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Jonathan Taylor, Parris Campbell and Najee Harris Best Prop Bets and Odds for Monday Night Football

The player prop markets for the Colts and Steelers playmakers offer great opportunities for any NFL bettors looking at taking action on MNF.

The Indianapolis Colts host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night in a battle between two teams trying to fight their way back to .500.

This will be the first meeting between these teams since 2020 and Pittsburgh has dominated the recent series history with seven wins in a row over Indianapolis. Both the Colts and Steelers are among the bottom five teams in the league in points per game, so it’s no surprise that this point total is set below 40.

In what’s projected to be a low-scoring affair, there are still players on both offenses to get excited about, and three of them are the focus of the best three player props for this Monday night matchup.

Parris Campbell Over 42.5 Receiving Yards (-110)

Pittsburgh allows the second-most passing yards per game (272.1) in the NFL and Campbell has been one of Matt Ryan’s favorite targets all season. Since Ryan returned as the starter two weeks ago, the two have connected 12 times for 143 yards and Campbell has at least 65 yards and six targets in each game. He’s surpassed this receiving total in six of 11 games this year and averages exactly 44 yards per game. And if you just look at his last six games, when his involvement in the offense increased, he’s hit this total in five of those contests and did so comfortably most of the time.

Jonathan Taylor Under 86.5 Rushing Yards (-120)

For as bad as Pittsburgh’s passing defense is, it makes up for it by limiting opposing offenses on the ground. Only six teams allow fewer rushing yards per game than the Steelers, who are glad to have T.J. Watt back in the fold. For the season, Taylor has surpassed this total just twice and both games came against two of the worst run defenses in the league (Houston and Las Vegas). Taylor’s carried the rock 20-plus times in both games since Jeff Saturday took over as interim head coach, but the offense might have more success through the air this week as Taylor could be stifled on the ground.

Najee Harris Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+125)

Harris has just three scores all year, two of which came last week. But the Steelers' offense has moved the ball well over the last two games and rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett is starting to come into his own. Harris also posted his best outings of the season in the past two weeks against the Bengals and Saints with at least 20 opportunities and 90 scrimmage yards in each contest. He’ll have an opportunity to score — on the ground or through the air — against an Indianapolis defense that isn’t overly difficult to run on.