Bettors at Ontario sportsbook apps can sense it: The Buffalo Bills (3-2) host the New York Giants on Sunday night (8:20 Eastern) and have an opportunity to make amends for last week’s 25-20 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Buffalo, playing at home, is a heavy favourite. At NorthStar Bets, the moneyline is Bills 1.09 in decimal odds with the Giants installed as 7.50 longshots. The Bills have the same moneyline at BetRivers.
Those wagering on this game are also smelling blood in the water on the player prop front, with several Bills looking like they are in line for big games.
Diggs A Popular Target For Allen And Bettors
At BetMGM Ontario Sportsbook, the most bet player props are led by Bills’ wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who is a popular pick to go over his line of 84.5 Receiving Yards (1.87). Quarterback Josh Allen is also drawing action as of Friday afternoon on going over 265.5 passing yards (1.87) and over 1.5 passing touchdowns (1.44).
Diggs is Allen’s No. 1 target and is having a Pro Bowl type of season, with 39 catches for 520 yards and five touchdowns. Diggs has had 100-plus receiving yards in four of the five Bills games. In three of the games Allen has targeted him over 11 times.
Making this matchup look even more lopsided – the spread is Buffalo by 14.5 at BetMGM, and at 15 with NorthStar Bets Ontario Sportsbook as well as Caesars – is that the Giants (1-4) are terrible. Running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) is listed as questionable for the game and quarterback Daniel Jones (neck) was ruled out on Friday. The offense is already last in the league at 255.2 yards per game.
Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds
So Bills stars such as Diggs, Allen and wide receiver Gabe Davis are seeing a lot of betting action. Diggs should dine on Giants’ cornerbacks. The Bills are a strong tip for Super Bowl betting, with odds of +900 at Caesars Ontario Sportsbook and NorthStar Bets; +850 at BetMGM.
Also on the most bet player prop front, at BetRivers Ontario Sportsbook, for other games around the NFL this weekend for money wagered: Adam Thielen over 59.5 receiving yards (1.76), Calvin Ridley over 59.5 receiving yards (1.85), Justin Fields over 16.5 completions (1.88). As far as popular tickets, we have Tyreek Hill over 87.5 receiving yards (1.87), D.J. Moore over 60.5 receiving yards (1.85), and Trevor Lawrence over 19.5 completions (1.48).
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