Heading to the Sunday slate of Week 10 NFL action, here are three Detroit Lions prop bets to consider against the Chicago Bears.
Before diving into Week 10’s Detroit Lions prop bets, let’s see how Week 9’s prop bets did.
RB Jamaal Williams, Anytime touchdown (-110): No touchdowns
WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, Over 6.5 receptions (-130): four receptions for 55 yards
St. Brown, Anytime touchdown (+130): No touchdowns
Ouch. On to Week 10.
The Lions will look to make it back-to-back wins over division rivals on Sunday, this time on the road against the Chicago Bears and one of the highest-scoring offenses in the NFL over the last three weeks. Containing the running of quarterback Justin Fields will be a particular challenge for the Detroit defense.
Via the sportbook noted for each, here are three Detroit Lions prop bets to try to cash in on for Week 10.
Detroit Lions prop bets for Week 10 at Chicago Bears
Jamaal Williams, Anytime (-120) or First Touchdown (+650)-DraftKings
Williams has eight rushing touchdowns this season. The Bears have allowed 12 total touchdowns to running backs this season (tied for second-most in the league), including 10 rushing (tied for third-most in the league).
It’s overall a very good matchup for Williams (and D’Andre Swift too) in Week 10. A bet on Williams to score is an easy one, and if you wanted to get a little more aggressive a bet on him to score the first touchdown in the game would pay out nicely.
Amon-Ra St. Brown, Over 74.5 receiving yards (-110, DraftKings; -110, BetMGM)
Yes, it’s been a down stretch for St. Brown, with an ankle injury limiting him then costing him a game, then a head injury taking him out of another game very early. But the Bears have allowed 84 points over their last two games, with at least 77 yards and a touchdown allowed to CeeDee Lamb, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Rookie slot corner Kyler Gordon has also had some struggles.
St. Brown is in a nice rebound spot this week. A bet on him reaching 75 yards is an easily little parlay wih a bet on him going over on 6.5 receptions (-140 on DraftKings and BetMGM).
Jared Goff, Under 0.5 interceptions (+105, DraftKings)
Goff is usually good for at least one interception, especially on the road, and the Bears have averaged an interception per game they’ve played this season.
Goff is lined up to have some success through their air on Sunday, but the Lions also should have little trouble moving the ball on the ground. So his pass attempts may not top a 33.5 over/under (via BetMGM), and as a correlation avoiding an interception will be easier.
Note: Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.