As we dive into Week 15 of the NFL season, below are the three best prop bets to make for the slate.
Let’s dive in.
Dobbins returned to the Ravens last week after missing several weeks and immediately got the starting role. On his 15 carries, 30% of them went for either a touchdown or a first down.
With Huntley back in the lineup, we can expect another run-heavy offensive attack from the Ravens here, especially against a Browns defense that allows over 128 rushing yards per game.
Dobbins averaged eight yards per carry last week and broke out in a big way.
At +195, it’s hard not to take a chance on the No. 1 running back for a run-heavy team against a vulnerable run defense.
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Coming into Week 15, Smith has back-to-back games with a touchdown. He had 102 receiving yards in Week 13 and 64 in Week 14.
Smith has also not had less than eight targets in a game since Week 9.
This week, Smith faces a Bears defense with two starting outside cornerbacks, Jaylon Johnson and Kyler Gordon, that have allowed four touchdowns and over 900 receiving yards.
Smith’s hot streak will continue here against a porous Bears coverage unit.
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Schultz is coming off a 10-target, six-reception game last week, and this week, against the Jaguars, he has a prime matchup.
This week, Schultz will primarily match up with linebacker Devin Lloyd.
Lloyd has allowed 58 of his 68 targets to be caught. He’s allowed nearly 600 yards and three touchdowns.
The Jaguars allow over 250 passing yards per game as a team, and Schultz has a fantastic matchup.
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