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Prop Bet WR Mohamed Sanu Total Catches Patriots

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/25/2019

Do you think the New England Patriots WR Mohamed Sanu will have over or under 3.5 catches on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.   You can bet this prop at BetOnline.

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The Patriots acquired veteran Sanu from the Atlanta Falcons for a second-round draft pick.

The 6-foot-2, 210-pound Sanu, 30, is in his eighth season and has 33 receptions for 313 yards and one touchdown in 2019.

Mohamed Sanu caught a three-yard pass in the Falcons' Week 7 loss to the Rams.   He  caught 3-of-4 targets for 29 yards in the Falcons' Week 6 loss to the Cardinals.  He caught 5-of-5 targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in the Falcons' Week 5 loss to the Texans.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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