The Los Angeles Chargers face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon. Check out below for Chargers vs. Titans player prop odds, predictions, and best bets, including Derrick Henry, Justin Herbert, and Ryan Tannehill.
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Derrick Henry Over 15.5 Receiving Yards (-114 Caesars)
Although Henry isn’t a pass-catching running back per se, he’s improved his capabilities throughout the years. Henry had a career high 398 reception yards last season, and kicked off Week One with 56 yards on two receptions. Opponents are used to seeing Henry block on play-action, but he’s slipping to the flat more frequently to catch defenders off guard. Factor in seemingly more checkdowns, and Henry is a threat to catch a few balls. Given his superb yards after the catch, he can take it the distance too.
Los Angeles’ pass rush is fearsome, and Tennessee’s rebuilding offensive line likely buckles under the pressure. As a result, Tannehill may have to dump it off to Henry more frequently, which gives him more opportunities to hit 16 yards. He must do so about 53 percent of the time for the bet to have a positive expected value.
Justin Herbert Over 1.5 Passing Touchdowns (-150 BMGM)
Tennessee boasts a stout defensive line that stuffs the run, but their secondary is a weakness at this point. They allowed the third most passing touchdowns and most passing yards last season. The unit remains feeble, and New Orleans proved it in Week One by gashing them for 282 passing yards.
Considering Justin Herbert is in town, that’s a scary thought. Austin Ekeler, Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Quentin Johnston, and Gerald Everett form one of the most dangerous units in football, so Herbert has his choice of targets. It should be a pass-heavy game for the Oregon product, which typically means touchdowns.
Herbert must throw two touchdowns about 60 percent of the time for the bet to have a positive expected value.
Ryan Tannehill Over 0.5 Interceptions (-139 Caesars)
Tannehill looked lost against New Orleans and consistently made ill-advised throws. The numbers were ugly: three interceptions and four Turnover Worthy Plays per PFF. Whether it’s the beginning of a decline or simply Week One rust, Tannehill was a ticking time bomb out there.
Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack will bypass this offensive line and pressure Tannehill, which only increases his chances of making a mistake. With ball hawks Derwin James and Asante Samuel Jr lurking, the Chargers are ready to pounce and capitalize. Los Angeles should build a decent lead too, so the game script indicates plenty of passing attempts for Tannehill.
He must throw an interception about 58 percent of the time here.