Top NFL Week 3 Player Props For 9/26/2021

September 24, 2021by Mike Barner0
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Top NFL Week 3 Player Props For 9/26/2021

Top NFL Week 3 Player Props For 9/26/2021: Mike Williams vs. Charvarius Ward & Rashad Fenton - Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs
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Mike’s Season Record: 5-1

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After running the table with my three player prop picks in Week 2, my season record now stands at 5-1. I’ll try to return another profitable week with the following three NFL props to consider. All odds for Week 3 player props were obtained from BetMGM.

Top Week 3 NFL Player Props For 9/26/2021

Los Angeles Rams vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Matthew Stafford Over 306.5 Passing Yards (-125)

It’s fun to see Stafford leading an explosive offense again. With plenty of talent around him, he has thrown for 599 yards and five touchdowns through two games. The Rams could need him to throw a lot in this game to keep up with Tom Brady and company, which leaves him in a favorable spot to hit the over. Also, the Bucs have one of the best run defenses in the league. So teams are more apt to try and beat them through the air. That’s part of the reason why they have allowed 684 passing yards through two games. Caesars Sportsbook RF5000 - 936x114

New York Giants vs. Atlanta Falcons: Daniel Jones Over 26.5 Rushing Yards (-115)

The Giants have had plenty of time to think about their crushing loss to Washington last week on Thursday Night Football. Jones did his part to get them the win, especially on the ground when he turned nine carries into 95 yards and a touchdown. That yardage total could've been even higher, too, had a long touchdown run not been nullified by a holding penalty. The Giants like to design runs for him, which has left him with 15 total carries through two games. So, given this modest total, it’s difficult to resist taking the over.

Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs: Mike Williams Over 71.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

Williams has carried lofty expectations with him throughout his tenure in the NFL, but he’s largely been unable to live up to expectations, whether it be because of ineffective play or injuries. This could end up being the year that he puts it all together if he can stay healthy. Justin Herbert looks like a star in the making, which has helped Williams record at least 82 receiving yards and one touchdown in both games. The key is that he received at least 10 targets both times. With the potential for this to be a high-scoring affair, plenty of targets could be coming Williams’ way in this matchup, as well. PointsBet - Deposit Bonus Up to $250

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