Daniel Jones

Daniel JonesPassing Yards

Player Props - Week 2

Giants vs. Panthers

Right now, Daniel Jones's passing yards prop is set at 204.5 yards (-110/-110).
The public has bet up the UNDER down to 204.5 (-110) after it opened @ 218.5 (-140).
Pros
  • THE BLITZ projects this game to see the 2nd-largest volume of plays run out of all the games this week at 131.4 plays, given the tendencies of each team and game dynamics.
  • The Carolina Panthers have stacked the box versus opponents on 26.1% of their plays since the start of last season, most in the league. Bringing an extra defender close to the line of scrimmage improves run-stopping at the expense of better passing efficiency.
  • The New York Giants have utilized play action on 28.4% of their passing plays since the start of last season (10th-most in the NFL), making the defense think run and leading to much higher passing efficiency.
  • The New York Giants have gone no-huddle on 30.1% of their play-calls outside the two-minute warning since the start of last season (2nd-most in football). This speeds up the pace, resulting in more volume and stat production.
Cons
  • THE BLITZ projects the New York Giants to be the 10th-least pass-heavy team among all teams this week with a 56.8% pass rate, based on their underlying tendencies and matchup dynamics.
  • The New York Giants have called the 8th-least plays in the league since the start of last season, averaging a measly 60.8 plays per game.
  • Opposing QBs have averaged 30.2 pass attempts per game against the Carolina Panthers defense since the start of last season: 2nd-least in the NFL.
  • The New York Giants O-line profiles as the 2nd-worst in football since the start of last season in protecting the QB, which has a negative effect on all air attack metrics across the board.
  • Opposing QBs have passed for the 2nd-least yards in the NFL (just 186.0 per game) vs. the Carolina Panthers defense since the start of last season.
Projection
THE BLITZ250Passing Yards