Thursday Night Football Picks: Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks Prop Bets
This Thursday Night Football sees the Cardinals travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks. The Seahawks enter the game as three point favorites but anything could happen in this tense divisional clash between two offensive juggernauts.
Kyler Murray Passing Yards - Over 285.5 @ -110
Covering here won't be easy but Kyler Murray has the tools to land this one. He's only eclipsed this number three times this season but the key point here is that one of those occasions was against the Seahawks when they met earlier this year, where he passed for an outrageous 360 yards. Seattle's defense has been dreadful this year and given that they've averaged 353 passing yards allowed per game, you'd imagine the over lands here, even in a short week.
Carlos Hyde Rushing Yards - Under 55.5 @ -110
In the four games he's played for Seattle he's only managed to exceed half of this number once. He's coming back from injury and this will be his first game since the teams last met in Week 7. Alex Collins did okay last week, and Chris Carson could also return tonight. This looks set to be an RBBC and the sharp money is on the under here.
Anytime Touchdown Scorer - Alex Collins @ +450
Alex Collins is not a good running back, he's the definition of "just a guy", but he enters this game off the back of a touchdown against the Rams. We're not sure if Chris Carson is going to play, but even if he does then Collins still offers some value at this price. Seattle would want to manage Carson's workload, leading to Collins getting some reps and with his size you'd imagine he'd get goalline work.
NFL Expert Picks
1u - Kyler Murray Passing Yards - Over 285.5 @ -110
1u - Carlos Hyde Rushing Yards - Under 55.5 @ -110
1u - Anytime Touchdown Scorer - Alex Collins @ +450
NFL Free Picks
Week 11 sees us entering the business end of the season. Thursday Night Football is a divisional clash between the Cardinals and Seahawks and two MVP contendeners in Russell Wilson and Kyler Murray. With nine teams currently sat on 6-3 records we are likely to see teams begin to seperate themselves from the pack this week. The Titans trip to trip to Baltimore to the Ravens is a big game and one which is sure to feature a lot of rushing, elsewhere on Sunday we'll be keeping an eye on the Saints to see how Jameis Winston does as he steps into Drew Brees' spot because of injury. Sunday Night Football sees the Chiefs face the Raiders, looking for revenge after suffering defeat against Jon Gruden's teams earlier in the season. Monday Night Football rounds off the week as we see the Rams face the Bucs in an intriguing primetime clash.
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