The Eagles and Bills meet in a pivotal matchup for playoff positioning in both the AFC and NFC.
While you can find our betting preview here with Iain MacMillian's Road to 272, I'm going to key in on a handful of props I'm eyeing from the Eagles offense, including A.J. Brown, D'Andre Swift and of course, MVP favorite Jalen Hurts.
Here's my three favorite player props for Eagles vs. Bills:
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Best prop bets for Bills vs. Eagles in Week 12
- AJ Brown OVER 82 receiving yards
- D'Andre Swift OVER 77.5 rushing + receiving yards
- Jalen Hurts anytime touchdown scorer
AJ Brown OVER 82 receiving yards
Brown is off his quietest game of the season against the Chiefs, catching only one pass for eight yards, but I expect a big bounce back from the Eagles star wide receiver.
The Bills are below the national average in terms of passing success rate allowed, and the team's strength comes on the defensive line, so I expect the Eagles to lean on its passing game in this one at home.
Prior to the last two games, Brown went over 100 yards in six straight, and I think that's more indicative of what we will see on Sunday.
D'Andre Swift OVER 77.5 rushing + receiving yards
Swift has been the lead back in the Eagles backfield all season and his numbers have been formidable, including last week against the Chiefs, rushing for 76 yards and catching three passes for 31 yards.
This usage is the norm for Swift, who has had double digit carries in all but one of his games this season (Week 1 against the Eagles), while also getting at least two targets in each.
Swift has cleared this mark in only five of 10 games, but has pushed into the 70's in two of those. I think we see Swift fill up the stat sheet yet again, but like getting the combined yardage prop in order to ensure I'm prepared for all big plays.
Jalen Hurts anytime touchdown scorer
Hurts has the lowest odds of any Eagles player to score, and for good reason. When the Eagles get in close, the team leans on 'The Brotherly Shove' to push Hurts into the end zone. He
He has scored in seven of 10 games this season and has rushed eight times in all but one game. There will be plenty of usage for Hurts to justify this price tag.
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