Happy Thursday Night Football friends and fellow degenerates. With another Chalky week in the books lets look to invest some of those profits in the TNF Prop Market.
We head to desert for a NFC West battle between the broken down Cardinals and the Seahawks coming off a rare home loss. Can Seattle right the ship on the road? Is Drew Stanton serviceable or are the 49ers that bad? Will we be treated to another 6-6 THRILLER? What ever question you might have hopefully I can provide answers in the form over some lead pipe lock prop action.
Lets dive into the matchup and find some angles in the prop market to get you paid on Thursday Night Football. For more in depth NFL analysis check out(or listen below) the Week Ten NFL Picks Podcast where we breakdown and pick all 14 games on the slate.
Season: 33-26-1 (+7u)
Thursday Night Football Game Info
Time: Thursday November 9th @ 5:25 PM Pacific
Location: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
TV: NFL Network, NBC, Amazon Prime
Spread: Seahawks -6
Odds courtesy of BetOnline.ag
Thursday Night Football Prop Bets – Five Ways to Get Paid
1. Adrian Peterson Over 67.5 Rushing Yards (-110)
Im gonna keep this one short, If Bruce Arians is willing to give him the ball 37 times in one game I have no doubt he will have the volume to cash this ticket even if he only averages 3 yards per carry. Be a square here and play the obvious OVER.
2. Total FGs Over 3.5 (+115)
This is another hunch play, these teams always have interesting score lines and Pete Carroll will give his embattled kicker a chance to redeem himself and restore his confidence. On the flip side Drew Stanton will be able to move the ball but Im not loving his chances to find the end zone too often. Again not much data here other than a strong hunch that we will have a nice kicking battle.
3. No Score 1st 6:30 (-120)
Have I mentioned how much I dont like this matchup for props, so here I am again isolating a game prop that I like to play in general in TNF divisional games. Familiarity leads to changing up your own game plan early on, which leads to stepping out side the comfort zone. Both teams see the ball at least once before some one scores, this will cash fairly easily.
4. Doug Baldwin Over 69.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
I actually marked this under as one to watch as I figured Peterson would be all over Baldwin. Upon further research not only is Arizona shockingly bad at defending the slot(23rd in the NFL). But Peterson rarely lines up in the slot, and combine that with the fact that he has been getting a ton of targets over the last 3 weeks(12,10,12) and playing the over should be plain and simple.
5. Longest TD Under 40.5 yards (-110)
Another less than scientific approach, I like always going under for this prop as if you think about what it takes to score a 40 yard touchdown its not only have an explosive play but making that play in the right part of the field, perhaps a DEF TD screws us here but it sure as shit isnt going to be the offenses.
Good luck and Let it Ride!!!
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