Jared Goff player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 10 | Lions vs. Chargers

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Before Jared Goff hits the field Sunday at 4:05 PM ET on CBS, here are some key numbers you should know before you place a bet on his player prop bet markets. The Detroit Lions (6-2) and Goff face off versus the Los Angeles Chargers (4-4) in a Week 10 matchup from SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.


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Jared Goff Week 10 Player Props

  • Matchup: Detroit Lions at Los Angeles Chargers
  • Time: 4:05 PM
  • Date: November 12, 2023
  • Passing Yards Prop: Over 266.5 (-115)
  • Rushing Yards Prop: Over 1.5 (-118)

National Football League odds courtesy of BetMGM. Odds updated Thursday at 6:53 PM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

Goff Passing Stats and Trends

  • Goff throws for 271.8 yards per game, 5.3 more than his over/under on Sunday.
  • He has surpassed 266.5 pass yards four times across eight games played this season.
  • Goff’s 271.8 passing yards per game are 16.0 higher than his average prop bet (255.8).
  • Goff has gone over his passing yards total four times this year (50.0%).
  • He has a passing touchdown in seven of eight games this season, with multiple passing TDs in three of them.
  • Goff has been intercepted in five games this season (out of eight), but it was just one pick in each of those games.

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Lions Vs. Chargers Stats and Trends

  • The 286 passing yards the Chargers give up per game makes them the NFL’s worst pass defense this season.
  • The Lions are averaging 259.3 passing yards per game on offense this season (sixth in NFL), and they are surrendering 220.1 passing yards per game (15th) on the defensive side of the ball.
  • Defensively, the Lions have been a top-five unit in terms of rushing yards, ranking second-best by giving up only 76.8 per game. They rank sixth on offense (131.4 rushing yards per game).
  • The Lions are gaining 5.8 yards per play (sixth in the league), while allowing 5.5 per play on the defensive side of the ball (17th in the NFL) this season.

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