- Matt Ryan’s passing yards total is set at just 250.5 yards with -115 odds on both sides.
- Ryan has +120 odds to have OVER 1.5 passing touchdowns.
- He has a +2000 betting line to be an anytime touchdown scorer.
ATLANTA - Matt Ryan’s player props are potentially set too low in the Thursday Night Football game against the New England Patriots in Week 11.
Ryan hasn’t had as great of a year as he would’ve hoped. Plus, he lost his top target, Calvin Ridley, to personal reasons. However, online sportsbooks may have still set his passing yards total too low.
Matt Ryan Passing Yards Total
- OVER 250.5 -115
- UNDER 250.5 -115
Ryan has thrown for at least 250 yards in five of the last eight weeks and should have a favorable game script to do so again.
New England is favored by 7.0 points in the matchup, meaning that NFL betting sites expect the Atlanta Falcons to be trailing. Obviously, the more Ryan throws the ball the better chance he has to hit 250+ yards.
Matt Ryan Passing Touchdowns Total: O/U 1.5
Ryan has thrown for multiple touchdowns more often than people probably think. He’s had two or more touchdown passes in six of his nine games this season and could very well do so again on Thursday.
Matt Ryan Passing Touchdowns Total
- OVER 1.5 +120
- UNDER 1.5 -145
The Patriots have only allowed five rushing touchdowns this season meaning that when they’re scored on, it’s usually through the air.
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The odds themselves are too generous to not take a chance on given Ryan’s past performances.
Matt Ryan Anytime Touchdown Scorer: +2000
Those looking for a long shot pick with a big payout may want to venture into Ryan to be an anytime touchdown scorer. The Falcons running backs have just one touchdown in their last four games and the Patriots’ defense has allowed just two rushing touchdowns to opposing RBs.
Matt Ryan Anytime TD Scorer
- Yes +2000
Ryan has run in one touchdown this season and is just a QB sneak away from doing so again.
It’s a long shot for a reason, but for +2000 odds it may be worth a small play.
The game will begin at 8:20 p.m. EST and can be seen on FOX or NFL Network.
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