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Tyler Boyd player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 2 | Bengals vs. Cowboys

Tyler Boyd player props odds, tips and betting trends for Week 2 | Bengals vs. Cowboys

Ahead of Sunday’s 4:25 PM ET game airing live on CBS, bookmakers have listed player props for Tyler Boyd. Boyd and the Cincinnati Bengals (0-1) meet the Dallas Cowboys (0-1) in a Week 2 matchup at AT&T Stadium.

Tyler Boyd Week 2 Player Props

Matchup: Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys
Time: 4:25 PM
Date: September 18, 2022
Receiving Yards Prop: Over 39.5 (-115)

National Football League odds courtesy of Tipico Sportsbook. Odds updated Sunday at 5:14 AM ET. For a full list of sports betting odds, access USA TODAY Sports Betting Scores Odds Hub.

Boyd Receiving Stats and Trends

Boyd’s 51.8 receiving yards per game average from last season is 12.3 more than his prop bet over/under for Sunday’s matchup (39.5).
Boyd collected more than 39.5 receiving yards in nine of 21 games last season (42.9%).
Boyd’s season average of 51.8 receiving yards per game last year was 1.0 more than the average over/under set for him (50.8).
Boyd went over on his prop bets for receiving yards in eight of 17 games last year (47.1%).
Boyd scored a receiving touchdown five times last season, out of 16 games played, but did not have multiple TD receptions in any of those games.

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Bengals Vs. Cowboys Stats and Trends

The Cowboys allowed 238.2 passing yards per game last season, with the NFL’s 20th-ranked pass defense.
Conceding 112.8 rushing yards per game last season, the Cowboys had the 16th-ranked run defense in the NFL.
The Bengals averaged 259 passing yards per game on offense last season (seventh in the NFL), and they ranked 26th on the other side of the ball with 248.4 passing yards allowed per game.
The Bengals owned the 23rd-ranked offense last year in terms of rushing yards (102.5 per game), and they were better defensively, ranking fifth-best with just 102.5 rushing yards allowed per game.
The Bengals had the 20th-ranked defense last year in terms of yards per play (5.8 yards per play allowed), and they were better offensively, ranking best with 6.3 yards per play.

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