Giants at Bills: Pick'em Picks for Underdog and ParlayPlay
This week’s installment of Sunday Night Football could get ugly quickly. The Buffalo Bills are on a tear, and the New York Giants have struggled all season long. Plus, the Bills are 14-point favorites in this one, an indication of what Las Vegas thinks about this game.
With a potential blowout in mind, we have to be smart about our bets in this one, especially with the Bills and their players. Take a look at the three player props below, all of which can be found on Underdog.
Josh Allen OVER 2 Touchdown Passes
Josh Allen started the year slowly. This led many analysts to question his abilities, and if he’d be able to sustain the pace he set in 2022. His past few games have proven that he is back with a fury.
We’re expecting a strong first half out of him and the Bills’ offense, starting the game hot against the lowly Giants. Allen has thrown for two or more touchdowns in three of the past four weeks. He continues to have a strong rapport with Stefon Diggs, his top receiver.
We love Allen’s odds to throw at least one touchdown pass to Diggs, one to a tight end, and another to one of his running backs, or another random receiver. This is our favorite pick from SNF, and we wouldn’t be surprised if this cashes in the first half.
James Cook OVER 12.5 Rushing Attempts
While we are confident in our play for Allen’s passing touchdowns, we’re also anticipating a blowout, as previously mentioned. Cook could see a lot of carries in the second half, a time when the Bills will likely slow things down, trying to eat up some clock near the end of the game.
Cook’s role in this offense is on the rise, and he’ll look to continue that this week against the Giants. Look for him to have at least 13 rushing attempts in this one.
Graham Gano OVER 4.5 Kicking Points
To make a valid parlay on Underdog, you need to have at least one prop from both games, unfortunately. We’re not expecting the Giants’ offense to do much against the Bills, which is why we aren’t going to recommend any plays from their skill position players.
However, if they do get onto the Bills’ side of the field, the Giants might be forced to kick a few field goals. When they are unable to get into the end zone, they’ll rely on Graham Gano to get some points on the board, resulting in him hitting the over on his kicking points.