3 Best Prop Bets for Saints vs Seahawks Monday Night Football Game

Adam Taylor McKillop
Three best prop bets for the New Orleans Saints vs Seattle Seahawks Week 7 Monday Night Football game.
Three best prop bets for the New Orleans Saints vs Seattle Seahawks Week 7 Monday Night Football game. / Rob Carr/GettyImages

The New Orleans Saints will look to hand the Seattle Seahawks a third consecutive loss in Week 7's Monday Night Football matchup. New Orleans is currently a 4.5-point road favorite, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

If you're looking to add a little more excitement to the game, here's a look at the three best Saints-Seahawks prop bets.

Saints vs Seahawks Prop Bets Tonight

1. Alvin Kamara - Rushing Yards: Over 92.5 (-114)

Seattle's defense has not been up to the task of slowing down opposing runners and that trend continues on Monday. The Seahawks allow the third-most rushing yards (140.8) per contest across the NFL. Opponents know it, too, rushing the second-highest 32.0 attempts per contest. That shapes up for a heavy dose of Alvin Kamara, especially given New Orleans' beat up wide receiver depth chart. Kamara has recorded 20 rush attempts four times in his career and cashed in on 120 or more yards in half of those contests. Let's see what he can do with a heavy workload this week.

2. Marquez Callaway - Receiving Yards: Over 42.5 (-114)

As mentioned above, the New Orleans Saints wide receiver depth chart is hurting. Deonte Harris was ruled out and Michael Thomas is not yet back from the IR. That leaves Marquez Callaway as a clear-cut No. 1 option following his best performance of the year in Week 5 (4-of-8 catches for 85 yards and 2 TDs). New Orleans will lean heavily on the run, but when they do look to pass, Callaway is the best option. In 4 career games with 5+ targets, Callaway averages nearly 59 receiving yards. Five targets isn't a huge number for a top wide receiver option so let's cash in on this one.

3. Marquez Callaway - Anytime Touchdown (+175)

We're heading back to the Saints and Callaway with this third prop because of Seattle's unclear and injured running back depth chart. Seattle allows 1.67 passing touchdowns per contest this season, meaning one Saints pass-catcher is likely to find the end zone. Callaway and Winston showcased a newfound red zone chemistry, converting 2-of-2 targets to touchdowns in Week 5. Getting it priced at +175 is tough to ignore.

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