Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been making it look as easy as ever and the Awesemo NFL Player Props Tool is helping reward in stride. The Bucs face their stiffest test so far come Sunday when they venture out West to battle the Los Angeles Rams, while the player props for Brady & Co., remain plentiful. Let’s look at some of the best odds the market has to offer for Sunday afternoon’s marquee matchup while cross-referencing our tool for the best NFL prop bets.
Week 3 NFL Player Prop Bets: Tom Brady & Buccaneers vs. Rams
Tom Brady Over 301.5 Yards Passing (-114, FanDuel)
Tom Brady remains timeless at quarterback and the NFL Player Props Tool anticipates a textbook afternoon for the Tampa Bay QB. Given a player prop line of 301.5 passing yards, Brady forecasts to notch the over at a 59% expected win rate. With a projected 316.56 passing yards by the props tool, the over also carries a suggested 11.3% return on investment at -114 odds. Through two games Brady has thrown for 655 passing yards — 327.5 passing yards per game — on 56 completions. The Rams’ defense poses the most difficult task this season for Brady and the Bucs’ offense, ranking 10th against quarterbacks while allowing 244 passing yards per game and a 67.1% completion rate by opposing quarterbacks.
Chris Godwin Over 71.5 Yards Receiving (-114, FanDuel)
Chris Godwin has been Brady’s top target this season and coincides for an excellent outlook by the NFL Player Props Tool. Godwin draws a player prop of 71.5 yards receiving at -114 odds, while the tool insinuates he’ll cinch the over with a 61% expected win rate. As Godwin projects for 83.72 yards receiving against the Rams, betting the over boasts a 14.9% return on investment. Godwin has averaged 83.5 receiving yards on 13 receptions and 18 targets while carving out a team-leading 21.6% target share. With the absence of Antonio Brown, it’s loosely assumed Godwin will handle duties on both the perimeter and in the slot, which means he’ll deal with both Darious Williams and Jalen Ramsey. Although the Rams rank fourth in DVOA against wide receivers, the tool’s projection lends to the idea Godwin will get moved around enough in the Bucs scheme to find success on a prop line a bit too low.
Tom Brady Over 25.5 Completions (-114, FanDuel)
Considering the passing yards previously mentioned, it’s little surprise that Brady also projects well by measure of completion. Having a player prop of 25.5 completions, the NFL Player Props Tool gives Brady a 64% expected win rate to achieve the over. With Brady projected for 27.11 completions by the tool, the over is suggested a 20.5% return on investment at -114 odds. Brady’s managed 56 completions on 86 attempts for a 65.1% completion rate, and a 64% career rate. Though they’ve arguably yet to face a top-notch offense this season the Rams have allowed just one passing touchdown and 51 completions on 76 attempts. While the Bucs haven’t exactly faced a steel curtain in their first two games, Brady is firing on all cylinders, making the over too hard to ignore here.
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