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This Sunday the 6-1 Seattle Seahawks will be traveling cross-country to Western New York to take on the 6-2 Buffalo Bills, in the Game of the Week. This game features a marquee quarterback matchup with the current MVP frontrunner Russell Wilson [O/U 294.5 Passing Yards] taking on Josh Allen [O/U 277.5 Passing Yards], who also finds himself in the MVP conversation. Russell Wilson is currently leading the NFL in passer rating, and when Russ attempts 34 or more passes, he has hit the in his player prop bet line in 4 of the 5 games so far this season. The Bills started the season 4-0, but in the four last games, they are sitting at 2-2. In those last four games, Josh Allen has only hit the over in passing yards on his player prop betting line on one occasion, so if Buffalo wants to win this game Allen will have to SHOWUP. Read on for some relevant player prop betting information for the Game of the Week.

 A strong duo leads the hometeam Bills in their ground attack, in Devin Singletary [O/U 41.5 Rushing Yards] and Zack Moss [O/U 37.5 Rushing Yards.] This duo played great last week in a divisional win over the Patriots. Singletary finished with 86 rushing yards while Moss finished with 81 rushing yards, both hitting the over on their player prop betting lines. The Bills have a strong receiving core led by Steffon Diggs [O/U 72.5 Receiving Yards], who also managed to have a strong game against the Patriots last week, finishing with 92 receiving yards while hitting the over on his player prop betting line. Joining Diggs in this receiving core is wideout Cole Beasley [O/U 47.5 Receiving Yards.] Beasley had a rare off week last week, finishing with a mere two receptions while hitting the under on his prop betting line. The week before that, Beasley had a BIG game finishing with 11 receptions for 112 yards, so he is more than capable of hitting the over.

The visiting Seahawk’s offense is led by one of the top receivers in the NFL in DK Metcalf [O/U 72.5 Receiving Yards.] Metcalf had a monstrous game last week, finishing with 12 receptions, 161 yards, and two touchdowns while hitting the over on his player prop betting line in the process. Metcalf is joined by Tyler Lockett [O/U 66.5 Receiving Yards] in this offense. Lockett had a slow game last week against the Niners, hitting the under on his player prop betting line with 33 receiving yards. In the week beforehand, Lockett had one of the best performances by any receiver this season, finishing with 15 receptions for 200 yards and three touchdown receptions while hitting the over on his player prop betting line. Rounding out this Seahawk’s receiving core is David Moore [O/U 28.5 Receiving Yards], who finished with three receptions for 18 yards last week, hitting the under on his player prop betting line in a win over the 49ers.