Week 7, Monkey Knife Fight. We have identified some of the top player prop combinations Monkey Knife Fight has offered for Week 7. While there is no guarantee these lines will still be available, they are worth keeping an eye out for. Monkey Knife Fight’s lines and totals are dynamic and constantly changing throughout the week, which means it is possible none of the totals we will discuss are still available. Be sure to check on their offerings daily, as the most appealing and exploitable lines often do not last. Here are some combinations to pounce on if you find them available.
Darren Waller (TE – OAK) over 49.5 receiving yards
Aaron Jones (RB – GB) over 59.5 rushing yards
Darren Waller is averaging 71.8 receiving yards on the season. With Tyrell Williams set to be at less than 100 percent if he does manage to suit up, this should be another high volume afternoon for the converted wide receiver. Waller will be eager to prove he is worth every penny of his new extension. He has failed to clear 49.5 receiving yards just once this season and that came against the daunting Chicago Bears defense. The Green Bay Packers have been rock solid on defense this season. This includes being strong against most of the tight ends they have faced. With that said, Zach Ertz and the Denver Broncos tandem of Noah Fant and Jeff Heuerman both cleared this total.
Aaron Jones was a major disappointment in Week 6. Fresh off the best game of his career in Week 5, Jones was a forgotten man in the Green Bay Packers offense after a fumble and a dropped touchdown. Aaron Jones is averaging 58.2 rushing yards on the season and is facing a Raiders defense that has allowed a solid four yards per carry. The timeshare he is in with Jamaal Williams has kept this number low, but we could very well see both backs clear 59.5 rushing yards this weekend. Amazingly, Jones has actually failed to clear this total in four of his six contests this season. While the point spread has shrunk, the Packers opened this contest as seven-point favorites. That projected game flow coupled with the potential absence of all of the Packers’ top-three wideouts means this should be an easy click.
Latavius Murray (RB – NO) over 31.5 rushing yards
Tarik Cohen (RB – CHI) over 3.5 receptions
It is easy to see why this was one of our top picks for this weekend. Alvin Kamara was on the wrong side of questionable all week, and Monkey Knife Fight still posted such a low line on Latavius Murray. This line is obviously no longer available but serves to accentuate the importance of keeping on top of their offerings all throughout the week.
Tarik Cohen has failed to cross this total in three of his five contests this season. In the two contests he has cleared this total he has 14 total receptions. The common thread? Losses. Cohen has averaged seven receptions per contest in losses and just two per game in wins. The Bears are currently four-point favorites in this contest. If you can find this line still on the board at Monkey Knife Fight, be sure to choose under if you indeed believe the Bears will win this contest. Hit the over if you think they may lose.
Mark Andrews (TE – BAL) over 57.5 receiving yards
Chris Carson (RB – SEA) over 70.5 rushing yards
Mark Andrews over 57.5 receiving yards is one of the most appealing lines found at Monkey Knife Fight all week. Marquise Brown appears set to miss his second straight contest which means Andrews will get all the work he can handle. Andrews is averaging 68.3 receiving yards on the season but has only cleared this total in three of his six contests. Andrews was limited with injuries the three weeks he failed to cross this total. Andrews has shown wonderful chemistry with Lamar Jackson dating back to last season, and should easily clear this total in a contest Vegas has pegged the Ravens as underdogs in. Lock it in.
Chris Carson has been on fire. The Ravens have allowed just 69.17 rushing yards per contest on the season, but have done so at 4.46 yards per carry. Carson is averaging 84 rushing yards per game and has solidified himself as the Seahawks featured back, wasted first round pick be damned. Carson should see upwards of 20 carries this weekend, which should allow him to easily surpass the posted total. Carson has averaged 115.3 rushing yards over his last three contests.