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New England Patriots Prop Bets for Week Four against the Green Bay Packers

The Patriots have lost two of the first three games of the season. The last game ended with their franchise quarterback, Mac Jones, entering the tunnel before the final whistle. He has been ruled out for Sunday, slotting in the journeyman Brian Hoyer into the starting role. So should Pats fans be worried?

Remember when being a Patriots fan meant waking up on Sunday morning, watching Tom Brady annihilate every team in the league en route to a Lombardi? Remember when the AFC championship game was essentially the New England Invitational? Those days are gone.

The Patriots travel to Lambeau Field for a matchup against the Green Bay Packers, a team with their offensive struggles. Even in their win against the Bucs, the offense only scored 14 points. The Bucs are a better team than the Patriots.

The Packers have their golden boy under center this week, while the Patriots are left without their second-year stud, Mac Jones. The Patriots ruled him out late Friday afternoon. It’s Hoyer time; grab your bibles and rosary beads.

There is not a lot of star power in this matchup, but enough to make you some cash. It lies in putting your eggs in the right basket. Allow me to guide you in the process.

Here are my Patriot Pitts Props of the Week!

Damien Harris AND Rhomandre Stevenson finish with OVER 10.5 carries.

I have zero faith in Brian Hoyer winning this game by throwing the ball. It did not work in his last eleven starts. He needs a little help from some friends.

Harris and Stevenson have been shining in the offense over the past three games. Harris carried the ball 10+ times in the past two games, while Stevenson ended Week Three with 15 touches, the first time over double digits this season. 

Hoyer needs to rely on the run to move the ball downfield. The ground and pound will be the only road to victory for the Pats in title town.

Brian Hoyer will throw OVER 1.5 INTs.

The Packers struggle against the run, but their secondary picks up the slack. Jaire Alexander lurks around the field, waiting for the quarterback to make a mistake. Instead, his ball-hawking ability puts him in the elite of his position.

Hoyer cannot sling the ball, barely hitting open receivers. He looks lost at times on the field. Science shows that when you panic, you make mistakes. It is not if but when Hoyer will turn the ball over. Prepare yourself, peeps. It’s going to be a long game.

Deatrich Wise and Matt Judon continue their dominance with OVER 1.5 sacks.

The offense stinks; the defense rules.

The defense has been the most fun part of the team. The line forces constant pressure on the quarterback—the secondary forces incompletions and turnovers.

Deatrich Wise shined against the Ravens, sacking Lamar Jackson three times! In addition, matt Judon picked up his third consecutive game with a sack. Things are beginning to look up!

The Patriots’ defense is hungry to prove the doubters wrong. They just need to be complimented by the offense a few times a game. It’s a constant balancing act. 

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The Patriots and Packers will combine for UNDER 40.5 points.

The Packers have no issue putting points on the board; they have back-to-back league MVP, Aaron Rodgers. The Patriots are not so fortunate. Both sides are going to be playing a different style of football.

The Patriots’ ground-and-pound game plan will waste a lot of the clock. They are not looking to score many points, just more than the Packers. So Belichick needs to pull double duty as puppet master. He must have an eye looking over Patricia’s shoulder. His other eye needs to be on Hoyer, ensuring he does his job.

As for the defense, they need to bend don’t break. Yards do not equal points. Allowing field goals instead of touchdowns will be the best way to keep them in this game. It just comes down to execution.

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