Fresh off a stunning win over the Commanders, the Giants return home to play the New England Patriots.
Tommy DeVito looked far more comfortable last week, passing for 246 yards with three touchdowns, can we continue to target him in the player prop market? Here are my three favorite props for Sunday's matchup between two teams toward the bottom of the standings.
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Best prop bets for Patriots vs. Giants in Week 12
- Tommy DeVito OVER 177.5 passing yards
- Tommy DeVito to NOT throw an interception
- DeMario Douglas UNDER 46.5 receiving yards
Tommy DeVito OVER 177.5 passing yards
The Patriots are 27th in EPA/Pass this season, and DeVito looked much improved last week against the Commanders, torching another bottom-10 secondaries to the tune of 246 yards with three touchdowns.
While we can question if DeVito is a legitimate NFL quarterback, he passed for 175 in relief of Daniel Jones three weeks ago against the Raiders, another sign that he's capable of passing for over this mark in a full game.
Fade the Patriots defense that appears to be circling the drain and take DeVito's over passing yards.
Tommy DeVito to NOT throw an interception
DeVito was able to avoid a turnover last week against the Commandes, and now faces a New England secondary that doesn't have a nose for the ball, forcing only six interceptions on the year.
At plus money, I believe DeVito is going to continue to improve as a decision-maker and avoid a critical mistake against a poor defense.
DeMario Douglas UNDER 46.5 receiving yards
Mac Jones' future at quarterback is in question heading into this one as the Patriots continue to be ineffective on offense. While sportsbooks haven't posted Jones' passing yard props, I don't believe the Patriots have an answer at QB on the roster, so I'll fade Douglas' receiving yards prop.
While he has gone over this mark in four of his last five games, the Giants' secondary has much improved over the last several weeks, eighth in EPA/Dropback since Week 8. I believe the Patriots will struggle to move the ball through the air and Douglas, the team's big-play threat, is quiet come Sunday.
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