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Best Eagles-Buccaneers prop bets: SuperDraft player prop picks for Week 3 MNF
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1. Baker Mayfield, QB, Buccaneers — OVER 22 completionsMac Jones had 35 completions in Week 1 against the Eagles. Kirk Cousins had 31 in Week 2. The Buccaneers have been more dedicated to the run this season, but they’re still not a good rushing team and the Eagles’ run defense has been nasty. Mayfield had 34 attempts each in the first two games, completing 21 and 26 passes, respectively.
Those also were with even or positive game scripts against the Vikings and Bears. The Bucs should be in a hole at home vs. the Eagles. OVER 22 completions seems reasonable from a QB who’s surprised with strong play.
2. A.J. Brown, WR, Eagles — OVER 68.5 receiving yards
The Buccaneers have allowed two No. 1 perimeter receivers, Justin Jefferson and D.J. Moore, to go off with 100-yard games so far. Brown has had a quiet start with his 16 targets, catching 11 for 108 scoreless yards while DeVonta Smith has been the primary playmaker.
Brown and Jalen Hurts, the closest of friends, had “an intense discussion” during Week 2’s Thursday night game vs. the Vikings. The squeaky wheel will get greased in a matchup made for him against the Buccaneers’ outside coverage away from Jamel Dean. Look for a good shot at a century with a score.
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3. Chris Godwin, WR, Buccaneers — OVER 53.5 receiving yards
The Eagles are hoping to get No. 2 cornerback James Bradberry and safety Reed Blankenship back to help, but slot man Avonte Maddox (pectoral) is lost for the season. That means young Josh Jobe, whom the Vikings torched, will need to start again opposite Darius Slay, or another mediocre secondary option will need to slide into the slot.
Godwin had five catches for 51 yards on six targets in Week 1, followed by five catches for 58 yards on six targets in Week 2. This number, of course, falls right in between, but with the emphasis on Slay stopping the “big play” from Mike Evans, this should be a Godwin week for Baker Mayfield.
4. Rachaad White, Buccaneers — UNDER 48.5 rushing yards
The Eagles, with their beefy defensive line featuring young former Georgia stars Jordan Davis and Jalen Carter, have allowed fewer than 30 rushing yards to Rhamondre Stevenson, Ezekiel Elliott, and Alexander Mattison. The Bucs’ running game is seeing big volume but little effective results.
The Eagles can also push them into a more negative game script, correlated with Mayfield corralling enough completions. White needs to do more as a receiver this week, as the Bucs should like the matchups more in the passing game more between Evans, Godwin, and tight end Cade Otton.