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Handicapper and player props expert John Hyslop has found the best NFL player props for Week 6. Read on to find out why he's eyeing Jeff Wilson, Mecole Hardman, and others this Sunday.
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Best NFL Week 6 Player Props: Jeff Wilson, Mecole Hardman, and More

We've seen all-star teams. We've seen dream teams. But we have yet to see a team of guys make us as much money while collecting as much street credit as the All-Slop Team. It just isn't done, nor can it be. I've scoured the Week 6 slate. I've gone through every injury report and press conference I possibly could. I literally had to in order to make the All-Slop team this week. Lucky for us, when I was done, it was clear who had what it takes to be on the squad this week. I'll warn you. If you don't like stuffing cash in your pocket all day, quit reading this right now. Because you'll need a Brink's truck to make your next deposit at the bank. These guys are going to make it rain.

All-Slop Team - Week 6 NFL Player Props

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Any football team needs a quarterback, and the All-Slop Team is no different. This week, I'm giving the kid, Kenny Pickett, a try. Now many people will say, "what about Tampa's defense?" What about them? Yeah, they're good, but I think the Buccaneers will smash the Steelers in this game. Keep in mind the Buffalo Bills have a pretty good defense too. Pickett took them for 300+ because of the game script alone. The kid went back to pass 30+ times in the second half alone in that game. If that happens this week, he's going 250+ easily.

I thought about going with Rhamondre Stevenson but ultimately settled on Jeffrey Wilson. For starters, I think the Niners will have success on the ground against Atlanta. We've seen Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt combine for 160+ against the Falcons. Alvin Kamara and Tayson Hill went 120 on them. Both of those games were in Atlanta, where the Falcons give up over six yards per carry. Wilson could go off Sunday.

This next one is the most disrespectful line I've ever seen in my life. I can tell you with certainty that Mecole Hardman will have way more than 27 receiving yards on Sunday. Just because he got hurt against the Los Angeles Chargers but decided to play through the pain is no reason to saddle him with a 26.5 (+100) line. That's bullshit, really. The guy just went 4-73 last week. He limped off at one point in the game, but he came back. I bet he gets this on one play. If not, he'll get it on volume because this game should be a fireworks show.

Finally, we need our tight end, and look no further than Adam Trautman. I love a guy who can fly under the radar, and Trautman does it better than anyone. Although he almost blew his cover last week by showing out with a nice touchdown grab. It looks like the books still haven't really caught on, and with Michael Thomas and Jarvis Landry out, we get another crack at a short line. Only three teams in the NFL have given up more receiving yards to the tight end position than the Cincinnati Bengals, so the matchup is right. This guy is going to cash this in the first half.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.

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