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Diontae Johnson – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Diontae Johnson

Player prop bets are available for Diontae Johnson in Sunday’s NFL action at 1:00 PM ET live on CBS. The Week 2 outing sees Johnson’s Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0) take the field at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania against the New England Patriots (0-1).

Johnson Receiving Insights

  • Johnson averaged 72.6 receiving yards per game a year ago, 18.1 more than the over/under of 54.5 set for Sunday’s outing.
  • Johnson totaled over 54.5 receiving yards in 11 out of 18 games last year (61.1%).
  • Johnson’s season average of 72.6 receiving yards per game was 0.5 fewer than the average over/under of his prop bets last season (73.1).
  • In eight of his 16 games last season (50.0%), Johnson went over on receiving yards prop bets.
  • Johnson had a receiving touchdown in seven of 16 games last year, and multiple receiving TDs once.

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New England Patriots Rankings (2021)

  • The Patriots conceded 187.1 passing yards per game last year, with the NFL’s second-ranked pass defense.
  • At 1.2 passing TDs conceded per game last season, the Patriots’ defense was ranked fourth in the NFL.

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