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Best prop bets and analysis for Devin Singletary in the AFC Championship

We breakdown the AFC Championship game prop bets for Bills RB Devin Singletary.

Devin Singletary #26 of the Buffalo Bills runs with the ball during a game against the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium on December 28, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images

Devin Singletary will take the field Sunday as the lead back for the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship. They’ll face Kansas City on the road in their first AFC Championship appearance since 1993. There is a slew of Devin Singletary prop bets to navigate on DraftKings Sportsbook, so we’ll take an in-depth look at both his rushing and receiving lines approaching game day.

Rushing yards prop: O/U 39.5 (-112)

Singletary has rushed for less than 40 yards in four straight games and has reached double-digits in carries once in his last five games.

The Chiefs have allowed 17 running backs to top 39.5 yards rushing this season.

Pick: Under

It’s not likely that Singletary will be a workhorse despite being the only viable running back on the Bills’ roster.

Receiving yards prop: O/U 19.5 (-112)

Singletary tallied 269 receiving yards during the regular season and was targeted 50 times. He’s gone over 19.5 receiving yards seven times this season.

The Chiefs have allowed 17 running backs to top 19.5 receiving yards and have allowed the eighth most receiving yards to running backs.

Pick: Under

Singletary has been held under 19.5 receiving yards in six of his last 10 games and is averaging less than 17 receiving yards per game. He hasn’t been targeted more than three times in a game since Week 13, so he’d likely need a sizable chunk play to hit the over. Banking on big plays from Singletary is risky, and he hasn’t been very involved in the Bills’ offense lately.

Receptions prop: O 2.5 (-182), U 2.5 (+145)

Singletary caught 38 passes during the regular season and ranked third in catches among Bills players. He has gone over the prop seven times.

The Chiefs have allowed 13 running backs to top 2.5 receptions on the season.

Pick: Over

While Singletary’s total yardage hasn’t been great he has caught three or more passes nine times this season. The absence of Zack Moss, who is out for the year with an ankle injury, significantly increases Singletary’s chances of hitting the over.

Rushing and receiving yards prop: O/U 63.5 (-112)

Singletary averaged just under 60 yards from scrimmage per game during the regular season, topping 63.5 total yards seven times.

Pick: Under

Singletary racked up more than 60 all-purpose yards quite a bit during the regular season but hasn’t gotten there since Week 15. It’s unlikely that he’ll become a key part of his team’s offense after being an afterthought for a while.

Touchdown props: Anytime (+115), First/Last (+1500), 2 or more TDs (+1200), 3 or more TDs (+9000)

Singletary only has two rushing touchdowns on the year and zero receiving touchdowns.

Pick: Anytime

Singletary hasn’t found the end zone in four weeks, and there was a nine-week drought between his first and second touchdown of the year. He’s clearly not a priority in the offense, and Buffalo prefers to throw the ball or use Josh Allen’s legs deep in enemy territory. I wouldn’t bank on him scoring at all, but an anytime touchdown is easily the best bet available here.

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