3 Best Prop Bets for Bears vs Packers Sunday Night Football Week 2

3 Best Prop Bets for Bears vs Packers Sunday Night Football Week 2


The Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season includes a Sunday Night Football matchup between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. FanDuel Sportsbook projects a one-sided affair, listing the Packers as 10-point favorites at Lambeau Field.

Sunday Night Football Prop Bets

Here are three of the best prop bets for the Bears vs. Packers matchup, courtesy of NFL odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.

Bears vs Packers SNF Prop Bets Tonight

1. Aaron Rodgers - Passing Yards: Under 248.5

After last week's disappointing loss, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers looks to turn things around against a Bears team that he's owned throughout his career. While throwing for 249 yards or more is something Rodgers has accomplished many times, it's something he's done just once in his last six games against Chicago. In fact, the four-time NFL has averaged just 232.2 passing yards over that stretch. With the Packers likely getting a big lead early on, they'll turn to the run game more often. Rodgers' passing opportunities will be limited in that scenario, increasing the likelihood of his finishing with the under on this prop.

2. Darnell Mooney - Receptions: Over 4.5 (+124)

Darnell Mooney's Week 1 performance left a lot to be desired as he ended the day with one catch for eight yards. The weather played a major factor in the passing game's production, so he should see more than the three targets he saw last week. Mooney averaged 7.2 targets in Justin Fields' 10 starts last season and while he averaged 3.6 catches in that span, he finished with at least five on as many occasions. One of those instances includes a five-catch performance against the Packers. With the Bears likely trailing, expect Fields to look for Mooney early and often, leading to the latter hitting the over.

3. Justin Fields - Rushing Yards: Over 36.5 (-114)

Few quarterbacks run the ball as well as Fields, which is something he's excelled at against the Packers. In two meetings with Green Bay as a rookie, the Kennesaw, GA native turned 15 carries into 117 rushing yards, equating to 7.8 yards per attempt. Furthermore, he finished with the over on this prop in both games. Assuming that the 7.8 yards per carry trend continues, it'd only take Fields about 4.7 attempts to hit the over on this prop. Considering how he's averaged 6.5 carries in his 11 career starts, I'm confident that he can hit the over again against the Packers.

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