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Below are some props that you should keep your eye on as you head into Week 5.
All props are coming from DraftKings Sportsbook lines and be sure to keep checking back throughout the weekend as props are added as numbers change throughout the weekend.
We are going back to keeping a record of the props. For record purposes, all props that are in as of Saturday Night will count towards the record.
Week 4 Record- 3-2:
To be 14-6 at this point in the year, is a great feeling, but one or two bad weeks in a row, can quickly eliminate the gains that have been achieved so far this season.
Tua Tagovailoa Under 274.5 Passing Yards- Loss
C.J. Stroud Over 237.5 Passing Yards- Win
Anthony Richardson Under 47.5 Rushing Yards- Loss
Jerome Ford Under 51.5 Rushing Yards- Win
Josh Jacobs Under 74.5 Rushing Yards- Win
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Week 5 Props
Joe Burrow Under 252.5 Passing Yards
At some point, we just need to start taking the under in every Joe Burrow prop until he proves that he can beat expectations. Burrow is last in the NFL in yards per attempt at just 4.9, and 31st in passing yards this season. Reports from Cincinnati this week are that Burrow’s mobility looks great and much improved compared to early in the week, but the problem is that we’ve been hearing that every week for the past several weeks. Last week’s game may have been the worst game that Burrow has played, as it was against a defense that has been shredded against the pass by Deshaun Watson, Derek Carr, and Justin Herbert. With Tee Higgins out this week, it’s going to force Tyler Boyd to step up to do more, but unfortunately he has been highly inefficient this season averaging just 7.5 yards-per-catch.
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