NFL Wildcard Player Props

by ASA, Inc.

Friday, Jan 13, 2023
Justin Jefferson Over 95.5 Rec Yard (-115)
Jefferson was elected a unanimous First Team All-Pro for good reason this year. The Giants 14th ranked passing defense will have its hands full with Jefferson who is currently averaging 102.5 yards per game in US Bank Stadium. He surpassed 97 yards in six of their nine home games this season. With the season on the line, the best receiver in football will have a heavy workload on Sunday.  

Jaylen Waddle Over 47.5 Rec Yards (-115)
Buffalo is the heaviest favorite of Wild Card weekend and will surely beat the Skyler Thompson led Dolphins at home. Yet, playing from behind should allow Waddle enough volume to surpass 50 yards, a feat he accomplished in twelve of seventeen regular season games. Waddle has 6 catches of 40+ yards this year and is averaging 80 ypg. Even with a major downgrade at quarterback, his yardage total could be easily eclipsed in one or two plays.    

Tyler Boyd Over 33.5 Rec Yards (-117)
Boyd has been the epitome of consistency over his seven year career so far. Again this year he is averaging 48 ypg, while embracing his role as the WR3 in an elite offense. Baltimore comes to town ranking 26th in passing yards allowed, giving up 232 ypg. The Ravens will do all they can to prevent Jamar Chase and Tee Higgins from getting opportunities outside the numbers, leaving the middle of the field exposed for Boyd to operate. 

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