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DIEHARDS SUNDAY NIGHT PROP BETS week 19 Super Wildcard 2022
SINGLE PROP REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 294-289
SINGLE PROP POSTSEASON RECORD: 4-3
DOLPHINS @ BILLS (1:05p ET)
BILLS WR STEFON DIGGS OVER 6.5 RECEPTIONS (+105)
This guy is inspired and ready to go. We have all seen the dramatic photos of him watching as the other team has celebrated victory in the playoffs. He has the motivation of Damar Hamlin sitting on his shoulder as well. He had 5 and 7 catches against this Miami team in their two games this season. This is the playoffs and he has to be the man. This is more of a gut call than anything else but he's one of the best receivers in the game for a reason.
BILLS RB JAMES COOK OVER 37.5 RUSHING YARDS (-125)
There are a lot of reasons I like this bet and the primary reason, this game is gonna be a blow out. There's a reason that the line on this game is -13.5. I just don't see how this game isn't over by halftime which makes me believe Cook will get a heavy workload in the second half as they coast to victory. James has been over this prop number in three of his last five games.
GIANTS @ VIKINGS (1:05p ET)
GIANTS QB DANIEL JONES OVER 242.5 PASSING YARDS (-115)
GIANTS WR RICHIE JAMES OVER 4.5 RECEPTIONS (+100)
GIANTS WR ISAIAH HODGINS OVER 43.5 RECEIVING YARDS (-115)
This guy exploded against the Vikings just a few weeks ago for over 300 yards passing. While it is the playoffs and a different situation, I don't see why he won't get over 250 in this game. The Vikings secondary has been sub-par to say the least this season. He has found some reliable targets in Isaiah Hodgins and Richie James which have been pleasant surprises. James has had seven or more catches in three of the Giants last four games including against this same Vikings team. While Hodgins' prop has risen, I'm not afraid to play it because he'll have to come up big for the Giants in this game. He had eight catches for 89 yards in their last game against the Vikings.
VIKINGS WR JUSTIN JEFFERSON OVER 7.5 RECEPTIONS (+110)
He is the best wide receiver in football in my mind. The man can do no wrong except that one game against Jaire Alexander late in the season. This is his time to shine on the biggest stage. He had 12 catches for 133 yards and a touchdown in their first matchup on Christmas Eve. It actually would not have mattered who they were playing this weekend and I still would have taken this bet.
RAVENS @ BENGALS (8:15p ET)
BENGALS WR TRENTON IRVIN OVER 5.5 RECEIVING YARDS (-120)
This is not the name you probably expected to see in my article but this is probably my favorite bet of Wild Card Weekend. In the nine games that he's played this season for the Bengals, he has been over this prop number in eight of them. The one game he didn't get there, he landed right on five. Burrow likes him and has come through in big moments for the team.
BENGALS WR JA'MARR CHASE OVER 6.5 RECEPTIONS (-105)
The connection between Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase is something special. These two know each other so well and it shows on the field. Chase has been over this prop number in eight straight games. He has also been over this prop number in all four games in his career against the Ravens. Chase has never been targeted less than 10 times in any game against Baltimore in his career. This is another lock it up bet.
RAVENS QB TYLER HUNTLEY UNDER 32.5 RUSHING YARDS (-145)
He is likely going to start for the Ravens on Sunday but he will be far from 100 percent. There is still a question whether he's going to play at all but they need him to have any chance of winning this game. In Tyler's five starts this season, he's only been over this number one time. Knowing that he's hurt, he will not risk further injury by taking off and running with the ball.
RAVENS TE MARK ANDREWS OVER 4.5 RECEPTIONS (+105)
The Ravens rested him in Week 18 against the Bengals to be ready for this matchup. He finally looked like the old Mark Andrews two weeks ago against the Steelers. Andrews caught nine balls for 100 yards in their loss to Pittsburgh. Huntley only has eyes for him because there really isn't much else to target in this offense.