NFL Player Prop Tips: T.J. Hockenson in Lions at Jaguars in Week 6

Written by on October 16, 2020

T.J. Hockenson will hit the field for the Detroit Lions against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday at TIAA Bank Field with prop bets set for receiving yards and touchdowns in the matchup. Here are some betting insights and tips for the TE’s props.

Hockenson’s Last Time Out

T.J. Hockenson’s Last Time Out
Opponent Rec Yds TDs
Week 4 Saints 2 9 1

Betting Information

T.J. Hockenson Week 6 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Receiving Yards 47.5 -116 -114
Receiving TDs 0.5 -103 -127

Receiving Yards Betting Trends

  • Hockenson is averaging 45.0 receiving yards per game, 2.5 less than his prop bet over/under for Sunday’s game (47.5).
  • Hockenson has totaled more than 47.5 receiving yards in 75% of his games this season (three out of four).
  • Hockenson has totaled 2.5 fewer receiving yards per game (45.0) than the average over/under he’s had set, 47.5.
  • Hockenson has gone over on receiving yards prop bets in three of his four games (75%).
  • In three of his four games (75%), Hockenson has gone over his average receiving yards prop bet of 47.5 yards.
  • Jacksonville has given up more than 47.5 receiving yards to 12 players this season.
  • The Jaguars have allowed the fifth-most receiving yards in the NFL this season (284.2 per game).

Receiving TDs Betting Tips

  • Hockenson has averaged the same number of receiving touchdowns as his prop bet total in Sunday’s game (0.5).
  • In 50% of his games this year (two out of four), Hockenson has gone over his prop bet total for his next matchup (0.5 receiving touchdowns).
  • Hockenson has grabbed the same number of receiving touchdowns as his season-long average prop bet over/under (0.5).
  • In only 33.3% of his games (one out of three), Hockenson has gone over his receiving touchdowns prop bet total.
  • In half of his contests, Hockenson has hit the over on his average receiving touchdowns prop bet total of 0.5.
  • Jacksonville has given up at least one receiving touchdown to 10 players this season.
  • This season, the Jaguars have been the eighth-worst defense in the NFL in allowing passing TDs, surrendering 2.2 per game.
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