Jordan Addison and the Minnesota Vikings will take the field against the Green Bay

Jordan Addison and the Minnesota Vikings will take the field against the Green Bay

Packers at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday in Week 8 of the 2023 NFL season. If you’re trying to place a bet on one of Addison’s props, we dig into all of his set prop bets, trends and stats here.

With 24 targets over his past three games, Addison’s recent performance has yielded 16 catches for 215 yards (13.4 yards per catch) and four touchdowns in the passing game.

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Addison puts up 57.1 receiving yards per game on average. That’s 1.4 fewer yards than his prop total in Sunday’s matchup.

He, in 57.1% of his opportunities this season (four of seven), has totaled over 58.5 receiving yards.

Addison has piled up 19.5 more receiving yards per game (57.1) than his average prop total (37.6).

In three of five games this year, he has eclipsed the over on his receiving yards prop bet.

Addison has had a touchdown catch in five of seven games this year, and he found the end zone more than once on one of those occasions.

The Vikings are putting up 354.9 yards per game on offense this season (11th in NFL), and they are allowing 330.3 yards per game (15th) on the defensive side of the ball.

Looking at pace stats, Minnesota ranks 21st in the NFL, getting off 61 offensive plays per contest.

Offensively, the Vikings have been a top-five unit in terms of passing yards, ranking third-best in the NFL by averaging 280 per game. They rank 17th on defense (224.7 passing yards allowed per game).

While the Vikings’ run defense ranks 15th with 105.6 rushing yards allowed per game, they’ve been worse on offense, ranking third-worst (74.9 rushing yards per game).

This season, Minnesota is throwing the ball 65.3% of the time, which leads the NFL, and it is rushing the ball at a 31.2% clip (with 3.5% of plays ending in a sack).

The Vikings rank 15th in yards per play allowed this season (5.4), but they’ve been playing really well on the offensive side of the ball, ranking fourth-best in the NFL with 6 yards per play

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