The Jacksonville Jaguars are still at their second home in London.
This week they’re at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the NFL is delivering more energy to your Sunday morning than your third cup of coffee with this great matchup.
The Buffalo Bills and Jaguars both expect to be AFC contenders at the end of the season and it’s because of their elite quarterbacks.
Trevor Lawrence vs. Josh Allen is as good as it gets, so let’s back these offenses with prop bets. I have my three favorite props for the Week 5 London game.
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Jaguars vs. Bills best prop bets
- Dalton Kincaid over 3.5 receptions
- Josh Allen over 33.5 pass attempts
- Travis Etienne over 64.5 rushing yards
Dalton Kincaid over 3.5 receptions
It did not take long for Kincaid to emerge as the No. 2 target on this Buffalo offense. A reliable chain-mover like Kincaid is exactly what Josh Allen needed and he leaned on him more last week against Miami.
Kincaid finished that one with four grabs for 27 yards. Kincaid only has one fewer target than Gabriel Davis and is second to Stefon Diggs in receptions. It won’t be long before Kincaid is well clear of Davis in target-share.
Josh Allen over 33.5 pass attempts
Last week, we got efficient Josh Allen. The Bills ran the ball effectively, but Allen threw for 310 yards on 21-for-25 passing.
It helped that Stefon Diggs was torching Kader Kohou of the Dolphins and refused to be tackled. The Jaguars defense will be better than Miami’s was, mostly because it’s hard to be worse.
The Jaguars are ninth against the run and 22nd against the pass, and opposing quarterbacks are averaging 35.2 pass attempts per game against Jacksonville.
Travis Etienne over 64.5 rushing yards
The story will be the quarterbacks, but Etienne could steal the show. He’s averaging 65 yards per game, so right at the number, but he hasn’t faced a run-defense as poor as this one.
Buffalo ranks 30th in yards per play defensively and 32nd in yards per rush, allowing 6.3.
That’s absurdly high and the Bills have only survived because they often play with a lead, so they have have faced the second fewest rushing attempts per game.
Jacksonville will remain dedicated to the run early on to limit a Buffalo defense that is suddenly first in pressure rate at 32.1%.
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