Cole Kmet receiving yards prop, touchdown prop for Thursday’s Bears vs. Washington Commanders game

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Cole Kmet player receiving, touchdown props

Total Receptions2.5 (-139)2.5 (+102)
Total Receiving Yards29.5 (-115)29.5 (-119)
Longest Reception16.5 (-108)16.5 (-127)
First TD Scorer+1100
Anytime TD Scorer+290
Player to score 2 or more TDs+2500

Kmet trends:

Kmet has seen an increase in targets: from two through his first two weeks to 10 in the past three weeks. He’s gone over 2.5 receptions in each of his past two games.

Kmet has gone over 29.5 receiving yards in two of his past three games.

Through five games, Kmet has zero touchdowns.

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John Sahly

John Sahly

John Sahly is the digital editor for the Shaw Local News Network. He has been with Shaw Media since 2008, previously serving as the Northwest Herald's digital editor, and the Daily Chronicle sports editor and sports reporter.