Week 14 player props and anytime touchdown scorer bets are now available at online sportsbooks, and this week’s slate of games features a ton of rewarding prop options to win some cash.
Before you rush to your betting app and aimlessly pick prop bets, try your luck at a few props that we have in store for you, including Deshaun Watson to struggle at the hands of divisional and state rival Cincinnati Bengals.
Player Props & TD Scorer Bets for NFL Week 14
Deshaun Watson Longest Pass Completion Under 36.5 Yards (-110, BetMGM) | Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-155, BetMGM)
Take two years off from playing football, and you’re probably going to perform like how Watson did against his former team in the Houston Texans last week. The rusty star quarterback logged just 131 passing yards and one interception, while throwing for 6.0 yards per pass attempt.
Aside from a 27-yard completion to Donovan Peoples-Jones, Watson didn’t connect on a pass of more than 13 yards for the entire day. That’s not going to cut it against a Bengals team that has one of the best pass defenses in the NFL.
The Browns scored three touchdowns last week – all by the defense. As for Watson, he went scoreless against a mediocre Texans defense. Cincinnati isn’t Houston; it’s better.
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The Bengals allow 0.9 passing touchdowns per game. That’s tied for the third fewest in the league. What’s more, they’ve given up multiple passing scores just once in the entire season. They held quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes, Tua Tagovailoa, and Lamar Jackson to just one passing touchdown apiece.
Watson is supremely talented, but you can’t expect him to return to his apex as an elite touchdown thrower by just his second game.
Also read: Browns vs. Bengals Odds & Prediction
Justin Jefferson Over 93.5 Receiving Yards (-115, Across the Board)
After pit-stopping in Sauce Island, New York last week, the Griddy master is ready to remind everyone that he’s the best wide receiver in football, and what better opponent to do it against than the tissue-soft Lions defense.
Wide receivers shine when they match up against Detroit, which allows the second most receiving yards to players at that position in the league (188.0). Most recently, the Lions secondary had given up 96-plus receiving yards to an opposing receiver in each of the past three contests.
Jefferson’s the second leading receiver (1,277 yards) in the league, and he’s gone over 93.5 receiving yards in eight of 12 appearances this season. Now, he logged a season-low 14 yards receiving against Detroit back in Week 2, but he’s come a long way since that forgetful performance. He also doesn’t seem like the kind of player that gets shut down twice.
Josh Allen Under 256.5 Passing Yards (-115, DraftKings)
Josh Allen’s MVP chances aren’t the only thing that has dwindled in recent weeks. The normally explosive passer hasn’t been racking up the same amount of yards that he had been doing at the beginning of the season.
Buffalo’s quarterback has fallen under 256.5 passing yards in four of his last five games, and is averaging 237.7 yards through the air over that same span.
That trend should continue against a New York defense that does a great job at keeping the skies of flying footballs. The Jets, led by projected All-Pro corner Sauce Gardner, allow the fourth fewest yards per pass attempt (5.8) and sixth fewest in passing yards per game (194.3).
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