- Terry McLaurin has -115 odds to go under 64.5 receiving yards against the Seattle Seahawks.
- Terry McLaurin has only cleared 64.5 receiving yards four times this season.
- Seattle Seahawks games are 8-1-1 to go UNDER the total this season.
LANDOVER, Md. – The Washington Football Team is set to host the Seattle Seahawks on this week’s edition of Monday Night Football. Oddsmakers have listed the Football Team as one-point home favorites, and have given this game a total of 47 points.
Seattle games are naturally lower scoring as they are a whopping 8-1-1 to the UNDER this year. A projected low-scoring game against the Football Team gives value to taking the Under on Terry McLaurin’s receiving props.
Legal oddsmakers have listed Washington Football Team wide receiver Terry McLaurin with -115 odds to go under 64.5 receiving yards against the Seattle Seahawks.
Terry McLaurin has only cleared 64.5 receiving yards four times this season. The Seattle Seahawks have only allowed just three WR1 scoring weeks on the season in fantasy.
The Seattle Seahawks offense has played poorly, but their defense has held its own this season. The Seahawks have only allowed three opposing wide receivers to clear 64.5 receiving yards in the past five games. This checks out as most Seahawks games tend to be slow, grind it out defensive battles that don’t feature much offense.
Seattle Seahawks games have been the most profitable games to take to go UNDER the total this season (8-1-1). In a game that isn’t expected to feature much offense, taking the UNDER on Terry McLaurin’s MNF prop seems fairly reasonable.
McLaurin did clear 103 receiving yards last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but consistency has not been his strong suit this year. McLaurin has yet to produce back-to-back weeks as a WR2 or better as he has lived on volatility due to the sporadic QB play of Taylor Heinicke.
If this pattern continues, Terry would be due for down week against the Seahawks.
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