Brandon Aiyuk: NFL Player Prop Bets And Picks For The NFL Playoffs 49ers vs Packers – January 22, 2022

Written By PlayPicks Staff on January 20, 2022

Brandon Aiyuk will hope to make a difference for the San Francisco 49ers when they take on the Green Bay Packers at 8:15 PM ET on Saturday in the NFC Divisional round of the 2021 NFL playoffs. In this piece we’ll dig into Aiyuk’s stats and trends to help you make good predictions among his prop bets for this contest.

Brandon Aiyuk Player Props Vs The Packers

2021 Betting Outcomes

Receiving
Games Over Yards Prop 8
Games w/1+ TDs 5
Games w/2+ TDs 0

Brandon Aiyuk’s Receiving Trends

  • Aiyuk has tacked on 56 catches for 826 yards and five touchdowns this year. He has been targeted 84 times and puts up 48.6 receiving yards per game.
  • Aiyuk’s 14.8 yards per catch average is 19th in the NFL
  • Aiyuk has racked up 826 receiving yards and five TDs in the passing game. Each ranks 40th in the NFL.

This Week’s Predictions

Aiyuk (2021) League AVG (2021) vs Packers (2021) Prediction
53.5+ Receiving Yards 44.4% 28% 28.2% 38.3%
1+ Receiving TDs 27.8% 23.8% 28.2% 27.4%
2+ Receiving TDs 0% 3.4% 3.5% 1.3%

The “Prediction” column gives our estimate of how likely the player is to meet or exceed the listed total for the stat in this week’s game. For example, that means if the prediction is greater than 55% on a prop that is listed with -110 odds (an implied probability of just over 50%), it would be a recommended pick.

The “league average” and “versus opposing team” percentages show how often a player went over the stat total (while meeting the standard NFL qualifying participation threshold) compared to the total number of qualified players across the league in that stat category (passing, rushing or receiving).

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