The Buffalo Bills are looking to maintain their offense against the Tennessee Titans.
The pre-game story: Josh Allen’s legs continue to be a big part of Buffalo’s offense, while a pair of receivers are set to have big nights.
Check out our Titans vs Bills Week 2 prop picks for September 19th.
Titans vs Bills Week 2 Prop Picks
Best bet: Allen on 41.5 rushing yards (-113)
If you read our bill betting trends blog, you know why there is value on this line.
Allen continues to be a major part of the attack precipitated by the Buffalo committee. He is just as important to the ground game as running backs Devin Singletary, Zack Moss and James Cook.
The quarterback led the team with 10 carries in Week 1, turning them into 56 yards and a score. The effort proved his rushed involvement will look like late last year.
The Bills QB has now exceeded 50 rushing yards in six straight games dating back to Week 15 in 2021. That’s a product of the team’s confidence to get the ball in the hands of Allen, but also the absence of a true No. 1 RB.
Also, the Titans had no answer for the Week 1 rush. Tennessee allowed a league-high 238 rushing yards to the New York Giants last Sunday. New York averaged 7.4 yards per rush, and quarterback Daniel Jones rushed for 25 yards on six attempts.
Bet on Allen to get past that line against what looks like a leaky Titans defensive front.
Key stat: Allen has exceeded that total in eight of his last 10 games since last season.
Burks on 27.5 receiving yards (-112): Burks didn’t set the league on fire in his NFL debut, but he wasn’t bad.
The rookie ranked second on the Titans with five targets and turned them into three receptions and 55 receiving yards. His longest run last week was 27 yards, showing he could potentially get over that line on a catch.
In a game where Tennessee will likely play from behind, bet on Burks to be even more involved in Week 2.
Diggs to score a touchdown (-106): Diggs may have an even bigger workload on Monday than expected.
Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis injured his ankle during practice Saturday. It is now doubtful to play on Monday. His absence could force Buffalo to rely more on his No. 1 wide.
Diggs scored a touchdown last week against the Rams and in last year’s Monday Night Football game against Tennessee.
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