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The 3 BEST Quick & Easy Profitable Week 11 NFL Player Prop Bets Sunday Afternoon | Dak Prescott OVER 24.5 Passing Completions

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The Best FREE NFL betting advice and player props bets, picks and predictions for Week 11 gambling cards using expert ROI tools and data.

In this article, we will take a look at the best Week 11 NFL player prop bets from the 4 p.m. ET window. Using the Awesemo NFL Betting Player Props Tool, bettors can utilize it to maximize their profits and see which bets have the highest expected return on investment. Also, bettors can use OddsShopper to find which sportsbooks are offering the best prices for these player prop bets. Three bets stood out above the rest in the 4 p.m. ET window, so let’s see what best NFL prop bets are:

Week 11 Best NFL Player Prop Bets

Dak Prescott – Over 24.5 Completions, -120 (PointsBet)

Sunday’s matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs has the highest game total (56.5) by a wide margin. In fact, the next closest game total of the week comes in at 50.5. With that being said, we’re probably going to see plenty of production from the two quarterbacks. In essentially one half of meaningful football last week against the Atlanta Falcons, Dak Prescott went 24-for-31 with 296 yards and two touchdowns.

According to Awesemo’s NFL Player Props Tool, Prescott is projected to complete 26.5 passes with a 64% expected win rate and 17% expected return on investment. Only three different quarterbacks have exceeded 24.5 completions against the Chiefs this season, with four other signal-callers completing at 21-24 passes as well. With the expected frenetic pace in this matchup, Prescott should have the ball in his hands more than usual tomorrow.

Alex Collins – Over 49.5 Rushing Yards, -115 (DraftKings)

With Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson set to have season-ending neck surgery, Alex Collins will officially have the peace of mind in having the RB1 role. Collins had been dealing with a groin injury, but this is the first time in a while that he doesn’t have an injury tag attached to his name heading into a game. To the dismay of Seahawks fans, Collins hasn’t done yet much with the RB1 role, but he’s usually hovering right around the 40–50-yard mark in most efforts. The Seahawks are actually favored for the first time in their last seven games, so success from the entire offense is looking likely, and Collins could be productive with more opportunities.

According to Awesemo’s NFL Player Props Tool, Collins is projected to run for 49.5 rushing yards with an 81% expected win rate and 51% expected return on investment. Eight different running backs have exceeded 49.5 rushing yards in the Arizona Cardinals’ 10 games this season. Last week, Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey rushed for 95 yards on only 13 carries. If we’re going to pick on an 8-2 team, this is the best time to take advantage.

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Mecole Hardman – Over 23.5 Receiving Yards (DraftKings)

As mentioned earlier, the Cowboys-Chiefs matchup has the highest projected game total by a country mile. We don’t have to worry about the weather at Arrowhead Stadium, with the temperature expected to be in the mid-50s and winds right around 10 mph. That means the passing games should be on full display, with Prescott and Patrick Mahomes going back and forth up and down the field. The more passing attempts we see, the higher the likelihood that Mecole Hardman cashes in going over 23.5 receiving yards.

According to Awesemo’s NFL Player Props Tool, Hardman is projected to have 38 receiving yards with a 70% expected win rate and 31% expected return on investment. Hardman has exceeded 23.5 receiving yards in five of his last six games, and in seven of the last nine. Tyreek Hill will likely see plenty of attention from the Cowboys’ secondary, so the opportunities should certainly be there for Hardman.


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