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D.J. Moore – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

D.J. Moore

Player prop bets are available for D.J. Moore in Sunday’s NFL action at 1:00 PM ET live on FOX. Moore and the Carolina Panthers (0-1) have a Week 2 matchup against the New York Giants (1-0) at MetLife Stadium.

Moore Receiving Insights

  • Moore’s 68.1 receiving yards per game average from last season is 9.6 more than his prop bet total in Sunday’s contest (58.5).
  • In 58.8% of his games last season (10 of 17), Moore had collected more than 58.5 receiving yards.
  • Moore’s average prop bet for receiving yards was an over/under of 65.9 last year. He collected 2.2 more yards per game than that average.
  • In seven of his 17 games (41.2%) last season, Moore hit the over on receiving yards prop bets.
  • Moore had a touchdown catch in three games last year, out of 17 games played, but had multiple TD receptions only once.

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New York Giants Rankings (2021)

  • The Giants had the NFL’s 15th-ranked pass defense last season, surrendering 225.8 yards per game through the air.
  • The Giants gave up 27 passing TDs last year (1.6 per game), ranking them 16th among NFL defenses.

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