Week 6 of the NFL season is already here. There have been some exciting matchups this season, but the fun is still just beginning, especially if you’re looking to add to it by joining the action with some prop bets.
Whether you’re looking for some no-brainers for your same-game parlay or just looking for an easy one-off, here are some of Sunday’s best prop bets.
Kirk Cousins | Over Passing Yards
Kirk Cousins and the 4-1 Minnesota Vikings are heading down to Miami this Sunday to take on the 3-2 Dolphins. Cousins is well on his way to yet another 4000+ yard season and will look to pad those numbers against a Miami defense that allows the fifth most passing yards in the league.
Miami is also giving up the third most yards per passing attempt of all 32 NFL teams — and they’re just a hair behind Tennessee for second.
With receiving threats like Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen, taking the over at just 255.5 yards is a no-brainer prop for Sunday.
Rhamondre Stevenson | Over Total Rushing & Receiving Yards
New England Patriots running back Damien Harris will be out for multiple weeks as he recovers from a hamstring injury. Second-year back Rhamondre Stevenson will lead the team’s rushing attack in his place.
Last week, against the Detroit Lions, Stevenson rushed for an impressive 161 yards. While he may not reach that total this week, he still appears to be heading toward a big game against the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland gives up the fourth most rushing yards per game in the league, just three yards per game less than Detroit.
With quarterback Mac Jones still sidelined with an ankle injury, expect Stevenson to get every opportunity to collect yardage.
Zach Ertz | Anytime Touchdown
After a frustrating defeat at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles, the Arizona Cardinals are certainly motivated to bounce back and get in the win column. The team, though, does not need any more motivation than the sheer fact that they will be playing their division rivals, the Seattle Seahawks.
One weakness the Cardinals are likely going to target is the Seahawks’ terrible play against opposing tight ends. Seattle gives up the most yards per game and the third most touchdowns per game to opposing tight ends, and with Zach “Ol’ Reliable” Ertz on the field, they will have their hands full.
Ertz has just two touchdowns on the year but against a porous Seattle defense, in what will likely be an offensively focused game, expect Kyler Murray to find his safety net in the endzone.
Best of the Rest
Cam Akers | Over 11.5 Total Rushing Attempts (-115 via BetMGM)
David Njoku | Anytime Touchdown (+230 DraftKings)
Rhamondre Stevenson | Anytime Touchdown (-130 via DraftKings)
Stefon Diggs | Over 87.5 Receiving Yards (-115 via DraftKings)
Will Dissly | Over 19.5 Receiving Yards (-120 via DraftKings)