NFL Week 6 has arrived and we’ve got the most up to date props on the market. It’s going to be a fun one, with the potential highlight on Thursday night as feathers and fur will fly in a meeting between the Eagles and the Panthers, each entering this game atop of their respective divisions, with the victor either tied for, or holding, the best record in the conference. The week also has the Packers vs Vikings and Steelers vs Chiefs, but as the 2017 season has shown us this far, any game can be a shocker and deliver both entertainment and real money value.
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Most Up to Date NFL Week 6 Prop Bets for the 2017-18 Season
Will DeShaun Watson Pass for Over 250 Yards?
Will Deshaun Watson Throw for 3 or More Passing Touchdowns + Interceptions?
Will DeAndre Hopkins Record a Touchdown?
Will Will Fuller Record More than 50 Receiving Yards?
Will The Cleveland Browns Throw a 1st or 2nd Quarter Touchdown Pass?
Will Duke Johnson Have Over 50 Rushing+Receiving Yards?
Will Tom Brady Throw 3 or More Touchdown Passes?
Will Tom Brady Pass for Over 325 Yards?
Will Rob Gronkowski Have More than 75 Receiving Yards?
Will Rob Gronkowski Record a Touchdown?
Will Josh McCown Throw 3 or More Touchdown Passes + Interceptions?
EXPIRED (from Thursday Oct 12/2017)
Who Will Throw A Touchdown Pass First – Carson Wentz or Cam Newton?
Wentz (-105) / Newton (-120)
Wentz threw a career-best four touchdown passes, allowing the Philadelphia Eagles to soar to a 4-1 record in a 34-7 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday (Week 5). Newton on the other hand, used Week 5 to score the 50th rushing touchdown of his career, making him the first quarterback to ever accomplish the unimaginable (back in the day) feat. Newton also has two consecutive games with three-plus touchdown passes. This is a tough one to call – so you call it (and make some dough in the process).
Will Caron Wentz Pass for Over 250 Yards?
Yes (-140) / No (+110)
The young QB completed 21 of 30 passes for 304 yards, four touchdowns against Arizona in the highest-rated game of his career. Looking to extend that Eagles’ record to 5-1, 250+ yards is fully expected.
Will Carson Wentz Record 25 or more Completions
Yes (+120) / No (-150)
Going 21 of 30 passes in Week 5, Wentz is likely to go for big numbers against Carolina. The Panthers defense is in a bit of a weird space at the moment, performing strong for three-quarters but falling off in the 4th over the past couple of weeks. Defensive coordinator Sean McDermott will be focusing on final quarter antics, so look for Carolina D to step up through the entire game, holding Wentz to under 25 completions here in Week 6.
Will LeGarrette Blount Record a Touchdown?
Will Zach Ertz Record 6 or More Receptions?
Hertz finished against Arizona with six receptions for 61 yards, giving him a total of 32 receptions this season. The tight end has been targeted nearly ten times per game, with at least five catches in each game of the 2017 season. Philly will play a tough Carolina team here in Week 6, but with the Panthers allowing 70 percent completion rate (most of this happening in the 4th) you can expect Ertz to be a big factor once again in the Eagles passing game.
Will Cam Newton Pass for Over 250 Yards?
The QB threw for 355 yards and three touchdowns in Week 5 as Carolina emerged with a 27-24 victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. While the Eagle’s defense is quite underrated, it seems like a safe bet that Newton will throw for over 250, but not more than 300.
Will Will Cam Newton Throw 2 or More Touchdown Passes?
Most likely. And the only reason we didn’t include a rushing TD prop for Newton is because we don’t like to just give away money so easily.
Will Christian McCaffrey Record Over 75 Rushing+Receiving Yards?
Running back McCaffrey rushed three times for just seven yards in Week 5 against the Lions, and added 31 yards from five receptions. The measly 38 yard total doesn’t bode well for those who place a lot of stock on prior week carryover when betting player props. So, bet the EVEN on this one.
Will Kelvin Benjamin Record a Touchdown?
The wide receiver extended over the Lion’s top corner Darius Slay in Week 5 to reel in a beauty of a pass from Newton to score a 31-yard touchdown. Since Newton will be throwing for over 250 yards (scroll up) in Week 6 look to Benjamin to record a TD. Place your Benjamins on this prop accordingly (sorry, easy pun).
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