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Justin Jefferson player receiving, touchdown props
|Total Receptions||6.5 (+108)||6.5 (-148)|
|Total Receiving Yards||82.5 (-125)||82.5 (-109)|
|Longest Reception||27.5 (-117)||27.5 (-117)|
|First TD Scorer||+470|
|Anytime TD Scorer||-104|
|Player to score 2 or more TDs||+500|
Jefferson has gone over 6.5 receptions twice this season. He has one game with six targets, and otherwise has been at 11+ targets in three other games.
Jefferson has two games above 82.5 receiving yards, but has crushed on those two games, going over the century mark in both.
He has two receiving touchdowns this year, both coming in Week 1, and added a rushing touchdown in Week 4.
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Teaser, Green Bay -2 over NY Giants (in London) and MINNESOTA -1 over Chicago
WHEN: Green Bay-NY Giants at 8:30 a.m.; Minnesota-Chicago at noon. THE BET: $36 to win $30.
Teaser explanation: At most books, a bettor can parlay two teams in a “teaser” and get 6 points of cushion for each bet. However, it costs -120 to play and – like a parlay – both legs must hit to cash the ticket.
Last week, we won our big teaser and a few of those we didn’t list in this column, mostly because we involved Tennessee in all of them, and they not only covered the teaser, but covered their spread by winning outright at Indianapolis.
In Week 5, I am looking to put Green Bay in several teaser plays. I don’t quite understand why they are only an eight-point favorite against a Giants team that might not only be a little overrated in power points, but is likely down to their third-string quarterback, Davis Webb, as Daniel Jones (ankle) and Tyrod Taylor (concussion protocol) almost surely will be missing in London.
The best combo with the Packers seems to be the Vikings, who we would have liked at -7 had they not had just been coming from London following an emotional finish with the Saints. That being said, getting them in a teaser means they simply have to win, and against this incredibly limited offense for the Bears, we’ll go that route.
SCORE PREDICTION: Packers (-8) 29, Giants 19. (Over 41.)
Rushing top play: Dalvin Cook OVER 77.5 yards (-127) vs. Bears
This one feels like a no-brainer considering the Bears are currently the worst run defense in the NFL, so Cook should easily go over as long as his shoulder holds up.