Heading into a loaded Week 14 slate, what better way to capitalize than with some financial gains from hitting the best prop bets on the board? I’m going through the noon games and am bringing you the best props you can find on the Fanduel Sportsbook.
Arizona Cardinals at New York Giants
Kyler Murray – Over 36.5 Rushing Yards (-110)
The Cardinals have dropped three straight, with Murray failing to eclipse the 36-yard rushing mark in every one of those losses. In the four games prior to the rough stretch, he ran for at least 61 yards in each contest.
Desperately needing a win, I expect both Kyler and Coach Kingsbury to rely on Murray’s ability to pick up yards on the ground when necessary. Murray seems like a strong bet to go well beyond this over.
Houston Texans at Chicago Bears
David Montgomery – Over 65.5 Yards Rushing (-110)
The Texans have made a habit out of getting eaten alive by opposing running backs this season. They’re 31st in the league in rushing yards allowed, meaning even the Bears could have a big day on the ground against them.
Montgomery is coming off of back to back good performances on the ground and is in a prime position to make it three in a row this week. There’s no reason he shouldn’t hit the over by the end of this one.
Dallas Cowboys at Cincinnati Bengals
Giovani Bernard – Under 56.5 Yards Rushing (-110)
It’s not ideal to be taking a running back’s under against the worst rushing defense in the entire NFL, but here we are. Bernard hasn’t hit 60 yards rushing since Week 8, which was the only time he did this season.
The Bengals don’t have the O-line to create holes, passing game to create space, or running back to make things happen in this one. Even the lousy Cowboys defense will be able to contain Bernard.
Kansas City Chiefs at Miami Dolphins
Tyreek Hill – Under 78.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
Strength meets strength in this one, as the Dolphins’ stellar pass defense goes head to head with Patrick Mahomes and his offensive weapons. Hill has spent most of the season lighting up opposing defenses, but that won’t be the case against Miami.
The Dolphins have done well against opponent’s top WR’s all season. That has included: DeAndre Hopkins (three catches for 30 yards) and Keenan Allen (three catches for 29 yards & a TD). Expect Mahomes to be looking elsewhere in Week 14, leading to a low yardage output from Hill.