Top 3 Player Prop Bets For Week 1 Thursday Night Football

Top 3 Player Prop Bets For Week 1 Thursday Night Football

Grant Puskar
1 year ago
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Buffalo Bills receiver Gabriel Davis scores a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs

Both the Los Angeles Rams and the Buffalo Bills are football teams that are complete and have a legitimate shot at going to the Super Bowl. Could this be a potential future Super Bowl matchup?

If you are a bettor that loves to bet on player props, you are in the right spot. With the Bills vs. Rams being tonight, let's look at the top player prop bets for the intriguing matchup.

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Bet No. 1: Josh Allen Over 275.5 Passing Yards (-115)

I am a firm believer in the Josh Allen hype train, a big enough believer to think that he not only has a shot to lead his team to the Super Bowl, but I also believe he has a real chance to win the MVP this season.

The Bills run game has never been great, and ever since entering the league, Allen has posted big-time numbers. It's primetime and it is the first game of the season across the entire league, so I expect him to show out and hit the over in passing yards tonight. 

Bet No. 2: Cam Akers Total Rushing/Receiving Yards Over 60.5 (-112)

I know Cam Akers is unfortunately an injury waiting to happen. Akers, however, is saying he's ready to go and that he is in fact healthy.

I'm a big fan of the Bills defense, I just see a lot of points being scored tonight. Matthew Stafford had a procedure done on his shoulder this off-season, and we just don't know how much he will be limited, if at all.

Akers is a running back that can also be used in the passing game a lot, and given that this bet is for his total between both rushing and receiving yards, I'm all about the Akers over tonight.

Bet No. 3: Gabriel Davis Touchdown Scorer (+150)

The last game Gabriel Davis played in, he hauled in eight receptions, totaling 201 yards and four touchdowns. Keeping in mind it was in the divisional round of the playoffs, it seems like Davis likes the big spotlight. Why shouldn't we think he's good for a touchdown tonight?

The receiving core of Stefon Diggs and Davis is a very dynnamic duo, and quarterback Josh Allen has to love having such a solid duo. Unlike Diggs, Davis has the edge in size, a big reason why whenever the Bills get close to the endzone, Davis automatically becomes one of Allen's favorite targets.

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