Josh Reynolds Props: Lions WR Has Heavy Bonus, Incentive Riding vs. Vikings

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Lions wide receiver Josh Reynolds has a heavy bonus riding on his game against the Vikings on Sunday.

Reynolds will earn $250,000 with a receiving touchdown. He'll also earn another $250,000 if he nets just 36 receiving yards.

So, it stands to reason that Reynolds' player props have been juiced heavily in the marketplace, having acknowledged this incentive structure.

UPDATE: With 44 receiving yards on 5 catches on Sunday against Minnesota, Reynolds hit his incentive for receiving yards. He did not score a TD against the Vikings, however.

Reynolds' best market price on his anytime TD is with Caesars at +375. Ensure that you line shop. This line is as low as +200 at WynnBet — a substantial 47% reduction. It's a massive difference.

And with Reynolds' receiving yards prop, the market is down for that particular line. Expect his prop to record at least 36 receiving yards to be heavily juiced when and if that market reemerges.

For context, this game matters for the Lions, but barely. Detroit needs to win this game and have both the Eagles and Cowboys lose during the 4:25 p.m. window in order to earn the No. 2 seed. Otherwise, they get the No. 3 seed and only one guaranteed home game.

The Cowboys play the lowly Commanders while the Eagles play the lowly Giants.

Quarterback Jared Goff will play, but this may be one of those games where the intensity isn't quite there from the jump. Preventing injury is paramount.

As aforementioned, these markets have already deliberately incorporated these incentives into their prices. Do keep that in mind before firing away.

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