The Steelers and Bills face off in what should be a defensive struggle between two of the top defenses in the NFL. Buffalo has not played on Sunday Night Football since 2007, and they can clinch a playoff berth with a win in Pittsburgh. Mike Tomlin has done a tremendous coaching job this season, and if the season ended today the Steelers would be the final Wild Card in the AFC. Both teams have a lot to play for Sunday Night. Here are my top prop bets for Sunday Night Football.
Sunday Night Football Game Info
Time: Sunday, December 15th, 2019 @ 8:20 PM ET
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Weather: 30 F Partly Cloudy
Spread: Pittsburgh – 1
Sunday Night Football Prop Bets
1. Josh Allen Under 202.5 Passing Yards (-113)
Allen is coming off a rough game against the Ravens only completing 17 of 39 passes for 146 yards. He now faces one of the top defenses in the NFL in a hostile environment. The Steelers allow 209 passing yards and only 310 total yards a game.
Pittsburgh also leads the league in sacks with 48. Allen struggled against the blitz last week and I expect the Steelers to pressure Allen all night.
2. Devin Singletary At Least 13 Carries (-120)
The rookie out of FAU has had an impressive season and has become a threat in both the running and the passing game. Over the past six games, he has had at least 14 carries in five of them including a solid game last week against Baltimore with over 100 yards from scrimmage.
Buffalo will need to stay balanced on offense to keep some of the pressure off Josh Allen. Singletary may not have a great statistical game, but he will be a huge part of the Bills game plan.
3. James Washington At Least 50 Yards Receiving (-117)
With JuJu Smith-Schuster out again this week, Washington will be the number one target for quarterback Devlin Hodges. In a short period of time, Washington and Hodges have been able to build a solid connection in the passing game. Since Hodges took over at quarterback, Washington has had two games of over 90 yards receiving and he has become the playmaker Pittsburgh desperately needs on offense.
4. James Conner First Touchdown Scored (+800)
Conner will play against Buffalo and probably split carries with Jaylen Samuels and Benny Snell. Conner has not played since the middle of November with an AC joint injury to his right shoulder.
It’s tough to say exactly what his role will be or how many touches he will get against the Bills. But, I do feel if the Steelers get into the red zone early in the game Conner will be the featured back. I’m taking a flyer that Conner scores the first touchdown Sunday Night.