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In Week 7 of the NFL season, the Green Bay Packers, coming off a bye, will head out on the road to take on the Denver Broncos in a game that’s close to a “pick ‘em” when it comes to sports betting odds.
Beyond the moneyline, spread, and totals, though, there are prop bet markets for us to explore. Below are the three best props bets for this game, including the Packers young signal caller, Jordan Love.
Let’s dive in.
The Broncos have had a miserable 1-5 season to this point, but Sutton has emerged as the pseudo-No. 1 wide receiver option. This season, he’s caught 25 passes on 35 targets for 275 yards and four touchdowns. Through six games, he’s averaging close to six targets and four receptions per game, but we like to have three or fewer here.
This season, Sutton’s had two games with three or fewer receptions against the Chicago Bears and New York Jets.
Facing the Packers, Sutton will see plenty of Rasul Douglas, who’s played quite well in most of his games this season. In Week 5, he allowed two receptions and two pass breakups. This season, he’s allowed four or more receptions in just one game (Week 2), and overall, this Broncos offense is hard to trust, especially coming off a 95-passing-yard performance from their quarterback.
This will be a close call, but take the risk with the +135 line.
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Starting the year red-hot, Love has cooled down mightily since Week 2.
Since then, he has had two touchdown passes and an egregious five interceptions. However, the team is coming off a bye week. They’re facing a Broncos team that allows nearly 25 completions and a league-high 2.3 passing touchdowns per game.
Love has several weapons available, including Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs, Luke Musgrave, Jayden Reed, and so much more. There are numerous matchups he can exploit, including Watson against Damarri Mathis. Mathis has allowed 27 receptions on 36 targets for 261 yards and four touchdowns this year.
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Piggybacking off our point above, Watson has a sensational matchup here. Sure, he’ll see some of Patrick Surtain here, but lining up on the right side, Watson will see his fair share of shots against Mathis. The biggest challenge for Watson here might be his ability not to pull a hamstring or something similar.
Mathis has been one of the worst cornerbacks in the NFL this year, allowing 13.4 yards per reception.
This is a matchup that Watson should crush, especially down the field.
Bombs away for the Love-Watson connection.
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*All statistics courtesy of Pro Football Focus.
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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