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Colt McCoy Interceptions
Player Prop Week 17

Atlanta Falcons vs Arizona Cardinals

Colt McCoy Interceptions Prop is currently Over/Under 0.5 (-100/-130).

The money has been on the Under as it opened 0.5 @ -125 before it was bet down to 0.5 @ -130.
  • The Arizona Cardinals will be rolling out backup QB Colt McCoy in this week's contest, which generally means fewer pass attempts and more rush attempts.
  • The Cardinals are a huge 7.5-point underdog this week, likely leading to an extreme passing game script.
  • THE BLITZ projects the Arizona Cardinals to be the 4th-most pass-centric team on the slate this week with a 63.8% pass rate, given their underlying tendencies and matchup dynamics.
  • THE BLITZ projects this game to have the 5th-most plays run out of all the games this week at 130.5 plays, accounting for the tendencies of each team and game dynamics.
  • The Arizona Cardinals have run the 2nd-most plays in football this year, averaging a colossal 63.1 plays per game.

  • Opposing quarterbacks have averaged 33.3 pass attempts per game vs. the Atlanta Falcons defense this year: 8th-least in the league.
  • The Arizona Cardinals O-line has allowed their QB just 2.34 seconds before getting pressured (2nd-worst in the NFL since the start of last season), which has a negative impact on all passing offense stats across the board.
  • The Atlanta Falcons defensive front has gotten pressure on opposing quarterbacks just 2.43 seconds after the snap (on average), grading out as the 9th-best in the NFL since the start of last season.
  • The Arizona Cardinals have gone up against a stacked the box on a mere 9.5% of their plays since the start of last season, 2nd-least in football. Positioning an extra defender near the line of scrimmage improves run-stopping at the cost of better passing efficiency.
  • The Atlanta Falcons have stacked the box vs. opponents on just 11.5% of their plays since the start of last season, 6th-least in football. Choosing not to position an extra defender close to the line of scrimmage improves pass defense at the expense of run-stopping.

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