Week 11, baby! Can you dig it? I am just stupidly happy about all the fun football we get to watch. We are discovering which teams are actual playoff contenders and which are not. Some players are exceeding all expectations and making PrizePicks predictions extremely satisfying. Here are my best NFL PrizePicks player predictions for Week 11. Let’s go!
NFL Week 11 PrizePicks Player Predictions
Dak Prescott (QB, Dallas Cowboys) MORE Than 269.5 Passing Yards
For whatever reason, quarterback Dak Prescott took his time this season to show his prime form. In the last three games, he has averaged 360.7 passing yards per game. Prescott’s production last week against the Giants was beyond incredible, with 404 passing yards and four passing touchdowns. Going into this away game against the Carolina Panthers, the Dallas Cowboys and Prescott will want to build off that momentum and work their way towards notching a seventh win, continuing towards a playoff run. Let’s take the more than on this PrizePicks prop of 269.5 passing yards.
Derrick Henry (RB, Tennessee Titans) LESS Than 54.5 Rushing Yards
The Jacksonville Jaguars are a tough defense against the run, allowing only 63 rushing yards per game to opposing running backs. Derrick Henry is having an inconsistent year with the Tennessee Titans. In six of the nine games played, he totaled less than 97 rushing yards and averaged only 50.8 rushing yards in those six games. It’s interesting to note that five of these low-rushing games were also away games. Henry produces fewer yards on the ground in away games, and this one against the Jaguars is on their turf. I anticipate less than 54.5 rushing yards for Henry on this PrizePicks prop.
T.J. Hockenson (TE, Minnesota Vikings) MORE Than 56.5 Receiving Yards
Tight end T.J. Hockenson was unreal last week, achieving 134 receiving yards against the New Orleans Saints, all while dealing with a rib injury. His fight and vigor were on full display, and he just kept producing. Going into this week, the Minnesota Vikings are facing the Denver Broncos, whose defense is not great against opposing tight ends. They’ve allowed an average of 68 receiving yards. With new quarterback Joshua Dobbs at the helm, Hockenson is making a name for himself as an elite tight end. Smash the over on this PrizePicks prop of 56.5 receiving yards.
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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