The New England Patriots (3-3) host the Chicago Bears (2-4) at Gillette Stadium on Monday night football. The Patriots are favored by 10.5 in Sports betting YES, even without the starting QB having been named yet. However, whether it’s Bailey Zappe or Mac Jones, it should be the Patriots who come out on top. Damien Harris is expected to play after missing last week with injury.

The total for the game is set at 40.5, the third lowest of the week, and you’ll see that reflected in player accessories. With all that in mind, here are some gamer accessories worth considering for Monday night’s tilt.

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David Montgomery under 51.5 rushing yards (-120)
David Montgomery over 10.5 receiving yards (-133)

Chicago is a run-first team, averaging 170.7 rushing yards per game (second in the NFL), but the Patriots are allowing only 119 yards per game to RBs and have yet to allow a rushing touchdown. Not only that, but Montgomery has yet to prove that he is the best running back in Chicago. Recent reports that Chicago will “ride the hot hand” don’t seem to bode well for Montgomery with Khalil Herbert waiting in the wings. Montgomery should be able to retain the broadcaster role from him, but he looks to Herbert to share the early work and cap his yardage in this matchup. Monty has gone below this run support in three of the five contests played this year, while he has surpassed this receiving support in four of five.

Darnell Mooney under 45.5 receiving yards (-120)

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Darnell Mooney is clearly the number one receiver in Chicago’s offense and that’s exactly why I’m fading him out. He leads the team in goals (33) in six games. That’s an average of just over five targets per game and 40.2 yards per game, which isn’t that flashy to begin with. Bill Belichick will easily take Mooney out of the game plan and force Justin Fields to throw to the likes of Dante Pettis and Equanimeous St. Brown.

Equanimeous St. Brown over 13.5 receiving yards (-120)
Equanimeous St. Brown on 1.5 sacks (+125)

Yeah, I know he didn’t see a target last week, but St. Brown is still averaging 18.5 receiving yards per game this year, and Mooney will likely get the Belichick treatment in which the Patriots take out the opponent’s main threat.

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