Last Updated Sep 19, 2022, 7:36 PM

MNF Titans vs. Bills Player Prop Best Bet

Prop betting expert Stuart Durst is back on the gridiron to give out his top play in Monday night's primetime matchup between the Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills. Check out his prediction below, along with other VI Expert Picks!

Titans vs. Bills Player Prop Pick

  • Kyle Philips (TEN) To Score a Touchdown (+500)

The Bills are coming into this game with a lot of momentum, after taking care of the defending Super Bowl champs on prime time to kick off week 1. Not only did Josh Allen and the offense look strong, but the defense really came out and attacked Matthew Stanford and the Rams. They opened the season as the favorites to win the Super Bowl, nothing has changed so far. 

The Titans are coming in after a depressing week 1 win vs the Giants. The game was very sloppy, with both teams making multiple mistakes, and the Giants narrowly walking away with a win. With how weak their division is, a bounce back win would be huge on prime time. On paper it would seem like the Bills have a huge advantage, but the Titans have had success grinding teams like the Bills down Henry. 

While I wanted to bet Kyle Phillips props, all that available is his touchdown at +500, which I think is worth a sprinkle. The Un-drafted rookie made his presence known during training camp, impressing the team enough to get week 1 action. With an unimpressive WR of Robert Woods and Nick Westbrook, I see them riding the hot hand, similar to most teams with RB’s. He didn’t get a lot of snaps, but put snapped 1st round rookie Treylon Burks.

He lead all rookies with 9 targets in week 1, bringing in 6 catches for 66 yards. He ended the week with a 28% target share, despite the limited snaps. He made a couple early drops, but was trusted enough to make the final play setting up the potential game winning field goal. Phillips is currently questionable, so worst case possible this gets voided. I understand Rb’s dominate in the redzone for the Titans, but i think the odds are worth a sprinkle. 

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