- Jordan Addison has -115 odds to go over or under his 53.5 receiving yards projection on Sunday.
- Addison has -105 odds to go over 4.5 receptions against the Chicago Bears.
- The first-round pick has -110 odds to record a reception over 21.5 yards in Week 6.
CHICAGO – Jordan Addison takes over as the top receiver on the Minnesota Vikings offense with Justin Jefferson on injured reserve. Addison’s receiving yards projection is 53.5 yards against the Chicago Bears.
The battle between 1-4 teams is unlikely to impact any betting on the Super Bowl, but props for Addison offer solid betting value on Sunday.
Jordan Addison Receiving Yards Prop
- Over 53.5 Receiving Yards -115
- Under 53.5 Receiving Yards -115
Addison went over 53.5 receiving yards last Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins averages 299.6 passing yards per game, making Addison’s receiving yards prop valuable as his top target for Week 5.
The absence of Justin Jefferson hurts the Vikings Super Bowl 58 odds, but provides value to Addison’s receiving props. Justin Jefferson averaged over 142 receiving yards per game before injuring his hamstring against the Kansas City Chiefs.
It’s safe to assume Jordan Addison will take over a sizable portion of the receiving volume against the Chicago Bears. However, there are -105 odds for Addison to go over 4.5 receptions on Sunday.
Jordan Addison Receptions + Longest Receptions Props
Addison had over 4.5 receptions in two of his last three games with six receptions in both. His 18 targets across that stretch projects a big role on Sunday against the Bears.
Jordan Addison Receptions Prop
- Over 4.5 Receptions -105
- Under 4.5 Receptions -125
Kirk Cousins averages over 40 passing attempts per game this season. With Justin Jefferson out and an unreliable run game, Addison is a lock at Minnesota Super Bowl sites to go over 4.5 receptions on Sunday.
Jordan Addison Longest Reception Prop
- Over 21.5 Yards -110
- Under 21.5 Yards -120
Addison’s longest reception went over 21.5 yards in his first two games but hasn’t gone over that mark since. Addison’s speed makes him the deep threat without Jefferson in the lineup, giving value to the -110 odds for the over.
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