The Washington Football Team had just 179 net passing yards last week against the Carolina Panthers, but wide receiver Terry McLaurin was on the receiving end of 103 of them. Washington has won its last two games and McLaurin will try to lead his team to a third on Monday Night Football against a Seattle Seahawks team that has lost five of its last six. McLaurin is one of the biggest names in the matchup, but does that make him worthy of backing in your Washington vs. Seattle Monday Night Football NFL player props?
The latest NFL prop bets from Caesars Sportsbook list the over-under for McLaurin receiving yards at 65.5. He's gone over 100 yards in two of his last four games, but has finished with fewer than 60 yards in the other two. Before betting any NFL props for Monday Night Football, you need to see the Washington vs. Seahawks prop predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.
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Top NFL player prop bets for Washington vs. Seahawks
After simulating Washington vs. Seahawks 10,000 times, the model predicts that Seahawks quarterback Taylor Heinicke goes under 241.5 passing yards. The Seahawks have allowed 605 passing yards over the past two weeks to Green Bay and Arizona, but only gave up 663 combined passing yards in the three games before that. In 10 games and nine starts this season, Heinicke has averaged 239 passing yards per contest.
Heinicke had thrown for at least 256 yards in the three games prior to last week, but he didn't need as many yards last game with three touchdown passes in a win. The game script could be similar again this week, as Seattle's opponents have enjoyed strong run-pass balance on offense throughout the season. Washington has increased its rushing attempts over the last three weeks and relied less on Heinicke's arm.
SportsLine's NFL model also says that Seattle wide receiver DK Metcalf goes over 63.5 receiving yards. Washington has given up the seventh-most yards this season to opposing wide receivers and the third-most receptions to the position. The model predicts Metcalf and quarterback Russell Wilson will get back on the same page on Monday Night Football, and the former finishes with 68 receiving yards.
How to make NFL player prop bets for Seattle vs. Washington
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