- Tyreek Hill has -115 odds to go over 61.5 yards against the Buffalo Bills.
- Hill averages more than 100 yards a game.
- However, he will have to play without starting QB Tua Tagovailoa
MIAMI - Tyreek Hill is one of the most dynamic players in the NFL, but in order to hit his O/U numbers for his playoff game against the Buffalo Bills, he’ll need to get in sync with backup QB Skylar Thompson.
Total Receiving Yards - Tyreek Hill Odds
- Over 61.5 -115
- Under 61.5 -115
Hill’s O/U of 61.5 receiving yards is not that out of reach for him. For the season, he averaged just over receiving 100 yards per game.
However, much of that production came with Tua Tagovailoa under center for his Miami Dolphins. In four games without Tua, he only broke 61.5 yards in the air once time.
This makes it difficult to evaluate whether or not he can perform at his normal level – the trends suggest that perhaps he cannot, but he does have an explosion against the Minnesota Vikings to the tune of 177 yards that suggests he can.
Anytime Touchdown Scorer Odds
- Tyreek Hill +185
Hill has +185 odds to score a touchdown, but even with Tagovailoa under center, his touchdown scoring has been spotty this season.
He’s scored eight touchdowns overall, with one coming on the ground and seven coming in the air.
However, he’s done so in seven games. This means that Hill has more games without a touchdown than he does with a touchdown.
Anytime Touchdown Scorer/Game Winner Parlay Odds
- Tyreek Hill/Miami Dolphins +550
NFL playoff betting fans can wager on Tyreek and the Dolphins at the same time. However, this is almost certainly a bad idea.
Right now, the Dolphins are +600 underdogs to the Buffalo Bills, and Tyreek Hill has +185 odds to score a touchdown at any time.
This means that the +550 odds the online sportsbooks are giving on the combination of these two things happening is an absolute robbery.
A parlay of +600 and +185 should never result in a lower amount than one of the legs of the parlay.
The Miami Dolphins take on the Buffalo Bills in the first round of the NFL Playoffs. The game kicks off at 1:05 p.m. EST on Sunday.
Will Tyreek Hit His Yards O/U? Y/N
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