NFL Player Prop Bets Week 6

NFL TD and Player Props to consider in Week 6

New York Giants QB Daniel Jones

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Here are some of the NFL Player Props Week 6 that we’ll be targeting.

All lines courtesy of DraftKings.


Touchdown Props

Zach Wilson (QB) New York Jets 1TD +700 

These are great odds for a quarterback as mobile as Wilson. He has six TDs in 15 career games and two
this season, one in each game he’s played. He’s a good bet to score a TD and those odds on two TDs are
enticing this week at +7000.

Tyrion Davis-Price (RB) San Francisco 49ers 1TD +1000

Davis-Price is expected to return this week and last we saw him he had a 14-carry game. In that game,
Jeff Wilson saw 18 carries so it was nearly a full time-split. If TDP plays he has a great opportunity to
score a TD. Way better than the odds are indicating. If he does end up being inactive, the bet is canceled,
and you consider him for next week.

Alec Ingold (RB) Miami Dolphins 1TD +1600

Going back to the well here. Ingold gets carries when the Dolphins are inside the five. He’s going to score a few TDs this year and these odds are too good to pass up. He should be bet on every week until he scores if his role stays the same and his odds stay this high.

Deejay Dallas (RB) Seattle Seahawks 1TD +320

Dallas has a chance to have a much larger role in this offense than many are anticipating. With Rashaad
Penny and Travis Homer sidelined, Dallas has a real shot to push double-digit touches and goal-line
receiving opportunities.

Skyy Moore (WR) Kansas City Chiefs 1TD +700 2TD +7000

Moore has seen his snaps rise every week since Week 2 and the Chiefs are starting to find ways to get
him the ball in space. He has a good chance to pass Mecole Hardman in snaps this week if the trends
continue. Moore is also a dynamic returner, giving him extra opportunities to score.

Braxton Berrios (WR) New York Jets 1TD +850

Like Moore, Berrios also has the added bonus of being a returned. The Jets also try to find creative ways
to get him the ball and use him in the red zone. He already has a rushing TD this season and the recent
trend of creative play calling and trick plays from the Jets makes him an interesting option.

James Proche (WR) Baltimore Ravens 1TD +700

With Rashad Bateman out, there has to be a chance that a wide receiver not named Devin Duvernay
gets some targets. Proche and Demarcus Robinson both saw two targets last week, however, Proche’s
odds make him much more intriguing. This is absolutely a dart throw, but he’s going to be out there
running routes with limited mouths to feed.

Mike Thomas (WR) Cincinnati Bengals 1TD +295, 2TD +2500

Thomas becomes interesting assuming Tee Higgins is sidelined. Whenever a wideout goes down in
Cincinnati, Thomas is the next man up. However, if Higgins is active, this bet should be canceled. When he’s
out there, QB Joe Burrow does look his way and he runs routes in the red zone. He doesn’t have a TD yet this
year but did have one called back on a penalty.

Zach Gentry (TE) Pittsburgh Steelers 1TD +285

Pat Freiermuth has been ruled out this week and Gentry is a big body that’s going to get opportunities. After
Freiermuth got hurt last week, Gentry stepped in and saw six targets. It’s also a good matchup against
the Bucs who have been exploited by tight ends this year and very tough on everyone else.

Adam Trautman (TE) New Orleans Saints 1TD +800

As long as Andy Dalton is starting, which he is this week, Trautman becomes an interesting prop bet
option. Jameis Winston clearly favors Juwan Johnson at tight end. But Trautman has seen his targets and
snaps jump up significantly with Dalton under center. One of those targets went for a TD just last week.

Passing Props

Daniel Jones Over 204.5

This is a low number for a matchup against the worst pass defense in the league. So far this season, the
The Ravens are giving up a ridiculous 290.2 yards per game, which is the most in the league. Even a below-
average performance from Jones should net him more than 205 yards.

Rushing Props

Eno Benjamin Over 61.5

Benjamin is the last running back standing in Arizona and the matchup this week is as good as it gets.
The Seahawks are giving up a league-worst 170.2 rushing yards per game. Conversely, Benjamin is more likely to double that number than fall short.

Receiving Props

Jakobi Meyer Over 50.5

Meyers has played three games this season and in those three games, he’s posted 55, 95, and 111
receiving yards. Also, Meyers has seen nine targets a game this season. They are force-feeding him the ball
because he’s their only decent option at wideout. Meyers should be able to hit this mark with ease.



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