Ja’Marr Chase has player prop betting options available from bookmakers before his next NFL game on Sunday at 1:00 PM ET airing on CBS. Chase and the Cincinnati Bengals (0-2) play the New York Jets (1-1) in Week 3 at MetLife Stadium.

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Ja’Marr Chase Player Props vs. New York

  • Matchup: Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets
  • Time: 1:00 PM
  • Date: September 25, 2022
  • Receiving Yards Prop: Over 76.5 (-115)

Ja’Marr Chase Receiving Stats

  • Chase’s team-leading 183 yards receiving (91.5 per game) are via 15 catches (25 targets), and he has one TD.
  • Chase has been the target of 25 of his team’s 89 passing attempts this season, or 28.1% of the target share.
  • He has scored one touchdown this season, 33.3% of his team’s three offensive TDs.

Against New York

  • In his one matchup against the Jets, Chase’s 32 receiving yards total is 44.5 less than his over/under for Sunday’s game (76.5).
  • Chase has never had more than 76.5 receiving yards against the Jets.
  • Chase caught a touchdown pass in that matchup against the Jets.

Last Season Stats: Bengals vs. Jets

  • The Bengals averaged just 2.5 fewer points per game (27.1) than the Jets gave up (29.6) last year.
  • The Bengals averaged 36.1 fewer yards per game (361.5) than the Jets gave up per outing (397.6) last year.
  • Last season the Bengals racked up 259 yards per game through the air, just 0.4 fewer yards than the Jets allowed per contest (259.4).
  • Last season the Bengals racked up 102.5 rushing yards per game, 35.8 fewer than the Jets allowed per contest (138.3).
  • Last year the Bengals turned the ball over 21 times, seven more than the Jets’ takeaways (14).
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