Plenty of player props are available for this Thursday Night Football showdown between the Los Angeles Rams and the Las Vegas Raiders. These West coast teams will battle it out tonight, and below, we'll guide you through the best player prop bets to make, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.
Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles Rams Match Details
Fixture: Las Vegas Raiders @ Los Angeles Rams
Date & Time: Thursday, December 8, 8:15 p.m. EDT
Venue: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
NFL Player Prop #1: Derek Carr Over 21.5 Passing Completions (-114)
Derek Carr wasn't very efficient last week against the other LA team, as he finished 16-for-30 versus the Chargers in his team's win. Still, prior to that game, Carr had three straight games with 23 or more completions, and tonight he should be able to take advantage of a weak Rams pass defense. The Rams have allowed 27.8 pass completions per game over their past five games, and tonight they'll likely have issues getting consistent stops. Expect Carr to get to 22 completions tonight versus a struggling Rams defense.
NFL Player Prop #2: Van Jefferson Under 35.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
Van Jefferson has been forced into a larger role with wide receivers Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson out, but he hasn't really put up big numbers. On the year, he averages just 27.2 yards per game on 2.2 catches. His targets are somewhat high at 4.6, but the fact that he's reeled in less than his targets is significant. Tonight, the Rams are likely starting Baker Mayfield, and the former Panthers and Browns QB might not be in sync with his receivers in his debut with his new team. Expect Jefferson, who hasn't done much this year, to stay under this prop tonight.
NFL Player Prop #3: Ben Skowronek Under 27.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
Ben Skowronkek was cleared to play yesterday, but he hasn't been very consistent this year. With the injuries to Kupp and Robinson, Skowronek is probably the third or fourth-best receiving option now, but the wideout hasn't shown much this year. Since Kupp and Robinson have been sidelined, Skowronek only has 35 total receiving yards on seven targets and four catches. The Rams haven't announced their starting QB, but whether it's Mayfield or John Wolford, expect Skowronek to have a quiet game regardless.