- Mac Jones passing yards total is set at 254.5 yards with (-115) odds on both sides.
- Jones’ passing touchdown total of 1.5 has (-130) odds in favor of the OVER.
- The betting total of 23.5 completions has a (-115) line on either side.
ATLANTA – Mac Jones has been playing well as of late, but his player prop totals may simply be set too high for his matchup against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday.
Mac Jones Passing Yards Total: O/U 254.5
Mac Jones has helped lead the New England Patriots to four straight wins, however, his individual numbers haven’t been the most impressive.
It seems as if legal sports betting sites have his passing yards total well above what it should be.
Mac Joens Passing Yards Total
- OVER 254.4 -115
- UNDER 254.4 -115
Jones has fallen short of this number in three straight games and in five of his last six games overall. The Patriots want to be a run-first team and if they hold the lead throughout the game Jones likely won’t see the volume needed to hit this mark.
Mac Jones Passing Touchdowns Total: O/U 1.5
Jones has thrown for multiple touchdowns four times in his 10 games this season but has one of the best possible matchups in Week 11.
The Atlanta Falcons allow 2.1 passing touchdowns per game which is third-worst in the NFL. If any of Jones’ props have value on the OVER, it’s this one.
Mac Jones Passing Touchdowns Total
- OVER 1.5 -130
- UNDER 1.5 EVEN
NFL betting sites are showing that the OVER is more likely, but have still left enough value on the betting line to justify backing it.
Atlanta has allowed two or more passing touchdowns in three of the last four weeks.
Mac Jones Passing Completions: O/U 23.5
Of all the player props Jones has, this may be the best one to bet on the UNDER. Jones has had less than 24 pass attempts in both of the last two weeks yet his pass completions total is set higher than that for Thursday night.
Mac Jones Pass Completion Total
- OVER 23.5 -115
- UNDER 23.5 -115
Jones has only 24 or more completions one time in the last six weeks making this one of the more confusing lines of the game. Assuming the sportsbooks are correct in that the Patriots hold the lead throughout the game, it’s quite possible that Jones has fewer than 24 pass attempts for a third week in a row.
The game will begin at 8:20 p.m. EST and can be seen on FOX and the NFL Network.
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