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Matt Josephs
  • Event: (479) Pittsburgh Steelers at (480) New York Giants
    Sport/League: NFL
    Date/Time: September 14, 2020 7PM EDT
    Play: 3% – Eric Ebron to score a TD (+230)
    Play Rating: 3%
    Result: Loss

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    Eric Ebron to score a TD (+230) -- The hype for the former Lions tight end in the offseason was incredible. The Athletic's Steelers beat reporter is predicting 11 touchdowns for Ebron this season and that the team has never had a red zone threat like him. The Giants allowed 7.37 targets per game last year to tight ends with seven touchdowns allowed as well. I think the Giants linebackers are very exploitable and Pittsburgh should be able to move up and down the field on New York. Every QB loves their reliable tight end and Big Ben is no different. 
    Jonnu Smith Over 2.5 receptions -- You'll have to swallow some juice here, but I think the tight end will be busy on Monday. Smith was targeted 53 times last season with 24 of those coming in the last eight games. Last year he had to contend with the quarterback change early and Delanie Walker as well. Denver allowed the eighth most points to opposing tight ends in 2019. Von Miller and Bradley Chubb are both hurt and they are two of the bigger pieces to that Broncos defense. I'm comfortable in thinking Smith should get 3 catches tonight. 
    Saquon Barkley Over 27.5 receiving yards -- Barkley had 52 catches for 438 yards last season and was targeted 73 times overall by Daniel Jones. The quarterback figures to be under siege against this Steelers defense so I think he'll be checking down quite a bit. Barkley went over this number seven times in 2019 and will continue to be used in the passing game. Nine different running backs went over the number last year against Pittsburgh. Saquon is very capable of getting over this number on one screen pass. Jason Garrett and Dallas targeted Zeke Elliott 71 times last year with 54 receptions. Give me the over here.