Smartest Player Prop Plays for NFL Week 10: Dalvin Cook, Jonathan Taylor, and More

November 12, 2021by Mike Barner0
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Smartest Player Prop Plays for NFL Week 10: Dalvin Cook, Jonathan Taylor, and More

Top NFL Week 10 Player Props For 11/14/2021: Eric Kendricks & Dalvin Cook - Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Chargers
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Mike’s Season Record: 18-9

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A 1-2 record with my player prop picks in Week 9 dropped my overall record for the season to 18-9. I’ll try to get back on track with the following three wagers for player props to consider for Week 10. All odds were obtained from BetMGM and Caesars Sportsbook.

Top Week 10 NFL Player Props For 11/14/2021

Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Chargers: Dalvin Cook Over 90.5 Rushing Yards (-110)

Cook has played in five full games this season, finishing with at least 110 rushing yards in three of those contests. One of the keys to his success is his heavy workload, given that he had at least 17 carries in all five of those games. The Chargers have allowed the most rushing yards per game in the league. So Cook could surpass 100 yards in this matchup, as well.

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Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jonathan Taylor Anytime TD Scorer (-210)

Yes, the odds on this aren’t great. However, there is too much favoring this bet to ignore it. Taylor has been extremely busy for the Colts, logging at least 14 carries in six straight games. That helped him record at least one touchdown in each of those games. Also working in his favor is that the Jaguars have allowed 10 rushing touchdowns, which has them tied for the fifth-most in the league.

Atlanta Falcons @ Dallas Cowboys: Cordarrelle Patterson Over 4.5 Receptions (-125)

Patterson is a former wide receiver who is now used in a hybrid wide receiver/running back role for the Falcons. He has received at least nine carries in each of the last four games, totaling 159 yards and a touchdown. He has also remained busy in the passing game, including last week when he torched the Saints for six receptions and 126 yards. With at least five targets in seven straight games, he was able to haul in at least five receptions six times. Add in Calvin Ridley (personal) being out, and Patterson should again receive enough opportunities to hit the over.

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