Best Player Prop Bets For Thursday Night Football 09/16/2021

  • Antonio Gibson’s rushing total is set at 70.5 rushing yards with -130 odds on the OVER.
  • Daniel Jones has a passing yards total of 235.5 with a -115 betting line on both sides.
  • Dyami Brown has -120 odds to have OVER 2.5 receptions on Thursday.

SUMMERFIELD, Md. - The Washington Football Team will host the New York Giants on Thursday night. Certain factors of the game may allow specific players to have a big showing which brings betting value to a number of player props.

Antonio Gibson Rushing Yards: OVER 70.5

Antonio Gibson is the focal point of the Washington Football Team’s offense and should see plenty of opportunities to have a big game on Thursday night against the New York Giants. Online sportsbooks have set his rushing total in a spot that seems easily achievable.

Antonio Gibson Total Rushing Yards

  • OVER 70.5 -130
  • UNDER 70.5 EVEN

Gibson had 20 carries just two times in 2020 but was able to get 20 carries in Week 1 in which he tallied 90 yards. This seems to indicate that Washington will be giving Gibson a bigger workload more often than not this season. Gibson has reached 75+ yards every time he has seen 15 or more carries in his career. He should see the playing time as necessary as the WFT are already on to their backup quarterback.

Daniel Jones Passing Yards: OVER 235.5

Daniel Jones receives his fair share of criticism, but he often finds himself getting a decent number of yardage in the passing game. NFL betting sites have his total set relatively low in comparison to what he’s capable of.

Daniel Jones Total Passing Yards

  • OVER 235.5 -115
  • UNDER 235.5 -115

Jones is significantly better with Saquon Barkley on the field as he averages 249.7 yards per game with his star running back playing. Sure, the Washington defense is strong, but this number is well within reach for somebody who has a large number of weapons at his disposal.

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Dyami Brown Receptions: OVER 2.5

With Curtis Samuel out for a couple of weeks, somebody other than Terry McLaurin needs to be able to catch passes in the wide receiver room. Dyami Brown is likely the guy to take a step forward for his team.

Dyami Brown Total Receptions

  • OVER 2.5 -120
  • UNDER 2.5 -110

Brown saw four targets in Week 1 in what was the first game of his NFL career. As he continues to get more comfortable with the speed of the NFL, he should find himself in a position to make more of an impact. Do not be surprised if the team scripts a couple of plays to Brown early on to try and open up opportunities for McLaurin later in the game.

Kickoff is set for 8:20 p.m. EST Thursday, on the NBC Network.