NFL Prop Bets To Consider In Week 11
Some Fitzmagic could be in the works on Sunday
The following props and odds can be found on DraftKings!
Ryan Fitzpatrick OVER 209.5 Passing Yards (-112)
At this point in his career, you know what you’re going to get out of Fitzpatrick, who essentially has a revenge game every week due to the number of teams he’s played for. He was just named Miami’s starting quarterback for the remainder of the season after guiding the rebuilding team to two straight victories and has thrown the ball 35, 34, 36 and 33 times, respectively, over his past four contests. He went 23-for-35 for 282 yards, a touchdown and an interception against the Bills earlier this season and has a decent chance to improve upon that performance in Miami.
Josh Jacobs To Score A Touchdown (-265)
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist or an NFL coach to know what the Raiders will plan to do on offense against the Bengals. Cincinnati has been mindblowingly awful against the run this season (league-high 173 rushing yards per game allowed). The next-worst team, Kansas City, has allowed 24.9 fewer rushing yards per contest than them. That means Jacobs will get touches early and often, and since he’s one of the few workhorse backs in the league, could see upwards of 30 touches if the Raiders get out to a lead.
Marquise Brown OVER 57.5 Receiving Yards (-112)
Brown has been a steady deep threat for Lamar Jackson and is coming off of a four-catch, 80-yard performance that included a touchdown last week. If you think the Texans can hang with the Ravens, Brown’s role is solidified, and his connection with Jackson is clear. While the rookie has only 28 just passes this season, his 16.2 yards per catch shows off his explosiveness. All it takes is one second of broken coverage and Brown could be off to the races, making this bet even more appealing.
Mike Gesicki OVER 28.5 Receiving Yards (-112)
Gesicki let everyone down last week, catching three-of-six targets for 28 yards against the Colts. Since Miami’s receiving corps is depleted and DeVante Parker (who saw 10 targets last week) will likely have to deal with Bills corner Tre’Davious White on the outside, Gesicki could see additional targets in this contest and could easily amass 29 yards on one or two catches.