Week 7 of the 2022 NFL season concludes with an exciting Monday Night Football clash between the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots. FanDuel Sportsbook projects a one-sided battle, listing the Patriots as 8.5-point favorites with -405 moneyline odds.
Monday Night Football Prop Bets
Here are three of the best prop bets for the Bears vs Patriots matchup, courtesy of NFL odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Bears vs Patriots MNF Prop Bets Tonight
1. Justin Fields - Interception: Yes (-188)
Like he was as a rookie, Justin Fields continues to be a turnover machine this season. The former Ohio State product has had five interceptions through six games thus far, having thrown at least one pick in four of those games. Fields now has 15 INTs in 16 career starts and faces a Patriots team with six interceptions on the season — tied for ninth-most in the NFL. Likely facing pressure all night, Fields isn't good enough to overcome New England's defense like the top-tier quarterbacks in the league. Bill Belichick will force the 23-year-old to make mistakes like only Belichick can do, so don't be surprised if Fields throws a pick or two tonight.
2. Rhamondre Stevenson - Rushing Yards: Over 61.5 (-113)
Rhamondre Stevenson has been a stud on the ground in recent weeks, averaging 94 rushing yards over his last four games. A big part of that had to deal with fellow Patriots running back Damien Harris being sidelined. Even though Harris is slated to return on Monday, Stevenson should still be fine. After all, he's averaging 5.1 rushing yards per carry this season, meaning he'd only need about 12 carries to hit the over. For reference, Stevenson saw 13 carries in each of the last two games that Harris completed, so the former should still see enough volume even in a 50/50 split. With the Patriots projected to win in a big way, the game script should also be favorable enough for Stevenson to hit the over once New England inevitably begins to run out the clock.
3. Jakobi Meyers - Receiving Yards: Over 51.5 (-110)
Though the Patriots have a reputation for being a run-first team, wideout Jakobi Meyers has enjoyed a solid campaign. The Lithonia, GA native leads his teammates in both reception and receiving yards, and now has a great opportunity to hit the over on this prop. Meyers has finished with over 51.5 receiving yards in all four of his games this season, having not recorded fewer than 55 in a game. He averages six catches on 7.8 targets along with 13.4 yards per reception. In other words, hitting the over likely requires four catches — something he's done every game thus far. Even with the script favoring the run game, Meyers should see enough work to finish with 52-plus receiving yards.
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