With another full slate of games on tap this weekend, bettors have plenty of choices for their NFL Week 4 player props and anytime touchdown bets. The electrifying Lamar Jackson kicks us off, as we consider the damage he can do with his legs against the depleted Buffalo Bills.
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NFL Player Props & TD Scorer Picks for Week 4
Lamar Jackson TD (+145, FanDuel) | Over 55.5 Rushing Yards (-117, Caesars)
Jackson is on a mission. He rushed for 100 yards in each of his last two games after logging only six carries in an easy Week 1 win over the New York Jets. He increased his carries to nine and 11 in Weeks 2 and 3. Another 8-10 totes against a banged-up Bills side should yield the ground gains bettors need.
The struggle for the Bills — and the Ravens’ subsequent opponents — is that Jackson is passing at a high level too.
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Dameon Pierce TD (+150, DraftKings) | Over 59.5 Rushing Yards (-115, Caesars)
Pierce’s takeover of the Texans backfield continues. He carried the rock 20 times and scored his first career touchdown in Week 3. Don’t sleep on the Texans against a banged-up Chargers team playing on the road in the 1:00 p.m. ET slot. The Bolts are allowing 4.6 yards per rush, and Pierce can be expected to handle enough carries to eclipse the 60-yard plateau and find paydirt in a tasty matchup for underdog backers.
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Breece Hall TD (+210, FanDuel) | Over 60.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards (-115, BetMGM)
The Jets traveling to Pittsburgh is rarely an appealing scenario, but don’t discard Hall as an appealing wager. Hall racked up at least 61 total yards in two of three games despite sharing snaps. His playing time and usage are trending in the right direction, suggesting it’s only a matter of time before we see the full degree of his immense talent. Zach Wilson returns under center this week, perhaps adding an element of juice to the Jets offense.
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CeeDee Lamb TD (+150, FanDuel)
Lamb nearly had two touchdowns against the Giants on Monday night. He’ll need to make up for an ugly drop with a spike against the Commanders. Lamb is drawing a whopping 33.7% target share and was the intended receiver on at least 11 passes in each game. It’s difficult to imagine the Commanders — especially with the way they’ve served up production to opposing wide receivers — holding Lamb at bay on Sunday.
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Kyle Pitts TD (+170, DraftKings)
It took a couple of weeks, but head coach Arthur Smith finally realized that he needs to get the ball into the hands of his best player in order to win. The overall volume (eight targets) wasn’t impressive at first glance, but it accounted for 42.1% of the team’s target share. The odds for Sunday’s Browns-Falcons tilt suggest a closely contested affair with decent scoring. If that’s the way the game unfolds, Pitts should continue to see targets and have opportunities to find the paint.
David Njoku Over 36.5 Receiving Yards (-101, Caesars)
The Browns will not be mistaken for a team that airs it out offensively, but Njoku is No. 2 on the team in targets, receptions, and yardage. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett found success targeting him in Week 3, and his reliance on the big, athletic tight end should continue. Njoku is capable of creating mismatches and serving as an outlet for easy completions, something the Browns lost when Jarvis Landry departed. Finally, does sharing the field with Pitts — perhaps the most hyped tight end prospect in NFL history — add a little juice to Njoku’s preparation? That’s up to you to consider.
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