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NFL Week 13 PrizePicks Player Predictions: Keenan Allen + More

Tootsie’s Picks: NFL Week 13 PrizePicks Player Predictions (2023)

by Rachel (@tootsiepop6)

Week 13. Wow. That’s really all I can say. Wasn’t it just yesterday that the season was kicking off? There are six teams on byes this week, which poses a challenge to fantasy football leagues and what props are available. Still, let’s take a look at a couple of interesting ones. Here are my best PrizePicks predictions for Week 13!

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NFL Week 13 PrizePicks Player Predictions

Jalen Hurts (QB, Philadelphia Eagles) Less Than 242.5 Passing yards

It feels sacrilege to take less on a prop for Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. However, in the last three games, he’s averaged only 185.7 passing yards per game. He’s going up against the tough San Francisco defense, allowing an average of 214.3 passing yards to opposing quarterbacks. This will also be a home game for the Eagles. Interestingly, this season Hurts has had fewer passing yards at home compared to away games (a difference of 10.2 average yards). I root for Hurts and his success, but this week I’m taking the under on this PrizePicks prop.

Brian Robinson (RB, Washington Commanders) More Than 39.5 Rushing yards

In the last five games, Washington Commanders running back Brian Robinson has averaged 57.2 rushing yards per game. Even though the Miami Dolphins are a tougher defense when it comes to the run, they’ve allowed an average of 78.8 rushing yards per game to opposing running backs. Robinson’s fellow back, Antonio Gibson, hasn’t been a big factor this season, so the majority of rushing yards belong to Robinson. This PrizePicks prop line is surprisingly low. Don’t hesitate. Let’s take the over for Brian Robison.

Keenan Allen (WR, Los Angeles Chargers) More Than 94.5 Receiving yards

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen has been a beast lately. In the last three games, he averaged 132.3 receiving yards. Allen and the Chargers are facing the New England Patriots. The Patriots’ defense has allowed an average of 166.5 passing yards per game to opposing wide receivers. With both Mike Williams and Josh Palmer out, there hasn’t been a viable WR2 for the Chargers. Quentin Johnston hasn’t become a thing like we all thought he would by now. It is solely the Keenan Allen show. I’m grabbing my popcorn, sitting back and smashing the over button on this PrizePicks prop.

Remember, with any PrizePicks play, follow your gut on the lines you agree with. Always play responsibly. And always, always make sure you’re having fun with it!

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*Photo Credit: Kirby Lee – USA TODAY Sports*

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