What kind of performance can you expect from Jammer Chase on Sunday afternoon? Follow us NFL Betting expert Nick Garaida analyzes his 3 favorites NFL Cincinnati Bengals vs. Buffalo Bills Prop Betting
On Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills AFC Championship game on the line. Both teams are dealing with multiple injuries on the defensive side of the ball ahead of kick-off.
After a week of line movement and the influx of money into the sides and totals of this contest, these saturated markets have erased much of the value of days earlier. Instead of betting on the selected option, bettors should turn their attention to player props in this matchup. Below are three of his bets worth considering on the Sunday Card!
Bengals vs. Bills – NFL Division Round Player Props
- Ja’Marr Chase o84.5 receive yards
- o65.5 receiving yards
- o80.5 receiving yards
Ja’Marr Chase o84.5 receiving yards (-114), FanDuel
Despite losing three starting offensive linemen by halftime in the wild card round, he connected nine times with Jammer Chase for 84 yards and a touchdown to clinch the win. Much has been said about Cincinnati’s absence from the offensive line this weekend, but this version of the Bengals’ pass protection is worse than the unit that allowed 19 sacks in last year’s run to the Super Bowl. In his four postseason games as a rookie, Chase had at least three receiving yards of 89 yards. Expect Burrow and Chase’s relationship to remain strong in his round of division. Please take over here.
o65.5 receiving yards (-110), MGM
In last year’s divisional round match against the Tennessee Titans, he caught seven passes and gained 96 receiving yards. AFC Another 100 receiving yards in a championship game against the Chiefs and a Super Bowl against the Los Angeles Rams.
On Sunday, Higgins is having a huge head start against the Buffalo Bills’ No. 2 unit, which is missing multiple starters due to injuries. You should see most of his offensive snaps lined up opposite the . Higgins should be able to beat this market number, even in weather with the potential for snow.
o80.5 receiving yards (-113), FanDuel
As they say, if there is an opportunity to undermine cornerback Eli Apple, bettors have no choice but to seize the day. Bettors face a dream scenario on Sunday. NFL, lined up across from one of the worst secondary unit players in the league. According to Pro Football Focus, Apple finished his season in regular coverage grade standings, ranking him 109th among his 123 players. Diggs scored his 114 receiving his yards in last week’s game against the Dolphins in Miami. He has better matchups in the divisional rounds.
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