Chargers vs Jets Player Prop Trends: Justin Herbert NFL Prop Bets – October 18, 2020

Written by on October 12, 2020

Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers host the New York Jets on Monday at SoFi Stadium. Here are some tips for betting on the QB’s passing yards and touchdowns prop bets in the matchup with the New York Jets.

Herbert’s Last Time Out

Justin Herbert’s Last Time Out
Opponent Comp Att Yds TDs INTs
Week 4 Buccaneers 20 25 290 3 1

Betting Information

Justin Herbert Week 6 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Passing Yards 251.5 -114 -116
Passing TDs 1.5 -121 -109

Passing Yards Betting Trends

  • Herbert has put up 310.3 passing yards per game in the 2020 season, 58.8 yards greater than Monday’s over/under.
  • In three of three games this season (100%), Herbert has thrown for more than 251.5 yards.
  • Herbert’s season passing yardage average of 310.3 is 89.3 yards higher than his 221 average passing yards over/under.
  • Herbert has hit the over on passing yards prop bets in two of two opportunities this year (100%).
  • In three games this season (100%), Herbert has exceeded his average passing yards over/under of 221.
  • New York has given up more than 251.5 passing yards to just one player in a game this season.
  • This week, Herbert will face the NFL’s 21st-ranked pass defense (275.2 yards allowed per game).

Passing TDs Betting Tips

  • Herbert is averaging 1.7 passing touchdowns per game, 0.2 more than the over/under of 1.5 set for Sunday’s matchup.
  • In one of three games this season (33.3%), Herbert has grabbed more than 1.5 passing touchdowns.
  • Herbert’s season average of 1.7 passing touchdowns per game is 0.2 more than the average over/under of his passing touchdowns prop bets, at 1.5.
  • In half of his games, Herbert has gone over on passing touchdowns prop bets.
  • Herbert has scored more than 1.5 passing touchdowns — his season-long average passing touchdowns prop bet over under — in just one of his three games (33.3%).
  • Only three players have thrown for more than 1.5 touchdowns in a game against New York this season.
  • The Jets have allowed eight touchdowns through the air this season (1.6 per game), the 18th most in the NFL.
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