- Ja’Marr Chase has -115 odds to have over 85.5 yards receiving against the Bills.
- Chase is favored to have under 7.5 receptions in Buffalo with -118 odds.
- Chase has +125 odds to score anytime, and +550 odds to score two or more TDs.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Entering the Divisional Round matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Buffalo Bills, Ja’Marr Chase is favored to haul in the most receiving yards from either team. In his last five games, Chase has averaged 85.6 yards per game and has been targeted 12.8 times per game in that stretch.
Throughout the season, Chase has recorded four games with over 129 receiving yards and has favorable odds at legal betting sites to keep up his production against the Bills.
Ja’Marr Chase Receiving Yards Totals
- Over 85.5 Yards -115
- Under 85.5 Yards -115
Ja’Marr Chase Reception Total
- Over 7.5 -110
- Under 7.5 -118
Even though the under is favored for total receptions, Chase should hit the over as long as he is in the game. During the 2022-23 season, there have only been three games this season with less than seven receptions and seven total games that he recorded less than 7.5.
Chase played 12 total games this season and averaged 87.2 yards per game with half of those games having over 85.5 yards at NFL sportsbooks.
During the Bengals’ 2021-22 playoff run, Chase had three games with over 85.5 total receiving yards and two games over 7.5 receptions. If Chase repeats his playoff game last week against the Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card Round, both of these totals would hit. He had nine total receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown reception.
Ja’Marr Chase Scoring Props
- Anytime TD Scorer +125
- First TD Scorer +825
- Two or More TDs +550
Chase had nine total regular season touchdowns for the Bengals in 12 games and found the endzone in the Wild Card Round last weekend as well. He had two games with two plus touchdowns and has recorded at least one touchdown in four of his last five games heading into the Divisional Round.
Will Ja’Marr Chase find the endzone against Buffalo on Sunday?
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