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Best TNF Prop Bets Tonight Week 7

NFL Week 7 TNF Prop Bets

Here we are, yet another Thursday Night Football game on Amazon.

This week, we have the Arizona Cardinals hosting the New Orleans Saints. Both teams are dealing with injuries to key players. Still, the Cardinals are getting back a massive part of their offense: Wide receivroer DeAndre Hopkins.

After missing the first six weeks of the season, will the return of Hopkins be what the Cardinals need to re-ignite their offensive flame?

Here, we’re looking at three player props, all on the Cardinals' side. Let’s dive in.

Arizona Cardinals vs. New Orleans Saints: Best Prop Bets

Kyler Murray Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-125) at DraftKings

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This season, Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has just six passing touchdowns—he’s averaging just one per week.

He did have two in Weeks 1 and 4, and this week he has a great matchup, but the reliable receiving options are decreasing.

Sure, he’ll have Hopkins back in this one. If anyone scores a touchdown through the air this week, it’s likely him. The Saints are without cornerback Marshon Lattimore. While it’s easy to say they should double-team Hopkins, the Cardinals have enough speed threats, including the newly-acquired Robbie Anderson, to keep the opposition honest.

Anderson likely won’t play a huge role, but he has speed, and it can be easy to design a few deep plays to try and limit the double-team coverage on Hopkins.

Also, fellow wide receiver Marquise Brown will miss some time with a foot injury, so he’s out of the lineup.

The ever-so-reliable tight end Zach Ertz has been a top target for Murray. Still, he’ll have a tough matchup this week against Saints linebacker Demario Davis.

This game will come down to how well Murray can run and get the ball to Hopkins.

Sure, he’ll get a single passing touchdown, but he’ll find a lot of production running with the ball.

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Kyler Murray Under 0.5 Interceptions (-110) at DraftKings

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Despite how bad the Cardinals have been to start the year, Murray has just four interceptions. That said, according to Pro Football Focus, he has nine turnover-worthy plays, which is definitely a cause for concern.

However, as mentioned, Murray will look to run more in this game. With Brown and Hopkins in, we could see a much more conservative passing attack downfield outside of passes to Hopkins. Anderson isn’t going to be ready, and A.J. Green and Rondale Moore aren’t exactly catching deep passes.

The number of opportunities for those turnovers could be somewhat limited here. A stat line of 220-240 passing yards and one touchdown through the air seems likely, with more to come on the ground.

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Zach Ertz Under 47.5 Receiving Yards (-110) at BetMGM

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If you play fantasy football, you’ll know Ertz has been excellent for PPR leagues. Since Week 1, he’s had fewer than six catches in a game, but the yardage has been relatively tame.

After posting 75 yards in Week 2, Ertz did not exceed 48 yards until Week 6, where he had 70 on seven catches.

Against the Saints, he’ll take on Davis, as previously mentioned.

This season, receivers matching up against Davis have seen just 16 targets, and he’s only allowed 100 yards all year.

Ertz is in a good spot with Brown out, but the matchup, mixed with the pass rush of the Saints, could make Ertz somewhat of an outcast in this one. He’s still too good to post a goose egg, but a three-catch, 30-yard day wouldn’t be surprising, especially with Hopkins back in the fold and Murray wanting to run more.

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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.

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