Nick Chubb Player Props Tips and Trends (Week 4 vs the Cowboys)

Written by on October 6, 2020

Nick Chubb and the Cleveland Browns visit the Dallas Cowboys on Monday at AT&T Stadium. Here are some tips for betting on the RB’s rushing yards and touchdowns prop bets in the matchup with the Dallas Cowboys.

Chubb’s Last Time Out

Nick Chubb’s Last Time Out
Opponent Att Yds TDs Total Yds
Week 3 Football Team 19 108 2 110

Betting Information

Nick Chubb Week 4 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Rushing Yards 85.5 -117 -113
Rushing TDs 0.5 -135 105

Rushing Yards Betting Trends

  • Sunday’s rushing yards prop bet for Chubb is set at 85.5. That is 11.8 more yards than his season average of 97.3.
  • In 66.7% of his games this season (two of three matchups), Chubb has put up more than 85.5 rushing yards.
  • Chubb has outpaced his season rushing yards prop average (78.5) by 18.8 yards.
  • Chubb has hit the over on his rushing yards totals in two games (66.7%) out of three opportunities.
  • In two games this season (66.7%), Chubb has rushed for more than his average rushing yards over/under of 78.5.
  • Dallas has allowed no players to pile up more than 85.5 rushing yards in a game this season.
  • Chubb will go up against a Cowboys squad that allows 127.7 rushing yards per game and is the NFL’s 22nd-ranked rush defense.

Rushing TDs Betting Tips

  • Chubb has averaged 1.3 rushing touchdowns per game, 0.8 more than the over/under in Sunday’s game (0.5).
  • Chubb recorded more than 0.5 rushing touchdowns in two out of three games this season (66.7% of his chances).
  • Chubb has averaged 0.8 more rushing touchdowns per game than his season-long average prop bet total (0.5).
  • Chubb hit the over on rushing touchdowns prop bets in two of three games this year (66.7% of his chances).
  • Chubb has gone over his average prop bet for rushing touchdowns (0.5) in two of three games (66.7%).
  • Dallas has allowed at least one rushing touchdown to just one player this season.
  • Chubb and the Browns will face off against the NFL’s eighth-best defense at allowing rushing touchdowns (0.7 per game).

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