NFL Week 9 Player Props: Anytime TD, Passing Yards, Receptions, & More


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There are 10 NFL games starting between 1 p.m. and 4:25 p.m. ET this Sunday. On the page below, we’re breaking down the landscape of player props for those NFL Week 9 contests. 

A range of prop bets are available at some of the best NFL sportsbooks, including bets on touchdown scorers, passing props, rushing props, receiving props, and defensive stats. Some books have head-to-head props where you can bet on a player to perform better than an adversary. 

NFL Week 9 Sunday player props

There are a number of backup and rookie quarterbacks taking the field this Sunday. The Raiders are starting rookie Aidan O’Connell, with interim head coach Antonio Pierce calling his first game against the Giants. And Atlanta has said it will start Taylor Heinicke against rookie Jaren Hall and the Vikings. 

Matthew Stafford (thumb) is questionable for the Rams, Deshaun Watson (shoulder) is questionable for the Browns, and the Cardinals have yet to name a starter with Kyler Murray (ACL) back at practice and Clayton Tune available to step in following Arizona’s trade of Joshua Dobbs

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Anytime TD scorer props for NFL Sunday

Running backs Jonathan Taylor and Tony Pollard have fairly short odds to score touchdowns in their respective matchups, as do quarterbacks Lamar Jackson and Jalen Hurts. Here is a look at some of the numbers:

Quarterback passing props for NFL Sunday 

While backup QBs appear likely to get the start in certain matchups, Lamar Jackson and Geno Smith are both set to be in action as the Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks square off at 1 p.m. ET. In the late afternoon window, Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles take on Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys in an NFC East bout. 

Over/under NFL passing yard props

NFL passing TD props bets

Receiving yard props for NFL Week 9

A.J. Brown is on a hot streak for the Eagles with 125-plus yards in six straight games, an NFL record. On the other side of that matchup, CeeDee Lamb is coming off a career-best performance with 158 yards and two touchdowns. 

Reception props for NFL Sunday 

Inexperienced quarterbacks may look to check the ball down to steady receivers or tight ends to avoid making mistakes down the field. Seasoned quarterbacks might end up taking deep shots if their teams fall behind on Sunday.  

Rushing yard props for Week 9 

The days of the “workhorse” back might not be numbered for all teams, with players like Saquon Barkley and Josh Jacobs handling the bulk of the work out of their respective backfields. Those backs will face off in the late afternoon when the Raiders host the Giants.

Longest rush props for NFL Sunday 

It only takes one play to make or break a prop bet on the longest rush from a running back this Sunday.