Here are five player props that standout to me on DK Sportsbook for the Week 10 NFL card.
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NICK CHUBB: 83.5 RUSHING YARDS
Chubb’s five-game streak of topping this number came to an end last week, but he’s in a bounce-back spot for Week 10 vs. Buffalo. The Bills have gotten steamrolled on the ground by Miami and Washington in the last two games at home, and Buffalo has a much more difficult task here on the road. Chubb rushed for 87 or more yards in every game from Week 3 through Week 8.
DEVIN SINGLETARY: 65.5 RUSHING YARDS
The Bills just made the commitment to feature Singletary in their offense. He saw 20 carries against Washington last week, turning them into 95 yards. The Browns have had a terrible defense against the run all season, which helps contribute to this number just being too low. When the Bills were featuring Frank Gore earlier in the year, he ran for 55 or more yards in five straight, topping this number in three of those games. Look for the rookie to see plenty of volume again.
LAMAR JACKSON: 70.5 RUSHING YARDS
Jackson had his best game of the year on the ground in Week 6 against the Bengals, going for 152 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. Cincinnati has a terrible run defense and no shot of containing Jackson in this game. Being a 10-point favorite should also mean keeping the ball on the ground more for Baltimore.
KYLER MURRAY: 254.5 PASSING YARDS
Murray hasn’t produced many yards through the air the last few weeks, but we know he can sling it for 300-plus. He topped 300 yards in the first two games of his career, and did it again in a good matchup against the Falcons in Week 6. Tampa allows the most DKFP to the QB position, and this one projects as a shootout. The Bucs also have a strong run defense, which could mean the underdog Cardinals have to throw the ball even more.
DEVONTA FREEMAN: 4.5 RECEPTIONS
Freeman’s averaging 5.2 receptions per game over his past five and Ito Smith (neck) has been placed on IR. That just means more snaps for Freeman, who brought in all eight of his targets last week. As massive two-touchdown dogs in New Orleans, Atlanta should have to resort to the pass often. That means plenty of check downs to Freeman.
The prop on Jaylen Samuels was yet to be released as of writing this on Saturday afternoon, but his reception total will be another one of interest.
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