- Josh Allen features -150 odds to throw for 2 or more touchdowns
- Allen’s 46.5 rushing yards prop is set at -115 odds to go over
- Allen will look to continue his four-game streak of 2+ touchdowns
BUFFALO, NY. – Dual-threat quarterback Josh Allen will lead the 5.5-point favorite Buffalo Bills in a Divisional Round clash against the Cincinnati Bengals. The two met in week 17 but the game was canceled after just one possession each.
Online gambling websites have set a large variety of props for star QB Josh Allen’s rushing and passing totals. A few highlights include over 1.5 total touchdown passes (-150) and over 46.5 rush yards (-115).
Bills Have Been on a Scoring Spree
Riding a phenomenal eight-game winning streak, the Bills offense has turned up a notch in the four most recent weeks, scoring at least four touchdowns as a team in each. Josh Allen has been a major contributor in these games, throwing for at least two touchdowns in each and three games with three or more touchdowns.
With odds favoring Allen over 1.5 passing touchdowns at -150, bettors will certainly look at his great track record to end the season as well as his playoff excellence to inspire confidence.
Speaking of which, Allen has performed admirably in the playoffs, throwing for at least two touchdowns in five of his six games since 2021. Pair this with his outstanding 12 total games with two or more pass touchdowns in 17 total games this year and those looking to wager on the Buffalo superstar are surely teeming with excitement.
Josh Allen’s Rushing Prowess is Growing
While most NFL know Allen for his immense arm strength and leadership, his rushing opportunity has steadily grown in recent years. NFL bookies have thus set his rushing yards prop at 46.5 with -115 odds to go over.
The most significant development in 2022 for this prop is Allen’s opportunity: he has set a career high for rush attempts per game at 7.75. Adding in his great 6.1 yards per carry and his highest rush yards per game since his rookie year with 47.6 makes this prop very intriguing for bettors. Factoring in that Allen has rushed for at least 54 yards in five of his seven career playoff games bodes extremely well at -115 odds for him to rush for 47 yards or more.
While only going over his 46.5 yardage prop in two of his last five games, Allen has seen opportunity with nine or more carries in three of them. With that kind of opportunity, Allen only needs to stay in line with his season YPC average to cash the over. If the Bills want to beat the Bengals, they will need Allen to lead the offense in the air and on the ground, putting his athleticism to good use.
Josh Allen Total Passing Touchdowns Over 1.5 (-150)