2. Brandin Cooks Receiving Yards UNDER 68.5 (-115)
This one could come true because Houston Texans wide receiver Brandin Cooks is the best wide receiver on the team, but that doesn’t help his case in this game against the Buffalo Bills. Cooks has 322 yards receiving in three games this season, and in every game this year he’s caught for over the 69 yards needed to beat this prop bet.
Cooks’ in-game totals in receiving yards for each week so far are 132 yards on five receptions (vs. Jaguars), 78 yards on nine receptions (vs. Browns), and 112 yards on nine receptions (vs. Panthers).
Opponents against the Bills this season have 582 combined passing yards, with Antonio Gibson of the Washington Football Team having the most individual receiving yards in a game against the Bills at 73 yards.
With how the rest of the receiving roster is doing right now with injuries either keeping players out of games and on the injured list, the focus of the Bills’ defense can be on Cooks in this Week 4 game. Cooks could beheld to under 69 yards if the Buffalo secondary has a true focus on Cooks, and puts pressure on rookie quarterback Davis Mills.