- Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray’s total passing yards are set at 264.5 yards against the Houston Texans for Week 7 of the NFL.
- Murray has +106 odds to have OVER 2.5 passing TDs.
- Sportsbooks set Murray’s total rushing yards at 25.5.
PHOENIX – Arizona Cardinal’s QB Kyler Murray’s total passing yards are set at 264.5 yards with -114 odds on both the O/U. Murray averages 290.1 passing yards per game and just threw for 229 yards against the Cleveland Browns in Week 6.
Murray also has odds on his total rushing yards. The O/U is set at 25.5 with the OVER seeing -122 odds. Murray ran for just 6 yards in Week 6.
NFL sportsbooks set Murray’s total passing yards TDs at 2.5. the UNDER is favored at -140. Murray is top 6 this season in TDs with 14.
Murray’s Player Props
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Kyler Murray has passed 264.5 yards in the first four games of the season but has cooled off in the last two. The Houston Texans defense could give up that many yards to Murray, however.
Player Passing Yards – Kyler Murray
- OVER 264.5 -114
- UNDER 228.5 -114
The Texans allow 277.3 passing yards per game and are near the bottom of the league defensively. Kyler Murray should easily be able to exploit this defense in Week 7. But, in the last three games, no QB passed for 264.5 passing yards over the Texans.
Kyler Murray’s passing TDs against the Houston Texans at 2.5 could be profitable with + odds on the OVER at online gambling sites. Murray had 4 TDs in the Week 6 matchup against the Browns but is overall 3-3 with hitting OVER 2.5 TDs this season.
Player Passing TDs – Kyler Murray
- OVER 2.5 +106
- UNDER 2.5 -140
For Murray’s rushing yards props, the QB running for over 25.5 yards is favored, however, Murray ran for just 6 yards in Week 6 and 1 yard in Week 5.
Player Rushing Yards – Kyler Murray
- OVER 25.5 -122
- UNDER 25.5 -108
Murray has 116 rushing yards this season and has two games where he ran for over 25.5 yards. Murray ran for 31 yards in Week 2 against the Minnesota Vikings and he ran for 39 yards in Week 4 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Both the Rams and the Vikings are better at defending the run, with the Texans giving up the second-most rushing yards per game.
The game begins on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. EST on CBS.