The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns will square-off on Halloween in the Week 8 edition of Monday Night Football.
I don't have any tricks for you, but I do have some treats in the form of player prop bets.
If you want to take a look at the latest odds for the game, as well as my best bet, check out my betting preview here. In this article, I'll be breaking down my three favorite prop bets for this AFC North showdown.
Let's jump into them.
Monday Night Football Best Prop Bets for Bengals vs. Browns
- Nick Chubb OVER 81.5 Rushing Yards (-114)
- Joe Mixon UNDER 63.5 Rushing Yards (-114)
- Hayden Hurst OVER 38.5 Receiving Yards (-114)
Nick Chubb OVER 81.5 Rushing Yards (-114)
The Browns should find success running the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals. Heading into the game, the Bengals rank 19th in opponent yards per carry, allowing 4.6 yards per rush.
Chubb is averaging 105.7 rushing yards per game, the most in the NFL. His 5.9 yards per carry is also a career high for him. I have confidence he can surpass his total set for this game.
Joe Mixon UNDER 63.5 Rushing Yards (-114)
The Bengals have one of the worst rushing offenses in the NFL. Whether it's the play calling, the offensive line, or Joe Mixon himself, his numbers have been disappointing in 2022. The sixth year back is averaging only 3.3 yards per carry, a career low for him.
He's also averaging only 57.9 yards per game, lower than his set total of 63.5 for Monday night.
Hayden Hurst OVER 38.5 Receiving Yards (-114)
With Ja'Marr Chase out of the lineup with an injury, we should take a look at some other pass-catchers for the Bengals. The one I'm eyeing is their tight end, Hayden Hurst.
Hurst has seen at least seven targets in four of his seven starts this season, and I expect him to see at least that many on Monday night. He's coming off a six-catch, 48 yard performance against the Falcons and has begun to earn the trust of Burrow. I like the OVER 38.5 receiving yards for him.
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