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Bills vs. Bengals: ‘SNF’ Week 9 Prop Bets, presented by DraftKings

JSpenceTheKing brings you his favorite Buffalo Bills prop bets ahead of tonight’s Sunday Night Football showdown


In anticipation of tonight’s Sunday Night Football game between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals, this article takes a look at three of my favorite prop bets for tonight. As prop bets continue to surge in popularity, they offer an exciting and often profitable alternative to traditional sports wagering. From player-specific outcomes to thrilling game events, we’ll explore the prop bets that have piqued my interest and might just enhance your viewing experience. So, whether you’re a seasoned bettor or simply looking to add a little extra excitement to tonight’s game, let’s dive into these intriguing prop bets and discover what the night has in store for us.

For tonight’s Bills-Bengals Week 9 game, here are a few prop bets I’ve placed with our friends over at DraftKings Sportsbook:

Gabe Davis - 50+ Receiving yards (+105)

Both teams have prolific offenses. The Bengals can put up points in a hurry and the Bills will need all hands on deck to keep up and hopefully get ahead. He had a big game last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and could benefit from stacking a few good games in a row. This is the perfect opportunity for him to show up big against the Bills’ biggest opponent of the season.

James Cook Anytime TD Scorer (+125)

Tonight’s game will likely come down to who protects the ball and who controls the clock. Running back James Cook is the key to both for the Buffalo Bills. When Cook is running well it sets up the play action for quarterback Josh Allen and the passing game. When the play action hums, then Cook has light boxes to run against. Expect the elusive back to find pay dirt.

Micah Hyde over 2.5 Tackles (-175)

It seems like head coach Sean McDermott is finding new ways to use his safeties every week. Since linebacker Matt Milano and defensive tackle DaQuan Jones were lost to long-term injury, safeties Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer have been used more in run support and in getting pressure on the QB. I’d expect more of the same tonight. The last time we saw the Bengals, Hyde was inactive with a neck injury. He will be hungry to be involved. Look for Hyde to make some big plays.

Prop bets, short for “proposition bets,” are specific wagers made on various events or occurrences within a football game that do not necessarily relate to the final outcome or score. These bets are commonly offered during major football events like the Super Bowl. Prop bets can span a wide range of categories, from player performance and statistics to specific in-game incidents or even elements unrelated to the actual gameplay itself.

Here’s a few examples of how prop bets generally work in football games.

Player Performance: Many prop bets revolve around specific players’ performances during the game. Examples include betting on the total number of passing yards a quarterback will have, whether a running back will score a touchdown, or how many tackles a defensive player might make.

Team Performance: These prop bets focus on team-based statistics, such as the total number of points scored by both teams combined, the margin of victory, or how many touchdowns a team will score in a game.

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