NFL Player Props | Week 13 WR Prop Bets

Week 13 of the NFL season is another opportunity for bettors to win some money in the prop betting market for wide receivers. Each of the three WRs in this article have some fantastic matchups, so we shouldn’t be shy about pulling the trigger on any of these players.

In this article, I will identify the best value props in the Wide Receiver market. As always, the odds in this article come to us via Bet365 Sportsbook.

Tyler Lockett (Seattle Seahawks) vs. New York Giants

Sunday, 4:05 pm EST | Watch: FOX
CenturyLink – Seattle, WA

Prop Bets Watch:

  • Over 59.5 Receiving Yards (-135)
  • Over 4.5 Receptions (-175)
  • Anytime TD (-125)

Lockett certainly owes us one after that three-catch, 23-yard performance on Monday Night Football last week against the Eagles. However, an opportunity is in the eye of the beholder- and he’ll certainly have just that in this matchup against the Giants.

We should expect fellow Seahawks WR DK Metcalf to draw shadow coverage from Giants CB James Bradberry, who is one of the best in the NFL. This would allow Lockett to move all over the field, from the slot to the outside, without drawing any tough matchups.

Look, it’s no secret that Lockett is essentially an all-or-nothing type of player. However, everything in this matchup lends itself to all types of optimism.

Robert Woods (Los Angeles Rams) at Arizona Cardinals

Sunday, 4:05 pm EST | Watch: FOX
State Farm Stadium – Glendale, AZ

Prop Bets Watch:

  • Over 64.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
  • Over 6.5 Receptions (+120)
  • Anytime TD (+125)

This is a matchup that Woods has thrived in plenty of times before. Last season against the Cardinals, he totaled 20 catches on 30 targets (30!) for 239 yards and a TD. In fact, this has been Woods against the one-legged man at the ass-kicking contest for a while now.

Most people think that Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson is still the lockdown defender that he once was, but that is certainly not the case. Peterson has been exploited multiple times this season, and Rams head coach Sean McVay knows just what to do in this situation.

Woods is starting to get back on the good foot, quite similar to how he backloaded a fine season last year. Over the last two games, Woods has 19 catches on 27 targets for 210 yards and a TD.

Davante Adams (Green Bay Packers) vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Sunday, 4:25 pm EST | Watch: FOX
Lambeau Field – Green Bay, WI

Prop Bets Watch:

  • Over 83.5 Receiving Yards (-130)
  • Over 6.5 Receptions (-130)
  • Anytime TD (-188)

Oh, what a surprise. It’s yet another week for Adams in this WR portion of the article, and it comes with good reason. Not just because I wrote up Aaron Rodgers in the QB portion of the prop articles, but this is a very advantageous matchup against the Eagles’ secondary. Not to mention, the direct matchup for Adams against Philly CB Darius Slay has produced profitable margins in recent memory.

Adams is doing unholy things to opposing teams, totaling 74 catches on 99 targets for 908 yards and 11 TDs. In fact, he has scored a TD now in six straight games- and in seven of his nine games this season.

Green Bay’s top WR has been targeted at least nine times in all but one game this season. This stands to be another one of those games, considering that Rodgers & Co. will look to establish success through the air in this matchup.

Al Walsh
Al Walsh Chief Sports Writer