Primetime Props: 5 Bets for SNF and MNF

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After a couple of Thursday night duds, most NFL fans are thankful for two intriguing games that are coming up on Sunday Night and Monday Night. There should be more fireworks as the Cowboys head to the City of Brotherly Love to take on the Eagles on SNF. That will be a battle for NFC East supremacy!

Monday Night Football’s matchup features an AFC West showdown between the Broncos and Chargers. We have found 5 primetime props to invest in this week as well as a Same Game Parlay. We’ll look to go at least 4-2 with these plays to keep building our bankroll for the rest of the NFL season.

Jalen Hurts Anytime TD

Best Available Odds: +123 at Caesars

Hurts already has 6 rushing touchdowns this season and is the Eagles’ #1 weapon in the red zone. He is on pace to go way over his total from last season (10). The crazy thing about Hurts is that he has the speed of a running back to go along with the toughness of a linebacker.

The Cowboys have allowed only 1 rushing touchdown this season but they have yet to face an offense like this Eagles team. Hurts is always a threat to run it in from long distance or sneak it in from the one-yard line.

Tony Pollard Anytime TD

Best Available Odds: +250 at DraftKings

Pollard has just 2 touchdowns on the season. The Eagles are allowing an average of 1 rushing touchdown per game. At 2.5 to 1, the value here seems worth the risk on Pollard, especially with Elliot’s inability to find paydirt this season.

The former Memphis standout has been gradually getting more snaps of late. Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore knows that Pollard is the more explosive back, so we expect Pollard’s workload to keep increasing.

Justin Herbert OVER 262.5 Passing Yards

Best Available Odds: -115 at DraftKings

Herbert is averaging 295.6 passing yards per game. He threw for 297 against Jacksonville at home and 279 against Vegas in their other home game this season.

This Broncos team has yet to face a top-tier QB this year and we expect Herbert to light them up. Denver has a strong secondary but Herbert can fit the ball through even the tightest of windows.

Cooper Rush OVER 0.5 Interceptions

Best Available Odds: -135 at BetMGM

Rush has yet to throw an INT this season. There is no way he continues playing and staying that clean. He is facing an Eagles team that will force them to throw the ball and that will play into their hands.

The Eagles are 6th in the league with 6 interceptions on the year to date. Look for Philly’s defensive line to pressure Rush into at least one pick in this game.

Russell Wilson OVER 16.5 Rushing Yards

Best Available Odds: -105 at DraftKings

Russ has been awful so far this season, especially in the passing game. He only accumulated 5 total yards on the ground in his 1st two games this season. Since then, he has surpassed 16 yards in three straight games.

With the passing game likely to continue to struggle, we believe Russ will use his legs a few times again and get 20 or more yards Monday night. This is probably our favorite player prop on the entire Week 6 card.

Same Game Parlay: Dallas and Philly both 2+ Sacks & Hurts UNDER 74.5

Best Available Odds: +105 at DraftKings

Both of these defenses get after the QBs. We believe both QBs will hit the deck twice at a minimum.

The Cowboys’ defense will also be focused on forcing Hurts to beat them with his arm and not his legs. We don’t believe he is going to get near this 74.5 rushing yardage total.


Bill Christy

Sports Betting Contributor

Bill is a high-volume sports bettor who runs his own sports investing business. He has an uncanny ability to find tons of mathematical edges on each day’s sports betting card. Bill covers all sports but his bread and butter is UFC, Golf, and College Hoops. Find him on X at @LarrysLocks2