Week 5 NFL Player Prop Bets To Target

The significance between fantasy football and NFL prop bet investigation that is weekly continues to amaze. You will find edges to be found if you know where to look, while the book will not have the benefit of the juice.
Jameis Winston vs??Saints
We could all admit, Winston is a NFL quarterback that is flawed. In addition, we dont need him to acquire a ball match to us but rather hit at a certain statistical threshold. Over his past two matches, Winston has averaged 382.5 pass yards per game against the Rams and Giants, respectively. This weekend, he confronts a Saints pass protection that has allowed nearly 295 passing yards over its three and the second-most dream points per game to opposing quarterbacks. Given??just how much Tampa Bay leans about the pass along with the development of Chris Godwin reverse Mike Evans, Winston might be in for yards. While 312 reaches -105 and 322 at +110 his 302 + is -118, but I wouldnt get too greedy.
Teddy Bridgewater vs??Buccaneers
That is exactly what you Want to know about the pass defense of Tampa:
Pass Yards Allowed Per Game: 318.2
3 Games: 371.7
Game: 491.0
It isnt getting better with age. Its also evident that if Bridgewater can not create the Saints pass offense work, he can never grow into a pocket passer. However, in this matchup, one has to think he could hit certain thresholds which dont take a whole lot of vig. BetOnline has Bridgewater 221+??pass metres at -116??along with 231+??yards at +102. When you consider a hobbled Cam Newton, whose optimism seemed to be pumped from his body, handed against the Bucs a couple of weeks ago, this looks feasible.
Tom Brady vs??Redskins
When the Pats -15??before their??short week is a lot of factors to lay, take a look at Bradys Week 5 props. Opposing quarterbacks are finishing greater than 80 percent??of their passes against Washingtons secondary within the last 3 games and 77.7% over the season. The 25.5 pass completions allowed per match by theSkins positions 26th??and with Brady 24+ completions in -125??and 25+ in -102, there is reason to believe from the Patriots quarterback who appears to bounce back following an unsuccessful Week 4 in Buffalo.
David Johnson vs??Bengals
There are a couple of strategies to look at Johnsons matchup. To begin with, hes caught more or six moves in three of his four matches. The Bengals defense only enabled James Conner to haul in eight passes (on eight targets) for 83 yards. 49ers pass-catching running Raheem Mostert grabbed three passes for 68 yards. While I think Johnson is an superb candidate for aanytime touchdown, his character from the Cardinals passing game is becoming more defined. Together with the Cardinals offensive lines envy, Kyler Murray wants a few quick-hit goals. So, I believe Johnson 45+ receiving yards (-118) or 55+ receiving yards (+119) have some charm against the porous Bengals defense.
Mark Ingram vs??Steelers
Somewhat lost in Lamar Jacksons beginning to his sophomore season is the fact that Mark Ingram is averaging 6.0 yards per carry. After a long stint with the Saints, Ingram longer need to talk about a workload using Alvin Kamara??however is currently making the most of his chances alongside a quarterback. The Bengals offense appeared confused and dazed and running back Joe Mixon finished with 62 yards. Ingram will be -115??to complete at more or 83 using +131 and 73 rush yards. Ingrams averaging 82 rush yards per game against the Chiefs and Dolphins, the leagues two guards — with two matches of 100 or even more rush yards. The Steelers are 11th-worst.
Adam Thielen vs??Giants
Following their most recent spat, it appears all is good between Kirk Cousins and Adam Thielen. The new-found camaraderie and the truth that Pro Football Focus thinks Thielens matchup from the Giants secondary is the most favorable that weekend??has me crawling back to the prop record of the receiver. New York enables the dream points into opposing wide receivers and the 71 receiving yards in -115 of Thielen appears to be a deal. Remember, he also caught three passes for 55 yards against the Raiders from halftime, but finished with three receptions for 55 yards. I really dont feel that happens. Ignoring the Redskins game the previous 2 WR1 vs??NYG??posted eight receptions for 190 yards and seven receptions.
Tyler Eifert vs??Cardinals
The Cardinals cant quit opposing ends. Whereas the next-closest defense enables 19 arizona allows almost 27 fantasy points per game to this place. Start looking to target Eifert this week, with John Ross landing on injured reserve. His 51+ receiving yards at +146 and 5+ receptions at +175 having a dab of anytime touchdown appear ideal.

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