3 Best Prop Bets for Dolphins vs Bills AFC Wild Card Game (Josh Allen Runs Wild Over Miami's Frontline)

3 Best Prop Bets for Dolphins vs Bills AFC Wild Card Game (Josh Allen Runs Wild Over Miami's Frontline)


The NFL's Super Wild Card Weekend is nearly here, bringing us an exciting AFC matchup between the No. 7 Miami Dolphins and No. 2 Buffalo Bills. The Bills are currently 13.5-point home favorites over the Dolphins but only have -105 odds to cover the spread, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. 

Dolphins vs Bills Prop Bets

Here are three of the best prop bets for the Dolphins vs Bills matchup, courtesy of NFL odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.

Dolphins vs Bills AFC Wild Card Prop Bets

1. Josh Allen — Rushing Yards: Over 50.5 (-114)

Josh Allen is one of the NFL's most productive quarterbacks on the ground, averaging 47.6 rushing yards per game — his best rate since he was a rookie. He's also finished with more than 50.5 rushing yards in five of his 10 career games against the Dolphins, including most recently in Week 15. Allen's already gouged Miami for 124 rushing yards in two games against them this season, so I expect big things from him against a defense that's allowed the second-most rushing yards to opposing quarterbacks this year.

2. Devin Singletary — Any Time Touchdown (+140)

Devin Singletary opened the season mired in a touchdown drought but turned things around in the second half with 5 TDs over his last eight games. I like his chances of finding paydirt again this weekend, too. The Dolphins allowed 15 rushing touchdowns in 17 games this season and gave up a receiving score to Singletary back in Week 3. With Miami also likely being forced to start third-string QB Skylar Thompson, Buffalo will probably dominate time of possession and go run-heavy after building up an early lead, further improving Singletary's odds of a postseason touchdown.

3. Stefon Diggs — Receiving Yards: Under 79.5 (-114)

Stefon Diggs is one of the NFL's best receivers but ended the season on a relatively quiet note, finishing with 60 receiving yards or less in three of his final four games. He also hasn't had a ton of success against the Dolphins, going under this yardage total in six of his seven games against them. Buffalo shouldn't need to throw much in a game it will likely win easily, preventing Diggs from putting up a big yardage total.

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