Fanelli’s Fave Five Prop Bets for SNF: Tennessee Titans vs. Green Bay Packersby Mike Fanelli December 27, 2020 0 comments
Tonight we have a matchup of division leaders as the 10-4 Tennessee Titans head to Wisconsin to take on the 11-3 Green Bay Packers. Depending on how things play out earlier in the day, the Titans could clinch the division title with a win, while the Packers could lock up the No.1 seed in the NFC Playoffs with a win. With plenty on the line for both teams, gamblers can expect a competitive, close game.
The team’s fan base and fantasy football players will have their eyes glued to the game, watching every play with the utmost attention. For gamblers, their only rooting interest is whatever will lead to money in their pocket. However, which bets should they place? Here are my five favorite prop bets for tonight’s game.
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Davante Adams to Score an Anytime Touchdown (-165)
Last week, Adams failed to score a touchdown against the Carolina Panthers, making it only the third game this season that he didn’t find the end zone. However, before that game, Adams had scored 12 touchdowns over his last eight games. Tonight, Adams should get back on track against the Titans. They have given up 16 touchdowns to wide receivers this season, including at least one in four straight games. Expect Adams to find the end zone at least once, if not twice, tonight.
Derrick Henry Over 103.5 Rushing Yards (-111)
Henry has been the best running in the league this season, averaging a league-high 120 rushing yards per game. He has rushed for 100 or more in 64 percent of his games this season, including five of his last six. Furthermore, Henry is averaging 147 rushing yards per game over his past five games, rushing for over 145 yards in back-to-back games. Meanwhile, the Packers have one of the worst run defenses in the league, giving up 92.6 rushing yards per game to running backs. They have given up 100 or more rushing yards in half of their games this season. Henry is the focal point of the Titans’ offense, and he should have no trouble rushing for over 120 yards for the third straight game.
Aaron Rodgers Over 2.5 Passing Touchdowns (+105)
Against the Panthers last week, Rodgers’ four-game streak with three or more passing touchdowns. However, he should start a new one tonight. Rodgers is averaging just under three passing touchdowns per game, throwing three or more in 71 percent of his games this season. Rodgers has more games this season with four passing touchdowns (five) than games with less than three (four). Meanwhile, the Titans have given up an average of 2.1 passing touchdowns per game this season. They have given up three or more passing touchdowns in about a third of their games this season, including at least three each to Gardner Minshew, Kirk Cousins, and Baker Mayfield. Rodgers is determined to win MVP, so expect him to throw at least three touchdowns tonight against a struggling Titans secondary.
Derrick Henry to Score an Anytime Touchdown (-230)
Entering Week 16, Henry was tied for the league lead with 15 rushing touchdowns. He also leads the league in runs of 20 or more yards. Henry has at least one rushing touchdown in nine of his last 12 games. Furthermore, Henry has six rushing touchdowns over his past four games. Meanwhile, the Packers have given up 13 rushing touchdowns to running backs this season. While the payout is far from ideal, Henry has scored at least once in four of his last five games. He is all but a guarantee to score at least once in this contest.
Aaron Jones Over 67.5 Rushing Yards (-110)
Coming off an injury, Jones struggled, averaging only 48.3 rushing yards per game between Week 9 and 11. However, over the last four weeks, Jones is averaging 108.5 rushing yards per game, rushing for 68 or more in all four games. Furthermore, despite inconsistent touches, Jones is averaging 80.7 rushing yards per game this season. Meanwhile, the Titans have struggled to slow down running backs this season, giving up 92.1 rushing yards per game to the position. They have given up 90 or more rushing yards to running backs in 57 percent of their games, including two of their last three. The Packers’ offense runs through Adams and Jones, so expect both to have big performances this week.
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