The Green Bay Packers are coming off a BYE week and will take on the Denver Broncos on Sunday with a chance to gain some momentum this season.
If you want to find out the odds for the game, as well as my best, you can check it out in my full betting preview here.
In this article, we're talking player props and I have three locked in for the game that I highly recommend tailing.
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Player props for Packers vs. Broncos
- Jordan Love OVER 19.5 completions (-130)
- Russell Wilson UNDER 220.5 passing yards (-120)
- Preston Smith OVER 0.5 sacks (+130)
Jordan Love OVER 19.5 completions (-130)
Jordan Love has had issues completing passes this season. His completion percentage sits at a lowly rate of 55.6%. He has also only gone over 19.5 completions in two of his five starts this season.
Luckily, he's well poised for a bounce back game in this department. The Broncos are allowing 24.8 completions per game while also allowing the highest completion percentage in the NFL at 76.41%. If there's any team Love can hit 20 completions against, it's the Broncos.
Russell Wilson UNDER 220.5 passing yards (-120)
The strength of the Packers defense is their secondary, which has allowed just 6.0 yards per pass attempt, the ninth best mark in the NFL.
It's also important to note the Broncos have been throwing the ball less and less the past few games. Their season-long pass play percentage is 61.26%, but over the last three games that rate has dropped to 58.44%.
Russell Wilson is averaging only 217.5 passing yards per game this season, so as long as he doesn't go above his season average, this bet will cash.
Preston Smith OVER 0.5 sacks (+130)
Preston Smith has just one sack this season, but this is a great spot for him to get a second. The Broncos are allowing a sack on 9.31% of Russell Wilson's drop backs, which ranks 26th in the NFL.
The great thing about Smith's sack total being set at 0.5, is that if he can even manage to record just half a sack, this bet will push and we'll get our money back. With that being said, I think he's a great bet to record at least one full sack.
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