Best NFL prop bets for Seahawks vs. Lions in NFL Week 2 (Can Jared Goff keep streak going?)

Breaking down the best prop bets for the Detroit Lions' matchup.

Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff.
Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff. / Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

The Detroit Lions are a fun team to bet on in the prop market with a high-powered offense and some solid young talent. 

So why not make some picks for their Week 2 game with the Seattle Seahawks? 

I have a prop for Jared Goff to keep his crazy streak of not throwing a pick, as well as a play for rookie Jahmyr Gibbs. 

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Let’s dive in to the picks: 

Seahawks vs. Lions best NFL prop bets

  • Jared Goff UNDER 0.5 Interceptions 
  • Jahmyr Gibbs Anytime Touchdown Scorer
  • Kenneth Walker III OVER 61.5 Rushing Yards 

Jared Goff UNDER 0.5 Interceptions 

The Seahawks defense was torched in Week 1 by Matthew Stafford – who didn’t have his top target in Cooper Kupp, and Stafford is much more prone to throwing picks than Goff. 

In fact, Goff hasn’t thrown an interception since Week 9 of last season.

The Lions quarterback has a great offense around him, so I don’t mind taking him to do what he does bet and take care of the ball on Sunday. 

Jahmyr Gibbs Anytime Touchdown Scorer

The Seahawks were torched on the ground in Week 1 by Kyren Williams and Cam Akers, allowing three rushing touchdowns in a 30-13 loss. 

Now, they face the team that had a running back lead the NFL in rushing scores last season in the Lions. 

Jamaal Williams is gone, but David Montgomery found the end zone in Week 1 for Detroit. Now, I’m looking to his counterpart, rookie Jahmyr Gibbs, to punch one in on Sunday. 

Gibbs thrived in limited touches against the Kansas City Chiefs, turning seven carries into 42 yards while catching both of his targets for 18 yards. 

With the Lions having 10 days between games, I imagine they’re looking for even more ways to get Gibbs the ball in space. I love taking him to score against a weak Seattle run defense.

Kenneth Walker III OVER 61.5 Rushing Yards 

Second-year back Kenneth Walker III dominated the touches in the Seattle backfield in Week 1, finishing with 64 rushing yards in just 12 carries. He also saw five targets in the passing game. 

Seattle was playing behind for a good portion on its Week 1 game, so hopefully the team can play in a little better of a game script to get Walker involved on Sunday. 

Even with the negative game script in Week 1, Walker still cleared this prop against a defense that features Aaron Donald. I love him at this number in Week 2.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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