The Seattle Seahawks take on the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday (10/15/23). Get Seahawks vs. Bengals player prop best bets, including a search tool to shop for optimal odds.
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Kenneth Walker III Over 66.5 Rushing Yards (-110 Bet365)
Although Seattle drafted Zach Charbonnet in the second round, Walker still commands this backfield. He’s logged at least 17 attempts in each of his last three games, and the Michigan State product has been highly productive. Of the 50 backs with at least 25 attempts, Walker ranks 6th in missed tackles forced, 13th in yards after contact per attempt, and 10th in breakaway percentage per PFF.
He faces a Bengals defense that hasn’t been able to contain backs. Cincinnati ranks 31st in opponent rushing yards at 770, which is 154 yards per game. They also sit at 27th in opponent rush expected points added per play. Based on Walker’s elusiveness and Cincinnati’s poor run defense, look for him to reach 67 rush yards here.
Kenneth Walker III Anytime Touchdown (+110 FD)
Walker already owns five rushing touchdowns through four games. Despite playing one game less than most, he ranks fourth across the NFL in red zone carries and second in inside the five-yard-line carries. Seattle loves to batter opponents with endless Walker attempts until he finds the end zone, which has given him plenty of scoring opportunities.
As stated above, Cincinnati’s run defense will likely struggle to contain Walker’s explosiveness and physicality. Whether it’s a long run or a quick punch in, look for Walker to find the end zone against this porous Bengals defensive line.
He needs to score a touchdown about 47 percent of the time for the bet to have a positive expected value.
Trey Hendrickson Over 0.75 Sacks (-135 DK)
Hendrickson has been absolutely dominant to start the year. He’s notched seven sacks and ranks 4th across the NFL in PFF’s Pass-Rush Productivity, which is a “formula that combines sacks, hits, and hurries relative to how many times they rush the passer.”
He faces a Seattle offensive line that hasn’t provided Geno Smith with clean pockets consistently. Smith owns the eighth highest frequency of dropbacks under pressure per PFF, so pass rushers have had plenty of opportunities to record a sack. Look for Hendrickson to continue his streak and capitalize here.