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Kareem Hunt Rushing Yards: Over 32.5 (-115)

Kareem Hunt returned from injury two weeks ago when the Browns played the Ravens. He clearly wasn’t ready to be back. Following a bye week, the Browns get a rematch against the Ravens and Hunt is reportedly looking much better and is in line to see his regular work. Prior to last game, Hunt rushed for at least 33 yards in all six of his games.

Cole Beasley Receptions: Over 3.5 (-165)

One of the biggest flaws of the Bills last week was their refusal to pass it short to Cole Beasley when clearly not much else would work with that weather. Look for him to be heavily involved on Sunday, facing a Buccaneers team that is tough to run against and will also bring pressure. When Josh Allen is under pressure, look for him to get the ball out quickly to shorter routes, which is where Beasley thrives.

Leonard Fournette Rushing + Receiving Yards: Over 95.5 (-115)

This Bills team is having a really tough time stopping running backs. Simply, they are not built to stop physical teams upfront. Instead, they built their defense solely to stop the Chiefs. The result is Jonathan Taylor scoring five touchdowns, then the Patriots winning while passing just three times. This week, the Bills will be light in the box yet again, attempting to stop the Tampa passing attack. However, this opens up running lanes for Leonard Fournette, who has 80+ rushing yards in all four games where he has had 15+ carries. On top of that, Fournette has six or more receptions in four straight games, averaging 40.75 receiving yards over that span. He should be busy on Sunday.

Travis Kelce Receiving Yards: Over 73.5 (-110)

Travis Kelce has absolutely embarrassed the Raiders during his career. He has totaled over 100 receiving yards in five of his past seven games against them. Kelce has totaled over 73.5 receiving yards in seven of his past eight games against them. Despite notable struggles early in the season, Kelce is still averaging 70.7 receiving yards per game, so his history against the Raiders should be enough to get an extra few and go over this prop.

Trevor Lawrence Passing Yards: Over 214.5 (-115)

Obviously, the Jaguars should be playing from behind against the Titans this week, as is the case no matter the matchup. Trevor Lawrence has also already seen this defense before, so he will have his own film to watch in preparation for this week, which goes a long way with a rookie. In that game, Lawrence passed for 273 yards. The Titans have been one of the worst pass defenses this season, giving up 256.3 passing yards per game this season.