2023 NFL player props, odds, expert picks, prop bets for Week 10: DeAndre Hopkins over 60.5 yards

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The Under might be the play in Week 10, at least when it comes to NFL props. There are 12 games on the Week 10 NFL Sunday slate and 10 have an over/under for points of 45 or fewer. Browns vs. Ravens features the league’s top two defenses and the point total is set at 38. Can playmakers like Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson and Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson find a way to succeed? Jackson’s over/under for passing yards is 203.5 in the NFL player props, while his rushing total is 42.5. With plenty of options for NFL prop bets in every game, which players should you target? Before you lock in any Week 10 NFL prop bets on sites like PrizePicks, you need to check out the top NFL picks and predictions from SportsLine NFL props expert Alex Selesnick.
Selesnick (aka PropStarz) specializes in NFL, MLB and NBA prop betting, where he implements a combination of research, statistical analysis and mathematical modeling.
The expert has been crushing his picks in all sports and was a highly profitable 42-28 on NFL prop picks in this column during the 2022 regular season. He is 56-54 on all NFL props plays for SportsLine this season. The expert also went 174-152 on MLB prop plays for SportsLine this season and 522-425 on NBA props over the past two seasons.
Now, after combing through the hundreds of available Week 10 NFL prop bets, PropStarz has found the value picks he loves. He’s only sharing them at SportsLine.
Top 2023 Week 10 NFL prop picks
One play PropStarz is backing on his NFL Week 10 props is Titans veteran wideout DeAndre Hopkins goes over 60.5 receiving yards against Tampa Bay. Since rookie Will Levis took over as Tennessee quarterback, Hopkins has gotten a boost. The 31-year-old receiver can still get open deep, and now Levis and Hopkins will team up against a Bucs pass defense that is the NFL’s second-worst. Hopkins has 17 targets, eight catches and 188 yards in two games with Levis.
Levis is averaging 250 passing yards, with four TD passes and one interception in two starts. The Bucs allow 279 passing yards per game. Another rookie, Houston’s C.J. Stroud, dissected this Tampa Bay defense last week, throwing for more than 500 yards with five TD passes. Three Texans receivers had more than 100 yards. Hopkins is “drawing consistent targets deep down the field” from Levis, PropStarz says, and the expert is banking on a big day from him in Tampa. You can see all of PropStarz’s Week 10 NFL prop bets at SportsLine.
How to make 2023 NFL Week 10 prop bets and predictions
PropStarz has locked in several other confident Week 10 NFL prop picks. They include another explosive wideout who could have a spike game. You can only see these NFL prop picks over at SportsLine.
What are the best Week 10 NFL prop bets you can make, and which other big-play wide receiver should you be backing? Visit SportsLine now to see the best Week 10 NFL prop bets, all from the expert who was 42-28 on his SportsLine prop plays in his NFL props article last season, and find out.

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