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NFL DFS Prop Picks for Week 3 - Monkey Knife Fight

We're in Week 3 of the NFL season, and our friends at Monkey Knife Fight are offering some of the coolest, and easiest to win, NFL DFS games in the industry. On MKF, there are no massive tournaments where you have to get ridiculously lucky just to cash. You're just playing against the house, and the dudes at MKF have fallen all over themselves to give you really attractive opportunities to make some money.

We're here to help you win! We'll be providing you with Expert Prop Picks all NFL season long here at RotoBaller.  With week 3 upon us, let's dive into some of the most attractive prop picks offered by Monkey Knife Fight.

This week, there are several games we can look to target. These games include the Lions at Eagles, Bengals at Bills, and Texans at Chargers. Here are some picks to consider within those games when selecting props this weekend on Monkey Knife Fight.

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Detroit Lions @ Philadelphia Eagles: Over/Under Contest

Recommended Prop Pick: Two of Three: Matthew Stafford over 274.5 passing yards, Carson Wentz under 269.5 passing yards, and Kenny Golladay over 73.5 receiving yards.

This matchup between the Lions and Eagles has the potential to be a huge game for the Lions passing attack. The Eagles have proven to be horrific against the pass in the early going as they have allowed 700 passing yards to the quarterback position and 452 receiving yards to the wide receiver position. They have, however, been terrific against the run by only allowing 85 rushing yards. These reasons together will allow Detroit to enter the game with a pass-heavy gameplan and enable Stafford and Golladay to hit their overs. Under normal circumstances, Wentz would be capable of hitting his over, but the Eagles will enter the game with a banged-up receiving corps. DeSean Jackson is listed as doubtful for the game after suffering a groin injury last week at the Falcons and Alshon Jeffery has been listed as day-to-day the entire week. With the possibility of one or even both of these receivers missing the game, the best play here with Wentz is the under.

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Cincinnati Bengals @ Buffalo Bills: Over/Under Contest

Recommended Prop Pick: Two of Two: Andy Dalton over 245.5 passing yards and Josh Allen over 240.5 passing yards.

Andy Dalton has come out on absolute fire, throwing for over 700 yards in the first two weeks of the season. This week, however, he goes up against a Bills' defense that has only given up 425 yards through the air to quarterbacks, which ranks fourth in the league. While the Bills' pass defense was expected to be solid this season, the first two weeks of success may be attributed to the fact that they played the Jets and the Giants. This week they go up against an Andy Dalton led Bengals team that is projected to be trailing and in pass mode. Dalton has the weapons in Ross and Boyd to help eclipse the 250.5 mark, and I think he will. On the other side of the ball, the Bills have proven they can move the ball through the air as they have thrown for nearly 500 yards in the first two games. They may also be without running back, Devin Singletary, which leads me to believe they will put this game in the hands of Josh Allen and John Brown.

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Houston Texans @ Los Angeles Chargers: Rush Hour Contest

Recommended Prop Pick: Austin Ekeler and Carlos Hyde over 124.5 rushing yards.

Both of these defenses have struggled mightily against the run to open the season. The Chargers have allowed 297 yards on the ground and the Texans have allowed 251 yards. These rank fifth-worst and ninth-worst, respectively. On the other side of the ball, both offenses rank in the top 10 in rushing yards. The Chargers have heavily involved Austin Ekeler in the running game as expressed through his 17 carries for 66 yards last week. The same can be said for Carlos Hyde and the Texans as he carried the ball a whopping 20 times last week for 90 yards against the Jaguars Defense. This game is projected to be close as the Chargers are the obligatory three-point home favorite. This leads me to believe that both teams will be able to run the ball consistently throughout the game allowing both running backs to eclipse the 124.5 rushing yard mark.

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