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Top NFL Week 6 Player Prop Bets

Who’s set to score a TD or pile up yardage?

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Written by October 16, 2020 (3 days ago), Reading Time: 3 minutes

Top NFL Week 6 Player Prop Bets

Who’s set to score a TD or pile up yardage?

Our NFL sports betting writers submit their Top Week 6 Player Prop Bets for football action. Use these betting tips from Anthony Cervino and Paul Shapiro for your NFL wagers.

Top NFL Week 6 Player Prop Bets

Ben Roethlisberger To Get 250+ Passing Yards (-182)

Big Ben has a 12-0 record when facing the Browns at Heinz Field, and him netting 250 passing yards has been a commonality in those contests. The QB is averaging 254.0 yards per game this season and has surpassed the 250-yard passing mark in the last three and five of his last six games against the Browns. –Paul Shapiro

David Montgomery anytime touchdown scorer (-134)

While David Montgomery has only scored 2 touchdowns this season, including his first one on the ground in last week's win over Tampa Bay, he has a terrific opportunity to find the end zone in back-to-back games in Sunday's matchup at the Panthers.

Carolina's defense has given up a touchdown to an enemy rusher in all five games played this season. The Panthers have surrendered 9 total touchdowns to running backs this season, four of which came in two home games. –Anthony Cervino

Marquise Brown to get Over 57.5 receiving yards (-125)

With Eagles CB Darius Slay in the league's concussion protocol, he is a longshot to play in Sunday's matchup with the Ravens. Marquise Brown has gone north of 57.5 receiving yards in three games this season, including in each of his past two outings.

Top Week 6 Player Prop Bets: Marquise Brown ready to pop off
Ravens WR Marquise Brown looks set to pop off vs. Eagles (Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports)

Facing a secondary likely without its top cornerback, Brown should easily hit this Over on Sunday afternoon. The Eagles have given up at least 61 receiving yards to the opposing team's leading receiver in four of five games this season.

The only team failing to produce a wideout with at least 61 receiving yards against the Eagles this season was the 49ers back in Week 4 without Jimmy Garoppolo under center. –AC

Derrick Henry Over 105.5 Rushing Yards (-107)

Derrick Henry has at least 20 touches in every game this season and has turned that into two 105-plus-yard rushing performances. He faces a Texans defense Sunday that has allowed 5.2 yards per carry to RBs, and an average of 141.2 rush yards.

These stats are enough for me to like this Over, but the game script should help Henry as well. –PS

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Aaron Rodgers To Get 250+ Passing Yards (-200)

In arguably the biggest game of the week, why wouldn't we take a QB prop?

Strangely, this is the one with the best odds. Aaron Rodgers has topped 250 yards in three of his four games this season, only missing once by just 10 yards, and that's been largely without his top WR, Davante Adams.

The wideout should be back in Week 6 and the Bucs D has allowed QBs to hit this mark in two of its last four games. Rodgers should be close to 300 yards, which has +120 odds, but I'd rather be confident in a win than hope for garbage yards on Sunday night. –PS

George Kittle Over 63.5 receiving yards (-115)

In six career games against the Rams, George Kittle has had at least 79 receiving yards five times, including in each of his past five meetings against them. He's gone north of 98 yards in four of those matchups and over 100 three times.

While the Rams have been stingy to enemy tight ends this season — they've held every tight end they've faced to fewer than 42 receiving yards — Kittle is in his own league in terms of the caliber of talent that he is and can exploit even the toughest of matchups.  –AC

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