We’ve been blessed with some great Monday Night Football games this season, including two Baltimore Ravens overtime thrillers and strong showings from the Los Angeles Chargers, Green Bay Packers, and Dallas Cowboys. Let’s hope this week is just as interesting, with the Buffalo Bills facing off against the Tennessee Titans. The Bills have looked nearly unstoppable since their Week 1 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers, while The Titans have been a bit more inconsistent. Here are the player props you need to take a look at for this primetime matchup.
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Josh Allen Over 288.5 Passing Yards
QB Josh Allen is making his case for MVP this season. The quarterback is picking up right where he left off from last season, passing for 1,370 yards with 12 touchdowns and only two picks. He’s also facing a defense that is pretty easy to torch. The Titans are allowing 264.6 yards per game through the air, and Allen should have an easy time picking them apart. Allen’s been making plays with his legs this year too, so take a look at his rushing props in this game as well.
Stefon Diggs Under 81.5 Receiving Yards
Along with plenty of fantasy football owners, I was expecting more from WR Stefon Diggs this year. Even with the strong play of Josh Allen, Diggs hasn’t been stringing together many strong performances. He hasn’t even hit 70 yards in four of his five games this year. Whether it’s defenses focusing more on him or Allen simply branching out to other receivers, Diggs isn’t racking up yards. Expect him to go under his receiving total for the near future.
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Derrick Henry Over 10.5 Receiving Yards
When you think of Derrick Henry, receptions don’t exactly come to mind. This is due to his nearly elite status as a runner after totaling 2,000 yards last season. However, he’s been hauling in catches this year for the Titans. While he was shut out in the passing game last week, he’s been fairly active throughout the season, with at least 19 yards in all his other games. The Titans will need to do everything they can to keep up with this electric Bills offense, so expect Henry to grab a few catches this Monday night.
A.J. Brown Under 56.5 Receiving Yards
Much like Stefon Diggs, I was expecting more from A.J. Brown this season. His highest yardage total on the year is 49 yards against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1. And, despite getting targeted twice, he didn’t even haul in a catch against the Indianapolis Colts. Of course, this slump can be blamed on Brown’s injury issues this season. Whatever the case, he’s not a focal point of the Titans offense right now, and bettors should take notice. His receiving total prop is well over his average of 32.5 yards per game. He might turn his game around when he’s fully healed, but I’m just not trusting the receiver for the next few weeks.