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3 Quick & Easy Profitable Week 6 NFL Bets for Sunday Afternoon | Kyler Murray OVER 26.5 Rushing Yards




Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray finally broke his silence about the reported rift between him and the team heading into the offseason

In this article, we will take a look at the best Week 6 NFL player prop bets from the 4 p.m. ET window. Using the Awesemo NFL Betting Player Props Tool, bettors can utilize it to maximize their profits and see which bets have the highest expected return on investment. Also, bettors can use OddsShopper to find which sportsbooks are offering the best prices for these player prop bets. Three bets stood out above the rest in the 4 p.m. ET window, so let’s see what best NFL prop bets are:

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Week 6 NFL Player Props & Best Bets

Kyler Murray: Over 26.5 Rushing Yards, -115 (PointsBet)

Things have been chaotic for the Arizona Cardinals heading into their Week 6 matchup with the Cleveland Browns. The Cardinals are heading into a tough road environment without their best pass-rusher, starting center, head coach and quarterback coach. Without the latter three, Murray may have to make things up on the fly — the best way to do that is with his legs.

According to Awesemo’s Player Props Tool, Murray is expected to blow right past his projected total of 24.5 rushing yards. This prop bet has a 77% expected win rate with a massive 43% expected return on interest. The Browns just allowed a season-high 29 rushing yards to Los Angeles Chargers QB Justin Herbert last week.

Teddy Bridgewater, Over 244.5 Passing Yards, -120 (BetMGM)

Speaking of disarray and chaos, Bridgewater will get a sweet matchup against a Las Vegas Raiders team that lost two football games and a head coach in a span of seven days. Teams haven’t really been moving the ball through the air against the Raiders. However, the Raiders’ lack of focus can open the door for the Denver Broncos’ offense to hit on a few big plays that rack up the yards.

According to Awesemo’s Player Props Tool, Bridgewater is projected to go nearly 20 yards over his projected total of 244.5. Aside from an abbreviated game against the Baltimore Ravens, he has thrown for at least 235 in every game — that being the absolute low-end of the spectrum.

Dalton Schultz: Under 44.5 Receiving Yards, -115 (DraftKings)

Schultz has been great for the Dallas Cowboys, but the New England Patriots pass defense ranks among the best in the NFL. The Patriots allow the fourth-fewest pass yards per play and per game, so the Cowboys may struggle in that regard. New England is allowing the fewest yards to tight ends on the season, with only one tight end (Cameron Brate: 29) approaching 30 receiving yards in a game.

According to Awesemo’s Player Props Tool, there is a high probability (67%) Schultz goes under in both 44.5 receiving yards and 4.5 receptions. His projection of 3.8 catches and. 38.05 receiving yards leaves him slightly short in this matchup but nets a 25% expected return on investment.

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