Grinding through a season-long fantasy football campaign is fun. But every once in a while, a fun distraction is good. Particularly if you can win some cash. Our NFL Player Prop Bets Week 7 will help you find some potentially lucrative payoffs this weekend.
In addition to rooting for your players, rooting for props increases the fun. The fact that just one or two of these hits results in some nice payoffs is even better!
Here are some of the NFL Player Props Week 7 that we’ll be targeting.
All lines courtesy of DraftKings.
Zach Wilson (QB) New York Jets 1TD +650
Wilson has the ability to find the endzone, scoring six TDs in 16 career games. Last week was the first time this season he failed to score. This is a particularly good matchup in the red zone for him because it’s unlikely he scores through the air. The Broncos do not allow passing TDs often and Wilson has only thrown one this season. If he scores it will be on the ground.
Mike Boone (RB) Denver Broncos 1TD +380
Boone has the longest odds to score of the three Broncos’ running backs. We don’t know how touches will be handed out this week, but Boone was the RB2 last week based on snaps and touches. He may be the RB1 and he may be the RB3. Those are dice worth rolling on a TD.
Kyle Juszczyk (RB) San Francico 49ers 1TD +750
Juszczyk is one of the most talented fullbacks in the league. He sees plenty of targets and carries in the red zone. Over the past two seasons, he scored eight TDs. He has one so far this season and will find the end zone a few more times. However, you should throw some money down on him this week because it will be a tougher call once CMC is a full go in San Francisco.
DeeJay Dallas (RB) Seattle Seahawks 1TD +600
Dallas is going to have a role in this offense despite being the clear RB2. His strengths are pass-catching and down near the goal line. The odds are favorable enough here that you can throw a few dollars on him.
Wan’dale Robinson (WR) New York Giants 1TD +380
You won’t see odds this good for Robinson again this season. He will get more and more involved in the Giants’ offense and will develop into their clear WR1. His TD last week will likely be the first of many. A pair of scores bet would pay back a massive +4000.
Shi Smith (WR) Carolina Panthers 1TD +450
Carolina’s offense is in shambles after trading away Robbie Anderson and Christian McCaffrey this week. Now defenses can completely key in on D.J. Moore. Odds are the Panthers will score at least a few more TDs this season, so we need to find someone whom we think might score some. The pick here is Smith. However, if you want to roll the dice on Terrace Marshall or a TE, by all means, do so.
Marcedes Lewis (TE) Green Bay Packers 1TD +1400
Lewis sees very few targets, but when he does they are usually in the end zone. He only has one catch this year, but it was for a TD. However, he is on the field for 37 percent of snaps and runs sneaky routes in the end zone. With Randall Cobb out, he is more likely to leak out for an underneath TD pass.
Kylen Granson (TE) Indianapolis Colts 1TD +425
The Colts use three TDs. It’s almost impossible to predict which one is going to have the big week. Nonetheless, Granson leads the group in targets and receptions and has the longest odds. He’s yet to score a TD but has had opportunities.
Brevin Jordan (TE) Houston Texans 1TD +450
Jordan is back this week after getting hurt early in Week 2. He should slide in as the TE1 in Houston. His proven ability and upside make him a sneaky good bet with his odds up so high because he’s been forgotten about.
Aaron Rodgers (QB) Green Bay Packers OVER 232.5 (-115)
Rodgers has been bad this year, but this is a low number against the Commanders. He has topped this number four of the last five weeks against better defenses than Washington’s. That includes games when he topped 250 yards against New England and Tampa Bay
Tony Pollard (RB) Dallas Cowboys OVER 34.5 (-130)
Pollard takes on the Lions this week. It wouldn’t be surprising if he had two carries that for more than this line. The matchup and Pollard’s big play ability make this an easy pick. Also, Detroit has allowed their opponent’s RB2 to rush for 20-plus yards in four of their five games And none of those backups were as talented as Pollard.
Alec Pierce (WR) Indianapolis Colts OVER 43.5 (-115)
The Titans have given up the ninth-most receiving yards to wideouts this season and they’ve had their bye week. Tennessee allows the most passing yards per game in the league and Pierce gets to play them this week. Excluding Week 1 when he didn’t catch a pass or play much, Pierce has topped this number in every game this season. Also, the last time he played the Titans he posted an 80-yard game. Conversely, this line is oddly low.