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Betting: NFL Week 15 Prop Bets

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Pamela Maldonado goes in depth on a few prop bets she is playing for Week 15 of the NFL season.

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PAMELA MALDONADO: Welcome to the Prop Shop in what could be an absolute wild week in the NFL. Pam Maldonado here to bring you my favorite player props for week 15.

Prop number one, Chuba Hubbard over 42 and 1/2 rushing yards. Are people still thinking that the Bills have a good defense? The Panthers running back has a chance to shine against a Buffalo defense that has given up 143 rushing yards to Derrick Henry, 185 rushing yards to Johnathan Taylor, 111 rushing yards to Damien Harris, and 113 rushing yards to Leonard Fournette.

What do the Panthers like to do? Run the ball. Who do the Panthers got? Chuba Hubbard.

Prop number two, Cam Newton, anytime touchdown plus 105. The quarterback had a rushing score in each of his last four games with the Panthers. The Bills have allowed just 10 scores on the ground this season, but 9 came from the four running backs mentioned, Henry, Taylor, Harris, and Fournette.

Prop number three, Jimmy Garoppolo to have at least 2 passing touchdowns and San Francisco to win, minus 120. The 49ers quarterback has thrown for 2 touchdowns in 5 of his last 6 outings. The Falcons rank 30th in the league for most passing touchdowns allowed. Against better teams in the Bucs, Patriots, Cowboys, and Eagles, the Falcons gave up a combined 15 passing scores, including 2 or more to Jalen Hurts, Dak Prescott, and of course, Tom Brady.

With the 49ers lacking running back depth with Elijah Mitchell and Trey Sermon out, the offense will turn to Jimmy G. to get the job done.

Prop number four, D'Onta Foreman over 51 and 1/2 rushing yards, minus 110. This is the game where the Titans' offense can absolutely get back on-track. The Steelers' defense is the 31st against the run, allowing 140 yards of rushing offense per game. The Tennessee running back has established himself as an early down back. Though he has only rushed for more than this total once in his five games with the Titans, it was a huge 109-yard day against the Patriots.

The ability is definitely there. The match-up against one of the worst rushing defenses should give Foreman a huge load.

Those are the player props that I like for your week 15 of the NFL. You can find these odds and more at the Yahoo Sportsbook.