- Donovan Peoples-Jones is owned in just 13% of fantasy leagues.
- Nyheim Hines player prop odds had his touchdown line set at 0.5.
- Jordan Howard is owned in 13% of fantasy leagues.
CLEVELAND – Week 9 of the NFL season had tons of players with standout performances. Three players in particular that stood out were Donovan Peoples-Jones, Nyheim Hines, and Jordan Howard.
One way to dive deep into the value that each of them brings to the table is by their player prop odds that are given by online sportsbooks.
Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Cleveland Browns
Donovan Peoples-Jones should be at the top of the target list being that he has moved up on the Cleveland Browns depth chart with Odell Beckham being released. Week 9 marked the Browns first game after his release and Peoples-Jones did not disappoint.
He was targeted deep as he caught two of three targets for 86 yards and one touchdown. His performance was good for 16.6 fantasy points.
He hit the Over in both of his NFL player prop odds as he went Over 32.5 receiving yards and Over 0.5 touchdowns.
Peoples-Jones is worth an add in 12-team formats as he could be a viable plug-and-play option. He can be added with ease as he is available in 87% of leagues.
Nyheim Hines, RB, Indianapolis Colts
Following the NFL trade deadline on November 2, it looks as if the Indianapolis Colts have written out Marlon Mack from their game plan opening up more opportunities for Nyheim Hines.
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In their first game since the deadline, Hines saw tons of usage as he rushed six times for 74 yards and one touchdown and also caught four of six targets for 34 receiving yards. All in all, Hines finished with 20.8 fantasy points.
Hines hit the Over across the board with his player props which were set at 12.5 rushing yards, 11.5 receiving yards, 1.5 receptions, and 0.5 touchdowns.
Hines is going to be one of the hottest free agent acquisitions of Week 10 and is worth a number one waiver claim. He is owned in 53% of fantasy leagues.
Jordan Howard, RB, Philadelphia Eagles
Jordan Howard was elevated to the Philadelphia Eagles active roster in Week 8 after Miles Sanders went down on IR with an ankle injury.
In his season debut with the Eagles in Week 8, Howard got 12 rushing attempts for 57 yards and two touchdowns for 17.7 fantasy points. In Week 9, he followed up with a 71-yard, one-touchdown performance on 17 carries for 13.1 points.
With Howard making the most of his usage, it’ll be hard for the Eagles to keep him off the field. He should be added immediately and is owned in just 13% of fantasy leagues.
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