NFL Player Props for Week 10 – This Week’s Best NFL Player Prop Bets

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Philip Rivers Throws for Over 263 Yards (-114)

The Tennessee Titans are giving up 403.9 total yards per game which includes 284.8 passing yards per game. Colts QB Philip Rivers is throwing for 263 yards per game and is in a prime position to have a strong performance on Thursday.

On the season, Rivers has thrown for more than 260 yards three times this season including two of his last three games. I expect Rivers to crack that mark in this matchup as well and to make up for that embarrassing tackle attempt against the Ravens.

Derrick Henry Over 80 Rushing Yards (-140)

This is the biggest matchup in the game as the #1 rush defense in the Indianapolis Colts goes against one of the best running backs in the league in Derrick Henry.

The Colts allow just 83.6 rushing yards per game, while Henry is averaging 105 rushing ypg. Henry has been held to under 80 yards in three of his eight games this year including two of the last three contests.

Furthermore, in his last eight games against the Colts, Henry has averaged 72.9 rushing yards per game. However, Henry put up 224 rushing yards and 2 rushing TDs in the two matchups versus Indy last year.

Jordan Wilkins Over 34 Rushing Yards (-115)

Over the last few weeks, Jordan Wilkins has established himself as one of the main running backs for the Colts as Jonathan Taylor has been struggling some over the last month.

In the last two games, Wilkins has gone over this mark twice as he has averaged 64 yards per game. In the five games where he’s had more than one carry, Wilkins has gone over 34 yards four times.

In four career games against the Titans, Wilkins has averaged 44.3 rushing yards per game.

The Titans allow 119.1 rushing yards per game this season and I expect both Wilkins and Taylor to have decent performances on Thursday.

Travis Fulgham Over 64 Yards Receiving (-115)

Since Fulgham has become a starter, he has gone over 64 receiving yards in four straight games. His lowest total was 57 yards in his first start against the 49ers. And he did that on just two receptions.

Since then, Fulgham has had at least five receptions per game. In fact over the last four games, Fulgham has averaged 10.25 targets, 6.75 receptions, and 94.5 yards per game. For the season, he’s averaging 87 receiving yards per game.

In the first matchup against the Giants this year, Fulgham had five catches for 73 yards. It was a poor performance for QB Carson Wentz who struggled most of the game.

With the Philadelphia Eagles coming off a Bye, and getting key players back on offense, I expect Fulgham to easily surpass the 64 yard mark.

Carson Wentz Over 15 Rushing Yards (-115)

Over the last six games, Wentz has run the ball at least four times in each game. In four of those games, he easily went over 15 rushing yards. During that stretch, Wentz is averaging 32 rushing yards per game. For the season, he’s averaging 25.2 rushing ypg.

In the first matchup against the Giants this season, Wentz only rushed for 14 yards. I believe he will go over that mark this week. In his last eight games against the Giants, Wentz has rushed for at least 14 yards in five of them.

Leonard Fournette Over 20 Receiving Yards (-115)

In the first game against Carolina, Leonard Fournette rushed for 103 yards, which was his best performance of the season so far. However, he did that with Jones in the doghouse.

Over the last month, Fournette has become the passing down back and has seen more touches than Jones due to game script and Jones fumbling.

In his last three games, Fournette has had 19 or more receiving yards in all of them. Furthermore, he’s averaged 35.7 receiving yards per game during that stretch.

Tom Brady Under 287 Passing Yards (-115)

In his first eight games of the season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady has gone over this mark just three times. In fact, he has gone Under 287 yards in four of the last five games this year.

In his first contest against the Panthers, Brady threw for just 217 yards. I can see a similar performance this year as Carolina is allowing just 235.7 passing ypg. Their weakness is allowing 115 rushing ypg.

For his career, Brady has averaged just 247 passing yards per game versus the Panthers.

Look for Brady to flirt with 250 passing yards and 4TDs as the Bucs pound the Panthers on Sunday.

NFL Player Props for Week 10 - This Week's Best NFL Player Prop Bets

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