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The first Monday Night Football doubleheader of the 2023 NFL season is here, and we’re ready and loaded with a full slate of player picks for the NFC South clash between the Saints and Panthers, as well as the matchup of the AFC North between the Browns and Steelers.

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Let’s take a look at our three best players for Saints vs. Panthers and Browns vs. Steelers, including the picks of Derek Carr, Bryce Young and Kenny Pickett to close out Week 2.

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In the table below, you’ll find each of our NFL staff’s top prop player picks from today’s slate of games. Click on any selection or team logo to navigate to a specific bet discussed in this article.

Derek Carr

More than 19.5 passes completed (-115)

In an NFC South division with three of four teams slowly rebuilding their rosters during the draft, the Saints are the only team that appears truly committed to moving forward with their veteran talent. The Saints have the second-oldest roster in the entire league with an average player age of 27 years and two months, behind only the Jets (27 years and four months).

The Saints clearly believe they’re ready to win now, and they doubled down on that notion by bringing in quarterback Derek Carr this past offseason, and barring a heavyweight contender unexpectedly emerges from the shadows, they should be able to make a run at the division. crown if they can get the wheels turning on offense.

New Orleans scored just 16 points in the win over the Titans in Week 1, which is a bit concerning when it comes to scoring points with the Saints. But on the other side of that dilemma, the Saints’ offense was a disaster in Week 1, and Carr still managed to complete 23 of 33 pass attempts for 305 yards and a touchdown.

The Panthers defense limited Desmond Ridder to just 15 completions for 115 yards last week. But the Saints should do a lot more damage through the air. Carr completed 20-plus passes in 10 of 15 starts for the Raiders last season, and 11 of his last 16 overall following last week’s 23-pass completion performance.

I’ll back Carr to erase that number again against a Carolina secondary that ranked 22nd in completions allowed per game last season.

Pick: Derek Carr Over 19.5 Passes Completed (-115)

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young bryce

More than 0.5 interceptions (-125)

The Panthers selected QB Bryce Young with the first overall pick in this year’s draft and immediately inserted him into the starting lineup. Obviously, expect some growing pains as he continues to develop.

But after watching Carolina light up for 18 points in Atlanta in Week 1, it’s already starting to look like the Panthers could be in the running for the top pick in the draft once again.

Young completed just 20 of 38 pass attempts for 146 yards in his NFL debut, and added a pair of ugly interceptions to bottom out his day. I have no doubt that Young will one day be an excellent NFL quarterback. That’s why the Panthers selected him first overall. But based on what we saw last week, it’s going to be a bumpy ride for Young and company as the development process unfolds.

The Saints defense intercepted Ryan Tannehill three times last week. I’m backing Young to throw the third interception of his NFL career on Monday night.

Choose: Bryce Young Over 0.5 Interceptions (-125)

Kenny Pickett

Less than 205.5 passing yards (-113)

The Steelers’ offseason hype train came to a screeching halt in Week 1, when the 49ers came in and pummeled Kenny Pickett and Co. by a score of 30-7, stifling the Pittsburgh offense to just 239 total yards.

During his rookie season, Pickett was held under 200 passing yards in eight of his 12 starts. However, Pickett managed to surpass the 200-yard passing mark last week thanks to the Steelers allowing him to throw it 46 times in a blowout, the second-most pass attempts in his 13 career starts. And to add fuel to the fire, Diontae Johnson suffered a hamstring injury, which will likely sideline one of Pittsburgh’s best pass catchers for the foreseeable future.

In Week 1, Cleveland’s defense absolutely dominated an offense that most people consider to be borderline elite, as the Browns managed to limit Joe Burrow and the Bengals to just three points and 142 total yards in the en route to a resounding 24-3 victory.

Burrow completed just 14 of 31 passes for 82 yards against Cleveland, and the Bengals also struggled to get the running game going, rushing 20 times for just 70 yards.

Sure, Burrow is becoming famous for starting slow, but he’s still an elite quarterback. So if last week’s performance was a sign of things to come, the Browns secondary shouldn’t have too much trouble limiting Pickett and the Steelers.

Pick: Kenny Pickett Under 205.5 passing yards (-113)

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