Justin Herbert has quickly established himself as one of the best young quarterbacks in the NFL and he'll have a Monday Night Football showcase in Week 16 when the Los Angeles Chargers visit the Indianapolis Colts at 8:15 p.m. ET. Herbert has already made 11 primetime starts so far in his NFL career and he's averaging 292.4 yards per game while throwing for 24 touchdowns and seven interceptions in those contests. The latest NFL prop odds from Caesars Sportsbook list his over/under for total passing yards at 282.5 with both sides paying out at -117 (bet $117 to win $100).

So which side of the Herbert lines should you be playing as you place your Chargers vs. Colts prop bets? He's also rushed for two touchdowns in primetime games so should you be considering a sprinkle on Herbert as an anytime touchdown scorer at +500 in this week's Monday prop lines? Before betting any NFL props for Monday Night Football, you need to see the Colts vs. Chargers NFL prop predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

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With Chargers vs. Colts on Monday Night Football approaching, the model has evaluated the NFL player props from Caesars and found five strong NFL bets. You can only see them here.

Top NFL player prop bets for Colts vs. Chargers

After simulating Chargers vs. Colts 10,000 times and examining the dozens of player props from Caesars, the model is picking Colts quarterback Nick Foles Under 231.5 passing yards for a -129 payout. Jeff Saturday elected to bench Matt Ryan for the second time this season and will hand the reins over to Foles for the first time on Monday.

However, Foles won't have the benefit of balance with Jonathan Taylor (ankle) out for the season and he inherits an Indianapolis passing attack that has been incredibly stagnant in recent weeks. Ryan only passed for over 231.5 yards in one of the last five games (233 in a blowout loss to the Cowboys in Week 14) and averaged only 209.8 yards during that span.

Without Taylor in the lineup, expect the Chargers to divert safety attention to shutting down Michael Pittman Jr. on the outside. That should force Foles to work primarily underneath and it's a big reason why the model is only predicting that Foles finishes with 213 passing yards on average despite 34 attempts. See more NFL props here.

How to make NFL player prop bets for Los Angeles vs. Indianapolis

In addition, the model says another star sails past his total and has three other NFL props you won't want to miss. You need to see the model's analysis before making any Chargers vs. Colts NFL prop bets for Monday Night Football.

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