Well, look no further! Here are some of my top player prop picks on SuperDraft for the Week 4 contest on TNF.
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Top SuperDraft Player Prop Picks for Week 4
Sam LaPorta, TE, Detroit Lions | 4 Receptions
The Lions’ rookie tight end is currently tied for the second-most receptions at the TE position this season with 18 grabs.
While Sam LaPorta did post a career-high eight receptions in Week 3, he has caught a minimum of five passes in each game to start the season. To say he is off to a great start would be an understatement.
— Detroit Lions (@Lions) September 24, 2023
LaPorta put on a show in Week 3. If you are skeptical about his fast start through his first three NFL games, that is fine. But his usage and production to start the season suggest he is going to be heavily involved in this passing game for the rest of the season, making him a fantasy football asset, too.
Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, Detroit Lions | 74.5 Receiving Yards
I tried to steer clear of prop contests involving Amon-Ra St. Brown last week because of a toe injury he picked in Week 2 against the Seattle Seahawks.
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Well, after catching nine passes for 102 yards in Week 3 against the Atlanta Falcons, it would seem his toe is doing well enough to not hinder his production.
St. Brown has gone for over 100 yards receiving in his last two games and should continue to be the focal point of this passing game.
Jordan Love, QB, Green Bay Packers | 229.5 Passing Yards
The Packers’ new franchise quarterback is off to a very encouraging start in 2023.
He has thrown for seven touchdowns to just one interception through the first three weeks, and that’s without the services of Christian Watson or Aaron Jones for the majority of the young season.
Speaking of Watson, if he is able to make his 2023 debut in Week 4, it could help unlock Jordan Love’s true statistical ceiling as a passer.
Love currently has an intended air yards per attempt — which is the average depth of target whether the pass is completed or not — of 10.6 yards, which leads all NFL quarterbacks.
If Watson were to return, some of those shots downfield may see a higher hit rate, which makes Love’s prop line a much safer bet.
However, even if Watson is unavailable, Love has thrown for over 230 yards in two of the first three games this season. I’m confident he can hit this mark with or without Watson in the lineup.
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