- Sterling Shepard has a receiving yards total of 60.5 yards with (-115) odds on both sides.
- Mike Williams has a total of 5.5 receptions with a (-130) betting line on the OVER.
- Devin Singletary’s rushing yard line is set at just 49.5 with (-115) odds to hit the OVER.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Throughout Week 3 of the 2021-2022 NFL season there are player props available that seem slightly out of place. There are multiple players who have been showing major skillset this season that have lines projected to be seen with season lows.
Sterling Shepard Receiving Yards: OVER 60.5
WR Sterling Shepard has established himself as the top target in the New York Giants’ offense this season. Despite tallying 113 and 94 receiving yards in his first two games, regulated sports betting sites are expecting a season-low on Sunday.
Sterling Shepard Receiving Yards Odds
- OVER 60.5 -115
- UNDER 60.5 -115
Shepard has led his team in targets, receptions, and yards in both games this season. He will be facing the Atlanta Falcons, who are the only team to allow 40+ points per game this year. It’s tough to imagine this is the game in which Shepard has a pedestrian performance.
Mike Williams Receptions: OVER 5.5
WR Mike Williams has been a pleasant surprise this season as a popular target for the Los Angeles Chargers offense. He has seen double-digit targets in both games and has compiled 15 receptions.
Mike Williams Receptions Total
- OVER 5.5 -130
- UNDER 5.5 EVEN
In a game against the Kansas City Chiefs, who are currently allowing the most yards per game in the NFL, Williams should have plenty of opportunities to bring in six or more receptions. NFL betting sites may not be taking the potential game script into account as the Chargers are expecting to be losing for most of the game.
Devin Singletary Rushing Yards: OVER 49.5
RB Devin Singletary has been the lead back in the Buffalo Bills offense. He has recorded games of 72 and 82 yards, yet online sportsbooks have his total set nearly 25 yards lower than his worst performance this season.
Devin Singletary Rushing Yards
- OVER 49.5 -115
- UNDER 49.5 -115
The Washington Football Team has a reputation of being a strong defensive unit but are actually allowing over 125 yards of rushing offense per game this season. With Zack Moss being a largely unused piece in the Bills’ offense this year, Singletary should see the work necessary to eclipse 50 yards.
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