Saturday Night Football Props: Best Broncos Vs. Lions Props & Odds

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Week 15 will have the first Saturday games of the 2023-24 NFL season. The day has three contests on the schedule, with the Denver Broncos taking on the Detroit Lions in the nightcap. The game kicks off at 8:15 p.m. ET in Detroit. The Lions are favorites on the point spread and have Super Bowl 58 odds of , while the Broncos sit at .

Saturday night football player props: Broncos vs. Lions

In Week 14, the Lions and Broncos were on opposite ends of the results of their games. The Broncos defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 24-7 on the road, with Easton Stick relieving an injured Justin Herbert. Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 224 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception.

Conversely, the Lions lost on the road to the Chicago Bears, 38-13. This came three weeks after the Lions had a come-from-behind win at home over the Bears, 31-26. The Lions fell to 9-4, while the Broncos improved to 7-6. 

Below is a combination of props from top NFL online sportsbooks. If you are located in a state where pick’em contests are legal, you can also check out our PrizePicks and Underdog reviews.

Anytime TD props for Broncos vs. Lions

Heading into Week 15, the Lions are allowing 12.54 receptions on 19.77 targets for 159.46 receiving yards and 1.15 touchdowns per game to opposing wide receivers. The Broncos, meanwhile, are allowing 124.69 rushing yards and 0.85 rushing touchdowns per game to opposing running backs. Lions running back Jahmyr Gibbs and Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton will look to lead their teams at their positions. 

Quarterback passing props for Broncos vs. Lions

Under center in this game will be Jared Goff for the Lions and Russell Wilson for the Broncos. Heading into Week 15, the Lions are averaging 252.8 passing yards per game (218.7 over their last three), while the Broncos are at 185.8 (168.3 over their last three). The Lions are allowing 226.6 passing yards per game, while the Broncos are giving up 233.4. 

Over/under passing yard props

Passing TD prop bets

Receiving yard props for Broncos vs. Lions

This season, Sutton has been Wilson’s favorite target. He has seen 76 targets and caught 53 of them for 704 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. No one else on the team has more than three receiving touchdowns. Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown has seen 118 targets and caught 87 of them for 1,063 receiving yards and six TDs. The next closest Lions receiver is tight end Sam LaPorta, with 702 yards and six touchdowns. 

Longest reception props

Looking at the Broncos’ and Lions’ depth charts, Marvin Mims Jr. and Jameson Williams lead their teams in average depth of target. On 26 targets, Mims has an average depth of target of 15 yards. Meanwhile, Williams has also seen 26 targets with an average depth of target north of 17 yards. Six players on the Lions are averaging over 10 yards per reception; the Broncos have five. 

Rushing yard props for Broncos vs. Lions

The Lions have used David Montgomery (161 carries) and Gibbs (128 carries) prominently in the running game. Montgomery is averaging 4.8 yards per carry to Gibbs’ 5.4. Combined, they have 16 rushing touchdowns. For the Broncos, Javonte Williams has 115 more carries than the next closest running back with 170. He’s averaging 3.8 yards per carry with one touchdown.