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Pamela Maldonado goes in depth on a few prop bets she is playing for week 10 of the NFL season.
PAMELA MALDONADO: Welcome to the prop shop. Pam Maldonado bringing you my favorite player props for week 10 of the NFL. Prop number one, Cordarrelle Patterson over 88 and 1/2 rushing and receiving yards minus 115. The Falcons running back has topped 100 yards in four of his last six games, serving as both a running back and receiving back.
It was the Denver Broncos defense that kept Dallas in check in last week's 30 to 16 loss. However, unlike Denver, the Falcons will need to keep pace. Fortunately, the Cowboys defensive vulnerability is against the pass, ranked 25th in passing yards allowed. Atlanta is a pass first team, with Patterson and company coming off a 27 to 25 win with 126 receiving yards last week to the Saints.
Prop number two, Tom Brady over 2 and 1/2 passing touchdowns, plus 135. The Bucs quarterback leads the number one passing offense, facing the worst secondary in the league. Brady this season leads the league in passing touchdowns, with 25 to his name, and leads the league in red zone touchdowns. Washington is 31st in red zone conversion rate overall, and 31st in opponent passing touchdowns allowed, giving up nearly 20 passing scores this season, to only six scores on the ground.
Prop number three, Darren Waller, any time touchdown plus 140. The Raiders tight end has only two touchdowns on the season, but has a team high 6 end zone targets. With Henry Ruggs out of the picture, Waller could see a bigger workload against the Chiefs. It's worth noting that Waller also scored in both matchups with the Chiefs last year.
This season, Kansas City is last in the league at yardage allowed to tight end, while ranked 31st in touchdown rate allowed, while giving up 6 of 16 opponent passing scores to a tight end. Those are three player props for week 10 of the NFL. You can find these odds and more at the Yahoo Sportsbook.