Week 7 NFL Player Props of the Week


We’re back again with our favorite player props of the week. As we gear up for the Sunday action of Week 7, I’ve got some bets I’m eying.


Here are some of my favorite individual player props for Week 7.

Lamar Jackson o51.5 Rushing Yards 

-110 BetMGM

I really don’t understand this number, especially because I was betting on Lamar Jackson in the mid-sixties earlier this season. While the Ravens and Browns aren’t at the level we may have expected to start the season, these divisional rivals normally bring out the best in each other. Honestly, one of the toughest parts of betting on Lamar is figuring out which market, considering both attempts and longest rush are also very tempting. 

The Browns have been one of the worst rush defenses in football, currently ranking 31st in DVOA. Jackson is currently averaging 75.2 rushing yards per game this season, first on his team and fifth in the NFL. The Ravens also took a hit with J.K. Dobbins deciding to undergo surgery, leaving them with only Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill in the backfield. The good news is that Gus “The Bus” Edwards is back, and while he might not play much, that’s another weapon to worry about. 

After a slow Week 1 start against the Jets where he didn’t need to rush much, he has now cleared this number in five straight games. Lamar also has a great history rushing against the Browns, and we constantly see quarterbacks more willing to put their bodies on the line in situations when the stakes are higher. I’m expecting an impressive performance from the former MVP winner, as the Ravens will need rely on his legs more then usual. 


Hunter Renfrow u64.5 Rec Yards/Nico Collins o29.5 Rec Yards 

-125, DraftKings

I was going to bet Brandin Cooks‘ under 74.5 receiving yards initially, but with reports that he may be traded, I want to pivot here. While Cooks is getting non-injury related rest days, Nico Collins is further developing his connection with quarterback Davis Mills. When you look at the stats, it’s seems like Collins is on his way to passing Cooks in the pecking order – no wonder Cooks is liking those trade tweets! 

Over their last four games, Collins has more receiving yards than Cooks, recording an average of 61.5 while Cooks is at 38.5. Additionally, Collins is seeing valuable downfield catches, having recorded a 22+ yard reception in each of his last four games. This game should be competitive, but I’m expecting the Texans to be trailing, forcing them into a more pass-heavy game script. 

Want to guess what Hunter Renfrow‘s ADOT is? He was one of my favorite guys to bet on last season, handling the short to intermediate work, but this season he’s posted a crazy low 3.7 ADOT (someone forgot about the intermediate part). He was also added to the injury report midweek with a hip injury but is seemingly going to play through it. 

Renfrow hasn’t cleared 60 receiving yards this season, and I don’t expect that to start with a brutal matchup against Desmond King. King is balling out this season, currently tied for third in the league with seven passes defended. He’s faced two true slot receivers this year and held Christian Kirk and Jerry Jeudy below 20 yards apiece. You target this Houston defense on the outside. 

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