Week 13 Monday Night Monkey Knife Fight: Props for Rams vs. Cardinals
It's time for a Monday Night Monkey Knife Fight! Robert Johnson breaks down his favorite player props for Monday Night Football.
Week 14 closes out with a rivalry between two NFC West divisional opponents as the Los Angeles Rams take on the Arizona Cardinals. With a matchup that many oddsmakers believe to be a high-scoring affair, let's dive into these player props.
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Top Player Props For MNF
MORE or LESS (Matthew Stafford and Kyler Murray)
Matthew Stafford is entering this contest with a passing yards prop of 280.5 going against a defense that allows 220.8 to opposing Quarterbacks in the Arizona Cardinals. Matthew Stafford averages 301.5 passing yards per game heading into Monday's contest and he will definitely need to attack the air in order for the Los Angeles Rams offense to be effective. Kyler Murray enters Monday Night with 250.5 passing yards prop against a defense that allows 257.1 passing yards to opposing Quarterbacks in the Los Angeles Rams. The last time these two teams met Stafford passed for 280 and Kyler passed for 268. Let's take a stroll down narrative street and say lightning will strike twice and go more on both quarterbacks.
In Rapidfire Monkey Knife Fight has decided to assist Kyler Murray with a +30.5 passing yards bonus on top of a passing prop that already has both Quarterbacks matched closely against each other. While both Quarterbacks have amazing arm talent let's take Kyler Murray in what will be a close aerial attack. The second leg of this prop features a battle between alpha wide receivers Cooper Kupp and DeAndre Hopkins with a +31.5 receiving yards bonus leaning towards Hopkins. The bonus siding towards Hopkins is more than enough to make us confident in taking his side of the prop.
In what we believe to be a high-scoring affair, let's begin by setting our goal at 2.5 touchdowns. Let's take both wide receivers we mentioned above in Cooper Kupp and DeAndre Hopkins. This game is expected to go through the air so those two players should be hard locks. Finally, we'll keep it on the ground with James Conner to sneak one in at the goal line.