The Green Bay Packers' offense had major question marks entering the 2023 NFL season. After losing future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers and leading receiver Allen Lazard to the Jets, the Packers were pinning their hopes in unproven players in the passing game. The Packers are 2-2 to open the season as they prepare to play the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday Night Football against a defense that has allowed 28.3 points per game over its last three games. Could this lead to strong Green Bay performances for anyone making bets on NFL player props?
Romeo Doubs, a fourth-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, leads the Packers in receptions (20), targets (33), yards (224) and touchdowns (three). Doubs has a receiving yard total of 47.5 yards in the latest Monday Night Football NFL prop bets and NFL player props. Before betting any NFL props for Monday Night Football in Week 5 or entering selections on sites like PrizePicks, you need to see the Packers vs. Raiders 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.
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For Raiders vs. Packers on Monday Night Football, the model has evaluated the NFL player prop odds and provided Packers vs. Raiders prop picks for every available prop market. You can only see the AI player prop predictions for Green Bay vs. Las Vegas here.
Top NFL player prop bets for Raiders vs. Packers
After analyzing Packers vs. Raiders and examining the dozens of NFL player props, SportsLine AI says Packers quarterback Jordan Love goes under 233.5 passing yards. Love, in his first year as the Green Bay starting quarterback, is averaging 225.3 passing yards per game and completing 56.1% of his passes. Love, who studied under Rodgers for his first two seasons, has learned how to extend a series with his legs. He rushed for 39 yards on nine attempts against the Saints in Week 3 and has two rushing touchdowns on the year.
The Raiders have one of the worst run defenses this season, allowing 134.2 yards per game, which is the seventh-most in the NFL. Even when Rodgers was the quarterback, the Packers still tried to maximize their run game under coach Matt LaFleur.
The Raiders are allowing only 202.8 passing yards per game. With this matchup, SportsLine AI expects a lesser passing performance from Love on Monday Night Football, projecting 179.4. That puts him well below the current prop total of 233.5, making it one of the 4-star picks for Monday's game. See more NFL props here.
How to make NFL player prop bets for Green Bay vs. Las Vegas
In addition, SportsLine AI says another star sails past his total and has three other NFL props rated four stars or better. You need to see the model's analysis before making any Raider vs. Packers prop bets for Monday Night Football.
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