Najee Harris, Justin Herbert Most Popular Player Props for Steelers vs. Chargers on Sunday Night Football
Joe Sargent/Getty Images. Pictured: Najee Harris
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Los Angeles Chargers NFL Odds
|Steelers Odds||+6 (-110)|
|Chargers Odds||-6 (-110)|
|Date||Sunday, Nov. 21|
|Time||8:20 p.m. ET|
Odds are according to DraftKings as of Sunday morning.
The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Inglewood to take on the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday Night Football.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will play after passing coronavirus-related health protocols on Saturday. There was a chance he would have been unable to play after missing last week’s game against the Detroit Lions.
Najee Harris will still figure to get a ridiculous amount of touches against the Chargers’ worst ranked run defense, according to DVOA. Harris has averaged about 20 rushes per game since the Steelers changed their blocking scheme about a month ago.
And the public is following along. This week’s most popular player prop is on Harris to score a touchdown at any point in the game.
The second-most popular player prop involves Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, who has vaulted himself into the MVP conversation with a fantastic sophomore season.
Steelers v. Chargers Most Popular NFL Player Props
- Najee Harris to score a touchdown at any time (-125)
- Justin Herbert to throw for more than 1.5 touchdowns (-210)
- Austin Ekeler to score a touchdown at any time (-175)
Odds and data are provided by PointsBet as of Sunday
Harris has fulfilled his most popular player prop in six out of nine games.
That 66.67% rate implies odds of about -200.
This prop has gobs of value. Again, the Chargers have a terrible run defense. The Steelers are going to be pounding the rock heavily, as they normally do. This is worth a full unit.
Herbert’s second-most popular prop has been fulfilled in five of his nine games this season.
That implies odds of about -125. With the -210 odds available, this one isn’t even worth a flier.
Take Harris’ touchdown prop — and perhaps even his rushing yard prop at o81.5 — and call it a day.
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