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The Steelers rookie running back is going to see his volume of touches in this matchup and I'm not exactly worried about game script. Harris took 19 carries for 93 yards in a 36-10 loss to the Chiefs a few weeks ago and Pittsburgh's only hope to win this game will be in the trenches. Establishing the run will be of paramount importance for this Steelers team and Harris could realistically see 25-30 carries in this contest. Kansas City has allowed 117.6 rushing yards per game this season and based on Harris' projected volume, this is my favorite prop to target.
Tom Brady is MAD after the whole Antonio Brown situation and anger generally brings out the best in him on the field. He threw for 410 yards against the Jets and 326 yards against the Panthers (one and a half of those games was without Brown) and I think he’ll go over 294.5 passing yards against the Eagles. Playoff Tom will be out in full-force and I think he has a Buccaneers-Patriots Super Bowl in the back of his mind. So he’ll be doing his part to make that happen, which I think will result in him hitting this over.
After the Cardinals got off to such a fantastic start to the season, we once again got to see why Kliff Kingsbury is one of the worst NFL head coaches in the 2nd half. This has been his calling card for as long as he's been a coach, even while at Texas Tech. He's 42-20-1 in games 1-7, and a horrendous 17-44 afterwards. I've continually had to downgrade them as they have lost, and their defeat at the hands of the massive underdog Lions was a killer. Matt Stafford does worry me since he generally stinks against good teams, but I'll take my chances with the home team against galaxy brain Kliff.
Since Mixon torched Vegas for 123 rushing yards and two TDs in Week 11, the Raiders have allowed just one running back to eclipse this 91.5 number (Jonathan Taylor with 108 in Week 17) despite facing some talented backfields down the stretch. Meanwhile, Mixon hasn’t topped 65 rushing yards in any of his last five games, averaging just 56.2 rushing yards per game in that span. Ignore the box score from the last time these two teams played and take the under on Mixon’s rushing yards in what should be a pass-heavy contest anyway.
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