We have now hit four of five in our picks two weeks in a row! If you’ve been playing with insurance, we helped you win some cash! As always, the goal is five this week. This is a Club Fantasy roundtable, with various staff members giving you their favorite prop bets. On Underdog, you can combine prop bets into two, three, four, or five pick parlays with increasing payouts. Hitting five of five pays 20x your buy-in or 10x with insurance. With all that said, here are our favorite Week 3 NFL Player Props.
Note: Underdog occasionally changes their props throughout the week. So, while we try, the information in the article may not be perfect. The advice certainly won’t be, lol. If the Prop changed before the article went live, I noted it.
Week 4 NFL Player Props
Ryan Weisse – Mark Andrews UNDER 50.5 Receiving Yards (Went Down)
The Browns are allowing the fewest yards to both QBs and TEs so far this season. That spells disaster for Lamar Jackson and Mark Andrews. In fact, I would not play any Raven against the Browns in fantasy this week. Looking specifically at Andrews, he hasn’t hit 50 yards once this season, and the Browns have only allowed 26 combined yards to every TE they’ve faced in three games.
Josh Hudson – Ryan Tannehill UNDER 195.5 Passing Yards (Went Up)
CIN is allowing 220 passing yards per game on the season. Tannehill is coming off a 104-passing-yard performance against CLE. Twice this season, Tannehill has been below 200 yards passing. And if we’re being honest, Tannehill has looked abysmal to begin this season. CLE brought the pressure against TEN last week to the tune of five sacks. CIN got to Rams’ QB Matt Stafford six times. With pressure in his face all game long, expect Tannehill to struggle again on Sunday.
Josh Hudson – Kyle Pitts OVER 3.0 receptions (London Kickoff, 9:30a EST)
If not now, when?! Pitts has three career TD receptions, and his first came in London. Pitts’ scoring is a lock. But here’s why over three receptions should also be a lock. Pitts is running 59.8% of his routes from the slot, and seven of his nine receptions have come on those routes. Jacksonville is allowing five receptions a game to TEs and almost 10 fantasy points a game to TEs…out of the slot. IT’S HAPPENING, PEOPLE!
Austin Amandolia – Joe Burrow OVER 265.5 Passing Yards
The Tennessee Titans are quickly becoming the pass defense to pick on, giving up an average of 300 passing yards per game to opposing quarterbacks. And it’s not like they’ve been playing all the elite quarterbacks. Sure, one of those games was against Justin Herbert, but the other two came against Derek Carr and Deshaun Watson. Even dealing with a calf injury, Joe Burrow is at least as good of a passing quarterback as those two. Plus, he is now off the injury report and ready for a get-right game against a soft Tennessee secondary.
Tootsiepop6- Kirk Cousins OVER 283.5 Passing Yards (Went Down)
Kirk Cousins is averaging 358.3 passing yards per game so far this season. This is up from last year’s average of 267.5 yards per game. With the Minnesota Vikings unable to establish a consistent run game with running back Alexander Mattison, they have turned to passing a lot more. The Vikings have a talented receiving corps in Jefferson, Addison, Osborn, and Hockenson, so I expect the passing attack to continue in this game.
And here is my betting slip to show I put my money where our mouths are! Good luck!