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The new-era Las Vegas Raiders will host the New York Jets in a Week 10 AFC matchup on Sunday Night Football.
The Raiders lit up the victory cigars after their first game and win of the post-Josh McDaniels era last week, while the Jets were undone by a series of turnovers and self-inflicted wounds on Monday Night Football.
To add to the SNF excitement, we’ve put together a same-game parlay with our favorite betting picks and player props. Let’s see how it looks.
Under 45.5 points
Josh Jacobs 50+ rushing yards
Breece Hall 50+ rushing yards
Garrett Wilson 6+ receptions
The Jets have survived bad quarterback play and are 4-4 despite playing one of the toughest schedules in the NFL. The Raiders are 4-5 but don’t have the trump card that is the Jets’ defense to help carry them over the line. The alternate line of +3.5 allows the Jets to lose by a field goal and still cover the spread, which is a frequent strategy of ours.
The under has been a money-maker this NFL season. At the end of Week 9, the under had hit in 61.5% of all games and was 22-7 in primetime. We also moved this lineup to account for any unforeseen scoring outbursts, but offenses led by Zach Wilson and Aidan O’Connell are unlikely to get into shootouts.
Jacobs has 159 yards rushing and three touchdowns over the last two weeks and ripped off 98 in his first game after McDaniels was fired. He’s also cleared the 50-yard total six times in nine games and is going against a Jets team that, while excellent against the pass and is highly disruptive, allows the third-most rushing yards per game (137.3).
Hall is a crutch for the Jets’ offense because of their ineffectiveness in most situations. He gained exactly 50 yards last week and has gone over this total in three of the last five weeks and in half of games this season. The Raiders allow the second-most rushing yards per game (138.7), and this style of game should lead to both teams running the ball knowing their best option is to play it safe instead of taking risks.
Wilson’s touches have increased recently as the team has made a concerted effort to get the ball into his hands. He caught seven, seven, and eight passes in the last three weeks and has grabbed at least six balls in four of his last five games. He also received an average of 11.8 targets during that stretch and should be heavily involved in screens, short passes, and quick hitters, especially with how the offense has struggled recently.
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