Island games are the highlight of any NFL week for betting enthusiasts. As the industry continues to grow, some of the most discussed moments belong to single-game opportunities.
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As such, below is the only betting guide needed to unearth tons of expected value for each Sunday night contest throughout the 2021 NFL regular season.
One of the easiest transitions into sports betting is through player props, as fantasy applications are helpful for evaluating betting opportunities.
One way to consistently find defined edges is by utilizing PFF's player props tool. The ability to adjust both number and price means you are always certain of the expected value for each prop bet.
Let’s dive into the best player props to bet for Sunday Night Football.
WR Tyreek Hill over 73.5 receiving yards -116
While Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs’ offense have unexpectedly struggled this season, especially over the last five weeks, Hill has not – the NFL’s top deep threat ranks fourth in receiving grade on the season (89.9) and 12th since Week 5.
According to PFF’s WR/CB matchup chart, Hill has a “good” matchup against both Raiders slot cornerback Nate Hobbs and outside corner Brandon Facyson. Additionally, Raiders free safety Tre’von Moehrig ranks 29th among all safeties this season in coverage grade on deep balls, which Hill specializes in.
In a game that is expected to be high scoring with a 52 point total, expect Mahomes to target his favorite weapon early and often. PFF’s Player Props Tool gives Hill a 58.1% chance to cover this receiving yards number on Sunday Night Football.