Once again, we’re back with another week of the best player prop bets in the NFL. Let’s hit the ground running and hopefully make some money off the following player prop bets for Week 11 of the 2020 NFL season:
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson OVER 0.5 Interceptions (-110)
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson has had a marvelous season so far. For the first half of the 2020 season, Wilson was the frontrunner to win the NFL MVP award. Unfortunately, a few rough weeks have dropped Wilson down a few notches in that race.
In their first matchup this year, the Cardinals beat the Seattle Seahawks by a field goal in overtime. Wilson threw 3 INTs along with 388 yards and 3 TDs. However, his turnovers were the difference in that game.
Star QBs Russell Wilson and Kyler Murray meet once more in a clash for the NFC West’s top spot. Here’s what to watch for in Cardinals-Seahawks on “Thursday Night Football,” via @TCNGrantGordonhttps://t.co/UGbuq7EwL0 pic.twitter.com/I87usFcHVS
— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) November 18, 2020
On the season, Wilson has thrown at least one interception in six of his nine games. In fact he’s thrown two picks or more in three of his last four contests.
In 17 career games against the Cardinals, Wilson has 8 INTS. Yet, four of them have come in the last four matchups. I expect Wilson to throw the ball a lot in this game, which should lead to at least one INT.
Cardinals QB Kyler Murray Over 1.5 Touchdown Passes (-209)
In nine games this season, Murray has 17 TD passes. In five of those nine contests, he has thrown for more than one TD in a game. In three of his last four games, Murray has thrown for two or more TD passes.
Against the Seahawks in Week 7, Murray had 3 TD passes along with 360 yards. It was his best performance of the 2020 season so far.
In his career, Murray is averaging 1.3 TD passes against the Seahawks. I believe he will throw for two TD passes in Week 11 as this game will most likely be a shootout just like in Week 7.
Cardinals RB Kenyan Drake OVER 47.5 Rushing Yards (-118)
Arizona Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake has had an up and down season so far, largely due to a few injuries that have slowed him down along the way. However, he’s gone over this rushing mark of 47.5 yards in six of the eight games he’s played.
The two games where Drake failed to go over 47 rushing yards were due to injuries. He left the Week 7 Seattle game with an ankle injury and had only 34 rushing yards.
On the season, Drake has compiled 612 rushing yards which breaks down to 76.5 rushing yards per game.
Seattle is allowing 95 rushing yards per game. However, that’s not because they have a great rush defense. Instead, it’s due to their terrible pass defense which is giving up a historic 364.7 passing yards per game.
I expect Kenyan Drake to rush for at least 50 yards in this matchup. Arizona will need some balance in order to execute their play action passing attack.
Ben Roethlisberger Over 1.5 TD Passes (-200)
Big Ben has been putting up solid numbers in 2020 after missing all of the 2019 season. It’s one of the reasons why the Steelers are the only unbeaten team in the NFL.
After nine games, Roethlisberger has 2,267 passing yards along with 22 TDs and just 4 INTs. He’s averaging 2.4 TD passes a game and has only failed to throw for more than one TD in just one game this season, which was against the Browns.
.@_BigBen7 spoke to the media about recent games against the Jaguars, motivation to win, the WRs, winning AFC Offensive Player of the Week and more.
— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) November 18, 2020
In eight games against the Jaguars, Big Ben has averaged 1.5 TDs per game. They last played in 2018 and he threw for 2 TDs. In half of his eight career games against the Jags, Big Ben has thrown for 2 TDs or more.
This year, the Jaguars are one of the worst teams in the NFL at 1-8 on the season. If it weren’t for the 0-9 Jets, the Jaguars would be at the bottom of the league.
Jacksonville gives up 289 passing ypg and 30.1 ppg. That bodes well for this Steelers passing attack.
I expect Big Ben and Pittsburgh to come out and put up a lot of points in the first half and cruise to a blowout. Ben has thrown 2 or more TD passes in four straight games including throwing four last week against the Bengals.
Ben Roethlisberger Under 277.5 Passing Yards (-115)
Although I believe this Pittsburgh Steelers passing attack will crush the Jaguars secondary, I don’t see Big Ben throwing for close to 300 yards. I believe he will come in under 277.5 passing yards this weekend.
On the season, Big Ben has gone over this mark just three times. For the season, he’s averaging 251.8 passing yards per game.
In his career, Roethlisberger is averaging just 239 passing yards per game against the Jaguars.
Because Jacksonville’s defense is so bad, I believe that Pittsburgh will be able to gain a lot of yards on the ground. The Jags allow over 131 rushing yards per game.
Pretty much, this Steelers offense will be able to do whatever it wants on Sunday. Look for Big Ben to come close to 250 passing yards and 3 TDs as the Steelers blow out the Jaguars.
Chase Claypool Over 45.5 Receiving Yards (-112)
If Roethlisberger and the passing attack is going to have a big game against the Jacksonville Jaguars then wide receiver Chase Claypool will definitely be one of the reasons why.
This rookie WR has become one of Big Ben’s favorite targets and has had a solid season so far.
In nine games, Claypool has tallied 500 receiving yards which breaks down to 55.5 ypg. He’s gone over 45 receiving yards in five games this season including two weeks in a row.
I don’t see the Jaguars being able to slow down this Steelers offense. Furthermore, I don’t see any of the Jaguars defenders being able to matchup with the size and speed of Chase Claypool. He could have a big game this weekend.
As a longtime freelance writer, avid sports fan, former athlete, and experienced sports bettor, Rick Rockwell has risen up the ranks at GamblingSites.org to become the self-professed “King of the Blog” in his first year with the site. …