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NFL Week 6 Player Prop Bets: Our expert picks out the best Player Prop lines for Week 6 of the 2017 NFL season

Marcas Brennan 14 Oct 2017

Another four winners for Marcas Brennan last week saw his hot streak continue and the player props expert is on hand to tell us what players should excel on Sunday night.

CJ Anderson over 83.5 rushing yards @ 5/6 with Paddy Power


It’s the late game and with work on the horizon Monday morning, one would not blame many for traipsing upstairs to the cot. But the best bet of the weekend is worth staying up for as C.J. Anderson looks set to run riot for the Denver Broncos. It will be a major surprise to not see Anderson within touching distance of 100 yards. In three of the four games played to date, Anderson has had more than 20 rushes, the only blight came when they were forced to chase the game in Buffalo. Also this is played in Mile High Stadium where his stats read 81, 118 and 95 yards per game. The final confirmation that this is banker material is that the porous Giants run defence is conceding 4.7 yards per attempt. Ben McAdoo’s team are in a slump and Anderson will ensure that continues.

Todd Gurley over 108.5 rushing and receiving yards @ 5/6 with Paddy Power

Todd Gurley first touchdown scorer @ 7/1 with Bet365


Staying with running backs, I’m expecting the Rams to utilize Todd Gurley as much as possible on Sunday against the Jaguars. Last week they moved away from running the ball with only 14 rushing attempts after two previous wins built on 20+ touches for the dynamic back. This week they face a
Jaguars defence that is excellent against the pass but deplorable against the run. They have conceded over 500 yards to opposing backs for an average 5.4 yards per carry and I expect the Rams to attack them on the ground early and often. This could also see Gurley crossing for the first score of the game.

Julio Jones over 82.5 receiving yards @ 5/6 with Paddy Power


Julio Jones will be quietly disappointed with his stats this season. He was held to just three catches the last day against Buffalo and has surpassed the above total in just two of the four games played to date. However, they are coming off a bye where plenty of work would have been done on building up that understanding with quarterback Matt Ryan for Sunday. Miami have struggled against number one receivers with Michael Thomas, Robby Anderson and Keenan Allen all surpassing the above total. The last time the Dolphins faced Jones, he blitzed them for 113 yards and I anticipate a similar line on Sunday night.

Matthew Stafford over 273.5 passing yards @ 5/6 with Paddy Power


The clash of the New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions is sure to be a high scoring affair. Both teams’ strengths lie on offence and they possess quarterbacks who have no problem with taking on defences through the air. I expect that to be the theme of the night in the Superdome and more so
because the Saints have yet to convince me they have a competent defence. Stafford is having an excellent season with just one interception thrown in five games. He also has enjoyed playing against the New Orleans in recent outings, having surpassed the above total in three of their last four clashes.

Will Fuller IV over 42.5 receiving yards @ 5/6 with Paddy Power


Will Fuller has slotted seamlessly into the Texans offence after returning from suspension and he has become an excellent red zone target for Deshaun Watson. He has four touchdowns in two games and I anticipate Sunday will be the night when he breaks out on the yardage front. He averaged 45 yards per game in 2016 but that was with a much lesser QB and he should be well in tune with the rookie gunslinger, who has given the Texans a new lease of life on offence. The Browns possess a terrible pass defence with their corners in particular struggling to cover opposing wide outs.

DeSean Jackson over 53.5 receiving yards @ 5/6 with Paddy Power


It finally looked like DeSean Jackson is on the same wave length as quarterback Jameis Winston. Last week he was a major factor in their offence with five catches for 104 yards and there are no doubts he is being targeted more by the franchise QB. This week I’m expecting Jackson to be targeted on at least 8 occasions as Mike Evans will be locked up by cover man Patrick Peterson. The Cardinals weakness lies on the opposite side of the field and the deep ball, something which Jackson can exploit in what should be a high scoring affair.


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