Best Prop Bets TNF week 8 2021

By Drew Phelps
Drew Phelps

The prime time games have been my savior this season. I had a 4-1 night on Monday between the Seahawks and Saints which brings my season long record up to 86-95. Let's hope that run continues on Thursday night between the Packers and Cardinals.

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Aaron Jones OVER 5.5 Catches +115 (1 Unit)

Aaron Jones OVER 44.5 Receiving Yards -115 (1 Unit)

These are bets that we had to get in on early because the numbers have been climbing. They opened at 4.5 catches and 30.5 receiving yards. There is a reason that everyone is jumping on these bets because they know that Jones will be the main weapon in the passing game for Aaron Rodgers as he'll be without both Davante Adams and Allen Lazard. Load up on Jones and I'd even put in on an anytime touchdown as well.



Rondale Moore OVER 5.5 Rushing Yards -120 (1 Unit)

This is kind of a sneaky bet. He is a dynamic wide receiver and Kliff likes to use him in different ways all over the field. In the three games previous to last week, he had rushes of 2-3-3 and yards of 9-38-10. The Cardinals did not need him against the Texans but they will tonight against the Packers. This is such a low threshold, he could get this on one end around.




James Conner OVER 45.5 Rushing Yards -120 (1 Unit)
James Conner ANY TIME Touchdown +100 (1 Unit)

Conner has been a fixture in the rushing game throughout the season. I think most people thought that Chase Edmonds would be the bell cow but he's earned his touches. He's cleared this rushing yards total in three of his last four games and he has six rushing touchdowns in the last five games. The Packers can get run on allowing over 120 yards per game.




Kyler Murray OVER 27.5 Rushing Yards -120 (1 Unit)

Kyler told us all before the season that he was not going to rush as much going forward. He has held true to that form this season. He has also been nursing a shoulder injury which has caused him to back down on his rush attempts. I think that changes tonight because the Packers are awful against the quarterback when it comes to running. They have let players like Jared Goff run for over 40 yards against them. Taylor Heinicke nearly ran for 100 yards against them last week. This is such a low number, I think he can get there tonight.