Tyreek Hill Props at New England Project a Big Performance

  • Tyreek Hill is projected for 84.5 receiving yards against the New England Patriots on Sunday.
  • Hill has -160 odds to go over 5.5 receptions in Week 2.
  • There are +110 odds for Tyreek Hill to score a touchdown at any time.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.Tyreek Hill and the Miami Dolphins are 3.0-point favorites against the New England Patriots in Week 2. Hill had an incredible Week 1 performance of 11 receptions for 215 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

As a result, USA online gambling odds expect another big game out of Tyreek Hill in Week 2. Hill is projected for 84.5 receiving yards when the Dolphins face the Patriots in Foxborough.

Tyreek Hill Receiving Yards

  • Over 84.5 Receiving Yards -115
  • Under 84.5 Receiving Yards -115

Tyreek Hill only trailed Justin Jefferson in receiving yards last season despite being without quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in multiple games. Hill’s ridiculous 215 receiving yards in Week 1 show his connection with Tagovailoa should continue in Week 2.

Hill went over 84.5 receiving yards in eight of 13 games last season with Tagovailoa as the Dolphins quarterback. Although there’s better value on Hill’s receiving yards prop, the -160 odds at Florida online gambling sites for Hill to go over 5.5 receptions are a lock.

Tyreek Hill Receptions + TD Props

Hill went over 5.5 receptions in 11 of 17 games last season, including nine of 13 games with Tua at quarterback.

Tyreek Hill Receptions Prop

  • Over 5.5 Receptions -160
  • Under 5.5 Receptions +120

With Hill averaging 10 targets per game in 2022, the -160 odds to record over 5.5 receptions are valuable. Hill had nine games with double-digit targets and seven games with 13 or more targets in 2022.

The high volume for Tyreek Hill also sets up a valuable scoring opportunity.

Anytime Touchdown Scorer Odds

  • Tyreek Hill +110

Hill has the shortest odds at NFL gambling sites to score a touchdown in the Dolphins and Patriots game. Hill scored twice in Week 1 and had seven touchdowns in 2022.