Week 10 prop bets are out on Underdog Fantasy and, as always, there are a few juicy bets to make. Last week, I went five for five in my predictions, so let’s try to keep that hot streak alive while making this week’s picks.
Top Five Week 10 NFL Prop Bets
Mike Evans: OVER 77.5 Receiving Yards
Tom Brady is playing like the best quarterback in football and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers absolutely hate to run the ball. This is the perfect recipe for one of Brady’s receivers to have a big day, but it’s always tough to pin down which guy goes off. Well, injuries made that process a lot easier this week.
Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown are out, and Chris Godwin is a game-time decision. By default, Brady is going to go to Mike Evans early and often throughout this one. The Washington Football Team has a terrible defense that won’t be able to slow down this passing attack, so Evans should hit the over with ease.
Emmanuel Sanders: OVER 52.5 Receiving Yards
Stefon Diggs is the alpha in the Buffalo Bills passing attack, but Emmanuel Sanders is easy the second option. Sanders has recorded 53 or more yards in five of his eight games and had another where he recorded exactly 52. He’s not getting by on unsustainable efficiency either, as the wideout has recorded at least six targets in all but two games. Even in last week’s 6-9 loss, Sanders still managed to record four receptions for 65 yards.
The Bills should have one of the better offenses in the league, and last week was probably an outlier. Sanders should see some better targets in Week 10, and he’s up against a subpar New York Jets defense. The Bills should win, but Mike White should make it competitive enough for Buffalo to have to throw the ball throughout the contest and not just run out the clock.
Laviska Shenault: UNDER 41.5 Receiving Yards
Laviska Shenault has been one of the biggest disappointments in the fantasy football world this season. The product of many a hype train, the former second-round pick just hasn’t been able to make it work in this offense. He’s only had four targets in each of the past few games, as Jamal Agnew, Dan Arnold, and Marvin Jones are clearly ahead of him in the pecking order. Jacksonville doesn’t have that many receiving yards to go around, so Shenault will have a hard time reaching 42 or more receiving yards.
Mike Williams: UNDER 63.5 Receiving Yards
Mike Williams set the world on fire during the first month of the season, but those days are long gone. Over the past three games, Williams has recorded just 15 combined targets for 27, 19, and 58 yards. Basically, this is the guy he always was prior to his hot start to the season. Assuming this usage continues, it’s going to be hard for him to reach 64 receiving yards.
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Courtland Sutton: UNDER 49.5 Receiving Yards
Courtland Sutton is a really good wide receiver, but there just aren’t enough targets to go around when Jerry Jeudy is on the field. In his three games with Jeudy, Sutton has recorded four receptions for 63 yards on nine targets. Those aren’t per-game averages – that’s his combined totals. Even though it’s last on this list, this is easily the safest bet of the week.
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