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Isaiah McKenzie – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Isaiah McKenzie

Take a look at Isaiah McKenzie’s player prop betting options set by bookmakers for his next NFL game on Sunday at 1:00 PM ET airing on CBS. McKenzie and the Buffalo Bills (2-1) meet the Baltimore Ravens (2-1) at M&T Bank Stadium in Week 4.

McKenzie Receiving Insights

  • McKenzie averages 44.0 receiving yards, 6.5 more than the over/under of 37.5 set for Sunday.
  • In one out of three games this season, McKenzie has totaled more than 37.5 receiving yards.
  • McKenzie picks up 44.0 receiving yards per game, 10.5 more than his average over/under (33.5).
  • McKenzie has gone over on his receiving yards prop bet in 66.7% of his opportunities (two times in three games).
  • In two of three games this season, McKenzie has a touchdown catch, but no games with more than one.

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Baltimore Ravens Rankings

  • McKenzie will play against the NFL’s worst pass defense this week. The Ravens allow 353.3 passing yards per game.
  • Opponents of the Ravens have put up seven touchdowns through the air (2.3 per game). The Ravens’ defense is 25th in the league in that category.

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