Buffalo at Cincinnati: Picks for Underdog and ParlayPlay
To say that we are excited about this week’s iteration of Sunday Night Football would be an understatement. The Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals have quickly become rivals due to their recent playoff meetings.
The Bengals had the last laugh in the divisional round of the playoffs last season, and the Bills are hungry for revenge. We’re expecting this to be a high-scoring, emotional game that should feel like a playoff rematch.
After looking at the board, we’ve identified our three favorite player props from this contest, and we are excited to share them with you! All plays can be found on Underdog. Be forewarned! We are taking all overs in this one.
Josh Allen OVER 35.5 Passing Attempts
We were surprised to see Allen’s passing attempts line this low. With this expected to be a high-scoring, intense affair, Allen should pass a lot this week.
He has attempted 40+ passes in three of his last four games, all of which have been high-scoring games. The Bills have tried their best to keep Allen in the MVP race, and with a strong performance this week, he can firmly stake his place in that competition.
His arm is one of the best in the league, and he’ll do everything he can this week to keep the Bills tied with the best record in the AFC.
Dalton Kincaid OVER 4 Receptions
If we’re expecting a big game from Josh Allen, he’ll need to rely on some of his best weapons to get this done. Dalton Kincaid has looked like the prince that was promised over the last two weeks, showing the Bills that he was worthy of a first-round draft pick.
He has 13 combined receptions over the last two weeks, an indication of his growing role within the offense. We expected his line this week to be closer to 5.5, maybe even 6 receptions.
With the line currently at 4, don’t hesitate to run to the Underdog app and get this prop placed!
Tee Higgins UNDER 4 Receptions
What has happened to Tee Higgins this season? After a big year with Joe Burrow last year, he’s taken a severe decline in production.
Higgins is seen as a bright, young receiver, but for whatever reason he has not been a big part of the gameplan this year. He only has two games this year with more than four catches and has four games with two or fewer receptions.
We’re expecting this trend to continue on SNF, resulting in Higgins to hit the under on this line.