SNF Prop Bets: 3 Bets To Win in Bears at Rams Game

Allen Robinson is one of our top SNF prop bets for Week 1
Allen Robinson is one of our top SNF prop bets for Week 1

Now that the NFL season is underway, we can finally shift our attention to the SNF Prop Bets for Week 1. Sunday night’s matchup will feature the Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams. This will be the first game in a Rams uniform for QB Matt Stafford, and opposite sideline, Bears QB Justin Fields will just look to make it on the field in some capacity.

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Top Sunday Night Football Prop Bets For Week 1

Darrell Henderson Anytime TD + Rams Win (+123)

I don’t expect this to be a high-scoring game, but I do expect the Rams to get the win. If that’s the case, we should certainly see Henderson find his way into the end zone, and he is the player with the best odds to find paydirt in the game. Henderson finds himself thrust into the bell-cow role, meaning that we shouldn’t really see guys like Sony Michel cut into his workload. Take the Rams with confidence to win on the moneyline.

Cooper Kupp – Over 5.5 Receptions (-110)

The Bears’ defense is absolutely stout, there’s no denying that. However, we’re probably looking at a situation where Stafford is throwing a lot of shorter passes. Kupp will be there with open arms, pun intended, to snag as many targets as possible. Chicago’s defense is strong in the middle, with numerous talented linebackers that can make life difficult for Kupp, but he is more than capable enough to get the job done. Keep in mind, this is Stafford’s first game with LA, so that means that check-down throws are certainly a realistic possibility.

Allen Robinson – Under 5.5 Receptions (-145)

This is going to be a tough matchup for Robinson against Rams CB Jalen Ramsey, hence why we’re seeing such zaftig juice on the odds. LA was one of only three teams in the NFL to allow under 200 passing yards per game last season. It is certainly worth noting that Chicago will likely start QB Andy Dalton, making Robinson’s outlook a lot less optimistic. A-Rob has become a premier name in the NFL over the last couple of seasons, so these smarter defenses are going to focus on him a lot more.

Al Walsh
Al Walsh Chief Sports Writer