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Best player prop bets to consider for Chargers vs. Packers in NFL Week 11

Pete Hernandez goes over their favorite player prop bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for Chargers vs. Packers in Week 11 of the 2023 NFL season.

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 12: Justin Herbert #10 of the Los Angeles Chargers passes the football during a 41-38 loss to the Detroit Lions at SoFi Stadium on November 12, 2023 in Inglewood, California. Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

After falling short in a high-scoring affair last week, the Los Angeles Chargers travel to face the Green Bay Packers in Week 11. Kickoff from Lambeau Field is set for 1 p.m. ET, and as one of the league’s talent-laden offenses faces one of the more stout defenses, it should set up for an intriguing head-to-head when it’s all said and done.

Here are some of the best player prop bets to consider as the Chargers face the Packers on Sunday.

Chargers vs. Packers player prop bets

Justin Herbert — Under 260.5 passing yards (-135)

Herbert is coming off one of his best passing games of the season, but a sequel performance in Week 11 may not be in the cards. Green Bay is allowing just 187.6 passing yards per game (7th), and at home in the colder weather setting, one can’t predict how well this Chargers defense will fare.

There’s also the off chance that if Los Angeles rides to an early double-digit lead, a big throwing game from Herbert won’t be necessary.

Jordan Love — Over 1.5 passing TDs (+120)

Love has faced some notable growing pains this season, but he is riding a four-game streak with at least one passing touchdown, including throwing for two touchdowns in Week 10. The Chargers rank dead last in passing defense and are allowing an average of 1.6 passing touchdowns per game to quarterbacks, so if Green Bay hopes to keep pace with Herbert, it could force Love to make more plays with his arm than usual.

Austin Ekeler — Over 33.5 receiving yards (-120)

Ekeler caught four passes for 48 receiving yards last week, and he’s averaging 41.3 receiving yards per game this season. His dual-threat skillset speaks for itself, but his prowess as a pass catcher could be needed even more this week with Keenan Allen reportedly playing through an AC joint sprain. Herbert connecting with Ekeler could prove especially valuable against what has been a stout Green Bay pass defense.