Nick Mullens Player Props Tips and Trends (Week 4 vs the Eagles)

Written by on October 6, 2020

Nick Mullens and the San Francisco 49ers host the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday at Levi’s Stadium. Here are some tips for betting on the QB’s passing yards and touchdowns prop bets in the matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Mullens’ Last Time Out

Nick Mullens’ Last Time Out
Opponent Comp Att Yds TDs INTs
Week 3 Giants 25 36 343 1 0

Betting Information

Nick Mullens Week 4 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Passing Yards 262.5 -116 -114
Passing TDs 1.5 -121 -109

Passing Yards Betting Trends

  • Sunday’s passing yards prop bet for Mullens is set at 262.5, 55.5 fewer yards than his season average of 207.0.
  • One time this season (out of two total games — 50%), Mullens has tallied more than 262.5 yards through the air.
  • Mullens has fallen short of his season passing yards prop bet average (241.5 passing yards) by 34.5 yards per game on average.
  • Mullens has exceeded his passing yards total in 100% of his opportunities this season (one of one game).
  • Mullens’ season-long passing yards prop bet average is 241.5, which he’s gone over in half of his games.
  • Philadelphia has allowed only two players to register more than 262.5 passing yards in a game this season.
  • The Eagles are the NFL’s 13th-ranked pass defense this season, yielding 258.7 yards per game through the air.

Passing TDs Betting Tips

  • Mullens’ 0.5 passing touchdowns per game average is 1.0 less than his passing touchdowns prop bet over/under in Sunday’s contest (1.5).
  • Mullens has yet to throw for more than 1.5 TDs in a game through two outings this season.
  • Mullens’ average prop bet for passing touchdowns is an over/under of 1.5 per game. He is averaging 1.0 less passing touchdown per game than that average.
  • Mullens has not hit the over on a passing touchdown prop bet through two games this year.
  • Through two games, Mullens has not eclipsed his season-long average prop bet over/under for passing touchdowns (1.5 TDs).
  • Philadelphia has given up more than 1.5 passing touchdowns to just two players in a game this season.
  • The Eagles defense has allowed the 10th most passing touchdowns in the NFL this season (2.0 per game).

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