The final game of the NFL's Week 13 schedule is a Monday Night Football clash between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills.
Here's three of the best prop bets for this MNF showdown, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.
Patriots vs Bills MNF Prop Bets Tonight
1. Mac Jones - Passing Yards: Under 201.5 (-110)
Mac Jones has been impressive in his first NFL season, completing 70.3% of his attempts for 237.5 passing yards per game. Unfortunately for him, there's a good chance that he'll finish with the under on this prop. The forecast projects for a mix of snow and rain in Buffalo, with winds gusts at nearly 50mph. While that's tough to deal with alone, the Bills have held opposing QBs to a league-best 150.0 passing yards per game at home. Considering that the Patriots have a handful of capable running backs who can rush the ball in the poor weather, expect a quiet night from Jones.
2. Josh Allen - Rushing Yards: Over 35.0 (-110)
It's no secret that Josh Allen is one of the best mobile quarterbacks in the league. He's averaging 34.8 rushing yards on 6.3 attempts per game this season. In fact, he's even hit the over for this prop in three of his last five games and he has a good chance at making it a sixth with the weather being what it is. Allen finished with 35 rushing yards the last time he faced the Patriots in 2020, so history could repeat itself with him likely passing less tonight.
3. Dawson Knox - Receiving Yards: Over 30.5 (-110)
With the weather affecting the long game, the Bills could lean on Dawson Knox quite a bit. The third-year tight end was targeted 10 times just two weeks ago, which proves that Allen isn't afraid to throw it to him when necessary. The Patriots are holding opposing TEs to 29.5 receiving yards per game (31st), however, that's still pretty close to the over for this prop. Knox is averaging 47.3 yards in three career meetings against New England, so he's got a good shot to cash this prop against his division rival tonight.
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Devon Platana is not a FanDuel employee. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.