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The Los Angeles Chargers are visiting the Atlanta Falcons in Week 9 of the 2022-23 NFL Season. The Chargers had last week off with a bye, but before that they lost. The Falcons, on the other hand, won a thriller last week that sent them into first place in the NFC South. This matchup should be interesting.Let’s take a look at some prop bets that make the most sense for this game on Sunday.
Austin Ekeler Over 47.5 Receiving Yards
Austin Ekeler is a running back that doesn’t get talked about enough, but he might be the engine that makes the Chargers go. He has 84 carries, 380 rushing yards, and five rushing touchdowns on the year, while he also has 53 receptions, 357 receiving yards, and three receiving touchdowns. He’s a playmaker every time he touches the ball, even receiving. He’s hit over this number in four of the seven games that the Chargers have played, and was off by one yard in another. The Falcons allow 318 passing yards a game, so Ekeler could very easily benefit from that. Take this bet because the Falcons bad pass defense will be enough for Ekeler to get over this number.
Tyler Allgeier Over 45.5 Rushing Yards
Tyler Allgeier has surprised this year, and been a great replacement for Cordarrelle Patterson since he’s been injured. He has 84 carries, 324 rushing yards, and one rushing touchdown on the year. He’s only hit over this number in three of the Falcons seven games, but he was off by one yard in another game. He has a great chance to get over this number because the Chargers are allowing 138 rushing yards a game, so they’ve been susceptible to the run. Allgeier has been very good at taking advantage of the opportunity in front of him. Take this bet here, even with the potential return of Cordarrelle Patterson, Allgeier is likely to still get the majority of touches as Patterson is eased back from injury.
Justin Herbert Over 318.5 Passing Yards
Justin Herbert has been good this year, but he needs to be better for the Chargers to take that next step this year. He has 2,009 passing yards, 12 passing touchdowns, four interceptions, and a 66% completion percentage on the year. The most passing yards in a game he’s had this year is 340 against the Texans in Week 4. He’s only hit over this number in two of the Chargers seven games this year. However, the biggest reason to like this bet is because of the Falcons’ pass defense. Atlanta allows 318 passing yards a game with the most they’ve given up coming from Joe Burrow. Burrow threw for 481 yards pretty easily and got the majority of those yards in the first half. After coming off a bye, expect Justin Herbert and the Chargers to make a statement. Take this bet mainly because of how bad Atlanta is against the pass, so expect a statement game from Herbert and the Chargers.