It seems like destiny that the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills would meet in the playoffs after their Week 17 game was cut short and cancelled due to the tragic accident involving Damar Hamlin.
The Bills enter the game as 4.5-point favorites, and if you want my best bet for the game you can check out my preview here.
In this article, I’m going to give you a few player props I like for the game. You can bet on these instead if you don’t feel comfortable betting on the total, or you can always add these on as additional wagers.
Let’s dive into them.
Best prop bets for Bengals vs. Bills
- Joe Burrow UNDER 271.5 passing yards
- Devin Singletary OVER 43.5 rushing yards
- Gabriel Davis OVER 56.5 receiving yards
Joe Burrow UNDER 271.5 passing yards
Joe Burrow is averaging 279.7 passing yards per game this season, but I think he’s going to go well under that total this weekend against the Bills.
Buffalo’s secondary has been in lock down mode over the last few weeks. The Bills are allowing only 4.9 yards per pass attempt over their last three games, the best mark in the NFL over that stretch.
As a whole, the Bills are allowing an average of only 213.1 passing yards per game.
Devin Singletary OVER 43.5 rushing yards
Devin Singletary is averaging 51.2 rushing yards per game this season well over his set total for Sunday’s game.
Despite James Cook getting two more carries than Singletary last week, don’t look too deep into it. Singletary played 55% of snaps last week compared to Cook, who played only 31% of snaps.
Singletary also outperformed Cook in the Wild Card round, averaging 4.8 yards per carry. I think the Bills will take an early lead and lean on their run game, helping Singletary going over his total.
Gabriel Davis OVER 56.5 receiving yards
Gabriel Davis was one of the best players on the field against the Dolphins last week, hauling in six receptions for 113 yards.
He has played a huge role in the Bills’ offense lately, seeing at least nine targets in their last two games. A great part about betting on Davis to go over his receiving total, is that he serves as their deep threat so he may only need a few receptions to go over his total.
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