Tee Higgins Super Bowl Props 2022 | Higgins Prop Bets vs Rams

Frank AmmiranteFantasy Sports & Betting Writer
Posted: Feb 10, 2022Last updated: Feb 10, 2022

The Cincinnati Bengals are on an incredible playoff run, looking to cap it off with a Super Bowl win over the Los Angeles Rams.

The team will need to continue to rely on stud wideout Tee Higgins, who torched the Chiefs for 103 yards in the AFC Championship.

Let’s take a look to see which player props stick out for Higgins against the Rams in this matchup.

All NFL gameday odds are current as of 10 a.m. ET on Thursday, February 10. 

Tee Higgins Super Bowl Prop Bets

Over 70.5 Receiving Yards (-115) at Caesars

Wager: 1.15 Units

Higgins has racked up 209 yards in three games during these playoffs. He posted 199 of those 209 yards in his last two games, helping the Bengals complete two major upsets on the road.

Higgins leads the Bengals with 258 air yards throughout the playoffs. Air yards refer to how far a pass has traveled on a target. For Higgins, this means that most of his targets have come downfield, which is further demonstrated with his 11.2-yard average target depth.

In fact, Higgins ranks 3rd in air yards in the NFL during this postseason, behind only Cooper Kupp and Odell Beckham Jr. His 11.2 average target depth ranks 5th among pass-catchers with at least 10 targets. This means that if Higgins hauls in six catches, he’s likely eclipsing this total.

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Over 24.5 Yards Longest Reception (-105) at Caesars

Wager: 1.05 Units

Since Higgins has been targeted downfield at such a high rate throughout the playoffs, it’s a good idea to take the Over on his longest reception prop. This is compounded by the fact that the Bengals project to play from behind as four-point underdogs, so they’ll likely have to air it out.

The Over is 1-2 on this prop throughout the playoffs, but the Rams have given up big plays in the passing game at times. Mike Evans and Deebo Samuel each hauled in 40+ yard receptions against them.

With the defense likely focused on stopping Ja’Marr Chase, we could see opportunities continue to open up for Higgins.


Frank Ammirante

Before joining The Game Day, Frank spent three years in the fantasy sports and betting industry, writing for websites like RotoBaller and 4for4football. Frank is an active member of the fantasy baseball and fantasy football community, participating in high-stakes leagues like NFBC/NFFC as well as industry competitions like Scott Fish Bowl, RazzBowl, and TGFBI. Frank is a member of the FSWA and IBWAA. Give him a shout to talk fantasy sports and sports betting.

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