Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins may not get all the attention that Ja’Marr Chase does but he’s a huge part of what makes the Cincy offense so dangerous. He could be a thorn in the Rams' side in Super Bowl 56.
Higgins has been one of the best pass-catchers in the NFL down the stretch and that has continued into the playoffs where he’s hauled in 13 grabs for 199 yards over his last two games. Super Bowl odds has his receiving yards Over/Under of 68.5 — can Higgins take that number down or will the Rams secondary contain the high-flying wideout?
Here’s our best Super Bowl 56 player prop bet for Tee Higgins’ receiving yards total.
Super Bowl 56 receiving yards odds
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Tee Higgins receiving yards pick
- Tee Higgins Over 68.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
Pick made on February 1, 2022.
Ja’Marr Chase versus Jalen Ramsey is going to be one of the most talked-about matchups heading into this Super Bowl but that should just create more of an opportunity for Tee Higgins, who has been one of the most productive wide receivers in the second half of the season.
Higgins was targeted 67 times over his final nine games (he sat out the meaningless Week 18 matchup against the Browns), hauling in 49 of them for 835 yards. And after a quiet game in the Wild Card Round against the Raiders, Higgins has racked up 199 yards over the last two weeks.
That amounts to 87 receiving yards per game over Higgins’ last 12 contests and he has gone Over the number of 68.5 eight times over this 12-game stretch.
Now, Higgins gets a sneaky good matchup against the Rams secondary. This unit probably gets more praise than it should because of Ramsey but ranks 21st in pass defense success rate and allowed the fourth-most receiving yards to wide receivers this season.
That doesn’t help a team that is down its two starting safeties as well. Jordan Fuller is out with an ankle injury while Taylor Rapp has a chance to play but has sat out the last three games. With Ramsey likely to shadow Chase all over the field, that should mean plenty of opportunities for Higgins to eclipse his receiving yards total of 68.5 in Super Bowl 56.