The Week 3 Monday Night Football doubleheader features four teams that have appeared in the last three Super Bowls. At 7:15 p.m. ET, the Eagles will visit the Buccaneers, and then at 8:15 p.m. ET, the Rams will visit the Bengals. Two games gives anyone making NFL props plenty of choices. Some of the most popular NFL player props include Matthew Stafford's passing yards at 252.5, Jalen Hurts' rushing yardage at 44.5, and Chris Godwin's reception total at 5.5.
There's much that goes into which side of the NFL props you should back, including recent performances, expected game flow and the opponent. Even those experienced with the NFL prop bets could find unbiased NFL advice helpful. Before betting any NFL props for Monday Night Football, you need to see the Monday Night Football NFL prop predictions powered by SportsLine AI.
Built using cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques by SportsLine's Data Science team, AI Predictions and AI Ratings are generated for each player prop. The AI predictions are determined by statistically learning from each player's historical data then quantitatively evaluating the strength of the opponents defense by assigning a numeric value out of 100 called a matchup score.
Once a prediction is formulated, the AI rating is generated using the prediction, the matchup score, and the odds of the market. For example, you could see a 5-star rating on an over bet if a player is facing a poor defense, their prediction differs from the line and there are favorable odds.
In addition, SportsLine AI is the first fully automated predictive model at SportsLine. It continuously refreshes on the most recent available data and can help you spot the biggest discrepancies in the lines. Its under bets cashed at a 67% clip in Week 1, bringing a commanding $4,277 for $100 bettors. Last week, SportsLine AI went an astounding 19-9 on its 5-star prop picks, and it is 105-70 for a $1,592 profit on 4.5 and 5-star prop predictions for the season.
For Monday Night Football, the model has evaluated the NFL player prop odds and provided Week 3 NFL prop picks for every available prop market. You can only see the AI player prop predictions for Monday Night Football here.
Top NFL player prop bets for Monday Night Football
After analyzing both MNF games and examining the dozens of NFL player props, SportsLine AI says Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans goes over 53.5 receiving yards. Evans has exceeded that bar in his last six home games and in five of his last six primetime games. He's coming off 171 receiving yards against the Bears, while the Eagles just allowed 159 receiving yards in Week 2 to Justin Jefferson.
Pass defense was a strength of Philadelphia last season, but has been arguably the team's biggest weakness in 2023. The Eagles have allowed the second-most passing yards in the league and the fifth-most passing yards to opposing receivers. Philly's defense led the league in sack percentage last year, but ranks fifth-worst in 2023. All of these trends and tendencies have been taken into account by SportsLine AI, which has Evans easily going over 53.5 yards by finishing with 132.5 on average. See more NFL props here.
How to make NFL player prop bets for Monday Night Football
In addition, SportsLine AI says another star sails past his total and has 18 other NFL props rated four stars or better. You need to see the model's analysis before making any Week 3 NFL prop bets for Monday Night Football.
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