Denver's leading rusher, Samaje Perine, carried for 37 yards on six tries in a blowout loss to Detroit last week. The team's top rusher is Javonte Williams, while Perine had only nine yards in his previous two games. SportsLine consensus predicts Williams will run for 55.5 yards on Christmas Eve against the Broncos. Week 16 NFL props: Which side of his total to bet?
NFL Week 16 odds put Williams' prop total at 15.5 on Sunday night. With double-digit carries in nine straight games. New England has been defensively stingy this season, so select Christmas Eve NFL props accordingly. SportsLine's AI PickBot should be checked before betting on Broncos vs. Patriots NFL props on Christmas Eve in Week 16 or submitting PrizePicks.
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The AI PickBot predicts Courtland Sutton will go under 50.5 receiving yards after researching Patriots vs. Broncos and hundreds of NFL individual prop markets. Sutton has had at least 53 receiving yards in six straight games, including 71 at Detroit last week. He will struggle to sustain that form on Sunday night as New England shuts down rival offenses.
Four quarterbacks were kept under 215 passing yards by the Patriots before last week's game against Kansas City's strong offense. They face a tougher offensive this week, as Denver ranks 25th in NFL passing yards per game (187.1). Since the Patriots (No. 25) and Broncos (No. 31) rank toward the bottom of the league in plays per game, total possessions will be restricted.
Sutton will struggle to score in a sluggish game, especially because both rushing assaults are anticipated to dominate. Sutton is a 5-star choice by the AI PickBot despite receiving fewer than 20 yards. View more NFL props.