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Buccaneers vs Giants prediction, MNF props, odds: NFL expert reveals Monday Night Football player prop bet picks

R.J. White just revealed his Week 11 NFL prop bet picks for New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers on MNF
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Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3) host Daniel Jones and the New York Giants (3-6) in a key Week 11 NFL matchup on Monday Night Football. Kickoff is at for 8:15 p.m. ET from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.. Antonio Brown (ankle) is out and Rob Gronkowski (back) is questionable for Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers are 11-point favorites in the latest Giants vs. Buccaneers odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 50 points. In addition to the Buccaneers vs Giants point spread and standard Monday Night Football Week 11 NFL betting lines, Caesars is also offering a plethora of prop bet options for this prime time matchup, and SportsLine NFL expert R.J. White has just revealed his top player prop plays.

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White, a CBS Sports fantasy and gambling editor, ended the 2020 season on an 80-59 run on all NFL picks, returning more than $1,400 during that span. He also enters Week 11 as SportsLine's No. 3 rated NFL expert, going 51-39-1 (+800) on his last 91 NFL ATS picks. It's no surprise, as White has cashed huge twice in the world's most prestigious football handicapping competition, the Las Vegas SuperContest. Anyone who has followed his picks has seen HUGE returns.

You can see all of White's expert NFL picks and analysis HERE.

Now, White has locked in on Buccaneers vs. Giants on MNF and just revealed his top three prop bet picks for this Week 11 NFL matchup.

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Kadarius Toney Over 41.5 receiving yards (-120)

"Toney absolutely exploded against the Cowboys back in Week 5, catching 10 of his 13 targets for 189 yards. The next week, he had three receptions almost before the game started but had to leave due to injury and ended up playing only six snaps. When he returned in Week 8, he played his normal complement of snaps (just over half) in each of his next two games but the production wasn't there. This should be a great matchup for the rookie, though, where he can carve up the Bucs' zone-heavy coverage while playing from behind. This line is hinting at an increase in production, considering Toney only has 35 yards combined in his last two games, but with Sterling Shepard out yet again, we know what the ceiling looks like for this explosive passing-game weapon."

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Tom Brady Longest completion Under 37.5 yards (-110)

"While Brady has seven plays of at least 40 yards this year, two of his three biggest plays were to Antonio Brown, who remains unavailable due to injury. He did hit Mike Evans for a 40-yard touchdown last week, but plays like that have been the exception rather than the rule against the Giants this year. The New York defense has allowed just three pass plays longer than 35 yards, and the last came all the way back in Week 5 against Dallas. It's not like the lack of huge plays have slowed down offenses against the Giants (at least, as long as Sam Darnold isn't on the field), and we should trust Brady to take what the defense gives him in a game that might be out of hand by the second half."

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Rob Gronkowski Over 29.5 receiving yards (-115)

"Gronk is listed as questionable but expected to play on Monday night. If he's out there, we should expect his normal amount of snaps, as the Bucs have a pair of capable tight ends behind him on the depth chart that represent perfectly fine options if the starter is less than 100 percent. Gronk piled up at least 39 yards in each of the team's first three games, and that came with everyone healthy; Antonio Brown remains sidelined, which could mean more targets for Gronk than he'd otherwise have. Check your house rules, because this play is only going to make sense if it voids in the event he's ruled inactive. If he's in, he'll soar over this number."

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