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Chase Claypool

Chase Claypool Receiving Yards
Player Prop Week 1

Cincinnati Bengals vs Pittsburgh Steelers

Chase Claypool Receiving Yards Prop is currently Over/Under 44.5 (-110/-110).

The money has been on the Over as it opened 40.5 @ -114 before it was bet up to 44.5 @ -110.
  • The Steelers are a big 7-point underdog in this game, likely leading to an extreme passing game script.
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers have run the 9th-most plays in the league since the start of last season, averaging a colossal 64.4 plays per game.
  • Opposing quarterbacks have averaged 38.5 pass attempts per game vs. the Cincinnati Bengals defense since the start of last season: 2nd-most in football.
  • Chase Claypool has accrued a whopping 81.0 air yards per game since the start of last season: 84th percentile among wide receivers.
  • Chase Claypool's 50.0 WOPR (Weighted Opportunity Rating—a volume stat that measures high-value offensive involvement) ranks him among the best in football: 80th percentile for wideouts.

  • THE BLITZ projects the Steelers to run the 11th-least offensive plays on the slate this week with 61.5 plays, accounting for their underlying tendencies and game dynamics.
  • Chase Claypool has been among the worst possession receivers in football, catching a measly 57.4% of balls thrown his way since the start of last season, grading out in the 11th percentile among WRs
  • The Cincinnati Bengals pass defense has been quite strong when opposing WRs have gotten into space, yielding an average of 3.43 yards-after-the-catch since the start of last season: the 2nd-least in football.
  • The Cincinnati Bengals safeties rank as the 6th-best safety corps in the NFL since the start of last season in covering receivers.
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers O-line has afforded their quarterback a mere 2.19 seconds before the pass (worst in the league since the start of last season), which has a negative impact on all pass game metrics across the board.

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