- Ryan Tannehill has -115 odds to have UNDER 212.5 passing yards.
- Jimmy Garappolo’s passing touchdown total has a -115 betting line on both sides of 1.5.
- D’Onta Foreman has -115 odds to have more than 50.5 rushing yards.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Ryan Tannehill, Jimmy Garappolo and D’Onta Foreman have some of the best player prop betting lines in the Thursday Night Football game.
Ryan Tannehill Passing Yards Total: O/U 212.5
Tannehill hasn’t been very productive in the passing game as of late, falling short of the number set by online sportsbooks in each of the last three weeks. It’s possible that the total is simply set too high.
Ryan Tannehill Passing Yards Total
- OVER 212.5 -115
- UNDER 212.5 -115
He’s also had fewer than 213 yards in four of his last six games. He’ll be playing the San Francisco 49ers defense that’s allowing just 213.2 passing yards per game which is seventh-best in the NFL and is surely bound to give Tannehill issues.
Jimmy Garappolo Passing Touchdown Total: O/U 1.5
Garappolo has been consistent in passing for multiple touchdowns, doing so in five of his last seven games. Despite doing so on such a consistent basis, NFL betting sites have left generous odds on his OVER.
Jimmy Garappolo Passing Touchdown Total
- OVER 1.5 -115
- UNDER 1.5 -115
The Tennessee Titans are allowing 1.4 passing touchdowns per game which is just about league average. Garappolo has been hitting this number way too often and is playing against a bad enough defense to confidently bet the OVER.
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D’Onta Foreman Rushing Yards Total: O/U 50.5
Foreman has established himself as the lead back in the Tennessee backfield after losing Derrick Henry to an injury. There are rumors of Henry potentially coming back to the team this week, but if not, Foreman’s rushing yards total can be considered a near-lock.
D’Onta Foreman Rushing Yards Odds
- OVER 50.5 -115
- UNDER 50.5 -115
Foreman has run for 100+ yards twice in the last three weeks, making 50.5 yards seem insulting given his production.
Even if Henry were to play, the chances of him receiving a full workload in his first week back are slim. Foreman will in all likelihood have a role in the offense and he may only need a handful of carries to reach this total.
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