Bills vs. Dolphins Best Prop Bets for NFL Week 3 (Offenses Set for Big Day in Miami)

Sep 18, 2022; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) gains yardage
Sep 18, 2022; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) gains yardage / Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

The Bills and Dolphins play this week with the AFC East lead on the line. This is going to be a measuring stick game for both teams – especially with both teams coming off of big wins. 

I’m expecting some fireworks in this game, so instead of doing regular prop bets, we’re looking at touchdown props. 

Here are three touchdown props to key in on for Bills vs. Dolphins.

Best Prop Bets For Bills-Dolphins Week 3

  • Josh Allen Anytime TD
  • Tyreek Hill Anytime TD
  • Gabe Davis Anytime TD

Josh Allen Anytime TD

Allen is the best dual-threat quarterback in football and the Bills use him like so. He is the lifeblood of the Bills’ rushing offense, so do be surprised if he runs one in. Allen only ran once last week, but that was because everything in the pocket was too easy. He ran 10 times in Week 1 and averages nearly seven rushing attempts per game for his career. The Bills are going to use Allen at the goal-line, and I expect for another touchdown to come in what may be an MVP season for Allen.

Tyreek Hill Anytime TD

We all know what happened last week, with Hill and Jaylen Waddle going crazy in the fourth quarter. While those types of performances aren’t always replicable, Hill’s spot as the No.1 receiver always makes him a good bet. He’s getting 12.5 targets per game this season, which is the most on the team. 

The Bills will be without several key players on defense this week, which gives Hill a leg up. As long as Tua Tagovailoa is looking for him, I like Hill to score. 

Gabe Davis Anytime TD

This prop clearly depends on whether Davis is healthy enough to play in the game. If he is good to go though, I’m fully in favor of sprinkling on this prop. Davis is an absolute touchdown machine. In his last 14 catches (including playoffs), Davis has six total touchdowns. He caught one in Week 1 and had a chance at another with a play down the field. He can stretch the field vertically and at  6’2”, he has the ability to be a red zone threat.

You can find Donnavan Smoot’s full betting record here.