- Mac Jones has -135 odds to have more passing yards than Matt Ryan
- Jones has a -125 betting line to have more passing touchdowns than Ryan.
- Ryan is a +125 underdog to have more completions than Jones.
ATLANTA - Mac Jones and Matt Ryan make up the quarterback matchup of the Thursday Night Football matchup in Week 11. The odds suggest Jones has a better chance to have the top performance.
Passing Yards Head-To-Head Matchup
Mac Jones has the shorter odds to have more passing yards in the head-to-head matchup with Matt Ryan. However, Ryan may be the one with a better chance to have more yards.
Ryan has thrown for more yards than Jones despite playing in fewer games. Bettors should take advantage of this line set by NFL betting sites.
Passing Yards H2H Odds
- Mac Jones -135
- Matt Ryan -110
Ryan averages 252.7 yards per game while Jones is averaging just 233.3 per game. Plus, Jones has thrown for fewer than 230 yards in four of the last five weeks while Ryan has thrown for 330+ yards in three of his last five games.
Passing Touchdowns Head-To-Head Matchup
Similar to the passing yards odds, those betting on the NFL can find Jones with the shorter odds to have more passing touchdowns. Again, that may not be the case.
Passing Touchdowns H2H Odds
- Mac Jones -125
- Matt Ryan EVEN
Ryan averages 1.7 touchdowns per game while Jones is averaging just 1.3 per game. Ryan has thrown for 2+ touchdowns six times in nine games compared to Jones who’s done so just four times in 10 games.
The matchup favors Jones, but the arm talent favors Ryan.
Passing Completions Head-To-Head Matchup
Ryan may have the biggest advantage in the passing completions department but has the longest odds of any of the head-to-head player props. Ryan averages 24.2 completions per game as opposed to Jones’ average of 22.3 per game.
Passing Completions H2H Odds
- Mac Jones -170
- Matt Ryan +125
Jones has completed fewer than 20 passes in three straight games and in four of the last five weeks overall. Ryan has completed 20 or more passes in eight of his nine games this season.
Ryan throws the ball much more than Jones which will naturally lead to more completions.
The game will begin at 8:20 p.m. EST and will air on FOX and the NFL Network.
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