Stafford Highlights NFL Player Props For Monday Night Football Week 14

Matthew Stafford #9 of the Los Angeles Rams looks to pass against the Tennessee Titans during the second quarter at SoFi Stadium on November 07, 2021 in Inglewood, California.
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It’s a huge game on Monday night between the Rams and Cardinals. Arizona can’t quite clinch the NFC West, but a win will put them up by three with four games left, and they’d have the tiebreaker. So if the Rams have any chance at the division title, their stars must come to play big in this one. Let’s take a look at the best NFL player props for Monday Night Football Week 14.

All odds courtesy of BetPrep updated 6 a.m. ET on Dec. 10.

Matthew Stafford Vs. Arizona Cardinals

Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford #9 celebrates a touchdown pass in the Rams' 2021 season opening win over the Chicago Bears.
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The Prop: Matthew Stafford Passing Yards
The Odds: Over 295.5 yards (-114) / Under 295.5 yards (-118)

On the season, Matthew Stafford is averaging just under 301 yards passing per game, and he’s broken the 300-yard mark six times in 12 games. Although when Stafford and the Rams lost to the Cardinals earlier this season, he topped out at 280.

This line comes down to the type of game you think this will be – a slowdown game, like when the Packers and Aaron Rodgers beat Arizona, or a game befitting these two really good offenses.

We believe the latter. A total of 57 points were scored when they played in L.A. in October; at least that many points will be scored on Monday, and Stafford hits the OVER.

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Kyler Murray Vs. Los Angeles Rams

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray rolls out to pass
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The Prop: Kyler Murray Total Yards
The Odds: Over 299.5 yards (-114) / Under 299.5 yards (-118)

Out for more than a month, Kyler Murray came back last week and promptly reasserted himself in the MVP conversation. He threw for two touchdowns, ran for two, and showed why he is one of the most dynamic players in the NFL. Colt McCoy has earned his money and then some with the way he filled in during Murray’s absence, but this offense is different with No. 1 under center.

Murray is averaging 289.5 yards of total offense per game, with 266 of that coming through the air. So the question is, at home, healthy, and in the biggest game of the season, can he get another 10 yards of total offense?

He went for 307 yards in the earlier meeting in L.A., and last week against the Jaguars, notwithstanding, this Rams defense has struggled the last month. Take the OVER.

Cooper Kupp vs. Arizona Cardinals

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver #10 Cooper Kupp runs down the sideline in a 2021 road game.
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The Prop: Cooper Kupp Receiving Yards
The Odds: Over 102.5 yards (-114) / Under 102.5 yards (-116)

The most consistent part of the Rams offense this season has been Cooper Kupp. Big wins, bad losses, it doesn’t matter. The NFL’s leading receiver has been good every single week. This is the stat of the day – only once in 12 games has Kupp finished with less than 92 receiving yards, and seven times he’s gone over 100.

It is worth noting that his sub-92-yard game came against Arizona. But this will be a different game, and Kupp has simply been playing on a different level than anyone else in the league.

The 102.5-yard total is high, but Kupp is having an Offensive Player of the Year-worthy season. He goes OVER.