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Player Props to Target for the 2022 NFL Season: Week 13

Player Props to Target for the 2022 NFL Season: Week 13

We are back for our weekly series of which player props you should target for the NFL season. In light of last week’s absence, we continue to search for some of the best player prop plays. This week includes many rookies, and all five plays will be decided through the air. With that being said, let’s jump in and see the best player props plays for Week 13 of the NFL season.

Garrett Wilson OVER 60.5 Receiving Yards @ MIN

Garrett Wilson, the 10th player selected in the 2022 Draft, has experienced an up-and-down rookie season. Wilson produced in his first couple of games in the NFL with Joe Flacco under center, however, his production — like all Jets receivers — fell off when Zach Wilson returned.

Last week, New York made another quarterback change and gave Mike White a chance. Wilson was one of the receivers who saw an increase in production last week with five receptions for 95 yards.

This week Jets offense faces a Minnesota defense that allows the most passing yards per game this season. The Vikings have allowed 276 yards through the air per game this season, and 327 in their last three. Wilson should continue to see targets from White this week after being targeted nine times last week, making him one of my favorite plays this week.

Kyren Williams OVER 16.5 Receiving Yards vs. SEA

Kyren Williams has started to carve out a role in a banged-up Rams offense in the past couple of weeks. After being injured most of the season, Williams has stepped up to the plate after Los Angeles released Darrell Henderson.

Last week against Kansas City, Williams out-snapped running back Cam Akers 38 to 16. With Williams getting more playing time, Sean McVay is starting to implement him into this passing game. In his three games this year, Williams has seen three targets per game and has gone over this line twice. 

The rookie running back faces a great matchup this week against a Seattle team who allows running backs to be efficient in the passing game this year. The Seahawks have allowed six receptions for 49.5 yards per game to running backs this year. If McVay continues to give Williams a good amount of snaps, Bryce Perkins should be checking down fairly often which makes this player prop have great value,

Brandon Aiyuk OVER 55.5 Receiving Yards vs. MIA

San Francisco is loaded with weapons all around the offense. Brandon Aiyuk is only adding to how dangerous this offense can become. Aiyuk is turning into one of Jimmy Garoppolo’s favorite targets this year, consistently racking up plenty of yards this season. He’s only gone under this mark once in his past seven games. 

San Francisco and Aiyuk have a decent matchup this weekend against the Miami Dolphins. So far this season, Miami has the 22nd-worst pass defense. In the past three weeks, they have the fourth-best pass defense, but that is against the Texans, Browns, and Bears. Expect a close game, which will force the 49ers to stay aggressive to keep up with Miami and give plenty of opportunities for Aiyuk to smash this number this weekend.

Skyy Moore OVER 24.5 Receiving Yards @ CIN

Another rookie to this week’s player prop list, Skyy Moore has seen an increasing role within the high-scoring Chiefs offense. With Kadarius Toney missing another game and Mecole Hardman still on IR, Moore has been climbing up the depth chart.

In the past two games, Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid have called Moore’s number quite frequently. Averaging five receptions on six targets per game with 49.5 yards, Moore has been a major part of the Chiefs’ offense.

Expect a high-scoring game between the two teams this weekend in Cincinnati. In last year’s regular season game, Mahomes had 358 yards in a game the Chiefs lost. Mahomes has been on a tear this year and has been spreading the ball around to all of his weapons. Moore should see plenty of targets and a couple of gadget plays this weekend, making him one of the best props for Week 13.

Gerald Everett OVER 3.0 Receptions @ LV

Gerald Everett has been a big weapon for Justin Herbert and the Chargers’ offense over the past five weeks. Everett had three games of five receptions and one game of four and two receptions. Everett should continue to see plenty of targets with Mike Williams out for another game for the Los Angeles offense.

Another thing going for Everett would be the Raiders’ defense against tight ends this year. Tight ends against Las Vegas have averaged to see seven targets and five receptions per game. If Herbert and Vegas continue the trend, Everett should be a sneaky play this weekend if you’re looking for a player prop to play.

You can either tail or fade these plays at your own risk. However, I’m feeling confident with all five this weekend. Make sure you come back next week to see how we did with our player props for Week 13. Also, come back to check out our favorite player props for Week 14 of the NFL season.



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