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Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen attempts a pass as part of Week 9 NFL predictions for Sunday Night Football between the Bills vs. Bengals
Buffalo Bills Josh Allen #17 makes a pass at Gillette Stadium on October 22, 2023 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images/AFP

A rematch from when Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills suffered a cardiac arrest caps off the Week 9 action on Sunday, and our Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals NFL player props for Sunday Night Football based on the best SNF odds get you deeper into the game.

The Buffalo Bills are aiming to reclaim the top spot in the AFC East following a challenging few weeks where they currently stand at 2-2. They seek to build on the momentum from last week's victory against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the odds from our best sportsbooks reflect this momentum.

The Cincinnati Bengals have surged forward after a slow start to the season, securing their third consecutive victory with a convincing win over the San Francisco 49ers last week. They appear to have found their offensive stride, displaying significant improvement and heightened competitiveness, suggesting that they have overcome their earlier struggles and are now a formidable force in the league.

To accompany our Bills-Bengals prediction and Josh Allen vs. Joe Burrow player props, let's look at our best Bills vs. Bengals NFL player props for Sunday Night Football (NFL odds via our best NFL betting sites; pick confidence based on a 1-to-5-star scale).

Bills vs. Bengals NFL player props: Sunday Night Football

Dalton Kincaid 50+ receiving yards (+165 via bet365) ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Buffalo tight end Dalton Kincaid has enjoyed his most successful two-week stretch this season, gaining 140 yards on 13 receptions during that span. The rookie has become one of Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s favorite options and sits third on the team in both targets (34), and receiving yards (258). He has been well over this mark in both of his last two games and is in a good position to do it again.

Cincinnati was torched last week by San Francisco tight end George Kittle. The big man caught nine of his 11 targets for 149 yards. Overall, the Bengals are giving up an average of 64.3 receiving yards per game to the tight end position. Surprisingly, only Kittle and Rams tight end Tyler Higbee have gained more than 50 yards against them. However, in Week 2, Baltimore tight end Mark Andrews was only five yards short of hitting this mark.

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Joe Mixon + James Cook Over 114.5 combined rushing yards (-115 via BetMGM) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Despite the Cincinnati offense getting off to a slow start this season, Bengals running back Joe Mixon has remained productive. The sturdy back is averaging 64.7 yards per game this season. He would need around 58 yards to contribute half of this total, something he has done five times already this season. He’ll face a Bills’ defense that is allowing 93.12 rushing yards to the running back position this season.

Bills running back James Cook has done well to make his mark, averaging 60 rushing yards per game on a Buffalo offense known for its passing attack. The former Georgia Bulldog is averaging 60.8 yards per game this year. He has gained at least half of this mark four times this season. Cook draws a Cincinnati defense that is giving up 94.1 yards per game to the running back position. 

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Josh Allen 40+ rush yards + Stefon Diggs 70+ rec yards (+240 via DraftKings) ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Bills quarterback Josh Allen is averaging 38.5 rushing yards per game over his six-year career. Since joining the league, he has gained more than 40 yards with his legs 36 times. The Bills quarterback has already gone over this mark twice this season including a 41-yard rushing performance last week against the Buccaneers. The Bengals have allowed three quarterbacks this season to cross this threshold. Last week, 49ers signal-caller Brock Purdy racked up 57 yards on the ground against them.

Despite a talented supporting cast, Buffalo wide receiver Stefon Diggs remains the top dog on the Buffalo receiving corps leading the team in every statistical category. He is averaging 93.5 receiving yards per game this season and has gained at least 70 yards in six of eight games. He gets to face a Cincinnati defense that just surrendered 105 yards to San Francisco wideout Brandon Aiyuk.

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Bills vs. Bengals NFL player props for Sunday Night Football made Saturday at 10:00 a.m. ET

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