Bills-Broncos Prop Bets Drawing Most Ontario Sportsbooks Action

Bills-Broncos Prop Bets Drawing Most Ontario Sportsbooks Action
By Mark Keast
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

Who among Ontario sports betting participants would have bet on this going into Week 10 of the NFL season – the Buffalo Bills (5-4) facing a must-win scenario against the Denver Broncos (3-5). Game time is 8:15 p.m. Eastern in Orchard Park, New York. But that is where the Bills are in what has been an up-down-season as Buffalo has won just two of its past five games.

The latest injury news hasn’t been getting any better. Safety Micah Hyde has been ruled out of tonight’s game with a neck issue. Cornerback Christian Benford is out (hamstring). Linebacker Terrel Bernard (concussion) is questionable. That’s of course on top of season-ending injuries to key defensive cogs such as LB Matt Milano, DT DaQuan Jones and CB Tre’Davious White. TE Dawson Knox (wrist) is out as well.

The PointsBet Ontario Sportsbook has the moneyline at Bills 1.29, Broncos 3.60 in decimal odds. The O/U is 47.5 – Over is 1.91, Under 1.91. The spread as of Monday morning: Broncos +7, 1.95, Bills -7, 1.87.

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Can Bills QB Allen Overcome Interception Issue?

Bills quarterback Josh Allen has an interception problem – he has thrown nine this season, second in the league. The Broncos picked off Patrick Mahomes two times in the Broncos’ 24-9 win over the Chiefs in Week 8. 

And the Bills aren’t scaring anyone with their run defence with 1,030 rushing yards allowed, an average of 114.4 per game. Those watching Sunday’s putrid performance by the Mac Jones-led New England Patriots can’t believe this is the team that beat the Bills in Week 7.

According to BetMGM Ontario Sportsbook on Monday morning, the most bet player props for the Bills are TE Dalton Kincaid to score anytime touchdown (3.10), WR Stefon Diggs to score the first touchdown (7.00), Kincaid over 52.5 receiving yards (1.83) and RB James Cook under 2.5 receptions (1.95). As for the Broncos prop bets, RB Samaje Perine over 12.5 receiving yards (1.91) is a popular pick, with 99% of bets on the over.

The same operator has Buffalo at +1400 in American odds (or 15.0 in decimal odds) to win the Super Bowl in February.

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More Popular Props For Monday Night Game

At BetRivers Ontario Sportsbook, the most wagered-on player props by percentage of handle are Allen under 274.5 passing yards (1.85), Broncos QB Russell Wilson under 213.5 passing yards (1.87) and Wilson under 31.5 pass attempts (1.88). In terms of popular player props by percentage of total game tickets: Diggs anytime TD (1.83), Allen anytime TD (2.08) and Allen over 1.5 TD passes thrown (1.88).

Moneyline at BetMGM is Bills 1.29, Broncos 3.60. The Bills -7 spread there was getting 63% of bets and 67% of handle hours before the game, so there’s lots of confidence that the Bills are going to turn it around. The 47.5 under was getting 80% of bets and 63% of handle at BetMGM.

That Broncos moneyline was getting 57% of bets, 51% of handle as of Monday morning.

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Mark Keast has recently covered the sports betting industry in Canada for The Parleh, and is a long-time sportswriter and editor, most notably with the Toronto Sun.

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