- Trevor Lawrence’s passing yard total is set at 246.5 yards.
- Lawrence has -105 odds to stay under 25.5 passing completions.
- There are +350 odds for Trevor Lawrence to score a touchdown.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars are headed back to the playoffs for the first time since 2017 marking this as Trevor Lawrence’s NFL playoff debut. With that said, there are plenty of player prop odds to take advantage of for Lawrence that could offer value. With this being Lawrence’s first career playoff game, it could come tough for him and the matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers isn’t anything but a walk in the park.
Online sportsbooks have player prop odds for Trevor Lawrence in multiple different categories including his passing yards, rushing yards, and touchdown odds amongst several others.
Trevor Lawrence Player Props
Total Passing Yards
- Over 246.5 -114
- Under 246.5 -114
Starting with Lawrence’s passing yards, he has gone over eight times this season, however, he has struggled in his last three games, and the Chargers secondary is top-10 in the league. Lawrence has stayed under 246.5 yards in each of his last three games.
The Chargers secondary is also allowing just 200.4 passing yards per game this season and only 160.3 in their last three games. Also, there have been just five opposing QBs to go over 246.5 against the Chargers this season.
Total Passing Touchdowns
- Over 1.5 -114
- Under 1.5 -114
On the touchdown side of things, Lawrence has also stayed under 1.5 in each of his last three games and the Chargers defense against touchdowns is also elite allowing just 1.4 per game this season and 1.0 in their last three games. The Chargers secondary has also only let up a 55.81% success rate on passing touchdowns for the year.
It is also worth noting that in some of the games that he has gone over this season, it has been against teams such as the Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans who are in the bottom three in passing touchdowns in the league on the year. Against a tough Chargers defense that has been locking up receivers in their recent games, expect Lawrence to struggle in his first postseason game.
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Total Passing Attempts
- Over 35.5 -106
- Under 35.5 -124
While Lawrence has had himself a tremendous sophomore season, his passing attempts are down from last season as he has stayed under 35.5 attempts nine times all year including his last three outings. It doesn’t help his case either that the Chargers are a top-three team in the league when it comes to passing attempts by opposing QBs this season with a 29.7 average per game both on the season and on the road. In their last three games, that number has dipped to 24 attempts per game.
Total Passing Completions
- Over 22.5 -134
- Under 22.5 +102
There is some serious value in taking Trevor Lawrence’s NFL odds to stay under 22.5 completions on Bovada. He has in his last three games and eight times total on the year. LA is allowing the second least completions per game to opposing QBs at 18.2 and 13.7 in their last three games. Opposing QBs also have the seventh-worst completion percentage against the Chargers this season at 61.39%.
Total Rushing Yards
- Over 14.5 -112
- Under 14.5 -117
The Chargers elite secondary should work in favor of Lawrence on the ground and force him to pick up yardage with his legs. Ironically enough, the Chargers run defense is bottom five in the league letting 145.8 rushing yards per game this season. Lawrence has hit over 14.5 yards on the ground eight times this season including three of his last six games. The Chargers are also coming off of a Week 18 game that saw Russell Wilson run for 18 yards. Three weeks prior to that, Tua Tagovailoa saw 20+ yards on the ground.
Anytime Touchdown Odds
- Yes +350
Lawrence’s odds to score a touchdown go hand in hand with his rushing yard prop, the Chargers defense cannot stop the ground game. Lawrence is responsible for 10 red zone rushing attempts this season which has helped him score four of his five rushing touchdowns on the year. The Chargers are also allowing at least one rushing touchdown per game all year.
Trevor Lawrence to stay under 246.5 passing yards
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