There are three contests in the NFL on Saturday, including a pivotal AFC East showdown between the Bills and Dolphins. Here are four player props to consider from legal football betting sites.
Justin Jefferson Under 92.5 Receiving Yards
It’s tough to fade the league’s top receiver, but we must play the numbers here. The Colts don’t have many strengths, but they are good against the pass.
Indy ranks 3rd in the league, allowing just 188.6 yards through the air. Conversely, they’re atrocious against the run. Last game, they were shellacked by the Dallas Cowboys 54-19 and gave up over 200 rushing yards.
As bad as the Colts were, they still only allowed 170 passing yards. The Vikings will likely try to emulate Dallas’ game plan and focus on rushing the ball since that’s where Indianapolis is susceptible.
Dalvin Cook Over 70.5 Rushing Yards
For the same reason we like the Jefferson under, we like Dalvin Cook to nail the over. As mentioned above, the Vikings will want to pound the rock in this game.
The Colts are allowing over 100 yards per game (26th) and are coming off their worst performance of the season. Cook should see a lot of action after being shut down last week against the Lions while Jefferson put on an air show.
We like the veteran running back to get at least 20 carries this game. If he does, he should have no problem eclipsing 70.5.
Tyler Huntley Under 175.5 Passing Yards
The Baltimore Ravens have always been a run-first squad, which won’t change against the Browns on Saturday. Cleveland’s weakness is its rushing defense.
The team is 22nd against the run (128.1) and was just gashed by Joe Mixon and the Bengals last week to the tune of 6.9 yards per carry. Tyler Huntley will make his second consecutive start, filling in for the injured Lamar Jackson.
On the year, Baltimore is averaging just 184.8 passing yards per game (27th). Huntley will be happy to hand the ball off and let the league’s 2nd-ranked rushing attack take care of business.
Last week against Pittsburgh, Huntley threw for 88 yards before leaving the game with a concussion in the third quarter. He’s been cleared to play this week.
Tyreek Hill Anytime Touchdown Scorer
The Cheetah has been nearly unstoppable this season. In 13 games, the burner has piled up 1,460 receiving yards at 14.6 yards per clip. After an early-season touchdown drought, Hill has now scored in four of his last five games.
If the lake effect snow warning holds true, there is supposed to be a foot of the white stuff in Buffalo. Little to no traction will benefit the receivers in this game, as they get to dictate the route while the DBs have to react. We like Tyreek’s chances of busting one on a slippery field at Orchard Park.