MNF Prop Bets: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers

MNF Prop Bets: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers

We’ll wrap up Week 4 of the NFL season with a fantastic AFC West matchup between the Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers. The Raiders come in with a perfect 3-0 record while the Chargers aren’t far behind at 2-1. In this article, I will identify the most profitable areas for MNF Week 4 prop bets.

The winner of tonight’s game will have first place in the division, so that is a little added incentive to the matchup. Let’s look at which bets have the best chances to win tonight:

MNF Prop Bets: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers


Darren Waller: Over 68.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

This might be the easiest prop bet of the night, considering how many targets will be funneled Waller’s way. The Chargers have been fantastic against opposing wide receivers, allowing only two of them to go over 60 yards this season. That means Waller is going to feast, especially if the Raiders are playing in catch-up mode. Chiefs TE Travis Kelce just went bananas against the Chargers last week, catching seven of his 11 targets for 104 yards.

Same Game Parlay: +1100

Chargers ML (-170)
Justin Herbert: Under 0.5 Interceptions (-160)
Derek Carr: Under 282.5 Passing Yards (-115)
Darren Waller: 68.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

For tonight’s Same Game Parlay, we’ll take the Waller prop bet on receiving yards and add some more to the ticket. I feel like the Chargers are going to dominate this game, as evidenced with 80% of the money coming their way. If that’s the case, Herbert probably won’t throw any interceptions. It’s also worth noting that Carr has failed to throw for 300+ yards in 13 of his 14 career meetings against the Chargers.

Tristan Vizcaino: Over 1.5 Field Goals (-105)

Alright, it’s the first field goal prop of the season on US Odds! If the Chargers are going to dominate tonight’s game, like I think they will, then there should be plenty of kicking opportunities as well. Vizcaino has kicked at least two field goals in two of his first three games, so we have that level of confidence in him. The -105 odds here are just too good to pass up.

Al Walsh
Al Walsh Chief Sports Writer