Betting On Diontae Johnson Over 63.5 Receiving Yards

  • Diontae Johnson’s receiving yard total is set at 63.5 yards by sportsbooks.
  • Johnson has +120 odds to score a touchdown during his Sunday Night Football matchup.

PITTSBURGH – While Sunday Night Football between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle
Seahawks is already a powerhouse game, the player to keep an eye on is WR Diontae Johnson.
Online gambling sites have player prop odds on Johnson’s receiving yard total and his odds to score a touchdown that could see a profitable return.

Diontae Johnson Receiving Yard Total

Receiving Yard Total – Diontae Johnson

  • OVER 63.5 -115
  • UNDER 63.5 -115

Diontae Johnson is in line for a monstrous game against the Seattle Seahawks. Firstly, the
Seahawks allow the second-most receiving yards per game at 305.6 YPG. Seattle’s
secondary has also seen a downgrade after Week 5 as cornerback Tre Flowers was waived from
the team per his request.

On the offensive end, Johnson is undoubtedly the WR1 on this team as he leads all receivers
in targets with 37. With Juju Smith-Schuster now out for the season,
it leaves more opportunity for Johnson to get additional targets.

Johnson has hit the OVER in his last three games and against Top-10 passing defenses
(Broncos, Packers, Raiders) and can confidently be taken to hit it once again against arguably
the worst passing defense in the league.

Diontae Johnson Anytime Touchdown Odds

Anytime Touchdown Odds

  • Diontae Johnson +120

These NFL odds should be one of the most popular bets to make for Sunday Night Football. Johnson has scored a touchdown in three of the four games he’s played. Not only does Johnson lead all Steelers receivers in overall targets, but he also leads them in red zone targets with eight. Five more than the next receiver on the team.
In addition to leading receivers in red zone targets, he also leads them in receiving touchdowns
in the red zone (2) at a 75% completion rate. With Johnson being the leading target all over the field, he is bound to find the end zone at least once.

The game begins at 8:20 p.m. EST on Sunday and will air on NBC.