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We’ve seen a lot of scoring over the first few weeks, so why not take advantage of some props! Here are my five favorite picks from Thrive Fantay’s NFL Week 4 player props within their $25 NFL Sun Week 4 Traditional Contest.
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NFL Week 4 Player Props
Tyler Lockett Over 78.5 Yards Receiving (Over = 100 Points Under = 100 Points)
Lockett is the perfect start for your NFL Week 4 player props. He leads the Seahawks in targets with 29, averages 86 yards per game, and close to 11 yards per catch.
The Dolphins’ defense allows 266 passing yards per game, 6.5 yards per play, and 8.3 yards per pass attempt. With Lockett’s speed, he should fly by the Dolphins’ secondary for some big gains. Lockett through the first three games this season has eclipsed the 75 yard receiving mark twice by a total of 38 yards and failed once in reaching the 79 yard mark in Week 2 against the Patriots where he had 67 yards receiving.
Allen Robinson Over 5.5 Receptions (Over = 85 Points Under = 115 Points)
The Chicago Bears have given the keys to Nick Foles and this should be a huge boost for Allen Robinson. Foles targeted Robinson more than five times in their first game together. As the #1 receiver in this offense, look for this to improve upon what are impressive numbers. Robinson is averaging just over 10 targets per game, and with his ability, should have at least 6 receptions.
Julian Edelman Over 4.5 Receptions (Over = 85 Points Under = 115 Points)
Edelman has seen 24 targets so far this season. He’s eclipsed four receptions in 2 out 3 games. I don’t see the targets slowing down for Edelman because he has been in Josh McDaniels system for a long time now and helps make Cam Newton’s game easier.
The Patriots take on the Chiefs this Sunday. I expect the them to be playing from behind, which means more pass attempts if they are down by more than two possessions.
Mark Andrews Under 55.5 Receiving Yards (Over = 95 Points Under = 105 Points)
Andrews has seen the second most targets with 17. However, he is only averaging 36.3 yards per game: with 58 yards vs the Browns, 29 vs Texans, and 22 vs. Chiefs. In the eight 2019 road games, Andrews surpassed the 55 yard mark only twice.
Stefon Diggs Over 0.5 TDs (Over = 115 Points Under = 85 Points)
Diggs has recorded a touchdown in each of the last two games and leads the Bills in targets. I believe it took some time for Diggs and Allen to create chemistry because of the lack of practices and no pre-season games.
Raiders have allowed six passing touchdowns and are #28 in yards per play and allow 7.4 yards per attempt.