This Sunday’s slate of Wild Card games should provide some must-see television. With three games scheduled and the season on the line, we have identified our favorite Prizepicks player props for the first weekend of the playoffs.
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Devin Singletary OVER 61.5 Rush & Rec Yards
Devin Singletary has been one of the many bright spots on the Buffalo Bills offense. We are anticipating the Bills to go ahead of the Dolphins early in this game, and Singletary should be extra involved in the run game at that point.
This, paired with the fact that Singletary has hit over this number in two of their last three games, is the perfect storm for him to have a monster performance.
Joe Mixon OVER 0.5 Rushing & Receiving TDs
Joe Mixon has been one of the Bengals’ most electrifying players all season. In a rematch from last week, the Bengals are playing the Ravens in their Wild Card game.
Mixon was fined last week due to a coin flip celebration, and we are anticipating him to run angry, fighting for extra yards and making his way into the endzone.
Trent Sherfield OVER 15.5 Receiving Yards
Trent Sherfield may not be a household name at this point, but he has been a key contributor for the Dolphins all season. In their matchup with the Bills this week, the Dolphins’ two main targets, Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill will likely be the recipients of the two best cornerbacks.
This will likely leave Sherfield wide open, resulting in him easily hitting the over on receiving yards. Plus, he has eclipsed this in his last two games and has developed a great relationship with quarterback Skylar Thompson.
K.J. Osborn OVER 38.5 Receiving Yards
KJ Osborn has become one of the best contributors for the Minnesota Vikings and will be in line to be their number-two receiver after Adam Thielen leaves. Osborn has been a boom-or-bust type of receiver this season and has three games over 70 yards this season.
We like Osborn’s odds of having a big game this week. Like Sherfield, Osborn will likely get a bulk of the receiving targets if Justin Jefferson is heavily contested.
Skylar Thompson UNDER 183.5 Passing Yards
Skylar Thompson’s passing yard prop is the smallest of the weekend by far. However, he has never thrown for more than 170 yards in a game, albeit with a small sample size.
Thompson and the rest of the Dolphins’ offense might have a tough time gaining any traction against a ferocious Bills secondary.