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NFL Betting 2020: Week 10 Monday Night Football player props

NFL player props continue to grow in popularity, as they are an easy way for fantasy football players to get accustomed to sports betting.

Player prop unders hit at a 55% rate between 2017 and 2019. The early weeks of 2020 saw fewer unders hit than we had seen in the past, but that has started to correct outside of one outlier Week 7 when the majority of props went over their stated number.

Nine of the first 10 weeks of the season have seen most props finish under their number, with three of the past five weeks having the highest percentage of unders hitting on the season. The weather has played a small role, but the trend down should continue as we progress through the rest of the regular season.

Week Percentage of Under Wins Percentage of Over Wins
1 52.45% 47.55%
2 51.49% 48.51%
3 51.42% 48.58%
4 53.50% 46.50%
5 55.15% 44.85%
6 59.49% 40.51%
7 46.41% 53.59%
8 57.06% 42.94%
9 52.48% 47.52%
10 58.87% 41.13%

The percentage of props going under now sits at 53.78% for the season. We have seen a correction back to the downside for the majority of prop categories. At a macro level, it appears that passing attempts are down based on expectation, but a higher percentage of those attempts are completed.

Passing touchdowns lean toward the over, but this is a spot to watch for heavy juice shaded to one side or the other. All yardage related props continue to go under at a higher rate, which makes them great to target late in the season. This is especially true of rushing yardage props when usage looks to be split for a timeshare between two or more backs.

Prop Category Percentage of Under Wins Percentage of Over Wins
Passing Attempts 59.02% 40.98%
Passing Completions 51.37% 48.63%
Passing Interceptions 52.23% 47.77%
Passing TDs 49.41% 50.59%
Passing Yards 54.48% 45.52%
Receptions 52.10% 47.90%
Receiving Yards 53.90% 46.10%
Rushing Yards 57.58% 42.42%
All Props 53.78% 46.22%

One way to consistently find defined edges is by utilizing our player props tool. The ability to adjust both number and price means you are always certain of the expected value for each prop bet. 

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My written plays went 2-1 on Sunday, with a plus-money passing touchdown prop once again leading the way to a successful week. This brings my year-to-date written prop record to 55-34-1 for +17.2 units. 

We are hitting the point of the season where usage is better understood, and we are now looking for mispriced lines and situations that have moved too much to one side based on recency bias. Some of the props written may not be the most comfortable bets, but taking a loss that is still based on sound process is a useful skill that all sports bettors should master.

Let’s take a quick look at what the betting market is implying for Monday Night Football in Week 10 before diving into some of the best player props, according to PFF's props tool.


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