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By: Data Skrive
Ahead of Sunday’s 1:00 PM ET game airing live on CBS, oddsmakers have posted player prop bet markets for Derrick Henry. AFC South foes square off in Week 11 when Henry’s Tennessee Titans (3-6) hit the field against the Jacksonville Jaguars (6-3) at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Derrick Henry Week 11 Player Props
- Matchup: Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars
- Time: 1:00 PM
- Date: November 19, 2023
- Rushing Yards Prop: Over 56.5 (-115)
- Receiving Yards Prop: Over 11.5 (-115)
National Football League odds courtesy of BetMGM. Odds updated Thursday at 2:15 AM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.
Henry Rushing Stats and Trends
- Henry rushes for 69.4 yards per game this season, which outpaces Sunday’s over/under of 56.5 yards.
- He has gained more than 56.5 yards on the ground in six of nine games so far this season.
- Henry puts up 0.4 fewer yards per game this season than his average rushing yards prop (69.8 yards).
- Henry has gone over his rushing yards total in three of six opportunities (50.0% of his opportunities).
- He has rushed for a touchdown in four games this season (through nine games played).
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Titans Vs. Jaguars Stats and Trends
- Allowing 86.4 rushing yards per game, the Jaguars have the fifth-ranked run defense in the NFL.
- This week Henry will face the NFL’s 30th-ranked pass defense (266.8 yards allowed per game).
- From an offensive standpoint, the Titans rank 26th in the NFL with 185.2 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, they rank 17th in passing yards allowed per contest (227.4).
- The Titans are putting up 106.4 rushing yards per game on offense, which ranks them 16th in the NFL. Defensively, they rank 16th, allowing 110.6 rushing yards per contest.
- This season, the Titans are accumulating 5.4 yards per play (16th in the league), while giving up 5.7 per play on the defensive side of the ball (24th in the NFL).
Originally posted on Titans Wire