Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills toppled the AFC East to earn the right to a rubber match at home with the New England Patriots in “Super” Wild Card Weekend’s Saturday Night Football matchup. With the new Awesemo OddsShopper, bettors can now search player props by team and immediately pinpoint the best available odds at recognized sportsbooks. Let’s take a look at the tool’s projections and odds for Wild Card Weekend Saturday Night Football.
Best NFL Player Prop Bets: Saturday Wild Card Playoffs
With the latest groundbreaking features in sports betting featured in OddsShopper, finding your best bets has never been as easy as it is now. With the ability to simply filter, sort and bet, you can now land the best bets and odds in 30 seconds or less. You can even create a Prop Party Parlay with a mix of your own favorite props of the day.
Also be sure to check out OddsShopper’s matchups page, breaking down all the data for each game on a given slate.
In New York? Don’t forget to check out Alex Baker’s article on how to MAXIMIZE your sportsbook bonus.
Gabriel Davis Under 27.5 Yards Receiving (-110, DraftKings)
Gabriel Davis has filled in soundly for a number of Bills corps vacancies though a healthy roster may taper back his volume potential. Davis has averaged 34.3 yards receiving per game and projects for 22.7 yards against New England, leading to OddsShopper‘s 67% expected win rate and 27% return on investment for the under. The Patriots have allowed 127.7 yards per game to opposing wide receiver corps and rank fifth in pass DVOA against the WR3 position per Football Outsiders. With the return of Emmanuel Sanders to a crowded Buffalo unit Davis’ snap count may presumably see reduction despite his promising performances during the absence of Sanders and Cole Beasley. In a freezing cold battle of the trenches likely to lean on both rushing games, snag the under on Davis’ yardage at standard juice.
Josh Allen Under 22.5 Completions (-114, FanDuel)
Allen has thrived since Buffalo’s Week 13 loss to the Pats yet blistering cold temperatures in a divisional dogfight lends to pending unders for both passing games in Buffalo. Allen is averaging 24.05 completions per game while projecting for 21.47, narrowly positioning OddsShopper‘s 62% expected win rate and 16% return on investment for the under. New England has remained mostly consistent against the pass allowing 18.76 completions per game to opposing quarterbacks while ranking third in overall pass DVOA. Allen has notched 24 completions per game since his first meeting with the Patriots and secured 30 completions against them the second time around. Considering both teams will be trying to minimize their turnover potential against two of the league’s top defenses in Buffalo and New England respectively, the under on Allen carries the slight edge at standard juice.
Devin Singletary Over 12.5 Yards Receiving (-120, DraftKings)
The backfields should be busy for both teams on Saturday night while a stringent matchup may allude to a multi-faceted workload for Devin Singletary in Buffalo. Singletary has averaged 13.4 yards receiving per game and projects for 16.9 yards against New England, positioning OddsShopper‘s 53% expected win rate and 1% return on investment for the over. The Patriots defense has allowed 48.58 yards per game to opposing running backs and ranks 29th in pass DVOA against the running back position. He can bury his rushing total as well at standard juice though the low-hanging opportunity paves an easier way to pay dirt, making the over on Singletary’s yards a top value on Saturday night.