Carolina Panthers vs Cincinnati Bengals NFL Player Props & Picks (11/6/22)
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The Carolina Panthers are visiting the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 9 of the 2022-23 NFL Season. The Panthers lost a heartbreaker last week, while the Bengals also lost and looked lifeless in doing so. This should be an interesting matchup because each team needs to rebound after last week. Let’s take a look at some player prop bets that make the most sense for this game on Sunday.
Joe Burrow Over 260.5 Passing Yards
Joe Burrow has been a little inconsistent this year. He has 2,329 passing yards, 17 passing touchdowns, six interceptions, and a 69% completion percentage on the year. What hurts a lot is the absence of Ja’Marr Chase in the receiving corps. Burrow has gone over this number in five of the eight games that the Bengals have played in this year. He is also known to rebound well after a loss. The Panthers also are not good against the pass and give up 242 passing yards a game. Burrow is primed to take advantage of this pass defense even without Chase. Take this bet here and you won’t regret it. This feels like a big rebound across the board for the Bengals offense and Burrow is the main key for that offense, so expect fireworks from Burrow here.
D.J. Moore Over 64.5 Receiving Yards
D.J. Moore is the best player remaining for the Carolina Panthers after they had a fire sale on their team before the trade deadline. He has 33 receptions, 425 receiving yards, and three receiving touchdowns on the year. He’s only hit over this number in two of the eight games that the Panthers have played in, but the good news is that he’s hit over the number in the last two games that the Panthers have played in. He’s got a lot of momentum heading into this week. The Bengals also allow 221 passing yards a game, so Moore is going to be able to take advantage of that. Take this bet because of the volume of targets alone that he’ll receive and that he’s hit a stride recently. Moore is a playmaker and he’s going to continue to show it, even for a reeling Panthers team.
Joe Mixon Over 67.5 Rushing Yards
Joe Mixon has been good this season and should get more touches now with Ja’Marr Chase out of the lineup in the passing game. Mixon has 129 carries, 432 rushing yards, and two rushing touchdowns on the year. He’s hit over this number twice in the eight games that the Bengals have played in, but this matchup seems like a good one for him. The Bengals will most likely pound the ball on the ground more because their top receiver is injured for the next few weeks. The Panthers also don’t have a great rushing defense and give up 127 rushing yards a game. The Bengals offense has been nowhere near perfect this season, and seems like it’s had trouble hitting that second gear consistently after last season. The solution then is to run the ball. Take this bet because the Bengals offense is built around matchups and Mixon vs the Panthers rushing defense is good matchup in favor of Mixon.