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Best player prop bets to consider for Falcons vs. Jets in NFL Week 13

Pete Hernandez goes over their favorite player prop bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for Falcons vs. Jets in Week 13 of the 2023 NFL season.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA - NOVEMBER 26: Desmond Ridder #9 reacts with Bijan Robinson #7 of the Atlanta Falcons following Robinsons touchdown during the second quarter against the New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on November 26, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images

The Atlanta Falcons travel to face the New York Jets in Week 13 of the NFL season. Kickoff from MetLife Stadium is set for 1 p.m. ET, though both of these teams enter this matchup on opposite ends of the spectrum. The Falcons are fresh off a 24-15 win over the New Orleans Saints, which puts the former at the top of what is arguably a weaker NFC South division. Nonetheless, the Falcons would be in the postseason were the season to end today.

Meanwhile, New York is coming off a 34-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins in the NFL’s inaugural Black Friday game. Highlighted by an underwhelming offense and a botched Hail Mary attempt, aptly nicknamed the “Hell Mary,” the Jets’ season continues its downward spiral since Aaron Rodgers’ Achilles injury back in Week 1.

Here are some of the best player prop bets to consider as the Falcons face the Jets in Week 13.

Falcons vs. Jets player prop bets

Desmond Ridder — Under 0.5 passing TDs (+145)

This is a lofty prop bet to have faith in, but Ridder’s inefficiency faced against an elite Jets defense could see this play out accordingly. New York is allowing just 1.18 passing touchdowns per game to opposing quarterbacks, and has notably given the likes of Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts fits all season long. Ridder has just seven passing touchdowns in nine games this season, so the under feels like a worthwhile bet.

Garrett Wilson — Under 51.5 receiving yards (-115)

Wilson caught all five passes last week for just 34 receiving yards in Tim Boyle’s season debut as a starter. Perhaps he’ll fare a bit better in his second go around, but it’s worth noting that the Falcons' defense ranks 10th against the pass, having allowed just 209.1 yards per game through the air. This game has the makings of an ugly, low-scoring affair, which means a relatively quiet outing from Wilson could be in order.

Bijan Robinson — Over 58.5 rushing yards (-115)

Robinson will face a surprisingly porous Jets rush defense that has been gashed multiple times this season. New York ranks 31st in the league in allowing 140.3 rushing yards per game, and Robinson is coming off a respective 91-yard rushing performance, which was his second straight game with 90-plus yards on the ground.

If the Falcons are smart, they’ll lean on the ground game as a means of steering clear of Sauce Gardner and a capable Jets defense.