Tonight’s NFL preseason game marks the beginning of the end. This weekend is the last weekend of preseason games, and we’re officially less than two weeks away from the regular season! For die-hard NFL fans, this is what we wait the entire offseason for.
We’re all ready for some legit NFL action. With roster cuts less than a week away, teams are looking to be blown away by fringe players who are hoping to make the team.
We’re going to take a look at some player props for tonight’s contest between the Philadephia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts along with the matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Kenny Pickett’s offseason has been quite the journey. He has been one of the most highly praised players, and many pundits are expecting him to make a massive leap in production for year two.
Tonight, Pickett is slated to at least start the first quarter, and we wouldn’t be surprised if he played for the first half.
This is his final chance to have in-game practice with his receiving weapons, and he’ll want to make the most out of this awesome opportunity. Look for Pickett to crush the over for passing yards in tonight’s game.
It might just be confirmation bias, but Godwin Igwebuike has crushed 36.5 rushing yards in the Falcons’ first two preseason games, so we’re just sending it tonight.
He’s been a surprising player for them throughout training camp and the preseason. Even though he’s bounced around the league, Igwebuike is fighting hard for a roster spot behind Bijan Robinson on the depth chart.
Look for another strong performance out of him tonight. He pushes hard for every yard, a valuable asset for the Falcons thus far.
Tonight, let’s give up the Funk. He has gotten ample opportunity for the Colts in their previous two preseason games but hasn’t been able to fully capitalize.
Although Jonathan Taylor’s status is unknown, it’s looking like Deon Jackson and Evan Hull have picked up most of the slack. Don’t overthink Funk’s rushing total under tonight.
I’m sorry… Devon who? After a zero-catch performance in the Eagles' first preseason game, Allen had two catches for 21 yards in the Eagles’ second performance.
Sure, this might seem like a flash in the pan that could turn into something, but his numbers were propped up by two high-yardage catches.
Don’t be fooled by last week’s performance, we’re projecting Allen to have less than 15 receiving yards tonight, smashing the under of 22.5.