The 3-1 Green Bay Packers will be playing the 3-1 Cincinnati Bengals on the road this week. The Packers are coming off a 27-17 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers while the Bengals are coming off a 24-21 last-second win against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Bengals have shown that they can be good, but after just edging out the 0-4 Jaguars, people are starting to doubt them. Even so, this will be an interesting match with a lot of good prop bets.
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Aaron Rodgers Under 262.5 Passing Yards
After a very disappointing Week 1, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has returned to form. In Week 4, Rodgers threw for 248 passing yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for one touchdown. Not all great quarterbacks throw for a ton of yards, and Rodgers is one of them. He is averaging 224.3 passing yards per game this year. If you throw out his poor play in Week 1, he is still only averaging 254.7 yards per game. He will be facing a Bengals defense this Sunday that allows 229.5 passing yards per game. I do think Rodgers will play well this week, but I do not think he will throw for more than 262.5 passing yards.
Davante Adams Under 92.5 Receiving Yards
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams is one of the best route runners in the NFL. This season has been no different. Adams has 373 receiving yards and one touchdown through the first four games of the season. He will face a tough Bengals defense this Sunday. The Bengals have given up 229.5 passing yards per game this year. Even though Davante Adams is averaging a little over 92.5 receiving yards per game, the Bengals defense will make it too difficult for him to hit 92.5 again. I still expect him to have a good game.
Evan McPherson Under 6.5 Kicking Pts
Cincinnati Bengals kicker Evan Mcpherson is not on the field very much. He is 5-6 on field-goal attempts this year and a perfect 11-11 on extra points. The 2021 fifth-round draft pick has shown that he is a competent kicker, he just does not receive many opportunities. That is why he will have under 6.5 kicking points against the Packers this Sunday. If he was put in a position to kick more often, I am sure he would kick for a lot more points. Unfortunately, that is not the case.
Joe Burrow Under 5.5 Rushing Yards
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrows has not used his legs much this year. This is not all too surprising; He is known for having a strong arm. He has only rushed for 13 yards on nine carries this year. Last year, he showed that he knows when to run with the football, but this year that has not been the case. I do not say this to say that Burrows is a bad quarterback. He has been pretty good. He has thrown 988 passing yards, nine touchdowns, and three interceptions. Maybe, Burrows does not need to rush to win football games. Win or lose, he will not rush for 9.5 yards.