The Sports Injury Central staff was 6-0 on yardage props on Sunday based on injury. For more insights throughout the season sign up for SIC picks here or below.Saquon Barkley O54.5 Rushing Yards18 carries for 164 yards and a TDThe Giants fifth-year running back entered this season with a high SIC score of 93 with the Pro Football Docs confident in his ability to perform in his second season back from an ACL tear. New York fed him the ball and Barkley did not waste his opportunities.Diontae Johnson O48.5 Receiving Yards7 catches for 55 yardsDespite Johnson’s shoulder injury in the final preseason game, the Pro Football Docs were confident he would play Week 1. It took overtime for him to surpass his prop, but Johnson’s playing time never wavered.Ezekiel Elliott O46.5 Rushing Yards10 carries for 52 yardsElliott’s PCL injury limited him last season, but he had it fixed in the offseason. He surpassed his total despite a negative game script and 6 carries from Tony Pollard.Robert Woods U52.5 Receiving Yards2 targets, 1 catch for 13 yardsThe Titans’ wideout is still making his way back from an ACL tear with the Rams last season and can’t run routes at peak effectiveness yet. He was targeted just twice against the Giants’ secondary.Tyreek Hill O63.5 Receiving Yards8 catches for 94 yardsWith the Patriots without current Charger J.C. Jackson and down Malcolm Butler due to injury, the Dolphins had little trouble getting Hill going with his new team. Miami’s offensive line is also injury free, giving Tua Tagovailoa time to connect on deep routes.Chris Godwin U41.5 Receiving Yards3 catches for 35 yardsGodwin’s props weren’t available until right before gametime because of his questionable tag. Once he was declared active, his prop was posted and the under was an easy choice. He’s less than 9 months removed from his ACL tear and not ready to run his usual routes. A hamstring injury knocked him out just before halftime. He had 24 yards on a screen call in the first quarter, then 11 yards on his next two targets.Cam Akers O41.5 Rushing Yards3 rushing attempts, 0 yardsThe Rams' supposed lead back entered the season with a SIC score of 88 after recovering from an Achilles tendon tear prior to the 2021 season. He got just 3 carries compared to 23 touches by Darrell Henderson. His lack of opportunities appear to be related to his lackluster pass blocking ability, not his health.Courtland Sutton O 56.5 Receiving Yards4 catches for 72 yardsThe Broncos wideout had 0 catches on 0 targets in the first half, but caught 4 of his 7 targets for 72 yards in the second half. Sutton entered his second season since his ACL tear with a SIC score of 95.