Jeff Wilson Jr. Player Props Tips and Trends (Week 4 vs the Eagles)

Written by on October 5, 2020

Jeff Wilson Jr. and the San Francisco 49ers host the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday at Levi’s Stadium. Here are some betting insights and tips for the RB’s rushing prop bets.

Wilson’s Last Time Out

Jeff Wilson Jr.’s Last Time Out
Opponent Att Yds TDs Total Yds
Week 3 Giants 12 15 1 69

Betting Information

Jeff Wilson Jr. Week 4 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Rushing Yards 31.5 -109 -121
Rushing TDs 0.5 -104 -126

Rushing Yards Betting Trends

  • Wilson’s 9.0 rushing yards per game average in 2020 is 22.5 less than Sunday’s over/under.
  • Wilson has not rushed for more than 31.5 yards in a game through two outings this season.
  • Wilson rushes for 35.5 fewer yards per game than his average rushing yards over/under this season (44.5 yards).
  • Wilson has not hit the over on a rushing yard prop bet through two games this year.
  • Through two games, Wilson has not surpassed his season-long average prop bet over/under for rushing yards (44.5 yards).
  • Philadelphia has given up more than 31.5 total yards to just four players in a game this season.
  • Wilson will go up against a Eagles squad that allows 106.3 rushing yards per game and is the NFL’s seventh-ranked rush defense.

Rushing TDs Betting Tips

  • Wilson has averaged 0.5 rushing touchdowns per game, which is equal to the over/under in Sunday’s game.
  • Wilson has collected more than 0.5 rushing touchdowns in 50% of his games this season (one out of two chances).
  • Wilson’s season-long average over/under is 0.5 rushing touchdowns. He has collected the same amount of rushing touchdowns per game as that prop bet average.
  • 100% of Wilson’s games this year have seen him hit the over on rushing touchdowns prop bets (one of one outing).
  • Wilson has outperformed his average rushing touchdowns prop bet total (0.5 TDs) in half of his games.
  • Philadelphia has allowed only three players to score at least one rushing touchdown this season.
  • Wilson and the 49ers will face off against the NFL’s 25th-best defense at allowing rushing touchdowns (1.3 per game).

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