AFC playoff spots hang in the balance on Sunday Night Football, and we're breaking down the best Bills Steelers props for the game.
Josh Allen's mobility has been a big part of the Bills 9-4 record as they look to qualify for the postseason for just the second time since the turn of the century. But Allen's mobility may be limited this week, and that's where we start in wasting no time getting to our first prop.
We'll also layout one of our favorite leans for those looking for a little more action in primetime. Article leans are 15-9 (63%) on the year.
Josh Allen Under 30.5 Rush Yards
One of Allen's greatest assets is his legs. On the year, he has the:
- Third-most rushing yards for a QB at 439 (33.8 yards per game)
- Second-most attempts for a QB 95 (7.3 carries per game)
However, last week versus Baltimore, he tweaked his ankle in the second quarter which led to his lowest rushing output on the season in both carries and yards. He ended up finishing the game with just two carries for nine yards versus a shutdown Ravens D.
His matchup this week versus Pittsburgh is almost as difficult.
The Steelers allow the ninth-fewest rushing yards per game overall and the sixth-fewest rushing YPG to QBs (11). They also get after the QB - they lead the NFL in sacks (48) and QB hits (96).
They've tempered expectations for other rushing QBs, allowing 6 attempts for 22 yards to Russell Wilson in Week 2, 14-70 to Lamar Jackson in Week 5, and 2-3 to Kyler Murray last week.
With the combination of a possible gimpy ankle and the Steelers being able to contain Kyler Murray last week, the under is the play to attack here.
Bills Steelers Props Lean
Leans are unofficial plays for people who want a little more action on primetime games. I bet these personally but don’t have sufficient confidence to make them official public plays.
Treat this Bills Steelers prop lean as entertainment and play it at your own risk.
Bills RB Devin Singletary
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