Prop It Like It’s Hot – Week 16
Every week, Colby Conway and Bob Lung use the Forecaster Consistency Tool to help you win your Fantasy Football Prop Bets! Follow them @colbyconway and @bob_lung.
If you are looking for some weekly NFL player props, you’ve come to the right place! There are ample player props out there, but Bob Lung and Colby Conway provide their favorite player props to target for this week’s action across the National Football League. The consistency concept can be applied to player props, just like it has for daily fantasy sports and seasonal fantasy football, so find those consistent players to give yourself the best chance of winning some money betting on player props. Make sure to check out the Prop It Like Its Hot podcast for even more player props for this week!
Derrick Henry OVER 105.5 Rushing Yards
Listen, don’t overthink this. Over his last four games against the Texans, Henry has totaled 211, 212, 250, and 219 rushing yards. The Houston defense has been horrendous against the run all season, and they haven’t shown any signs of improvement. Henry is a beast in cold weather, and Houston is one of the worst tackling teams in the league. Is it a high number? Sure. However, Malik Willis is under center, the Texans can’t stop the run, and Tennessee will give Henry all he can handle in this advantageous matchup.
Patrick Mahomes OVER 300.5 Passing Yards
Mahomes has 300+ passing yards in eight of his last nine games, and even without Tyler Lockett, Seattle has enough firepower to put points on the board against the Kansas City defense. Mahomes has averaged 327 passing yards per game at home this season, and we all know the Chiefs will let him air it out as much as he wants. Much like the Henry prop, don’t overthink it.
Mark Andrews OVER 45.5 Receiving Yards
While the past couple of weeks have been down for Andrews, this has helped dropped his line to only 45 yards. Now he gets the Falcons (who ranked 29th in giving up fantasy points to tight ends) at home in cold weather with a backup quarterback? Sounds like a recipe for success. Grab this line and win some cash.
J.K. Dobbins OVER 67.5 Receiving Yards
Two straight games over 120 yards rushing and now he heads into a game that will focus on running due to the weather and the line is only 67.5 rushing yards. It’s difficult to say no.
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