4 Best Prop Bets for Bills vs Steelers Week 15 Sunday Night Football Game
The 9-4 Buffalo Bills travel south to Pittsburgh for a meeting with the 8-5 Steelers in the Week 15 edition of "Sunday Night Football". Both teams currently possess an AFC Wild Card berth and a win by the Bills would seal the team's second playoff berth in the last three seasons.
As of Sunday afternoon, the Steelers are 1.5-point favorites, per FanDuel Sportsbook.
If you're not a fan of the spread, though, you could always look to one of our prop bets to get you through. Here are four favorite plays ahead of kickoff.
1. Devlin Hodges Passing Yards: Under 188.5 (-112)
Over his last two starts, Steelers quarterback Devlin Hodges has thrown for an average of 182 yards per game. The Bills have allowed an average of 170 passing yards over their last three games and surrendered just 145 to Lamar Jackson in Week 14. Hodges will also be without top wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster, making it an uphill battle to generate any sort of production.
2. Any Time Touchdown Scorer: Cole Beasley (+320)
Cole Beasley has slowly become quarterback Josh Allen's favorite target. He's averaged 7.6 targets per game over his last three, compared to John Brown's 5.3. Beasley has also scored a touchdown in each of those three. The Steelers have allowed an average of 1.3 passing touchdowns over their last three games and 1.4 in home games on the season.
3. Home Team Total Points: Under 19.5 (-110)
Since Week 12, the Bills are allowing just 14 points per game — the second-lowest mark in the NFL during that time. The Steelers' scoring is up from 19.9 points per game on the year to 22.3 with Hodges starting, but that has included two matchups with teams allowing top-10 scoring to opponents. Scoring will be harder to come by against the Bills, who rank sixth in Football Outisders' defensive DVOA metric.
4. First Quarter Total: Under 7 (-118)
Over the last three games, no team has gotten off to a slower start than the Buffalo Bills. They have scored just three first-quarter points in those three games, and their season-long average of 3.1 per game isn't much better. The Steelers haven't been much more impressive, scoring an average 3.3 first quarter points since Week 12 and 3.6 on the season. Neither team allows opposing offenses much breathing room, either, slotting as the top two scoring defenses over the last three weeks.
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