- Josh Allen’s passing yard total is set at 265.5 yards.
- Josh Allen has -210 odds to throw for over 1.5 touchdowns.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Fresh off of a win on the Los Angeles Rams in Week 1 that saw them cover a 3-point spread with ease, the Buffalo Bills have what seems to be a cakewalk matchup in Week 2 against the Tennessee Titans.
NFL betting sites are all in on the Bills in this one having them listed as a 10-point favorite. With the Bills being loaded on offense, there will also be player props to choose from on multiple players including Josh Allen.
Josh Allen – Passing Yard Total
- Over 265.5 -115
- Under 265.5 -115
While Allen could very well have a monstrous game, Buffalo will more than likely be playing from out in front for most of this game given the way oddsmakers are leaning and the difference in talent on both sides of the ball between them and Tennessee. If Buffalo does get off to a hot start in the first half, they could turn to a run-heavy approach in the second half which could hurt the case for the over in passing yards.
Backing the run-heavy approach even further is that Saquon Barkley lit up this defense last week with 164 yards on the ground.
It is also worth noting that in the four games that Allen has played against the Titans in the past, he has failed to go over 265.5 yards in all but one game.
Josh Allen – Total Touchdowns
- Over 1.5 -210
- Under 1.5 +155
Get it while it’s hot, Allen’s Buffalo Bill player odds for touchdowns are offering tremendous value considering he is not only coming off of a 3 TD game in Week 1, but dating back to last season, he has gone over 1.5 passing touchdowns in seven of his last eight games.
Looking at last week’s Tennessee defense, they allowed Daniel Jones to go for two touchdowns which included a 65-yard bomb. Allen showed his deep ball ability last week against the Rams in a similar fashion with a 53-yard touchdown against what is a significantly better secondary.
There is also a strong backing from the anytime touchdown odds in this game as Stefon Diggs (+100), Dawson Knox (+130), and Gabe Davis (+160) own three of the six shortest odds to score a touchdown in this game. Not to mention, they are the only receivers with odds under +250 to score.
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