Colts vs Bengals Player Prop Trends: Jonathan Taylor NFL Prop Bets Week 6

Written by on October 16, 2020

Jonathan Taylor and the Indianapolis Colts host the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday at Lucas Oil Stadium, and the running back has rushing prop bets for yards and touchdowns set for the matchup.

Taylor’s Last Time Out

Jonathan Taylor’s Last Time Out
Opponent Att Yds TDs Total Yds
Week 5 Browns 12 57 1 74

Betting Information

Jonathan Taylor Week 6 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Rushing Yards 78.5 -112 -118
Rushing TDs 0.5 -142 112

Rushing Yards Betting Trends

  • Sunday’s rushing yards over/under for Taylor is set at 78.5 yards. That’s 17.1 less than his season average of 61.4.
  • In 20% of his games this season (one of five matchups), Taylor has put up more than 78.5 rushing yards.
  • Taylor rushes for 9.5 fewer yards per game than his average rushing yards prop bet this season (70.9 yards).
  • Taylor has hit the rushing yards over in only one of five opportunities (20%).
  • Taylor’s season-long rushing yards prop bet average is 70.9 yards, a figure he’s gone over only one time in five games (20%).
  • Cincinnati has allowed more than 78.5 total yards to only four players in a game this season.
  • The Bengals allow 159.0 yards per game on the ground, good for the NFL’s 29th-ranked rush defense.

Rushing TDs Betting Tips

  • Taylor has averaged 0.6 rushing touchdowns per game, 0.1 more than the over/under in Sunday’s game (0.5).
  • Taylor had more than 0.5 rushing touchdowns in three of five games this season (60% of his chances).
  • Taylor’s season-long average over/under is 0.5 rushing touchdowns. He has recorded 0.1 more touchdowns per game than that prop bet average.
  • Taylor hit the over on rushing touchdowns prop bets in three of five games this year (60% of his chances).
  • Taylor has outperformed his average rushing touchdowns prop bet total (0.5 TDs) in 60% of his games (three of five chances).
  • Cincinnati has allowed just four players to score at least one rushing touchdown this season.
  • Taylor and the Colts will face off against the NFL’s 18th-best defense at allowing rushing touchdowns (1.0 per game).
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