The Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers will throw down in a game between two potential wild card candidates in the AFC on this week's edition of Thursday Night Football.
If you want to find out the betting odds for the game, as well as my prediction, you can read my full betting preview here.
If you like to bet on player props instead, you've come to the right place. In this article, I'm going to break down my favorite props for this Thursday night showdown.
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Player Props for Titans vs. Steelers
- Will Levis OVER 199.5 passing yards (-129)
- Derrick Henry OVER 71.5 rushing yards (-117)
- Najee Harris UNDER 45.5 rushing yards (-135)
Will Levis OVER 199.5 passing yards (-129)
Will Levis looked impressive in his first start of the season against the Falcons, throwing for 238 yards and four touchdowns. Why not back him to have another impressive performance on Thursday night?
Let's remember, Levis is a first round talent and a guy a lot of NFL Draft experts thought was going to be drafted inside the top 10. This kid is talented, and could be the real deal. I'm willing to bet him to hit 200 passing yards once again.
Derrick Henry OVER 71.5 rushing yards (-117)
The Titans' running backs are poised to have a big game against the Steelers. Pittsburgh ranks 27th in opponent yards per carry, allowing 4.5 yards per rush. That's going to bode well for Derrick Henry, who is averaging 75.1 yards per game this season.
As long as he hits his season averaging, we're cashing this bet.
Najee Harris UNDER 45.5 rushing yards (-135)
Najee Harris' role in the Steelers is getting smaller and smaller. last week, he had just seven carries for a measly 13 yards against the Jaguars. He's averaging just 3.7 yards per carry and now he has to take on a Titans' defense that ranks 11th in opponent yards per carry, giving up just 3.8 yards per rush.
Let's fade Harris on Thursday night.
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