Best NFL Prop Bet Picks for Week 4 (Week of the Quarterback? Back These Jalen Hurts and Lamar Jackson Props)

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. / Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

One of the best ways to tackle betting on a NFL Sunday is to find some prop bets with value, especially if it involves one of your favorite players.

The BetSided team has shared prop bet picks for every game on Sunday's slate, but why not break down some of our favorites as well?

Is this the week to back some of the top rushing quarterbacks? That's what our team thinks heading into Week 4...

NFL Week 4 Best Prop Bets

  • Lamar Jackson Anytime Touchdown Scorer
  • Jalen Hurts OVER 49.5 Rushing Yards
  • Saquon Barkley Over 28.5 Receiving Yards

Lamar Jackson Anytime Touchdown Scorer

Lamar Jackson is the MVP (in my eyes) through the first few weeks of the season, and he has back-to-back performances with over 100 rushing yards and a touchdown. 

Oh, and he’s thrown for seven touchdowns over that stretch as well. Jackson faces a tough Buffalo defense that lost to the Miami Dolphins last week by just two points despite missing several starters. 

One thing that stood out to me in the loss was that Miami was able to get not one, but two rushing touchdowns from in close with Chase Edmonds. With the Ravens’ running back situation in flux, I like Jackson to handle a read option or two inside the 10-yard line in this game. He’s the most dynamic weapon in the NFL, so I’m not worried about Buffalo’s stout numbers against the run. 

Lamar is one-of-a-kind, and I think he keeps his MVP campaign going with another score in Week 4. – Peter Dewey

Jalen Hurts OVER 49.5 Rushing Yards

Jalen Hurts’ rushing prop has value in every game he plays. He’s essentially another running back in this offense, averaging 12.3 carries per game. He was inefficient last week, but the fact that he’s getting designed attempts is the key here. 

With his one-cut ability to get downhill, Hurts can break a big run at any moment. – Donnavan Smoot

Saquon Barkley OVER 28.5 Receiving Yards

Sterling Shepard is done for the year with an ACL tear and the Giants receiving corps was not very dynamic before that injury. 

They are relying on Kadarius Toney and David Sills V to be their playmakers down the field. Who knows if they can be reliable or stay healthy. 

Saquon is by far the team's best player on offense and Daniel Jones will have to check it down to him more than ever. – Josh Yourish