Kicking off the NFL playoffs, we will see the Indianapolis Colts travel to Western New York to take on the Buffalo Bills. This game features a strong quarterback match-up but two players in completely different positions in their careers. For the Colts, Phillip Rivers [O/U 1.5 Passing Touchdowns] is about to end his career, whereas Josh Allen [O/U 290.5 Passing Yards] of the Bills seems to be just getting started. Rivers has hit the over on his prop betting line in five of the last seven games. Allen has hit the over in three of his last five contests. So this matchup has the potential to be an incredibly high scoring affair.
The home-team Bills have a high powered offense led by Stefon Diggs [O/U 7.5 Receptions], who has the over on his prop betting line in four of the last five games. Joining Diggs in this receiving core is Cole Beasley [O/U 4.5 Receptions.] Beasley has been performing very well as of late, hitting the over on his prop betting line in three of the last four games. Closing out this Bills offense is RB Zack Moss [O/U 55.5 Rushing Yards], who has hit the over on his prop betting line in two of the last three games.
For the Colts, RB Jonathan Taylor [O/U 0.5 Rushing Touchdowns] looks like he cannot stop scoring. Taylor has hit the over on his prop betting line in each of the last four games, combining seven TDs in that span. The Colts receiving core is also very strong, led by T.Y. Hilton [O/U 60.5 Receiving Yards.] Hilton has hit the over on his prop betting line in four of the last six games, and it does not seem as if he’s slowing down anytime soon. Joining Hilton in this receiving core is Zach Pascal [O/U 40.5 Receiving Yards.] Pascal has also been putting some numbers, hitting the over on his player prop betting line in each of the last three games. Heading