TNF Player Props | The Cardinals at The Seahawks

Week 11 of the NFL season gets kicked off with a bang as the Arizona Cardinals travel to face the Seattle Seahawks in an NFC West battle. Three teams, including the Cardinals and Seahawks, are all tied at 6-3 atop the division.

A win here would go a long way in deciding who wins the NFC West, considering the Los Angeles Rams are facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday Night Football.

In this article, I will identify the best value in the player props betting market. As always, if you like one of these picks you can increase your bankroll for the game with free bet credits from Bet365 with promo code SIDES.

Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

Thursday, 8:20 pm | Watch: FOX/NFL Network
CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA

Betting lines from Bet365

ARZSpread: +3Moneyline: +145
SEASpread: -3Moneyline: -165

Tyler Lockett, David Moore – Receptions + Receiving Yards

Lockett went bananas against the Cardinals in Week 7 for a career-high 15 catches, 200 yards and 3 TDs. There’s no way that he’d be able to match that massive output, he can still be some type of big numbers up. After all, attacking the Cardinals in the middle of the field (particularly from the slot) has worked best this season.

Be sure to check in on the injury status of Lockett, who has a sprained knee (day-to-day). If Lockett cannot go, we can probably slide David Moore into this same spot- and he’ll probably get an easier number to hit on the props.

Kyler Murray – Rushing Yards

By now, we have all seen the talent of Murray on full display. Remember what it was like to use Michael Vick and the Atlanta Falcons back in Madden 04? Well, this is almost as good.

Murray has rushed for 60+ yards in all but two of his nine games this season. He even hit the 100-yard mark for the first time this season against Miami back in Week 9.

Although the prop numbers aren’t out yet, Murray will likely land somewhere in the 60s.

Russell Wilson – Passing Yards

Wilson has been much more effective at home this season, posting a 17 TD-2 INT ratio (126.2 QB Rating) as opposed to an 11 TD-8 INT (98.3 QB Rating) on the road.

The Cardinals are slightly worse than league-average against the pass. In fact, they allowed Wilson to pass for 388 yards in an overtime win. It will certainly be interesting to see how this all develops if Lockett does indeed miss the game.

Al Walsh
Al Walsh Chief Sports Writer