Bills vs. Jaguars in London: Top 5 NFL player prop bets, picks, predictions

top 5 bills vs. jaguars prop bets

The top 5 Bills vs. Jaguars player prop bets, picks, and predictions feature several of the stars in action Sunday morning. The Bills travel across the pond to share the pitch with the Jaguars in London. Both teams are fresh off of big Week 4 victories with sights on another tally in the win column.

Top 5 Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars London prop bets

Josh Allen Over 259.5 Passing Yards (-114 or better)

Allen is playing at an MVP level. He’s completing 76.6 percent of his passes since averaging 8.6 yards per attempt since his Week 1 dud vs. the Jets. The Bills are 5.5-point favorites with a healthy 48.5 total, so scoring and yardage shouldn’t be at a premium Sunday morning.

Trevor Lawrence Over 1.5 Touchdown passes (+106 or better)

Lawrence tossed a pair of touchdowns against the Atlanta Falcons in London last week in his best performance of the season thus far. The Bills present a stiffer challenge, but Lawrence and the Jags should benefit from staying in London this week. Look for Lawrence to answer the bell and deliver another quality outing with a pair of TD tosses.

Stefon Diggs Over 6.5 Receptions (-120 or better)

In fairness to Josh Allen, Diggs may have been the highlight of the Bills’ drubbing of the Miami Dolphins last week. His 120 yards were a season-high and complemented his trio of touchdowns. The Allen-to-Diggs connection is clicking on all cylinders right now – Diggs is converting 79.5 percent of his targets at 12.9 yards per catch. The way he’s going right now, he may only need seven targets to hit the Over, but he’ll likely see significantly more attention than that.

Calvin Ridley Over 54.5 Receiving Yards (-106 or better)

Ridley cooled off following a hot start to the season, but he did remind us of his big-play ability with a touchdown last week. We’re looking specifically for more volume and yardage this Sunday. He only received two targets against the Falcons, but it’s reasonable to expect Doug Pederson and Co. to make a concerted effort to get Ridley involved early and often.

James Cook Over 72.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards (-115 or better)

Cook leads the Bills with 61 touches at 6.1 yards per clip and is well on his way to a breakout sophomore campaign that figures to continue this week in London. Cook amassed at least 73 total yards in three of four games this season, and it’s likely he’ll see the necessary volume in order to reach that mark again.