- George Kittle’s receiving yard total is set at 57.5 yards.
- Kittle’s reception total us 4.5 with the Over favored at -165 odds.
SAN FRANCISCO – George Kittle is the man to watch for this San Francisco 49ers offense when they go up against the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football.
George Kittle’s player props on legal online sportsbooks are set at 57.5 receiving yards and 4.5 receptions.
Total Receiving Yards – George Kittle
- Over 57.5 -115
- Under 57.5 -115
Kittle has played just five games this season after dealing with a calf injury. However, in those five games that he’s played, he has gone Over 57.5 yards three times and is coming off of his best game of the season where he went for 101 yards.
The Rams defense has allowed two tight ends to go Over the 57.5-yard mark this season in Jack Doyle from the Indianapolis Colts and Maxx Williams from the Arizona Cardinals. Doyle went for 64 yards while Williams went for 66.
Both Doyle and Williams had five receptions each against the Rams and had their biggest receptions of the game came from the right side. Even further, four of their five receptions went to the right side as well.
In Kittle’s 101-yard outing last week, four of his six receptions went to the right side.
Total Receptions – George Kittle
- Over 4.5 -165
- Under 4.5 +125
While 4.5 receptions might not seem like much to accomplish, Kittle has only hit the Over twice in his five games. However, both came in his last three games.
An even more impressive stat is that even though Kittle has played in just five games, he is still second on the team in targets with 36 and has caught 25, which is also the second-most on the team.
Backing up Kittle’s NFL player prop odds even more, is that the Rams have allowed opposing tight ends to bring in 53 receptions this season – tied for the fifth-most in the league. With that, Kittle could look to have a busy game as the offense looks to get him more involved.
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