NFL Player Props, Odds, Expert Picks for Week 18, 2023: D’Andre Swift for 32.5 rushing yards

NFL Player Props, Odds, Expert Picks for Week 18, 2023: D’Andre Swift for 32.5 rushing yards

NFL Player Props, Odds, Expert Picks for Week 18, 2023: D’Andre Swift for 32.5 rushing yards

The season-long NFL quarterback carousel continues into Week 18, so NFL could be a tricky proposition against the spread and money line picks. This is also the last full chart for NFL prop betting. There are 14 games on the Sunday week 18 NFL schedule and Sam Howell will start as quarterback for the Commanders while Nathan Peterman will get the call for the Bears. That will make 66 different starting quarterbacks in the NFL this season, a league record. Most quarterbacks and skill players have numerous NFL props at their disposal. How about Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow against the Ravens, or even resurgent Carolina quarterback Sam Darnold against the Saints? You’ll have to dig to find value, so before you prop bet for NFL Week 18, be sure to check out the best NFL tips and predictions from NFL props expert Alex Selesnick.

Selesnick (aka PropStarz) specializes in NFL, MLB and NBA prop betting where he implements a combination of research, statistical analysis and mathematical modelling.

The pundit has his picks crushed and is a highly profitable 40-26 on NFL prop picks in this column in the first 17 weeks. He also went 130-89 (+26.69 units) in MLB props games in the 2022 season and is up nearly 235 units in NBA props and futures games over the past two or more seasons.

Now, after combing through the hundreds of available Week 18 NFL prop bets, PropStarz has found four value picks that he loves. He only shares them at SportsLine.

The best NFL props of week 18

One prop play that PropStarz has all over the place for NFL Week 18 is Lions running back D’Andre Swift for 32.5 rushing yards. Swift put in a 78-yard performance against the Bears last week. In fact, he surpassed that total in one run, covering 35 yards on his longest rush and averaging 7.1 yards per carry. Now he faces a Packers defense that has had a running funnel this season. Green Bay allows 142 yards per game (26th in the NFL) and 5.0 per carry (27th).

The third-year pro and the Lions have a chance to secure a playoff spot with a win. Even if Seattle wins early to scuttle those plans, Detroit won’t mind spoiling Green Bay, who come in with a win. To beat the Packers, the Lions know they have to keep the ball rolling. Swift has surpassed that number five times this season, and he’s had at least eight carries each time. See what other NFL props you can make here.

How to Make NFL Week 18 Prop Bets and NFL Predictions

PropStarz has pinned three more confident Week 18 NFL prop picks. That includes a receiver who should fly beyond his receiving yards against a poor pass defense. You can only see these tips at SportsLine.

What are the best Week 18 NFL prop bets you can make? Which receiver should easily exceed its mileage? Visit SportsLine now to see the best NFL Week 18 prop bets, all from the expert, aged 40-26 this season in this article, playing his SportsLine props.

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