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With Week 9 in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to dive into Week 10, looking at some early-week prop bets.
Below, we have three of the best early-in-the-week props that are available for this upcoming slate.
Heading into Week 10, Panthers quarterback Bryce Young has exactly one passing touchdown in all but two games this season—Week 4 with zero and Week 5 with three.
This week, he’ll take on the Bears defense on Thursday Night Football, which allows 2.2 passing touchdowns and 26.9 points per game. The Bears also allowed three passing touchdowns in their last game.
The Bears coverage unit has allowed an eye-popping 20 touchdowns this season and also allows a reception rate of 74.5%.
Young has struggled this season as a rookie, but if there was ever a team to get two passing touchdowns against, it’s the Bears on a short week.
Headed to Germany, where both teams have played, we have a line of 7.5 on the total points in the first quarter.
This season, the Colts averaged five points per first quarter and seven over the last three games. For the Patriots, they average 2.6, but have elevated that to 5.7 over the past three games. In terms of defense, the Colts allow 5.8 points per game in the first quarter, and the Patriots are up to 5.4.
Neither team has a particularly strong defense, and the jet lag from the travel could slow down each defense, too.
The Browns and Ravens defenses will be squaring off in Week 10. The Ravens allow 13.8 points per game, and the Browns are at 17.4. These are both inside the top three in terms of the least points allowed.
However, wide receivers perform fairly well against the Browns. This season, the Browns have allowed 69 receptions on 135 targets for 970 yards (14.06 average) and five touchdowns.
The reception rate isn’t great, but they’ve allowed four touchdowns to the position over the past three weeks.
For Flowers, he leads the team in targets (60), and receptions (45), and is second in yards (472) but doesn’t have many touchdowns (one).
Flowers will likely see plenty of Denzel Ward in this one. He’s allowed three touchdowns, 348 yards, and 23 receptions on 45 targets.
He’s got a great opportunity at home here to get back into the end zone.
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.More info on Richard Janvrin
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