Indianapolis Colts Vs. Tennessee Titans NFL Player Props & Picks (10/23/22)

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We’re already getting the rematch between the Colts and Titans in Week 7, and that provides us with some unique advantages in the player props market as we just saw these teams play a few weeks ago. In this article, I’ll present my favorite player prop values from this intriguing divisional matchup. You can use the Colts vs. Titans player prop search tool above to compare odds from different sportsbooks and find the best number. Let’s get to work.

Derrick Henry Over 89.5 Rushing Yards

After a slow start to the year, Derrick Henry has hit his stride over the last two weeks with 108 yards per game over that stretch. That includes his last game against the Colts where he finished with 114 yards. The Colts’ run defense allowed 243 yards on the ground to the Jaguars last week at a 7.4 YPC clip and they’re now ranked 15th in EPA against the run ahead of this matchup.

Henry only needs 28 rushing yards to eclipse 3,400 yards over his last 30 games, which would be the most ever by a running back over such a span. It’s safe to assume he’ll surpass that number, but let’s bet on him doing it in style. He should be fresh off the bye week and this is a favorable matchup that he’s exploited to the tune of over 120 yards per game over their last six meetings.

In addition, Henry can surpass the Titans’ franchise record of 74 touchdowns if he scores twice on Sunday, and he’ll be motivated to get it done in front of home fans as the Titans hit the road the following two weeks. Indianapolis ranks 24th in red zone defense and Tennessee ranks first in red zone offense, so let’s put a half unit on Henry finding paydirt twice this week. I found it at +260 on Caesars.

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Alec Pierce Over 43.5 Receiving Yards

Alec Pierce continues to be undervalued in the sports betting market, and I’ll happily keep backing him at this number. Over his last four games, Pierce is averaging 68.8 receiving yards per game as he’s become an integral part of the Colts’ offense. He also came through with the game-winning touchdown against the Jaguars last week.

The matchup against the Titans specifically profiles as a great one for Pierce. Check out these numbers from Jordan Vanek of the 33rd Team:

A brief pat on the back for myself here – I was a huge fan of Alec Pierce in the predraft process, and he landed at WR9 for me behind only the seven first-rounders, George Pickens, and Skyy Moore. Pierce is already winning with his elite catch point physicality and body control, and he’s excelling with downfield route-running. Nothing about his production is fluky, and it should continue this week.

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Matt Ryan Over 0.5 Interceptions

I’ve been seeing this prop listed at -140 odds on most sportsbooks, and it’s not something I’m racing to play as a result – that’s a lot of juice for an interception prop. However, it’s well-deserved as Matt Ryan ranks second in the NFL with seven interceptions and has twelve turnover-worthy plays, the second-most in the league this year.

While Jonathan Taylor’s expected return this week will reduce the number of dropbacks, Ryan took 58 dropbacks last week, and Frank Reich has spoken to his desire for more of a pass-heavy offense. However, the offensive line has been a mess, and eight of Ryan’s turnover-worthy plays have come under pressure per PFF. With Jeffery Simmons leading a Titans team that loves to blitz, look for Ryan to be under pressure and cough up a pick.

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