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Fading Fitzpatrick and More Week 11 Head to Head NFL Player Prop Bets

Week 11 brings us some stellar matchups — the Eagles are playing for their playoff lives against the Saints, while the Rams and Chiefs face off in a game that has the highest Vegas point total (63) in history.

We’re dip our toes into both games as we outline our best head to head props of the week at MyBookie.

Be sure to check out more player prop bets over at Bet the Prop throughout the weekend.

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Jared Goff > Ryan Fitzpatrick, Passing Yards

1 Unit to Win .71 Units

Coming off a 400-yard home performance against the Redskins, Fitzpatrick looks slightly over valued heading into a much less promising spot this week.

He’s not the same quarterback on the road, and that’s where he’ll find himself this week, facing a Giants pass defense giving up the 11th-fewest passing yards.

  • Fitzpatrick averages 41 attempts and 406 passing yards at home.
  • Those totals plummet to 25 attempts and 245 yards in games away from Tampa.

That includes the Week 4 road game in which he was pulled against the Bears, but with what we’ve seen from the Buccaneers this year, we can’t completely rule out a repeat benching.

Playing against the high-flying Chiefs in game with the highest Vegas point total of all time (63.5), Jared Goff is the closest thing to a slam dunk at QB this week.

The Chiefs not only score a lot, they do it quickly, leading to tons of opportunity for the opposing QB — KC has surrendered the most attempts, most completions, and most passing yards in the league.

David Johnson > Mark Ingram, Rushing Yards

1.5 Units to Win 1 Unit

Mark Ingram faces the Eagles, and we’ve been fading rushing attacks against Philadelphia on a weekly basis with mostly good results, although we did get burned badly by Ezekiel Elliot’s big Sunday night stomping.

Still, Philadelphia has given up the second-fewest rushing yards in the league and other than Elliot and Saquon Barkley, they’ve completely stymied opposing backs.

I’m happy to keep working that angle with Ingram, who is averaging just 12.6 carries since returning from suspension.

Meanwhile, David Johnson’s usage is hitting new heights under new offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich. He had 21 carries and a season-high nine targets in Week 10, and as a four-point favorite against the Raiders, is well positioned to see a ton of rushing work yet again.

Donte Moncreif > Mohamed Sanu, Receiving Yards

1 Unit to Win .87 Units

I’ll take Moncreif’s floor over Sanu’s all week, every week, regardless of the matchup, and especially at even money (after the juice).

But as it happens, the matchup is working in our favor too.

  • Moncrief faces a Steelers defense that has been particularly vulnerable to outside WRs, giving up 80-plus yards to six different WRs.
  • Moncrief is averaging a nice 69 yards per game on 7.1 targets over his last six games, including a mysterious three-target, zero-yard clunker against the Cowboys.
  • Speaking of those Cowboys, that’s who Sanu will be facing on Sunday, a team that’s given up the sixth-fewest yards to WRs.
  • Sanu is averaging 57.2 yards on 5.5 targets over his past six, but he’s gone under 50 yards in four-straight games.

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