Week 6 Prop Trends: D.J. Moore NFL Prop Bets for Panthers vs Bears

Written by on October 16, 2020

D.J. Moore’s Carolina Panthers hit the field against the Chicago Bears on Monday at Bank of America Stadium. The WR has prop bets set for receiving yards and touchdowns in the matchup. Here are some betting insights and tips for those props.

Moore’s Last Time Out

D.J. Moore’s Last Time Out
Opponent Rec Yds TDs
Week 5 Falcons 4 93 1

Betting Information

D.J. Moore Week 6 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Receiving Yards 68.5 -111 -119
Receiving TDs 0.5 -104 -126

Receiving Yards Betting Trends

  • Moore is averaging 76.2 receiving yards per game, 7.7 more than the over/under of 68.5 set for Sunday’s matchup.
  • In two of five games this year (40%), Moore has totaled more than 68.5 receiving yards.
  • Moore’s season average of 76.2 receiving yards per game is 1.3 more than the average over/under of his prop bets, 74.9.
  • In just two of his five games (40%), Moore has gone over on receiving yards prop bets.
  • Moore has surpassed his average receiving yards prop bet (74.9 yards) in only 40% of his games (two of five chances).
  • Just two players have recorded more than 68.5 receiving yards against Chicago this season.
  • The Bears have given up the 25th-most receiving yards in the NFL this season (243.8 per game).

Receiving TDs Betting Tips

  • Moore has collected 0.2 receiving touchdowns per game, 0.3 less than his prop bet for Sunday’s game (0.5).
  • In one out of five games this year (20%), Moore has snagged more than 0.5 receiving touchdowns.
  • Moore has reeled in 0.2 receiving touchdowns per game, which is 0.3 fewer than his season average.
  • In just 25% of his games (one of four), Moore has gone over his receiving touchdowns prop bet total.
  • In only one of his five games (20%), Moore has gone over his average receiving touchdowns prop bet total of 0.5.
  • Chicago has allowed only four players to score at least one receiving touchdown this season.
  • The Bears have allowed opposing receivers to grab 0.8 touchdowns per game this season, the lowest mark in the NFL.
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