Opposing defenses have been stacking the box against Minnesota in recent weeks, as the Vikings are playing without starting quarterback Kirk Cousins. This has led to disappointing results for NFL prop bettors from running back Alexander Mattison, who has averaged less than 3.5 yards per carry in his last two games. He is also dealing with a concussion heading into a Sunday Night Football matchup with the Denver Broncos during the Week 11 NFL schedule. If Mattison is sidelined, the Vikings would be forced to use a combination of Ty Chandler and Kene Nwangwu.
Mattison’s absence would likely change Minnesota’s game plan, potentially leading to more pass attempts for quarterback Joshua Dobbs. Which side of his passing yards total should you target with your Week 11 NFL prop bets? Before betting any NFL props for Sunday Night Football in Week 11 or entering selections on sites like PrizePicks, you need to see the Broncos vs. Vikings NFL prop predictions powered by SportsLine’s AI PickBot.
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For Broncos vs. Vikings on Sunday Night Football, the AI PickBot has evaluated the NFL player prop odds and provided Vikings vs. Broncos prop picks for every available prop market. You can only see the AI player prop predictions for Denver vs. Minnesota here.
Top NFL player prop bets for Broncos vs. Vikings
After analyzing Broncos vs. Vikings and examining the dozens of NFL player prop markets, the AI PickBot says Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson goes over 209.5 total passing yards. Wilson has led Denver to a three-game winning streak to get his team back in playoff contention, including an upset win at Buffalo on Monday.
He is coming off an efficient performance against the Bills, completing 24 of his 29 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns. Wilson has now thrown for 1,806 yards, 18 touchdowns and just four interceptions this season, averaging more than 200 passing yards per game. This is an excellent opportunity for him to go over 200 yards again this week, as the Vikings rank outside the top 15 in passing yards allowed per game (224.4).
Oddsmakers are expecting some fireworks from these teams on Sunday night, as the betting total is higher than six other games on the board. Minnesota sits in the top half of the league in tempo, so Wilson will have enough possessions to rack up yards throughout the evening. The AI PickBot expects him to fly Over the total, as he is finishing with nearly 280 passing yards in the projections. See more NFL props here.
How to make NFL player prop bets for Minnesota vs. Denver
In addition, the AI PickBot says another star sails past his total and has 17 other NFL props rated four stars or better. You need to see the AI PickBot’s analysis before making any Broncos vs. Vikings prop bets for Sunday Night Football.
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