Amon-Ra St. Brown player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 10 | Lions vs. Chargers

USA Today

Here are the key trends and stats you need to know about Amon-Ra St. Brown and his player prop bet options. He’ll take the field Sunday starting at 4:05 PM ET on CBS. St. Brown and the Detroit Lions (6-2) take on the Los Angeles Chargers (4-4) in a Week 10 matchup at SoFi Stadium.

[affiliatewidget_smgtolocal]

Catch all the NFL action on DISH!

Amon-Ra St. Brown Week 10 Player Props

  • Matchup: Detroit Lions at Los Angeles Chargers
  • Time: 4:05 PM
  • Date: November 12, 2023
  • Receiving Yards Prop: Over 84.5 (-115)

National Football League odds courtesy of BetMGM. Odds updated Friday at 2:52 AM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

St. Brown Receiving Stats and Trends

  • St. Brown is averaging 95.0 receiving yards, 10.5 more than the prop bet of 84.5 set for Sunday.
  • He has collected over 84.5 receiving yards in five of seven games this year.
  • St. Brown has put up 20.6 more receiving yards per game (95.0) than his average over/under (74.4).
  • St. Brown has hit the over on his receiving yards prop bet in 71.4% of his games (five of seven).
  • He has had a touchdown catch in three of seven games this season, but had only one TD in each of those games.

Bet on Amon-Ra St. Brown and other players at BetMGM.

Lions Vs. Chargers Stats and Trends

  • The Chargers have the NFL’s worst pass defense this season, allowing 286 yards per game through the air.
  • From an offensive standpoint, the Lions rank sixth in the NFL with 259.3 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, they rank 15th in passing yards allowed per contest (220.1).
  • The Lions rank sixth in rushing yards this season (131.4 rushing yards per game), but they’ve been playing really well on defense, ranking third-best in the NFL with 76.8 rushing yards allowed per game.
  • The Lions are putting up 5.8 yards per play on offense, which ranks them sixth in the NFL. On the defensive side of the ball, they rank 19th, allowing 5.5 yards per play.

Articles You May Like

Meet the Newest Detroit Lion Kicking Sensation From the UFL, Jake Bates
Brian Branch odds to win 2024 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
Barry Sanders reveals a recent health scare with his heart
Penei Sewell was the only offensive tackle to accomplish this feat last season
Ranking Matt Patricia in the pantheon of terrible coaching hires

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *