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Best NFL prop bets for Texans vs. Browns

BRB teams up with Draftkings to show some potential winning prop bets for Sunday’s game.

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The Houston Texans take on the Cleveland Browns in a Week 16 matchup with huge playoff implications. If you’re looking for more stake in the game, here are the best best from DraftKings Sportsbook that you can look into:

Cleveland Browns -2.5

First off, Cleveland is on a nine game winning streak against the AFC South. That’s a streak that’s hard to beat. Then there’s the quality of play from the Brown in the past few weeks. They look like a team renewed under Joe Flacco. The Browns are also under a four game win streak while as the favorites.

Nico Collins anytime TD (+230)

Collins has six TDs on the season and is the Texans best touchdown catcher with Tank Dell out. Collins missed last week with a calf injury, but was limited in practice on Thursday. He should be able to go, making this bet a possible big winner if he does suit up and play well.

Dalton Schultz over 31.5 receiving yards (-115)

Schultz was fairly quiet in the first half of the Texans-Titans game, but he came alive in the big moments. Schultz heads into this next game as the leading target for either QB and particularly if Case Keenum runs the offense once again. The last couple games Schultz has been spotty in the offense as many of the other weapons were sidelined. However, Schultz will remain an integral piece of the offense. Two weeks ago, the Browns let Jaguars tight end Evan Engram haul in 11 catches for 95 yards and two TDs.

Devin Singletary under 62.5 rushing yards (-115)

While Singletary has taken over the starting running back role, his ground game productivity wavers game-to-game. Last week he racked up 121 yards on 26 carries in a game where possession mattered with Case Keenum at the helm. His yardage has doubled four straight weeks and could see a regression back down to 50-60 yards

Houston First Drive Punt (-150)

Houston’s offense has yet to score on the first drive since Week 5 against the Falcons. The slow start should continue this next weekend as the injuries and questionable availability of C.J. Stroud put into question the Texans’ ability to score and be effective on offense.