Top NFL Week 4 Player Props For 10/3/2021

October 1, 2021by Mike Barner0
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Top NFL Week 4 Player Props For 10/3/2021

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A clean sweep with my player prop picks in Week 3 improved my record to 8-1 for the season. With no teams on a bye week yet, we have a bevy of options for NFL player props to choose from again in Week 4. Here are three wagers that could prove to be profitable. All odds were obtained from BetMGM.

Top Week 4 NFL Player Props For 10/3/2021

Arizona Cardinals @ Los Angeles Rams: Kyler Murray Over 274.5 Passing Yards (-120)

Murray has been locked in out of the gate, throwing for at least 289 yards in all three games. He tallied 400 passing yards in Week 2 in what was a 34-33 win over the Vikings. This has the makings of another high-scoring affair against the Rams, which should leave Murray with added pass attempts. It also works in his favor that the Rams have allowed the eighth-most passing yards per game in the league. Caesars Sportsbook RF5000 - 936x114

Houston Texans @ Buffalo Bills: Brandin Cooks Over 70.5 Receiving Yards (+100)

With the Bills’ loaded offense, this game has blowout written all over it. That means, even with the inexperienced Davis Mills at quarterback, the Texans might need to throw the ball a lot, especially in the second half. Enter Cooks, who already has 32 targets across three games. He has converted those opportunities into two games with at least 110 receiving yards. In the other game, he finished with nine receptions for 78 yards.

New England Patriots vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jakobi Meyers Over 5.5 Receptions (-125)

If the Patriots’ offense is going to keep up with Tom Brady, then they are going to need Mac Jones to throw a lot. Meyers has already been his favorite option, receiving 29 targets through three games. He recorded at least six catches in two of those contests, including hauling in nine of 14 targets in Week 3. That performance was noteworthy given that the Patriots were down big early against the Saints, which forced Jones to attempt 51 passes. If Brady and company get off to a fast start, a similar game script could unfold. PointsBet - Deposit Bonus Up to $250

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