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Devin Duvernay – NFL – Player Prop Predictions, Lines and Trends

Devin Duvernay

Ahead of Sunday’s game, check out Devin Duvernay’s player prop bet options. He’ll hit the field at 1:00 PM ET on CBS. Duvernay and the Baltimore Ravens (2-1) hit the field against the Buffalo Bills (2-1) at M&T Bank Stadium in Week 4.

Duvernay Receiving Insights

  • Duvernay is averaging 40.3 receiving yards, 5.8 more than the prop bet of 34.5 set for Sunday.
  • Duvernay has put up over 34.5 receiving yards twice in three games this year.
  • Duvernay’s season average of 40.3 receiving yards is 1.7 less than his average prop total (42.0).
  • In one of three games this season, Duvernay has hit the over on his receiving yards prop bet.
  • Duvernay has had a touchdown catch in two of three games this season, and scored more than once on one of those occasions.

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Buffalo Bills Rankings

  • The 156.3 passing yards the Bills give up per game makes them the second-ranked pass defense in the NFL this year.
  • So far this season, the Bills have given up two passing TDs to opponents, averaging 0.7 per game. That ranks first in the league.

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