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With the Los Angeles Chargers and New York Jets closing out Week 9 on MNF, we now look to Week 10 and TNF.
This week, we have the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears squaring off. The Bears own the Panthers’ 2024 first-round NFL pick, so a win here over the Panthers means even more than adding a “W.”
Below, we’ll examine some of the best props for this matchup.
Going up against a passing defense that allows 256.9 passing yards per game, this is an excellent spot for Young to rack up some offense, but we simply haven’t seen it happen to this point.
This season, Young has gone over 223.5 passing yards just twice—Week 5 (247) and Week 8 (235). He’s thrown for less than 200 yards in three games, including last week. His yards per attempt is a measly 5.4 yards. The Bears have also only let up 236 passing yards over their last three games on average and just 214 in their last game.
Couple all that with this being a short week, and we’ll lean under here.
We took the under on Young’s passing yards, but at +160, taking the over on his passing touchdowns is still a worthwhile bet. For a Same Game Parlay, going in these opposite directions will also net you some nice line value.
Young only has two games where he didn’t for exactly one touchdown, and those games included a zero-touchdown game and a three-touchdown performance, meaning he’s had just one multi-touchdown game. The Bears did allow 2.2 passing touchdowns per game this season and allowed three in their last game despite the low passing yardage total.
The Bears coverage unit has allowed 20 touchdowns this season. They’ve allowed multiple touchdown passes in all but three games this season. Take a chance on Young getting the two scores.
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We’re attacking this game with all Panthers props, this time looking at Young’s No. 1 weapon in Adam Thielen.
Here, we’ll bank on him scoring a touchdown while getting a +145 line value.
Thielen is far and away the No. 1 option for Young. He has 76 targets, 62 receptions, 610 yards, and four scores.
The next closest player in targets is Jonathan Mingo with 37, 20 receptions, 200 yards, and no touchdowns.
The Bears allow 13 receptions on 19 targets for 146.67 yards and 1.11 touchdowns per game to opposing wide receivers this season.
Look for Thielen to have a massive day.
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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