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Justin Jefferson – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Justin Jefferson

Ahead of Justin Jefferson’s game on Sunday, which starts at 1:00 PM ET on FOX, here are some insights and stats to help place the best bets. Jefferson’s Minnesota Vikings (1-1) have a Week 3 matchup at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota against the Detroit Lions (1-1).

Jefferson Receiving Insights

  • Jefferson’s 116.0 receiving yards average is 19.5 more than his over/under for Sunday’s outing.
  • Jefferson has gained over 96.5 receiving yards once in two games this season.
  • Jefferson’s average of 116.0 receiving yards is lower than his average prop total of 145.3.
  • Jefferson hasn’t gone over on a receiving yards over/under this season.
  • Jefferson has had a touchdown catch in one of two games this season, and scored more than one TD on that occasion.

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Detroit Lions Rankings

  • The 273.5 passing yards per game given up by the Lions defense makes them the NFL’s 27th-ranked pass defense.
  • Opponents of the Lions have totaled three touchdowns through the air (1.5 per game). The Lions’ defense is 15th in the league in that category.

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