- Justin Fields’ passing yards total is set at 189.5 yards with -115 odds on both sides.
- He has a -115 betting line on either side of his 17.5 completions total.
- Fields’ passing touchdown mark is set at just 0.5 with -250 odds on the OVER.
CHICAGO – Justin Fields hasn’t been putting up the big numbers that fans had hoped for. Sportsbooks are giving Fields’ prop betting totals some respect, but maybe too much of it.
Justin Fields Passing Yards: O/U 189.5
Despite Justin Fields only having broken 190 yards in a game once in his five starts this season, NFL betting sites have his passing yards player prop set with that number.
Justin Fields Passing Yards
- OVER 189.5 -115
- UNDER 189.5 -115
This has been a tough number for Fields to reach already, and given the matchup, things aren’t going to get too much easier.
The San Francisco 49ers have the fifth-best passing defense in the NFL. They’ve only allowed the opposing quarterback to throw for 190+ yards once in the last three weeks.
Justin Fields Completions: O/U 17.5
Fields has only completed more than 17 passes once this season and did so last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Those betting on the NFL can find generous odds on Fields to continue his struggles in the completion department.
Justin Fields Completions Total
- OVER 17.5 -115
- UNDER 17.5 -115
Fields is completing just 57.3% of his passes this season meaning he needs about 31.4 passing attempts to hit the OVER if his averages hold true.
He’s only surpassed 27 passing attempts once this season.
The game script is somewhat favorable as the Chicago Bears are 4.0-point underdogs but maybe not enough to result in many extra pass attempts.
Justin Fields Passing Touchdowns: O/U 0.5
The passing touchdown total for Fields seems to be set at the right number, but maybe not with the right odds. Of Fields’ five games as the starting quarterback, he’s yet to throw for multiple touchdowns and has only thrown one touchdown twice.
Justin Fields Passing Touchdown Total
- OVER 0.5 -250
- UNDER 0.5 +185
Considering Fields is throwing for a touchdown in just 40% of games but has -250 odds, it just seems too optimistic. He may very well throw a touchdown, but a +185 line on something happening more often than not is too valuable to pass on.
The Bears and 49ers game will start at 1 p.m. EST on Sunday with coverage available on FOX.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.