PrizePicks is a new daily fantasy platform that allows you to pick player props or fantasy points on various sports. Unlike other platforms, PrizePicks gives bettors many college football player props that can make that much more enjoyable Saturday night before Week 1 of the NFL. Here are some of the best lines for Week 3 of CFB player props.
Week 3 PrizePicks CFB Over/Unders | Saturday, Sept. 18
Sam Hartman — Over 256.5 Yards Passing
Florida State’s pass defense has allowed over 240 yards passing to Jacksonville State and 366 to Notre Dame. This game has a point total of 61.5 with a spread of 4.5, and unlike previous Wake Forrest games, they will not be up so early with no need to throw. Hartman has an average depth of target of 11.5 and 8.3 yards per pass attempt, which will be a big help for hitting the over.
Jaquarii Roberson — Over 84.5 Yards Receiving
Pairing both of these together makes a ton of sense, Hartman will need to look to Roberson a lot to hit these overs. Last season Roberson had over 100 yards receiving in five different games and went on a stretch of four straight over 130 to end the year. Wake Forrest has not been in competitive games this season, and in their first one the passing game should see an explosion.
Kenneth Walker III — Over 87.5 Yards Rushing
Michigan State is a 6-point underdog, but they should not be. Last week Miami came down to the wire with Appalachian State and gave up over 150 yards on the ground. This year Mel Tucker has Michigan State running on 57% of the plays, and in their one competitive game Walker received 23 carries for 264 yards.
Dameon Pierce — Under 33.5 Yards Rushing
Florida is playing Alabama as a 14.5-point underdog at home, but more importantly, Pierce is only receiving 13% of the team’s carries. Florida’s new offense features a much heavier approach to the running game, but that is because of the inability to throw the football. Alabama will be all over Florida’s rushing attack.
Brian Robinson- Over 68.5 Yards Rushing
Alabama is on the road and will look to ease Bryce Young into his first big road start by allowing Robinson to take some of the early workload. This game is supposed to be more competitive than Alabama’s first two matchups, allowing Brian Robinson to get more than the 11 carries he is averaging. Even if he only manages 15 attempts, he has averaged over 6.5 yards per carry and is in a good spot to hit the over here.
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