We got the 1-6 New York Giants playing host to the 5-2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Prime-Time Monday Night Football matchup. 23-year-old QB Daniel Jones [O/U 219.5 Passing Yards] is taking on this number one ranked Buc’s defense, who have been allowing opposing offenses 291.3 yards of total offense. The Buc’s defense is as good as it gets and unfortunately for Daniel Jones he has hit the over in passing yards on his player prop betting line in only one of the past five games. On the other side of the ball is the complete opposite in the GOAT and current NFC player of the month, Tom Brady [O/U 1.5 Passing Touchdowns.] Brady has hit the over in passing yards on his player prop betting line in four of the past five games. It is becoming apparent that Brady is starting to get more and more comfortable in this Buccaneers offense.
The home-team Giants are entering this game as underdogs but fortunately for them, they have Sterling Shepard [O/U 3.5 Receptions], back in the line-up. Shepard returned last week vs. the Eagles, recording 6 receptions after a month on the sidelines due to turf-toe. Shepard has played in three games so far this season and has hit the over on his player prop betting line in 2 of those 3 games. Unfortunately for the Giants their number one back in Devonta Freeman is ruled out for this matchup, and Wayne Gallman [O/U 39.5 Rushing Yards.] Gallman has played in 5 games so far this season and has hit the over on his player prop betting line on only one occasion, something to note is that Gallman has never received more than 10 carries in one game. Rounding out this Giants offense is TE Evan Engram [O/U 3.5 Receptions] who had a BIG game against the Eagles last week, finishing with 6 receptions while hitting the over on his player prop betting line.
Tom Brady and the Buccaneers offense is led by some familiar faces, mainly in Pro Bowl WR Mike Evans [O/U 50.5 Receiving Yards.] Evans has been playing a bit slow as of late, hitting the under in receiving yards on his player prop betting line in each of the past three games, but as we all know he is more than capable of having a BIG game. The Buc’s ground attack is led by a power duo in Ronald Jones II [0.5 Rushing Touchdowns] and Leonard Fournette [45.5 Rushing Yards.] Ronald Jones has been rock solid so far this year, hitting the over in rushing touchdowns on his player prop betting line in each of the past 2 games, fishing with a combined three. Joining Jones in making his fantasy owners happy is Fournette who hit the over in rushing yards on his player prop betting line in a 45-20 Win over the Las Vegas Raiders last week. Completing this Buc’s offense is a big name in Rob Gronkowski [O/U 38.5 Receiving Yards.] Gronk has been showing signs of his old self as of late, hitting the over on his player prop betting line in each of the last 3 games. The Bucs are entering this matchup as heavy favorites and if Tom Brady can continue his superb play, it will be more than justified.