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The New York Jets visit the Minnesota Vikings in Week 13 of the 2022-23 NFL Season. The Vikings are coming off a very close win last week, while the Jets also won last week pretty easily. This should be an interesting matchup overall. Let’s take a look at some prop bets that make the most sense for this game on Sunday.
Dalvin Cook Over 69.5 Rushing Yards
Dalvin Cook has been great for the Vikings this year. He has 178 carries, 841 rushing yards, and six rushing touchdowns on the year. He’s also hit over this number in 8 of the 11 games that the Vikings have played in. Cook has been a workhorse running back for the Vikings and has been the heart of the offense. The Jets are decent against the run and allow 111 rushing yards a game which will be a very tough matchup for Cook. He also can get over this number because of the just the amount of touches he’ll see because of how much the Vikings like to run the ball. Take this bet because he’s a workhorse that’ll see a high volume of carries, even against this tough Jets defense. Cook has been having slow starts recently, but still trust in him in this spot.
Garrett Wilson Over 60.5 Receiving Yards
Garrett Wilson has been great this year and might be the best offensive rookie in the NFL this year. He has 49 receptions, 628 receiving yards, and four receiving touchdowns on the year. He’s only hit over this number in 4 of the 11 games that the Jets have played in this year, but he’s been very consistent in general. He’s also already emerged as the best receiver in the Jets receiving corps. The Vikings are not great against the pass and allow 293 passing yards a game. This will be a great matchup for Wilson to take advantage of because of how bad the Vikings have been against the pass. Take this bet because of the bad Minnesota pass defense and the volume of receptions he’ll see, especially with Mike White under center and not Zach Wilson. Wilson should be better with Mike White now too.
Justin Jefferson Over 84.5 Receiving Yards
Justin Jefferson has cemented himself this year as the best wide receiver in the NFL. He has 81 receptions, 1,232 receiving yards, and five receiving touchdowns on the year. He’s also hit over this number in 8 of the 11 games that the Vikings have played in. The volume of targets are there for Jefferson to get over this number alone. The Jets are decent against the pass and allow 217 passing yards a game, which is a difficult matchup for Jefferson. Take this bet still because the volume of targets will be there and Jefferson is just that good to doubt. Jefferson should continue his dominance and continue taking claim to the title of best receiver in the NFL.