The Titans haven’t played a game since September 27th due to Covid concerns within the Titans facility. This has unfortunately caused the NFL to adjust the schedule for at least 8 teams. Hopefully, we can start the process of moving forward as the Bills travel to Nashville to take on the Titans in a matchup between two of the top teams in the league. Both teams are undefeated and look to be strong contenders in the AFC. It will be interesting to see how Tennessee plays with the lack of practice time over the past two weeks. Below are a few of my top player props bets for Tuesday Night Football.
Tuesday Night Football Player Props
Josh Allen – QB, Buffalo Over 295.5 Passing Yards (-108)
Josh Allen has been one of the top quarterbacks in football to start the season. He is averaging 331 passing yards per game and has thrown for over 300 yards in three out of four games. His completion percentage is over 70% which is 12 percentage points higher than last season. This is a high passing prop, but the way Allen is playing I like the chances that this prop hits.
Stefon Diggs – WR, Buffalo Over 72.5 Receiving Yards (-114)
Diggs is on pace to set the single season receiving yards record for the Bills in just his first season in Buffalo. Diggs and Allen have created great chemistry and he leads the team in targets and has averaged over 15 yards per reception. Tennessee has struggled on defense this season allowing 422 yards a game. When you also consider their limited practice time recently, this clearly favors Diggs and the explosive Bills passing game.
Jonnu Smith – TE, Tennessee Over 4.5 Receptions (-108)
Tennessee will probably be without receivers Corey Davis and Adam Humphries who were placed on the Reserve/Covid-19 list. Starting receiver A.J. Brown is questionable, but all signs point to him being active. Smith is second on the team in receptions and leads the team in touchdown catches. Smith is a talented player that the Titans move around to create mismatches in the passing game. Smith is always a key piece to the passing game, but he will even be more important with multiple receivers inactive.
Kalif Raymond – WR, Tennessee At Least 46 Receiving Yards (-115)
I think Raymond has some value this week and could line up as the number two receiver behind A.J. Brown. He could end up being an important option for Ryan Tannehill Tuesday night. Raymond had a breakout game in Week 3 with 118 yards receiving on only three receptions. Buffalo could be out their top corner Tre’Davious White who is questionable and did not practice on Saturday. If White can’t go, it would be a huge boost to the Titans passing attack.