DeAndre Hopkins: NFL Player Props for Week 9 Cardinals vs Dolphins – November 8, 2020

Posted By Staff on November 7, 2020

DeAndre Hopkins and the Arizona Cardinals host the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at State Farm Stadium. Here’s some tips for betting on Hopkins’ receiving yards prop bets in the matchup with the Miami Dolphins.

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DeAndre Hopkins Week 9 Player Props

Hopkins’ Game-by-Game Stats

Week Opponent Off. Snaps Targets Receptions Yards TDs
Week 1 @49ers 77 16 14 151 0
Week 2 Washington 75 9 8 68 1
Week 3 Lions 61 12 10 137 0
Week 4 @Panthers 54 9 7 41 0
Week 5 @Jets 65 7 6 131 1
Week 6 @Cowboys 48 8 2 73 0
Week 7 Seahawks 80 12 10 103 1

Receiving Yards Betting Trends

  • Hopkins is averaging 100.6 receiving yards per game, 11.1 more than his prop bet over/under for Sunday’s game (89.5).
  • In 57.1% of his games this year (four out of seven), Hopkins has put up more than 89.5 receiving yards.
  • The Dolphins defense has allowed opposing receivers to rack up the eighth-most yards in the NFL this season (274.1 per game).
  • In four of his seven games (57.1%), Hopkins has gone over his average receiving yards prop bet of 84.4 yards.
  • Hopkins’ average prop bet for receiving yards is an over/under of 84.4 per game. He has put up 16.2 more per game than that average.
  • Hopkins has gone over on receiving yards prop bets in four of his seven games (57.1%).

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Odds and insights reflect consensus player props available as of November 5, 2020. CLICK HERE to place your bet on DeAndre Hopkins or the Arizona Cardinals at DraftKings Sportsbook.

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