NFL Player Prop Prediction for New York Jets vs Denver Broncos: Zach Wilson, Breece Hall, Corey Davis - October 23 | 2022 NFL Season

New York Jets v Denver Broncos
New York Jets vs Denver Broncos

NFL Player Prop Predictions are out for the game between the New York Jets and the Denver Broncos on Sunday (October 23).

For all betting enthusiasts, it's time to multiply the winnings in your betting slip.

Match Details: Jets vs Broncos

Fixture: Jets at Broncos

Date and Time: Sunday, October 23; 4:05 pm ET

Venue: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

#1 NFL Player Prop: Zach Wilson Under 0.5 Pass Touchdowns (+165)

Since his first game back against Pittsburgh in Week 4, where he completed 18 of his 36 passes for 252 yards and a score, Zach Wilson has not been given more than 21 pass attempts. Since then, he has only scored one touchdown, using his legs to score as a ball carrier close to the goal line in wins over Miami and Green Bay.

As Denver has the fifth-ranked pass defense in the NFL, Wilson shouldn't expect to score any more touchdowns through the air in Week 7. Wilson's zero passing touchdowns offers excellent value at +165, making it a no-brainer player prop to target, particularly in light of the Jets' success running the ball with Breece Hall.

#2 NFL Player Prop: Breece Hall Over 70.5 Rushing Yards (-115)

With regards to Breece Hall, his odds of finishing with at least 71 rushing yards are -115. Denver ranks 13th in terms of run defense but is superior against passing offenses. In his last three games, Hall has handled 17 or more touches, resulting in two performances that included well over seven rushing yards.

Hall only had 17 carries for 66 rushing yards against Pittsburgh's run defense, but he had 97 against Miami and 116 against Green Bay. Taking Hall to continue his surge at -120 is a solid option in a game script that will cater to his usage after Denver allowed Las Vegas and Indianapolis to rush for more than 100 yards combined.

#3 NFL Player Prop: Corey Davis Over 29.5 Receiving Yards (-120)

None of New York's passing options are particularly good, but in Week 2's incredible double-digit comeback win over Cleveland, Garret Wilson connected with Joe Flacco. Zach Wilson's go-to target in the Jets' passing offense continues to be veteran wideout and former first-round choice Corey Davis.

Wilson will still need to make at least 20 passes despite the fact that New York will want to limit the amount of time they have on the ball, with Breece Hall leading the charge.

Wilson's return to the starting quarterback position has coincided with Davis' three straight games with over 32 receiving yards. Corey Davis should be hammered at -115 to finish with 32 receiving yards despite facing Denver's strong secondary.

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Edited by Diptanil Roy