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Best player prop bets to consider for Cardinals vs. Texans in NFL Week 11

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

CINCINNATI, OH - NOVEMBER 12: Houston Texans wide receiver Tank Dell (3) talks with quarterback C.J. Stroud (7) during the game against the Houston Texans and the Cincinnati Bengals on November 12, 2023, at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, OH. Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

In a game with one of the highest point totals on the Week 11 slate, the Arizona Cardinals face the Houston Texans on Sunday. Kickoff from NRG Stadium is set for 1 p.m. ET and will see two of the league’s prolific passers go head-to-head with Kyler Murray and C.J. Stroud.

Here are the best player prop bets to consider as the Cardinals face the Texans on Sunday.

Cardinals vs. Texans player prop bets

Kyler Murray — Over 237.5 passing yards (-115)

Murray threw for 249 yards in his first game back from ACL surgery last week, so his ceiling only goes up from here. That statement rings especially true against what has been a susceptible Texans secondary. Houston is allowing 246.4 passing yards per game (24th), and with Stroud helming a high-octane offense on the other side, you can be sure Murray will be prepared to go toe-to-toe with him in the pocket.

C.J. Stroud — Over 1.5 passing TDs (-175)

Arizona’s pass defense ranks 11th in the NFL this season, but that’s not to say they’ve been perfect in defending the end zone. The Cardinals have allowed 1.5 passing touchdowns to quarterbacks this season, which is 10th-most in the league. Stroud has the green light to carry the offense with his arm, and he’s been shut out of a passing touchdown in just two games all year.

Tank Dell — Anytime TD scorer (+115)

Dell has five receiving touchdowns on the season, and that’s inclusive of three touchdowns in his last two games alone. Arizona’s passing defense has been solid this season, but with Stroud playing like the favorite for Offensive Rookie of the Year, a big play over the top can’t be ruled out in what could be a high-octane shootout against Murray.

The rookie wideout leads all Texans in receiving touchdowns this season, which means he has an excellent chance to add another to his resume on Sunday afternoon.