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Justin Herbert player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 11 | Chargers vs. Packers

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By: Data Skrive

Before Justin Herbert laces them up Sunday, there will be player props available for the 1:00 PM ET kickoff, live on FOX. Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers (4-5) meet the Green Bay Packers (3-6) in Week 11 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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Justin Herbert Week 11 Player Props

  • Matchup: Los Angeles Chargers at Green Bay Packers
  • Time: 1:00 PM
  • Date: November 19, 2023
  • Passing Yards Prop: Over 264.5 (-115)

National Football League odds courtesy of BetMGM. Odds updated Wednesday at 11:07 PM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

Herbert Passing Stats and Trends

  • Herbert throws for 261.0 yards per game, 3.5 less than his over/under on Sunday.
  • In four of nine matchups this season, he has thrown for more than 264.5 yards.
  • Herbert has passed for over his season prop average (190.6 yards) by 70.4 yards per game.
  • Herbert has finished above his passing yards prop bet total twice this season.
  • In eight of nine games this year, he has thrown a touchdown pass — and five of those games included multiple TD passes.
  • Herbert has been intercepted in four games this year (out of nine), but had multiple picks on just one occasion.

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Chargers Vs. Packers Stats and Trends

  • The 187.6 yards per game the Packers are giving up through the air makes them the NFL’s seventh-ranked pass defense.
  • With 291.2 passing yards allowed per game on defense, which ranks worst in the NFL, the Chargers have had to lean on their eighth-ranked passing offense (249.1 passing yards per contest) to keep them in games.
  • The Chargers rank 22nd in run offense (100.8 rushing yards per game) and 12th in run defense (102 rushing yards allowed per game) this season.
  • Despite having a bottom-five defense in terms of yards per play that ranks third-worst in the NFL (6.2 yards per play allowed), the Chargers have played better offensively, ranking 11th in the NFL by totaling 5.7 yards per play.
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Originally posted on Chargers Wire

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