Best Prop Bets Monday NT week 9 2021
It was a 9-12 Sunday Slate for us. That brings my total for the season to 109-135. A lot of craziness in the NFL yesterday from the Browns beating down the Bengals, to the Jaguars knocking off the Bills to the night caps of the Derrick Henry-less Titan beating the Rams in LA. Let's get into the Monday Night matchup between the Steelers and Bears.
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BEARS @ STEELERS
Najee Harris OVER 79.5 Rushing Yards -115 (1 Unit)
Najee Harris OVER 19.5 Rush Attempts -115 (1 Unit)
Over the last three games, Najee Harris has gone 23 carries for 122, 24 carries for 81 and 26 carries for 91. Big Ben's arm is trash and they are going back to an old school style of ground and pound with Harris. Chicago for the season is allowing 125 yards per game on the ground and over the last three it's up to 160. I mean how can you not like those numbers?
Diontae Johnson OVER 22.5 Longest Reception -115 (1 Unit)
I know I just got done saying that Ben Roethlisberger's arm is trash but he can throw a 10 yard slant and if he catches Diontae in stride, he has the ability to take it to the house. Johnson has been over this in every game he's played this season except Week 1 (five games in a row). He is a target machine for Big Ben getting 13 in each of the last two games.
Justin Fields OVER 37.5 Rushing Yards -110 (1 Unit)
Justin hit the century mark in rushing yards last week against the 49ers. He has been over this total in three straight games. I do worry that Matt Nagy is back on the sidelines to screw up the mojo that he's got working but I'll take the shot anyways. He has to run to keep this offense moving, especially with T.J. Watt chasing him down all night.
DK WEEKLY SPECIAL Justin Fields & Najee Harris OVER 124.5 Combined Rushing Yards +125 (1 Unit)
Why would I not like this bet? I've already explained why I like both Fields and Harris over on their rushing yard props. This seems like an easy plus odd bet for tonight but nothing is ever guaranteed when it comes to the NFL.