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NFL Best Bets: Top Prop Bet Predictions for Week 14 on DraftKings Sportsbook



We are fast approaching the end of the NFL regular season, with only five weeks of action remaining for this year. At this point in the year, you’re either fighting for a playoff spot or keeping an eye on how low your team’s draft pick is falling. With that said, the Patriots had no care for where they pick on Thursday night, taking care of business in Pittsburgh. There are 14 games on the slate for the weekend, including two matchups on Monday night. Below are some of my favorite prop bets on DraftKings Sportsbook.

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OVER Picks

WR Tyreek Hill Over 105.5 Rec Yds (-115)

It’s no secret that Tyreek Hill has his eyes set on breaking Calvin Johnson’s single-season receiving record but also being the first player with 2,000 receiving yards in a season. The Dolphins have five games remaining this year, and Hill is 519 yards short of 2,000, which means he needs to average 103.8 receiving yards per game. That aside, Hill has gone over this total in seven of his 12 games this year, averaging 123.4 receiving yards per game. To make this bet even more appetizing, the Titans rank 22nd against the pass this year.

QB Josh Allen Over 0.5 INT’s (-145)

This is my favorite bet of the weekend, as Allen has thrown at least one interception in 10 of his 12 games this year. Those two games where he didn’t throw one were much earlier in the season, as he has thrown a pick in each of his last eight games. The Chiefs defense has been solid this year against the pass, but they only have six interceptions this season. Even with that said, Allen has thrown 13 in 12 games, and I will keep backing him to throw more until he proves that he’s not a turnover machine. Allen may end up with four touchdowns as well, but I think at some point in the game, he will throw a bad ball.

TE Tanner Hudson Over 23.5 Rec Yds (-115)

Hudson did not really feature for the Bengals the first few months of the season, but over the last five games, he’s played in all of them and gone over this total four times. Over this five-game stretch, he is averaging five targets and 36 receiving yards per game. He is clearly the Bengals best receiving tight end, as he has more than double the yards of the next best. If he continues his recent form and continues to get the ball thrown his way, I think this prop could cash with ease.


RB Khalil Herbert Under 21.5 Rush Yds (-115)

This is a unique situation where Chicago has three running backs with prop totals on DraftKings. D’Onta Foreman seems to be the lead back for the Bears, but they also have Roschon Johnson and Khalil Herbert in the mix. Herbert was the second option for most of the year, but in their last game against the Vikings, where Foreman was ruled out, it was Johnson who got double-digit carries for the first time this season, while Herbert had four fewer. I think ultimately Foreman will get the bulk of the carries while Johnson and Herbert fight for the rest. To make things even better for this bet, the Lions have a top 5 rushing defense, only allowing 93.1 yards per game.

QB Zach Wilson Under 0.5 Pass TDs (+110)

Sunday is supposed to be another rainy day in MetLife, and I’m liking Zach Wilson to go under this total fresh off the bench. Wilson hasn’t played since November 19th and is now thrust back into the starting lineup. Wilson has only thrown six touchdowns in 10 starts this season, and I don’t see that getting any better on Sunday. Between the rain and the Jets offense as a whole, this game most likely will not be a pretty one. Besides Garrett Wilson, the Jets don’t have any sort of receiving threat, so unless Garrett breaks a big one, I don’t see Zach throwing a touchdown this weekend.

TEN Titans Under 17.5 Team Points (-162)

Ever since Miami lost to the Eagles on Sunday Night Football, their defense has taken a huge step forward. In the five games since, they have only allowed one team to go over this total, and it was the reigning Super Bowl champions, Kansas City, with 21. The Titans offense has gone below this total in four of their last five games, so this seems like the perfect balance of a struggling offense against an improved defense. The Titans are also on the road, which surely does not help their case.

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