Quez Watkins is a third-year wide receiver who has a limited role in the Eagles’ offense as the fourth target behind A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, and Dallas Goedert.
He finished the year with 33 receptions for 354 yards and three touchdowns, which was a pretty significant decrease from 43 catches, 647 yards, and one touchdown in 2021.
With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at Quez Watkins player props for Super Bowl 57.
All Super Bowl odds used in these props are current as of Monday, Feb. 6, at 12:30 p.m. ET.
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Quez Watkins Receptions Prop
Quez Watkins: Under 1.5 Receptions (-160) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 1 Unit
Watkins has combined for one target in two games during the postseason. He has now failed to catch two or more passes in four of his last five games.
His 9.9% target share makes it difficult to project him to eclipse this number. We’ve also seen the Eagles utilize a run-heavy approach on offense, which also bodes well for the Under here.
While this is a low bar at an expensive price, we’re going to ride with recent trends in usage and take the Under on Watkins’ receptions prop.
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Quez Watkins Receiving Yards Prop
Quez Watkins: Under 11.5 Receiving Yards (-110) at DraftKings Sportsbook
WAGER: 1 Unit
Watkins posted 10.7 yards per reception this season, a major drop from his average of 15 in 2021. This was because of his usage, as his average target depth decreased from 12.4 to 9.5 yards.
Due to Watkins’ role in this offense, he would need to rack up at least two receptions to go Over this number. I don’t see that happening, especially with the Eagles having the No. 1 ranked rushing offense (per Football Outsiders DVOA) in the NFL.
There’s a good chance that there won’t be enough volume for this to hit.