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Now let’s not waste any more time.
Here are our best SuperDraft picks for tonight’s NFL action:
Best SuperDraft Picks for Thursday Night Football Week 13
You can pick tons of players at SuperDraft, but let’s stick to Thursday Night Football!
There’s a lot to like in this game, with plenty of offensive studs on both sides of the ball. Let’s get into our best picks.
Jaxon Smith-Njigba More Than 39.5 Receiving Yards
Smith-Njigba has steadily become a bigger presence in the passing game, but keeps getting disrespected with his receiving yards props.
The rookie receiver has recorded 40+ receiving yards in six games this season, including six of the past seven games! Smith-Njigba has the benefit of playing with two established receivers in DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett – taking some defensive attention off of the rookie.
He had just three targets last week, but has averaged 13.9 yards per catch over the past seven games.
It might take three catches or less for him to hit this over, and there should be plenty of opportunities with Seattle playing the No. 1 scoring offense in the NFL.
Brandin Cooks More Than 40.5 Receiving Yards
Like Smith-Njigba, Cooks has also become more heavily featured in the offense as the season has progressed.
Cooks didn’t have more than 40 yards through ANY of his first five games, but he’s since gone over that number in four of the past five games.
He’s been targeted no less than four times over the past three weeks, including a 10-target game against the Giants, and he’s been hauling in several deep passes – averaging 14+ yards per catch over the past three games.
Dak Prescott’s options in the passing game are surprisingly thin after CeeDee Lamb, and Cooks should continue to, well… cook.
Tony Pollard Less Than 85.5 Rush + Receiving Yards
Pollard hasn’t had the season anyone expected and yet his lines still reflect that of a superstar running back.
He’s had 86 or more rush + receiving yards in just four of 11 games this season, and his touches have steadily decreased as Dallas has leaned more into its passing game.
Pollard has averaged 15.6 touches per game over the past eight games. That means he would have to average more than 5.5 yards per touch for you to feel good about hitting this mark.
That’s a number to like, considering that Pollard has averaged 4.53 yards per touch this season.
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