Our NFL expert's best player prop bets for New York Jets vs Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) hands the football off to running back Breece Hall (20) during the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
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The New York Jets (-1) once again find themselves in a primetime slot, this time it’s against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football. Wilson is once again under scrutiny for his poor performance on Monday Night Football in Week 9, while the Raiders are trying to win back to back games under interim head coach Antonio Pierce. 

Check out our New York Jets and Las Vegas Raiders predictions

Breece Hall (NYJ) over 62.5 rushing yards (-110)

Available on Bet365 at the time of publishing.

Hall has failed to duplicate his massive performance in Week 5 against the Broncos, but the opportunities have been there. He’s seen 12+ carries in each of the last 4 games and finished with 16 in Week 9 despite being down double digits most of the game. This Raiders team will be without LT Kolton Miller to protect Aidan O’Connell’s backside, which could really prevent him from getting in rhythm offensively. The Jets keeping this game close will be key for a consistent run game, allowing Hall to churn out yards until he eventually breaks a big one. The Raiders have allowed a 15+ yard gain in 6/9 games this season and are allowing the 3rd most carries per game to opposing QB’s. 1.5U

Bryce Huff (NYJ) over 0.25 sacks (+150)

Available on DraftKings Sportsbook at the time of publishing.

Huff has been a menace on the edge of late, logging a sack in 4 straight games. The Jets will sell out to stuff Jacobs, which will eventually force Aidan O’Connell to drop back to pass and unfortunately, he is without his starting LT Kolton Miller. Since this is a defensive prop, it’s certainly risky, but he only needs to log 0.5 sack to hit this line. Go light on this one at 0.5U.

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