Underdog Pick'em Picks for the NFL Week 14 MNF Double Header
The Packers and Jordan Love are heating up as they take on newfound Giants’ QB Tommy DeVito. In an AFC matchup, the Titans face De’Von Achane and the prolific Miami offense.
We broke down the entire Underdog Pick'em Lobby to identify our favorite plays for this Monday Night Football double-header.
Jordan Love (GB) - Over 223.5 Passing Yards
10 scores in 4 games. Passing for 267 yards or more in each. 3 game win streak against the Chargers, Lions, and Chiefs. Jordan Love is dealing and the Packers are… legit? In Week 14 they face a Giants squad allowing the 2nd-most passing yards per game at 279, plus no standout secondary stopper against Green Bay’s emerging wideouts in Doubs, Reed, and Watson. A great matchup to extend their win streak to four and have Love throw for another solid outing.
Jayden Reed (GB) RIVAL vs Wan’Dale Robinson
A rookie with electric speed and touchdown potential, we have Jayden Reed getting upwards of 13 yards more than Wan’Dale Robinson of the Giants. Reed has been a key figure of the Packers' win streak, scoring two touchdowns and hitting the four-reception mark in each game. With Love trusting Reed in the red zone and downfield in one-on-one opportunities, expect the rookie to produce another solid outing, compared to Robinson who might struggle against a stout Packers’ defense.
Saquon Barkley (NYG) - Over 3.0 Receptions
With DeVito bound to struggle to move the ball downfield (Green Bay allows just 203 YPG through the air), Saquon Barkley should make his mark as the Giants’ primary receiver. Since his comeback in Week 6, the franchise RB has only hit this under twice and with NYG’s few wins coming when Barkley is a focal point as a receiver, expect Daboll to throw him in some screen plays.
De’Von Achane (MIA) - Over 2.0 Receptions
Achane is an absolute monster when healthy, especially in the receiving game. In his three full, healthy outings, he’s reached the four-catch mark in each game while taking a few to the house. Against a sub-par Titans defense that has allowed 7 receptions to starting RBs in the last two outings, expect Achane to have another terrific day catching the ball from Tua.