Jonathan Taylor Player Props Tips and Trends (Week 4 vs the Bears)

Written by on October 5, 2020

Jonathan Taylor and the Indianapolis Colts visit the Chicago Bears on Monday at Soldier Field. Here are some tips for betting on the RB’s rushing yards and touchdowns prop bets in the matchup against the Chicago Bears.

Taylor’s Last Time Out

Jonathan Taylor’s Last Time Out
Opponent Att Yds TDs Total Yds
Week 3 Jets 13 59 1 62

Betting Information

Jonathan Taylor Week 4 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Rushing Yards 78.5 -118 -112
Rushing TDs 0.5 -125 -105

Rushing Yards Betting Trends

  • Taylor has averaged 60.7 rushing yards per game in the 2020 season, 17.8 fewer than Sunday’s prop total.
  • In 33.3% of his games this season (one of three matchups), Taylor has put up more than 78.5 rushing yards.
  • Taylor rushes for 6.1 fewer yards per game than his average rushing yards prop this season (66.8 yards).
  • Taylor has hit the rushing yards over in just 33.3% of his opportunities (one of three games).
  • In only one game this season (33.3%), Taylor, rushed for more yards than his average rushing yards over/under of 66.8.
  • Chicago has given up more than 78.5 total yards to just two players in a game this season.
  • The Bears allow 119.0 yards per game on the ground, good for the NFL’s 16th-ranked rush defense.

Rushing TDs Betting Tips

  • Taylor has averaged 0.7 rushing touchdowns per game, 0.2 more than the over/under in Sunday’s game (0.5).
  • In two out of three games this season (66.7% of his chances), Taylor had more than 0.5 rushing touchdowns.
  • Taylor has averaged 0.2 more rushing touchdowns per game than his season-long average prop bet total (0.5).
  • 66.7% of Taylor’s games this season have seen him hit the over on rushing touchdowns prop bets (two of three outings).
  • Taylor has gone over his average prop bet for rushing touchdowns (0.5) in two of three games (66.7%).
  • Chicago has allowed at least one rushing touchdown to just four players this season.
  • Taylor and the Colts will face off against the NFL’s 25th-best defense at allowing rushing touchdowns (1.3 per game).

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