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Kyle Pitts – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Kyle Pitts

Check out the player prop bets available for Kyle Pitts when he takes to the field in NFL play on Sunday at 4:25 PM ET live on FOX. Pitts and the Atlanta Falcons (0-2) have a Week 3 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks (1-1) at Lumen Field.

Pitts Receiving Insights

  • Pitts puts up 19.0 receiving yards per game, 27.5 less than his prop total in Sunday’s outing.
  • Pitts has not picked up more than 46.5 receiving yards in a game (through two outings).
  • Pitts’ season average of 19.0 receiving yards is 70.3 fewer than his average over/under (89.3).
  • Pitts will be aiming to hit the over on a receiving yards prop bet for the first time this season (after two attempts).
  • Having played two games this season, Pitts has not caught a touchdown pass.

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Seattle Seahawks Rankings

  • The pass defense of the Seahawks is giving up 257 yards per outing this year, which ranks 24th in the league.
  • So far this season, the Seahawks have surrendered two passing TDs to their opponents, averaging one per game. That ranks fifth in league play.

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