Best Player Props For NFL Week 3 NFL Betting Odds

Alex Murray
By: Alex Murray
24 Sep 23
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Best Player Props For NFL Week 3 NFL Betting Odds

The 2023 NFL season is really whizzing by as we already find ourselves on the cusp of Sunday’s Week 3 slate. If you’re looking to make some wagers on the games, you’ve come to the right place.

We’ve got you covered with all of the best player props from all of Sunday’s afternoon games. We’re talking about a wide range of betting markets including anytime touchdown props, yards props, to receptions props, and much more from the best NFL betting sites.

Highlights

  • A couple of Minnesota Vikings receiving props offer some of the best value on the slate
  • Rhamondre Stevenson should have a big day catching passes against the Jets
  • Josh Dobbs won’t have much success against Dallas—except maybe on the ground

Best NFL Player Props, NFL Week 3 Sunday Slate - Sunday, September 24th

All odds provided by Sports Interaction.

Joshua Dobbs - Over 13.5 Rushing Yards (-120 odds)

The Dallas Cowboys have been arguably the best team in football through two weeks, and a lot of that has to do with their suffocating defense. They’re not allowing teams any room to breathe, which has led to a lot of quarterback scrambling. In Week 1, Daniel Jones ran around for 43 yards and last week, Zach Wilson led the Jets in rushing with 36 yards.

Joshua Dobba showed last week that he can tuck it and run when the opportunity is afforded to him, rushing for 41 on three carries last week against the Giants. Dobbs is generally a pocket passer, but a defense like Dallas has is often going to shut off all other options, forcing the QB to try running it.

Dallas has given up the third-most QB rushing yards so far, with 79. Dobbs could hit this over on a single scramble, and we expect him to be flushed out of the pocket early and often against the Micah Parsons-led Cowboys pass rush.

Justin Jefferson - Over 7.5 Receptions (+105 odds)

There’s perhaps no more consistent performer in the NFL right now than Minnesota Vikings receiver Justin Jefferson. He averaged 7.5 receptions in 2022, which probably has something to do with the over/under prop number here. Jefferson has been a beast so far this season, putting up 25 targets and 20 receptions through two games. 

Now, he goes up against arguably the worst defense in football in the Los Angeles Chargers. L.A. has been especially bad against the pass this year, giving up a ton of big plays through the first two weeks. It was understandable against Tyreek Hill and the Dolphins, but seeing the same susceptibility against Ryan Tannehill and the Titans means there is a real issue with this Chargers secondary. They have allowed the seventh-most receptions by wideouts through the first two weeks as well.

Amari Cooper - Anytime Touchdown (+225)

While he was close to missing last week’s game against the Steelers, Amari Cooper played in the end and showed why he’s still a force to be reckoned with, tallying seven receptions for 100 yards. Cooper has 17 targets through two games, and with Nick Chubb now out of the equation, the Browns are likely to be throwing the ball even more now.

That works out well for this week’s matchup with the Titans, who have given up 38 receptions to receivers so far, second-most in the NFL. They’ve also given up three touchdowns to receivers already, which is tied for fifth-most in the league.

The Titans clearly have issues at the corner position, and we expect Cooper to take advantage and get his first touchdown of the year. The fact that Coop is coming in with lucrative +225 odds made this pick a lot easier than it might have otherwise been as well.

Jordan Addison - Over 21.5 Yards Longest Reception (-115 odds)

Minnesota’s new No. 2, rookie Jordan Addison, seems like he was built for this matchup with the Chargers. Addison has already shown his game-breaking speed with a 39-yard touchdown catch in Week 1 and a 61-yard score in Week 2 against. He’s averaging 19 yards a catch on seven receptions so far, which bodes very well for the over on this prop.

The Chargers have seen the top come off their secondary alarmingly often through the first two weeks. The Dolphins completed five passes of 20+ yards in Week 1, while the much less potent Titans passing attack had three such passes, including one that went for 70 yards and one that went for 49. Addison must be drooling right now.

Rhamondre Stevenson - Over 3.5 Receptions (-111 odds)

While the Jets offense has been thrown into whack with the loss of Aaron Rodgers, the Jets defense is still a tough bunch. However, one of their weaknesses early in this season is their coverage of running backs catching passes out of the backfield. They’ve given up 18 receptions to running backs through two games, which was tops in the NFL.

That bodes well for Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson, who’s been a surprisingly effective part of the Patriots’ passing attack so far. He’s got nine receptions through two games, and with quarterback Mac Jones’ penchant for taking the easy throw and checking down, Stevenson should have no problem hitting the over here.

Alex is a recent graduate of Ryerson's Sport Media program in 2019 and has been contributing to BettingTop10 since 2020. He has worked in the field of sports and sports betting for several years, including writing for theScore and daily fantasy sports website FantasyPros as one of their lead NBA news writers. A dedicated sports fan and experienced sports bettor, Alex has the knowledge to provide you with the best betting advice and the sneakiest props no matter what the sport may be.