7 Underdog Fantasy Prop Picks for Week 10
With a very “exciting” TNF matchup between the Bears and the Panthers in the books, it’s time we get our slips ready for this weekend’s NFL slate! With that being said, there are a lot of powerhouse teams that are on BYE this week, so be sure to adjust bets and fantasy lineups accordingly.
Week 10 byes:
- Kansas City Chiefs
- Los Angeles Rams
- Miami Dolphins
- Philadelphia Eagles
It’s crazy to think that we are already past the half-way point of the season, it feels like just yesterday that I was begging summer to end and football to start. Now we are mid-way through the script, and it has been quite the season for the NFL across the board.
With that being said, let’s jump into some Underdog Fantasy Prop Picks for week 10!
Amon-Ra St. Brown OVER 6.5 Receptions (@LAC)
Typically when looking at WR props, I tend to go with the yardage prop. I love when a big play can hit a prop, it tends to give me hope throughout the whole game. BUT, I really like this one for Amon. Especially because this is a very intriguing game, it should be very high scoring as both teams have dynamite offenses. Amon has hit the over on this prop figure 3/7 games this season, but the chargers lack of CB talent has me thinking this one will hit. He has had at least 7 targets in every game this season, and has hit 10+ targets 3 times thus far. Coming off a bye week and getting some more offensive help back (David Montgomery), I think the Lions will have a nice offensive day and Amon will benefit.
TE Sam Laporta OVER 50.5 receiving yards (@LAC)
I really like this slate for “O” props, obviously. Laporta is a certified dog, and he is going to take advantage of what has been lackluster coverage by the Chargers against TE’s all season. In fact, they have allowed roughly 69 yards per game to TE’s in 2023… Laporta hits this one.
WR Quentin Johnson OVER 30.5 receiving yards (vs LAC)
I really debated putting this one in here, just because I have already put two props in here from this game… But, I just could not miss this one too. With WR Joshua Palmer recently being placed on IR, rookie first round draft choice, Quentin Johnson, is primed for a bigger role. With that in place, and this potentially being a high scoring affair, I think Johnston will have more opportunities to hit this number than he has all season. It’s time.
WR Jaxon Smith-Nijigba OVER 40.5 Receiving Yards (vs WAS)
The Commanders have not been good against opposing WR’s all of 2023… In fact, they are allowing 189.22 yards per game to opposing WR’s alone. With that in mind, they now have to travel across the country to play in one of the league’s loudest stadiums… Seattle is also coming off a rough loss to the Baltimore Ravens, I think this team is poised and mature enough to have a nice bounce back win here and Nijigba will have opportunities to hit this prop.
WR Cee Dee Lamb OVER 77.5 Receiving Yards (vs NYG)
With the Cowboys being 16 point favorites, from that alone, we can tell the clear differences in talent between these teams. Lamb has been on an absolute tear as of late, and there is no reason to think this stops now. He has had over 117 yards receiving each of the last three games… Look for him to take advantage this week and add to his career year.
RB Breece Hall OVER 86.5 Rushing & Receiving Yards (vs LV)
This is an exciting SNF matchup… I’m shocked they did not flex, but with the Raiders making headlines recently, it may be fun to watch them on TV. But this prop feels really good to me, Breece has the speed that this Raiders defense lacks (in ways) and could easily take a carry or catch to the house at any point. This game should be relatively evenly matched because of the Jet’s abysmal QB play, which leads me even more to believe that this prop will hit. With his increased workload recently, there are plenty of reasons to believe this one should hit. It could in one play with Breece Hall.
QB Will Levis OVER 221.5 Passing Yards (@ TB)
Rookie QB Will Levis has looked pretty good his first two career games, and has surprised a lot of people. He’s even hit the over on this prop twice already this season… and there is no reason for me to think he doesn’t again against a Buccaneers defense that recently got torched by CJ Stroud. The Bucs have allowed on average, 294.5 YPG to opposing QB’s this season. Although there isn’t much on tape yet from Levis, the signs have been there that this guy can sling it in this league. Levis hits this one.
Good luck to you all in week 10! See you next week.