Week 14 of the 2022 NFL schedule will wrap up with the Arizona Cardinals hosting the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. Both teams are coming off back-to-back losses, but the Cardinals had an extra week of prep since they’re coming off a bye week. Does that mean you can expect Kyler Murray, DeAndre Hopkins and James Conner to be well-rested as you bet NFL player props?
Caesars Sportsbook lists Hopkins’ over-under for total receiving yards at 77.5 in their Patriots vs. Cardinals NFL prop bets. Hopkins has hit that total in five of the six games since his return to action following a six-game suspension to start the year, but the Patriots have only allowed six receivers to surpass that mark so far this season. Is that a value or should you shop other NFL props? Before betting any NFL props for Monday Night Football, you need to see the Cardinals vs. Patriots NFL prop predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.
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With Patriots vs. Cardinals on Monday Night Football approaching, the model has evaluated the NFL player props from Caesars and found five strong NFL bets. You can only see them here.
Top NFL player prop bets for Cardinals vs. Patriots
After simulating Patriots vs. Cardinals 10,000 times and examining the dozens of player props from Caesars Sportsbook, the model says Patriots quarterback Mac Jones goes under 226.5 passing yards. The second-year pro out of Alabama missed a month with an ankle injury and then was benched in the first half of his return to action against the Bears. But he’s been given the job back and remained as the starter the last five weeks.
However, Jones has only surpassed 226.5 yards in two of the six games he’s played since his return from injury, and in all four of those games in which he failed to reach that mark, he finished with fewer than 200 yards through the air. In addition, Jones has failed to reach 40 pass attempts in a game this season.
New England is a 1.5-point favorite in this game, so look for a relatively conservative game plan from the Patriots to bait the mistake-prone Cardinals. The model is projecting that Jones only attempts 30 passes and finishes with 216 yards on average. See more NFL props here.
How to make NFL player prop bets for New England vs. Arizona
In addition, the model says another star sails past his total and is all over three other NFL player props. You need to see the model’s analysis before making any Cardinals vs. Patriots NFL prop bets for Monday Night Football.
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