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Chargers vs. Raiders: Best prop bets to make for Monday Night Football

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The LA Chargers host the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday Night Football to conclude the Week 4 slate. The winner of this game will be the first-place team in the AFC West as the Raiders are still undefeated and the Chargers would have the most wins against the AFC West.

The NFL may have saved the best game for last in Week 4 as this is an extremely compelling matchup. The Chargers are coming off of a huge win over the Kansas City Chiefs and are a must-watch team with Justin Herbert and Brandon Staley.

The Raiders, meanwhile, are a surprising 3-0 and Derek Carr has been playing lights out. It's going to be a fun game and you know what makes it even more fun? Placing some prop bets. We're here to give you the best prop bets to win you money, and don't worry, we are 5-1 on our prop bets this year.

All odds are courtesy of WynnBET.

Chargers vs. Raiders: The best prop bets on Monday Night Football to guarantee a profit

1. Jalen Guyton OVER 17.5 receiving yards (-115)

Talk about a prop bet out of left field. Jalen Guyton probably is not the first receiver you thought we would target on the LA Chargers but I really like the opportunity here. We cashed in on some low lines on Mike Williams early in the year and Vegas has adjusted. In this one, I like Jalen Guyton's chances.

All Guyton has to do to win the bet is pick up 18 yards which seems like a virtual guarantee with how often the Chargers throw the football. Sure, he is not the first, second, third or even fourth option in the passing game. However, this is a team that is striving to be the best passing team in the sport and Guyton is going to get looks as a result.

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The Raiders do not have anyone to match the speed of Guyton, particularly with all of the focus on Mike Williams and Keenan Allen. We also have not seen Justin Herbert connect on a massive pass yet. He attempted one to Guyton last week that he dropped, but there has not been that massive big play to the speedster.

I know he has only 13 receiving yards over the last two weeks but that is why he is due for some yards and receptions in this one. He can surpass this number in one target.

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