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Week 6 NFL Player Prop Odds and Parlay

Sports bettors looking to cash in on a big parlay with juicy odds need to check out this three-leg player prop bet.

The Week 6 slate of NFL games features nine games with point spreads of six points or less.

Patrick Mahomes as a home underdog for the first time in his career!

Betting against Josh Allen who is 42-22 as a starter!

Trying to pick the winner of the Bills vs. Chiefs showdown is simply not wise bankroll management.

Instead, sports bettors can find more value in Player Prop Bets.

What is a Player Prop?

In this type of wager, bettors are afforded the opportunity to combine their favorite player propositions into one single ticket. It's a simple and thrilling way to make small investments at plus-odd payouts without having to tackle conventional game spread or point total betting.

As always, when building player prop tickets, always be sure to pay close attention to any significant moves on game point totals by oddsmakers.

Let’s build a winning ticket for Sunday in Week 6 of the NFL!

Gabe Davis, WR, Bills OVER 55.5 Rec Yards

Fantasy managers are firing up Davis hoping for a repeat performance of last season’s AFC playoffs outburst at Arrowhead Stadium. The emerging wideout was amazing, hauling in eight passes for 201 yards and an NFL playoff-record four touchdowns. Last week, Davis grabbed three of six targets for 171 yards and two touchdowns. In Week 7, the third-year wideout will likely draw struggling Chiefs cornerback Rashad Fenton who has allowed 19 receptions on 23 targets this season. Kansas City has allowed seven opposing wideouts to surpass this projection of 55.5 receiving yards (Greg Dortch, 63; Mike Williams, 113; Michael Pittman, 72; Alec Pierce, 61; Mike Evans, 103; Chris Godwin, 59; Davante Adams, 124) through five games.

George Kittle, TE, 49ers OVER 43.5 Rec Yards

Kittle finally got involved in the 49ers' passing game, drawing a season-high six targets against Carolina last Sunday. In Week 6, the veteran tight end will encounter a Falcons defense that is allowing 71 receiving yards per game to opposing tight ends. In two career games against Atlanta, Kittle has averaged 9.5 receptions for 113.5 yards.

Eno Benjamin, RB, Cardinals, OVER 52.5 Rush Yards

In the final leg of our Player Prop Parlay, we will target a player who is taking over the lead role due to injury. Benjamin is the starting Arizona running back this week against Seattle due to the rib injury suffered by James Connor last week in the loss to the Eagles. In addition, Benjamin is expected to get a bell-cow workload as the club also will be without fellow back Darrel Williams due to a knee injury. Seattle has allowed five opposing running backs to surpass this projection of 52.5 receiving yards (Melvin Gordon, 58; Jeff Wilson, 84; Cordarrelle Patterson, 141; Jamaal Williams, 108; Alvin Kamara, 103) through five games.

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Gabe Davis, WR, Bills OVER 55.5 Rec Yards

George Kittle, TE, 49ers OVER 43.5 Rec Yards

Eno Benjamin, RB, Cardinals, OVER 52.5 Rush Yards