Week 7 is a great time to make some single-player prop bets, and below, we have four of the best to choose from, including two from the Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers showdown.
Let’s dive in.
On the road against the Carson Wentz-less Washington Commanders, the Packers are north of a four-point road favorite.
Here, we’re looking at Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his pass completions.
The story of the season has been the lack of weapons on the Packers, but so far this year, Rodgers has completed more than 22.5 passes in three of his last four games.
With the Commanders as favorites, we could see plenty of Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon running the ball, but the Commanders' secondary, minus safety Kamren Curl, allows for opportunities to complete passes to Romeo Doubs, Allen Lazard and tight end Robert Tonyan.
While Rodgers is talented enough to complete these passes to them alone, we also have to factor in Rodgers completing passes to Jones and Dillon as an extension of the run game.
The Packers should win this game, but each week, the Packers are looking to get their passing game going, and the only thing that helps with that is reps, and this is a great matchup to do so.
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Brady has thrown for exactly one touchdown in every game except Week 4 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Buccaneers are coming off a rough loss on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers, in which they were 10-point favorites.
This week, going up against the Panthers, the Buccaneers could have some trouble up front with their pass rush, but their receivers have excellent matchups against this Panthers' secondary.
We saw Chris Godwin return last week in a big way with six catches for 95 yards.
This game is a great opportunity for Brady to utilize his weapons, including running back Leonard Fournette, and bounce back after a brutal loss in Week 6.
Plus, any time you can get Brady at +165 to go over 2.5 passing touchdowns, regardless of how he’s performed as of late, you take it.
Sticking with the Panthers and Buccaneers game, we’re going to look at the starting quarterback of the Panthers, P.J. Walker.
Starting in place of the injured Baker Mayfield, Walker isn’t a massive threat by any means, but getting +160 with the under 0.5 interceptions is an exciting prop to get.
In Week 6 against the Los Angeles Rams, Walker completed just 10 passes for 60 yards and no touchdowns or interceptions.
Of course, going against the Buccaneers, there’s plenty of opportunity for turnovers, but the Panthers' offense will be even worse than expected if they rely on the arm of Walker.
So, the fewer times you throw, the fewer opportunities you have for turning it over.
Thus, we’ll take the under here due to a projected lack of passing attempts.
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On the road against the Cincinnati Bengals, we’re looking at Mariota to throw for at least 190 passing yards, something he’s done in just three games this year.
However, with a lack of a rushing attack other than himself really, Mariota will need to throw to keep up with a potent Bengals offense.
Thankfully, Mariota has some solid options in tight end Kyle Pitts and wide receiver Drake London.
In addition to them, we can’t discount having solid other receivers like Olamide Zaccheaus and KhaDarel Hodge, too.
The Bengals secondary is solid but beatable. If Mariota and the Falcons want to keep up, they’ll need to throw perhaps the most they have this season due to a lack of rushing attack.
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