4 Best Prop Bets for Titans vs Jaguars Thursday Night Football Week 3

Zach Brunner
Jacksonville Jaguars v Tennessee Titans
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Week 3 kicks off with an AFC South battle between the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday Night Football.

The Titans are favored by 1.5 points on the road in Jacksonville, according to FanDuel Sportsbook, but in case you want to wager on more than just the spread or over/under, here are four intriguing prop bets to consider for tonight's game.

Thursday Night Football Week 3 Prop Bets

1. Derrick Henry - Rushing Yards: Over 74.5 (-118)

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Over his six career games against Jacksonville, Derrick Henry has averaged more than 85 rushing yards per game. While this is inflated due to a huge performance last season, he has still hit the over on this total twice in the last four meetings between these two teams. He has run for 84 and 82 yards in the first two games of the 2019 season, and while the Jaguars still feature a tough defense, they have been soft against the run. Jacksonville gave up 90 yards on the ground to Carlos Hyde in Week 2 and 81 to LeSean McCoy in Week 1.

2. Leonard Fournette - Rushing Yards: Under 70.5 (-118)

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While Henry has had success against Jacksonville, Leonard Fournette has struggled against Tennessee. He has averaged just 3.09 yards per rush against the Titans in his career, totaling 145 total rush yards in three games. With only 113 rushing yards through two games this season, this total seems like a lot for Fournette on Thursday night.

3. DJ Chark - Receiving Yards: Over 45.5 (-112)

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The Titans secondary has given up just 215 yards per game so far this season. However, Gardner Minshew isn't afraid to sling it and he often looks to second-year receiver DJ Chark. The wideout figures to have the best matchup of the Jags' starting receivers, going up against Adoree' Jackson. Chark has a five-inch advantage and has totaled 146 and 55 receiving yards in the first two games, respectively.

4. Gardner Minshew Interception: Yes (-186)

Minshew has looked great for a sixth-round rookie in a limited sample size this season. However, he's still a rookie that is playing on a short week against a talented Titans secondary. Tennessee has forced four turnovers so far this season, and they could force at least one interception tonight.

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