- Noah Fant has a receiving yards total of 47.5 yards with -115 odds on the Over.
- Jonathan Taylor’s rushing total is set at 62.5 yards against the Los Angeles Rams.
- Bryan Edwards has a -115 betting line on Over 37.5 receiving yards.
LAS VEGAS - Often player props are the most exploitable lines each week and Week 2 is no different.
Noah Fant could be the biggest beneficiary of Jerry Jeudy’s injury. Fant was Teddy Bridgewater’s favorite target in Week 1, seeing a team-high eight targets.
With Jeudy absent for the next few weeks, he should be seeing a consistent workload as the safety valve.
Noah Fant Receiving Yards
- Over 47.5 -115
- Under 47.5 -115
The Denver Broncos receiving core was already kind of weak, but the recent injury should open up plenty of opportunities for Fant to hit this total.
He has 100+ yard upside so to get 47.5 as his line on NFL betting sites seems like a steal.
Jonathan Taylor Rushing Yards: Over 62.5
Jonathan Taylor is the focal point of the Indianapolis Colts offense and should see a big enough workload to reach his rushing total in Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Sports betting sites may not have set the total at nearly a high enough spot.
Jonathan Taylor Rushing Yards
- Over 62.5 -115
- Under 62.5 -115
Taylor hit this mark in each of the last seven games of his rookie season. While he didn’t hit this mark in the season opener, the team should realize quickly they’re better when he gets more touches.
As long as the game isn’t a blowout, Taylor shouldn’t have too tough of a time reaching 63 yards.
Bryan Edwards Receiving Yards: Over 37.5
Bryan Edwards was a popular pick to be a breakout fantasy football player and despite seeing just one target for the majority of the Monday Night Football game against the Baltimore Ravens.
He finished with four catches for 81 yards in Week 1.
Bryan Edwards Receiving Yards
- Over 37.5 -115
- Under 37.5 -115
Edwards led all of the Las Vegas Raiders in snap count and given his production late in the game, the team should put more of an emphasis on getting him involved in Week 2.
Edwards could be a person to keep an eye on for player pops for a while as if he keeps performing could see his totals start to raise.
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