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Mike Williams – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Mike Williams

Player prop bets are available for Mike Williams in Sunday’s NFL action at 1:00 PM ET live on CBS. Williams and the Los Angeles Chargers (1-2) take the field against the Houston Texans (0-2-1) at NRG Stadium in Week 4.

Williams Receiving Insights

  • Williams averages 46.0 receiving yards, 18.5 less than the over/under of 64.5 that has been set for Sunday’s outing.
  • In one of three games this season, Williams has collected more than 64.5 receiving yards.
  • Williams’ season average of 46.0 receiving yards is 1539.5 less than his average over/under (1585.5).
  • Williams will be aiming to hit the over on a receiving yards prop bet for the first time this year (after three attempts).
  • Williams has had a touchdown catch in two of three games this season, but had only one TD in each of those games.

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Houston Texans Rankings

  • The 207.7 passing yards per game conceded by the Texans defense makes them the NFL’s 11th-ranked pass defense.
  • The Texans have the No. 1 defense in the NFL in passing touchdowns allowed, giving up two this season (0.7 per game).

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