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Equanimeous St. Brown player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 2 | Bears vs. Packers

Equanimeous St. Brown player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 2 | Bears vs. Packers

Before Equanimeous St. Brown hits the field Sunday at 8:20 PM ET on NBC, here are some key insights you should know before you place a bet on his player prop bets. NFC North rivals meet in Week 2 when St. Brown’s Chicago Bears (1-0) take the field against the Green Bay Packers (0-1) at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Equanimeous St. Brown Week 2 Player Props

Matchup: Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers
Time: 8:20 PM
Date: September 18, 2022
Receiving Yards Prop: Over 21.5 (-120)

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St. Brown Receiving Stats and Trends

St. Brown’s 7.5 receiving yards per game average from last season is 14.0 less than his prop bet total for Sunday’s matchup (21.5).
St. Brown put up over 21.5 receiving yards in two out of 18 games last year (11.1%).
St. Brown collected 21.8 fewer receiving yards per game (7.5) than the average over/under set for him last season (29.3).
St. Brown did not go over on any receiving yards prop bets last season.
St. Brown had no receiving touchdowns in nine games last year.

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Bears Vs. Packers Stats and Trends

The Packers had the NFL’s 10th-ranked pass defense last season, surrendering 219.1 yards per game through the air.
St. Brown will go up against a Packers squad that allowed 109.1 rushing yards per game last season and was the NFL’s 10th-ranked rush defense.
The Bears sported the third-best pass defense last season (191.6 passing yards allowed per game), but they ranked third-worst offensively (188.6 passing yards per game).
The Bears totaled 118.7 rushing yards per game on offense last season (14th in NFL), and they gave up 125.1 rushing yards per game (23rd) on the defensive side of the ball.
The Bears surrendered 5.7 yards per play on the defensive side of the ball last season (14th in the NFL), while gaining 5.3 yards per play (25th in the league) on offense.

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