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Tyreek Hill

In advance of Tyreek Hill’s game on Sunday, which starts at 1:00 PM ET on CBS, take a look at some insights and stats to help place the best bets. Hill and the Miami Dolphins (1-0) have a Week 2 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens (1-0) at M&T Bank Stadium.

Hill Receiving Insights

  • Hill’s 72.9 receiving yards per game average from last season is 2.4 more than his prop bet over/under for Sunday’s outing (70.5).
  • Hill recorded over 70.5 receiving yards in 10 out of 20 games last year (50.0%).
  • Hill’s average of 72.9 receiving yards per game last year was 13.7 fewer than his average over/under prop bet (86.6).
  • Hill went over on his prop bets for receiving yards in five of 17 games last season (29.4%).
  • In six of 17 games last season, Hill had a receiving touchdown (and he had two games with multiple touchdown catches).

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Baltimore Ravens Rankings (2021)

  • The 278.9 passing yards the Ravens allowed per game last season made them the NFL’s worst pass defense.
  • The Ravens allowed 31 passing TDs last season (1.8 per game), ranking them 26th among NFL defenses.

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