he should easily find the end zone.
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Yeah, we’re doubling up on the Cowboys' running backs here, and it’s hard not to.
Pollard is coming off a Week 13 game where he had over 90 yards on 12 carries, averaging 7.6 yards per carry.
He also had two rushing touchdowns and sees a few targets per game.
This is truly a two-headed backfield, and they both have an incredible matchup at home against the cushiest run defense as 18-point favorites.
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This could be considered lazy analysis, but Hockenson, for the first time, is headed back to Ford Field to take on the team that drafted him, the Detroit Lions.
Since joining the Vikings, he’s averaging less than 50 yards per game but also seeing more than seven targets.
He’s scored just once, in Week 12 on Thanksgiving Day against the New England Patriots. Still, against the Lions, who allow over 400 yards of offense, Hockenson will find the end zone. Guaranteed.
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