We officially have three weeks of the 2023 NFL season in the books. Now that we have more data and game film to analyze, there are some player prop lines to take advantage of on SuperDraft heading into Week 4 of the NFL season.
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Top SuperDraft Player Prop Picks for Week 4 of NFL Action
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Calvin Ridley, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars | 65.5 Receiving Yards
The revenge game narrative isn’t one that I always lean into, but it happens to fall on a week where Calvin Ridley has posted back-to-back disappointing performances.
He has struggled with a case of the dropsies — leading the NFL with three drops so far this season — while the Jaguars’ offense hasn’t been able to find itself through the first three games of the season.
In what should be a get-right game against his former team, expect Ridley to capitalize on his opportunities in this contest.
Puka Nacua, WR, Los Angeles Rams | 6.5 Receptions
In what was a “down” week for Puka Nacua, he still managed to produce five receptions for 72 yards on seven targets while playing 96% of the offensive snaps.
Nacua already showcases a veteran-type feel for settling down in open zones, which is evident by the fact quarterback Matthew Stafford trusts him to read the defense with the same set of eyes as him just three games into his NFL career.
Over the past two weeks, a pair of other rookie wide receivers — Zay Flowers and Tank Dell — have managed to generate a minimum of seven receptions against this Colts defense.
Flowers, Dell, and Nacua all possess a versatile skill set that can move all over the formation, win against man or zone coverage, and generate extra yardage after the catch.
Expect Nacua to have one more big day before Cooper Kupp potentially returns to the lineup in Week 5.
Adam Thielen, WR, Indianapolis Colts | 50.5 Receiving Yards
Speaking of revenge narratives, Adam Thielen will be taking on his former team when the Minnesota Vikings travel to Charlotte to take on the Carolina Panthers.
Thielen is coming off of a monster performance of 11 receptions for 145 yards and a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3 and should be the focal point of the team’s passing attack again when they take on the high-powered Vikings offense.
Unfortunately, this breakout game came with backup quarterback Andy Dalton under center, who is unlikely to see any action in this contest with the return of rookie quarterback Bryce Young from his ankle injury.
Although Thielen hasn’t posted a monster game yet with Young under center, he did manage to find the end zone and generate 54 receiving yards against the stingy New Orleans Saints defense back in Week 2.
Chris Olave, WR, New Orleans Saints | 73.5 Receiving Yards
The simple fact that Chris Olave has topped 73.5 receiving yards comfortably in every game this season already makes this an enticing prop play. However, with starting quarterback Derek Carr dealing with a shoulder injury, many prop players may be a bit weary of Olave having a big day against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Well, in all three games this season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ secondary has allowed a wide receiver to top the 100-yard receiving mark. Those players were the team’s top options (Justin Jefferson, A.J. Brown, and DJ Moore).
If Carr is a go and doesn’t appear to be limited by his shoulder injury, Olave feels like a good play to top the century mark, much less the 74-yard mark in this prop play.
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