Here's three of the best prop bets for this Week 16 showdown, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.
49ers vs Titans Prop Bets Tonight
1. Aaron Jones - Rushing Yards: Under 49.5 (-114)
Aaron Jones hasn't produced as hoped this season, averaging a career-worst 4.4 rushing yards per carry. He's also failed to hit the 50-yard mark in three of his last four games. Meanwhile, the Browns have actually been efficient against the runt his year, allowing the ninth-fewest rushing yards per game. Even with the Packers projected to lead, Jones still has to deal with A.J. Dillon stealing some of his opportunities. With Jones also being a limited participant in practice throughout the week, it could be a quiet game for him on the ground.
2. Davante Adams - Receiving Yards: Over 87.5 (-114)
Davante Adams has proven why he's one of football's top wideouts throughout the 2021 NFL season. He's showcased that by going for at least 100 receiving yards in three of his last four games. Adams could be slated for another massive performance since the Browns are giving up the fourth-most receiving yards per game on the road. Everybody already knows how much Aaron Rodgers loves targeting his top pass-catcher and that should be the case once again against a vulnerable Cleveland defense.
3. Nick Chubb - Rushing Yards: Under 85.5 (-114)
With his Week 15 performance, Nick Chubb has now rushed for over 1,000 yards in each of his last three seasons. Unfortunately, his momentum may come to an end against a Packers defense surrendering the 13th-fewest rushing yards this season. Not only that but Green Bay has held individual running backs to 55 or fewer yards in each of its last three games. With the Packers projected to win the game, Chubb may see fewer rushing opportunities as time goes on, which will make hitting the over that much more difficult.
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