By Steve Schwarz

Happy Thanksgiving. Let’s see if we can use to make it an even happier one for you. Here are four prop possibilities from Thursday’s games.

*Odds courtesy of DraftKings

1) Stefon Diggs, under 6.5 receptions, -145.

Diggs is coming off one of his worst games of the season, catching four balls for just 23 yards in a blowout loss to Indianapolis. He’s struggled for much of this season, having produced seven or more receptions just four times in 10 games. By contrast, he reached that level 11 times over 16 games in 2020. Additionally, the Saints have allowed the fewest receptions to wide receivers in the NFL, just 79 through 10 games.

SIS data predicts Diggs will catch 4.8 of 7.1 targets for 61.8 yards. The oddsmakers have the under at -145, but the true odds should be -378.

2) David Montgomery, over 16.5 receiving yards, -115.

In 2020 Montgomery caught 54 balls for 438 yards over 15 games. He hasn’t been on the field much in 2021 due to injury, but he’s healthy now and with Andy Dalton under center, he’ll likely use Montgomery as his favorite check down option.

SIS analysis has the running back catching 2.2 balls for 23 yards, almost 36% above the 17 yards required for the over.

3) D’Andre Swift, over 33.5 receiving yards, -115.

One of Swift’s best abilities is catching out of the backfield. He has 53 receptions for 420 yards and two scores this season. He’s caught 33-or-more yards in seven of 10 games.

Our analysis projects Swift seeing 6.6 targets with 4.8 receptions for 46.3 yards. The odds are -115, but he should crush the over total easily.

4) Tony Jones Jr., to score a touchdown, +450.

If you are looking for a long shot which pays well, we recommend Jones Jr. to score a touchdown. The oddsmakers have set the odds at +450, but our data shows that with starter Alvin Kamara set to be inactive and Mark Ingram not at 100% (knee issues),

Jones has a 21% chance of scoring on the ground and 17% through the air for a “fair market value” at +203.


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