In the strangest season in memory, we add to the mix a conflict with golf. The Masters will be finishing up Sunday, creating the anomaly of just five NFL games in the 1 p.m. ET window (all on FOX) and six games in the later-afternoon slate. Welcome to COVID-19 … again. Here are five Week 10 player prop bets we see as good chances to take you to the pay window

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The Other Aaron

QB Aaron Rodgers gets the headlines for the Green Bay Packers, but RB Aaron Jones does the dirty work. His Over/Under for rushing yards against the Jacksonville Jaguars is 68.5 yards (Over: -115, Under: -106). The Packers should open this one up relatively early and will be running the ball a lot after they get up by double digits. TAKE THE OVER.

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Living Here in Allentown

After shredding the Seattle Seahawks last week, the Buffalo Bills head to Arizona with big expectations for QB Josh Allen. His Over/Under for passing yards is 302.5 (O: -106, U: -115). That’s a big number and Arizona’s secondary is significantly better than Seattle’s and won’t allow the same amount of big plays. TAKE THE UNDER.

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Let Russ Cook

The Seahawks are stinging off a loss to Buffalo and QB Russell Wilson typically doesn’t let losing streaks last very long. The most interesting prop number to come out of this week is a relatively low rushing number of 18.5 yards for Wilson (O: -118, U: -110). The combination of RBs Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde being questionable and the strong interior of the Rams defensive front that could have Wilson on the move should have him scrambling more than usual. In his last three games against the Rams, Wilson has rushed for a total of 152 yards. Expect more of the same. TAKE THE OVER.

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Doubting Thomas

In his long-awaited return last week, New Orleans Saints WR Michael Thomas was largely held in check as the Saints spread the ball around. This time around against a banged-up San Francisco 49ers defense should be a different story. Thomas is the most prolific receiver in the game and should be in line for 7 or more receptions this week. With an Over/Under of 71.5 receiving yards (O: -112, U: -110), he only needs one downfield reception to top that number. TAKE THE OVER.

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The Jackson 53.5

The New England Patriots are a far cry from what they have been in the past, but head coach Bill Belichick’s philosophy on defense remains the same – stop the one thing an opposing offense does best. In the case of the Baltimore Ravens, that is QB Lamar Jackson running the ball. His Over/Under for rushing yards is a manageable 53.5 yards (O: -115, U: -106). The Patriots will put a spy on Jackson, contain the edge and force him to beat them with his arm. Jackson will likely do that, but won’t have many running lanes to help his cause. TAKE THE UNDER.

Also see: Ravens at Patriots odds, picks and prediction

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