NFL Week 5 Player Props: Rhamondre Stevenson, James Robinson to Dominate on the Ground

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We suffered through a brutal Thursday Night Football game, but our two unders saved us as we split the four picks. There’s nothing really else to say except Russell Wilson and Matt Ryan are absolutely brutal.

Last Sunday, I went 3-3 on my posted picks, extending my record to 19-12 overall. Follow us on Instagram for additional picks throughout the afternoon.

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We thought Chris Olave was an easy cash at this same number last week, but the Red Riffle didn’t come through for us. We also missed the over by a few inches on the final drive when Olave was ruled out of bounds. We get the Rifle again this week, but when he started targeting the rookie, good things happened. Let’s hope the duo gets it done against a soft Seahawks defense that got torched by Josh Reynolds and TJ Hockenson last week.


I’m going back to the well this week, aka targeting the Texans’ run defense. They’re the 32nd-ranked defense in the league and allowed Austin Ekeler to wake up last week after getting dismantled by Khalil Herbert. James Robinson is slowing down a bit and his rushing metrics are down, but he’ll easily exceed 63 yards on the ground against this pathetic excuse of a defense.


Daddy Davis is healthy and #back for the first time since Week 1. This past week was the first time Davis practiced in full since injuring his ankle after the season opener. With Jamison Crowder out and Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) banged up, expect a bomb or two to come Davis’ way. The Bills offense gets a favorable matchup against the Steelers and they need it after underwhelming last week against the Ravens. Gabe is going for over 100 and at least a score today. Book it.


To be honest, I love this over and Damien Harris’ over of 63.5 rushing yards. The two running backs get a Lions’ rush defense that’s allowed 165 yards per game and is coming off a game against the Seahawks where they allowed 235 on the ground — highlighted by 151 yards and two touchdowns on only 17 carries by Rashaad Penny. The Patriots are going to be conservative with Bailey Zappe under center and both of these studs will eat.

Others to add to your Pick ‘Em: Bailey Zappe under 218.5 passing yards; Christian McCaffrey over 38.5 receiving yards; Will Dissly over 18.5 receiving yards; Kenny Pickett over 200.5 passing yards; Devin Singletary over 51.5 rushing yards; George Pickens over 41.5 receiving yards;


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