NFL Week 6 Special Quarterback Props
Sports bettors are getting into the real meat of the NFL season. Most of the 32 teams have their first fives games in the books. This provides some excellent insight into both team and individual playing form. This gives bettors an added edge when it comes to betting team and player props.
How To Make Money With Our NFL Week 6 Special Quarterback Props
SportsBetting.ag has released a pair of special player props for Week 6. They cover a pair of high-profile head-to-head quarterback matchups. The actual betting prop is for most touchdown passes.
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) vs. Tom Brady (Tampa Bay)
The prop bet odds for Rodgers throwing more touchdowns passes are -130. The odds Brady wins this prop are +100.
Undefeated Green Bay is a slight 2 ½-point road favorite in this Sunday’s late-afternoon start. The total line for this game is set at 54 ½ points.
Given the high total, the Oddsmakers are expecting a big day from each of these veteran gunslingers. Through four games, Rodgers has thrown for 13 touchdowns. That is more than three per game.
Brady has played five games as Tampa Bay’s starter and he has tossed 12 passes for a score. Given the even money odds, I am going with him in this prop as the value play. Playing at home is an added edge and Brady will look to make up for last week’s loss against Chicago.
Baker Mayfield (Cleveland) vs. Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh)
As the Browns’ quarterback, Mayfield’s odds to throw for more touchdowns on Sunday are +100. The odds that Roethlisberger wins this prop are -130.
After losing its season opener, Cleveland brings a four-game winning streak into this key AFC North showdown. The Browns have been listed as 3 ½-point road underdogs. The Steelers are a perfect 4-0 in their first four outings. The total line for this game has been set at 51 points.
At 4-1, it has been a total team effort in the Browns’ fast start. Mayfield has managed the ball well but his stats are not jumping off the page. He has completed 61.2 percent of his 152 passing attempts for 976 total passing yards. When it comes to passing touchdowns, nine of those completions went for scores.
Big Ben has thrown for 1,016 yards in four games as a much bigger part of Pittsburgh’s offense.
He has completed almost 70 percent of his 143 passing attempts. Even more impressive is his 10 touchdown throws against just one interception. This type of ball security and the level of accuracy is a major plus.
The Steelers may have to throw the ball more often than Cleveland to win this game. The Browns lead the NFL in total rushing yards per game with an average of 5.5 yards a carry.
This is a game that should remain close for all four quarters. I would go with Roethlisberger in this head-to-head prop given his elevated role in scoring points. Be sure to check out SportsBetting.ag for all of its NFL Week 6 betting options.