The final game of the 2022 regular season couldn’t be any bigger as the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers battle for their postseason lives.
The Packers are faced with a win-and-in situation, while the Lions need to win and a Seahawks loss earlier in the day to book their passage into the NFC playoff frame.
Below, we look at 6 player proposition bets to prop up your Sunday Night Football betting thrills. Let’s check the latest NFL odds, stats, injury reports, and NFL lines for Week 18. We’ve plenty of Vegas NFL odds and NFL week 18 picks for you to consider.
SNF Prop Odds: Lions vs Packers
- Aaron Jones Rushing Yards, O/U 60½
- Aaron Rodgers Passing Touchdowns, O/U 1½
- Jared Goff Passing Touchdown, O/U 1½
- Amon-Ra St. Brown anytime touchdown scorer +140
- A.J. Dillon Anytime Touchdown Scorer -200
- Chrisian Watson Anytime Touchdown Scorer +125
Aaron Jones Rushing Yards, O/U 60½
Aaron Jones is having a modest season by his lofty standards, ranking 10th overall among running backs with 1,073 rushing yards and just two touchdowns through 16 games. But he’s coming off one of his better performances, putting up 111 rushing yards in Green Bay’s 41-17 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
Given the stakes in this game, Aaron Rodgers is likely to turn to his trusted weapons especially those that can carve up suspect defenses.The Lions boast a bottom-five run defense that ranks fourth-worst in the NFL (149.3 rushing yards allowed per game).
Pick: Jones Over 60½ (-115)
Aaron Rodgers Passing Touchdowns, O/U 1½
Aaron Rodgers’ 2022 campaign pales in comparison to his previous two MVP-winning seasons, but the veteran signal caller has his Packers on the brink of a playoff spot following a solid run down the stretch. By the stats, Rodgers ranks 12th among passers with 3,490 passing yards, 25 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.
The Packers are 5-2 straight up in their last seven games, a run of form that includes 11 passing touchdowns and four interceptions by Rodgers.
Pick: Over 1½ (-125)
Jared Goff Passing Touchdowns, O/U 1½
Jared Goff has been a revelation for the Lions, especially during the second half of the season as he’s worked his way into sixth place on the passer’s leaderboard. Goff has passed for 4,214, 29 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
Goff has put up multiple touchdowns in five of the last six games, including three touchdowns per game in his last two outings versus the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears. The Packers defense poses a greater challenge than arguably these last two opponents, but his momentum ahead of this pivotal game is encouraging.
Pick: Over 1½ (+115)
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Amon-Ra St. Brown Anytime Touchdown Scorer +140
Amon-Ra St. Brown is one of Goff’s key weapons. The wide receiver ranks 12th among receivers, on the fringe of the Top 10 with 1,113 receiving yards and six touchdowns through 15 games. The Lions passing offense ranks eighth overall this season (253.9 passing yards per game).
Pick: St. Brown Anytime Touchdown Scorer +140
A.J. Dillon Anytime Touchdown Scorer -200
Packers running back A.J. Dillon has seven touchdowns to his credit, six of which have come in the last five games coinciding with the Packers 4-1 SU run during that period. Dillion has established himself as a key component in the run game to complement Aaron Jones, thus making him a likely bet to score for Green Bay in Sunday’s pivotal game.
Pick: A.J. Dillion Anytime Touchdown Scorer -200
This is what 78 receptions, 12 TDs, 1011 scrimmage yards, and 46 first downs looks like.
And they’ve missed over seven games between them on the year.
Plus, the Packers are now 3-0 since getting both healthy.
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Christian Waston Anytime Touchdown Scorer +125
Rodgers has found a new weapon in rookie wide receiver Christian Watson. The 6-foot-5 wideout from North Dakota St. has seven passing touchdowns and one rushing score through 13 games.
Watson has TD passes in four out of 13 games, with more than one score on two of those occasions. He’s gone several weeks without scoring now, but he’s certainly one to spot in such an important game. Especially considering the Lions rank 30th against the pass with 249.4 passing yards per game.