TNF: 3 Underdog Prop Picks for Saints at Rams

TNF 3 Underdog Prop Picks for Saints at Rams

Hello, football fans! We hope you rode with us on our Monday Night Football plays, as we went two for three in that game. Our risk on Quez Watkins’ receptions did not pay off, but it was a learning experience. It turns out bad players shouldn’t get the ball in big games, and the Eagles had plenty of other pass-catchers to dole the ball out to.

With our past successes in mind, we’re hoping for a full sweep of the board on Thursday Night Football this week! This is one of the most exciting TNF games in recent history, as the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints are both within the playoff hunt.

Fans should be in for a real treat if this game lives up to the hype. We’ve put together our three best player props from this game, which can all be found on Underdog. Best of luck, and let’s get into it!

Alvin Kamara OVER 49.5 Rushing Yards

This is our favorite play of the night. Alvin Kamara continues to have a massive role on the New Orleans Saints roster, mainly when their passing game hasn’t exactly performed as expected.

Kamara isn’t showing signs of slowing down, and against a Los Angeles Rams defense that allows over 100 rushing yards per game, we believe Kamara will smash the over in this spot.

Kyren Williams OVER 109.5 Rushing & Receiving Yards

If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. Kyren Williams has been a dominant player for the Rams when healthy. This team has a lot of faith in Williams, and, similarly to Kamara, Williams has taken over the backfield.

With a lot on the line for the Rams in this game, we expect them to keep feeding Williams. He has achieved at least 110 all-purpose yards in the Rams’ last five games, making the over a no-brainer in this one!

Matthew Stafford OVER .5 Rushing Yards

Matthew Stafford isn’t necessarily known for his rushing abilities. He has been a proficient passer throughout the year, a big reason for the Rams’ positioning as a potential playoff team.

However, .5 rushing yards is not challenging for him to hit. This is one short quarterback run or a two-yard sneak at some point during the game.

Stafford isn’t afraid to put his body on the line for the team, and taking off on the run is certainly a way for him to do that. Look for Stafford to hit the over in this one quickly!

Andrew Elmquist

Sports Betting Contributor

Andrew is an up-and-coming sports betting analyst who specializes in Daily Fantasy Sports and player props in all sports. He holds degrees from Winona State University in Spanish and Communications. You can find Andrew on X @AndrewElmquist1