- Joe Burrow has -127 odds to throw over 0.5 interceptions.
- Burrow has thrown 12 interceptions this season.
- There are +625 odds for Joe Burrow to score a touchdown in the game.
CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Bengal’s are 5-point underdogs to the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional Round, however, aside from the gamelines, sports betting sites have different player props odds specifically for Joe Burrow.
Some of the player props that are available on these online sportsbooks include Burrow’s total interceptions thrown and his odds to score a touchdown.
Joe Burrow Player Props
- Over 0.5 -127
- Under 0.5 -103
Joe Burrow’s 0.5 interception total should be considered free money on the over. Burrow tied for 26 in the league amongst QBs for interceptions thrown this season with 12 total. He has also turned it over more often in the Bengals last five games with four total interceptions across those games.
It also doesn’t help his case that the Bills are one of the league leaders in the NFL this season with 19 total interceptions. They recorded 17 in the regular season and are coming off of a two interceptions game against the Miami Dolphins in the Wild Card Round. The Bills last two games specifically have been on fire with interceptions with five interceptions across those games.
One major thing to keep note of as well is that the Bengals offense this season is extremely pass heavy.
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They have a 62.33% pass play percentage and a 68.37% rate in their last three games. They are also averaging 37.8 pass attempts per game with 42 per game in their last three.
With the overhaul of passing plays for Burrow and the Bengals, it leaves more than enough opportunities for the Bills secondary to come up with an interception.
Joe Burrow to go over 0.5 interceptions
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