NFL Week 4 is here, and there are several great prop bets available to take advantage of.
Last week, these picks went 2-1. The lone miss was Travis Kelce‘s reception prop. It was close, as he was only one catch away from hitting the over. He had a season-high in targets, but also a season-low in catch rate.
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Leverage PFF's player props tool, which goes through all of the possible props, to find the most valuable potential bets. I sifted through each to find the three NFL player prop bets I liked the most, so let's dive in.
RB Ty Johnson, New York Jets, under 6.5 carries, 100
The Jets' backfield has evolved as the season has progressed. The Jets used all three of their running backs in Week 1, constantly rotating players in and out every couple of plays. They mostly used Tevin Coleman in rushing situations while Michael Carter was third on the depth chart, which is why Johnson led the trio in snaps. By the second game, the Jets mostly phased Coleman out of the offense while Johnson and Carter were used interchangeably, as both had 12 runs, 15 routes and seven blocks.