With Week 9 of the NFL season underway, it’s time to look at more single-player props for the week ahead that could win you some money and perhaps help with fantasy football lineups.
Let’s dive in.
The Lions traded away tight end T.J. Hockenson to the Minnesota Vikings at the trade deadline, giving them one less receiving option this week against the Packers.
The Packers are 3.5-point road favorites, so it’s looking good for the Packers to stay in control of this game.
They lost the Buffalo Bills last week but played a solid second half and were able to get the running game going despite the Bills’ success against the run.
Jones ran for over 140 yards last week, and this week he gets a Lions team that allows 154.9 rushing yards per game without a top weapon, and the Packers should be leading.
The headline all season is the Packers receiving core, and they didn’t make a move at the deadline, so this game has Jones written all over it.
Look for him to finish closer to 100 yards this week.
Mariota hasn’t been known this season for throwing two touchdowns in a single game, just once between Week 1 and 5.
However, he’s accomplished that twice over the past three weeks, throwing for two against the San Francisco 49ers and three against the Carolina Panthers.
The Chargers have dealt with injuries in their secondary, and the players there haven’t quite lived up to their preseason billing.
That said, the Chargers' offense, despite injuries to wide receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, may still be able to move the ball a bit.
Either way, the receivers for the Falcons have great matchups this week, as the Falcons rushing attack has just been OK this season.
Cordarrelle Patterson could be back in the lineup after getting designated to return, and he helps out in the passing game.
At +190, don’t miss out on this one.
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With Christian McCaffrey getting dealt from the Panthers to the San Francisco 49ers, the Panthers offense seems to have shifted a bit, allowing for quarterback P.J. Walker to throw a bit more.
While Walker isn’t winning any passing titles, his 22 attempts in Week 7 and 36 (including overtime) in Week 8 have made defenses play back a bit more and they’ve also found success running the ball with D’Onta Foreman who had three scores last week.
On the road against the Bengals, the Panthers are 7.5-point road dogs and should be trailing from behind based on that spread.
The Bengals are without their best cornerback Chidobe Awuzie as he tore his ACL last week and this puts Moore in an excellent spot to excel.
Since McCaffrey was dealt, Moore has seen double-digit targets in back-to-back games and has scored in each.
That should continue in this one.
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Ehlinger made his NFL debut last week against the Washington Commanders, completing 17 of 23 passes for 201 yards.
According to Pro Football Focus, Ehlinger had two turnover-worthy plays in that game and took two sacks.
His longest completion of the night was a 47-yard pass to Alec Pierce.
Against the Patriots, Ehlinger will have to deal with cornerback Jonathan Jones who’s played well this season, as well as rookie Jack Jones.
Pierce does have a good matchup with Jalen Mills, though.
While the Patriots could not put the Chicago Bears and quarterback Justin Fields away, Ehlinger is facing an uphill battle with running back Nyheim Hines getting traded to the Buffalo Bills and Jonathan Taylor missing practice due to an ankle injury.
Based on his 23 attempts and three going from 20+ yards, Ehlinger may only have a chance or two to get this 35.5-yard completion, and we’ll bet against that.
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