• Bet Aaron Rodgers o1.5 rush yards: At least one designed rush in 5/7 games, and with passing game particularly limited Sunday night, he'll have to sell out at all costs to move the ball.
• Bet Stefon Diggs o6.5 receptions: PFF Greenline edge of 8.5; Diggs over in 5/6 games to begin season.
Last updated: Oct. 30, 6:00 p.m.
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Here are PFF staff best bets in Green Bay Packers-Buffalo Bills on SNF in Week 8:
Ben Brown: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers — Over 1.5 rush yards (-115)
Bet Gameplan: Playable to -120
With the pass-catching issues plaguing the Packers' offense, one thing that’s seen an uptick is Aaron Rodgers designed rush attempts. He has at least one in 5/7 games this season, but Rodgers has only gone over this prop number in one game this year. Facing off against a high-octane offense in primetime, expect Rodgers to resort to any means necessary to move the football, which should result in a decent run for a first down. The Bills' pass rush is another reason to expect an additional uptick in opportunity for Rodgers on this player prop, as I return to my roots for a classic quarterback rushing prop on Sunday night football.
Martyn Carlisle: Buffalo Bills RB Devin Singletary — Under 55.5 rush yards (-110)
Richard Janvrin: Packers TE Robert Tonyan anytime TD (+270)
Appearing on The Pat McAfee Show, it was evident that Rodgers was displeased with some of the performances on the offensive side of the ball. One of his more trusted weapons is tight end Robert Tonyan who, coming off an injury last season, is third on the team in targets and tied for third in snaps where he’s running a route. The Packers are 10.5-point road underdogs, and against this Bills offense, they will need to throw to stay in it. Tonyan should match up plenty with linebacker Tremaine Edmunds who’s allowed 10 catches on 11 targets in his last two games.
PFF Greenline top play: Bills WR Stefon Diggs — Over 6.5 receptions (-123)
Bet Gameplan: Playable to -138