This week, we are going to dive into some Buffalo Bills futures with a main focus on rushing and receiving stats. The Bills are going to have a very pass-heavy offense (again), so expect a lot of overs to hit for receptions, passing yards, and receiving touchdowns. Something else to keep in the back of your mind… Stefon Diggs is +1100 to lead the NFL in receptions.
Josh Allen Over 6.5 Rushing TDs (-115)
Bills QB Josh Allen has hit the rushing TD over every year he has been in the NFL except last year, when he had six. I expect Allen to keep using his legs in the red zone and will end up at either seven or eight rushing touchdowns this year.
Devin Singletary Over 750.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
When Devin Singletary gets the touches, he makes the most of them, averaging over 4.5 yards per carry in his career. In two of his three seasons in the NFL, he went over 750 yards, including last year where he had 870. Singletary may see a little decline in touches this season, but, when he gets the ball, he will be effective and will end the season with at least 751 yards.
Stefon Diggs Over 1200.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
Since Diggs has done nothing but show out in Buffalo. He went over 1200 receiving yards each of his two years in Buffalo. Given that the Bills offense leans more towards a passing attack, watch out for Diggs this year. I expect Stefon Diggs to end up with between 1300-1400 yards this season, well over the projected 1200.5.
Gabe Davis Over 7.5 TDs (-120)
Gabe Davis is set to see a larger roll in the Buffalo Bills offense this year after erupting in the playoffs. Davis is going to be the WR2 across from Stefon Diggs, one of the best receivers in the NFL. He is a big bodied receiver and a great red zone threat. I expect Davis to have multiple two touchdown games this season. 7.5 is a super low total for him and I believe he is going to go over by a lot.
Stefon Diggs Over 99.5 Receptions (-110)
This is my favorite bet without a doubt. Diggs has hit over 100 receptions in both seasons with the Bills and that isn’t going to stop. He is Allen’s favorite target and, in this high-power passing offense, Diggs is going to see a lot of targets and catches. 100 catches should be no problem for Diggs.
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