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Davante Adams Under 71.5 Rec Yards (-137)
Adams has certainly had one of the most frustrating seasons of his career this year. Currently averaging just 63 yards, Oakland’s stud wide receiver has only topped 80 yards twice in 2023. In the last two games he has caught 5 passes for 45 yards. With Aidan O’Connell starting once again, there is zero clarity on the volume Adams will get since they have not shown any chemistry thus far. It would only be the fourth time in ten games Davante would have surpassed even 70 yards if he were to hit his yardage mark.
Christian Watson Over 37.5 Rec Yards (-117)
Green Bay’s offense ranks near the bottom of the league in most categories, having a serious lack of explosive plays without Aaron Rodgers. Watson, finally healthy for now, is relied upon to bring the pop to this offense. Pittsburgh is 8th worst against the pass, giving plenty of opportunity to the Packers best deep threat. Watson is too explosive not to have some big plays this season, and his yardage total for week 10 is reachable with just one chunk play from him.
Tony Pollard Over 65.5 Rush Yards (-137)
The Giants are terrible and Tony Pollard should get a very healthy workload this Sunday. Dallas destroyed the Giants in week 1 40-0 while Pollard had 14 carries for 70 yards. Tommy DeVito is starting for New York as they travel to Dallas which should, in theory, lead to a blowout. Pollard has not had as good of a statistical season as some anticipated, but he will look to rack up some yards in a positive game script that has Dallas favored by 17 points currently.
CJ Stroud Over 251.5 Pass Yards (-115)
Stroud went nuclear last week at home against Tampa Bay throwing for 470 yards and 5 TDs. He has been a main topic on every sports talk show this week, putting lots of pressure to see how he performs against the red hot Bengals. With his confidence at an all time high and his weapons (Collins, Dell, Schultz, Brown) looking much better than previously thought, expect another shootout in Cincinnati. Joe Burrow has been playing great and Houston’s defense could get shredded, but that would not be bad for Stroud as he’d be forced to throw even more than he usually does. Currently averaging 283 ypg, Stroud seems like a good bet to hit once again.