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In advance of placing any prop bet wagers on Kirk Cousins for Sunday’s game, which starts at 1:00 PM ET on FOX, here are some insights and stats to consider to make the best bets. Cousins’ Minnesota Vikings (1-1) and the Detroit Lions (1-1) meet in a Week 3 matchup between NFC North foes at U.S. Bank Stadium.
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Kirk Cousins Player Props vs. Detroit
- Matchup: Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions
- Time: 1:00 PM
- Date: September 25, 2022
- Passing Yards Prop: Over 283.5 (-115)
Kirk Cousins Passing Stats
- Cousins has thrown for 498 yards (249 per game), been successful on 64.1% of his passes, and recorded three touchdown tosses with three interceptions this season.
- He’s also contributed via the run, with 20 yards on two carries.
- Cousins ranks 10th in the league with 25 completed passes per game (50 total completions this season).
- So far this season, Cousins is 22nd in air yards on completed passes in the NFL, with 214.
- The Vikings, who rank 25th in the NFL in points scored, have attempted a pass 66.7% of the time while running the ball 33.3% of the time.
- Cousins’ 307.5 passing yards per game in two matchups against the Lions are 24.0 more yards than his over/under in Sunday’s game.
- In those games, Cousins threw for more than this outing’s 283.5-yard over/under once.
- Cousins threw a TD pass in both of those games against the Lions, and threw multiple TD passes against them once.
Last Season Stats: Vikings vs. Lions
- Last year, the Vikings put up just 2.5 fewer points per game (25) than the Lions allowed (27.5).
- The Vikings racked up just 17 fewer yards per game (362.8) than the Lions gave up per contest (379.8) last year.
- Last season the Vikings averaged 249.3 passing yards per game, just 4.6 more yards than the Lions allowed per outing (244.7).
- The Vikings rushed for 113.5 yards per game last year, 21.6 fewer than the 135.1 the Lions allowed per outing.
- The Vikings turned the ball over 13 times last season, six fewer than the Lions forced turnovers (19).