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D’Andre Swift player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 2 | Lions vs. Commanders

D’Andre Swift player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 2 | Lions vs. Commanders

Ahead of Sunday’s 1:00 PM ET game airing live on FOX, oddsmakers have installed player prop betting options for D’Andre Swift. Swift and the Detroit Lions (0-1) meet the Washington Commanders (1-0) in a Week 2 matchup at Ford Field.

D’Andre Swift Week 2 Player Props

Matchup: Detroit Lions vs. Washington Commanders
Time: 1:00 PM
Date: September 18, 2022
Rushing Yards Prop: Over 58.5 (-115)
Receiving Yards Prop: Over 24.5 (-115)

National Football League odds courtesy of Tipico Sportsbook. Odds updated Sunday at 6:53 AM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

Swift Rushing Stats and Trends

Swift gained 47.5 rushing yards per game last season, which falls short of Sunday’s prop total of 58.5.
Swift put up more than 58.5 rushing yards in a single contest two times last year.
Swift’s rushing yards average of 47.5 per game last year was 3.8 more than his 43.7 average over/under.
Swift hit the over on his rushing yards total set by sportsbooks in five of his 17 opportunities last year (29.4%).
Swift rushed for a score in five of his games last season, but did not run for more than one in a single contest.

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Lions Vs. Commanders Stats and Trends

This week Swift will face what was the NFL’s 29th-ranked pass defense last season (254.9 yards allowed per game).
The Commanders had the NFL’s eighth-ranked defense against the run last year, allowing 104.4 yards per game.
The Lions ranked 18th in pass offense (211.6 passing yards per game) and 24th in pass defense (244.7 passing yards allowed per game) last season.
Despite having a bottom-five run defense that ranked fifth-worst in the NFL (135.1 rushing yards allowed per game) last season, the Lions put up better results on the other side of the ball, ranking 19th in the NFL by totaling 110.9 rushing yards per game.
Despite sporting a bottom-five defense in terms of yards per play that ranked fifth-worst in the NFL (6.1 yards per play allowed) last season, the Lions played better on the other side of the ball, ranking 20th in the NFL by averaging 5.5 yards per play.

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