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NFL Season Props Odds
In addition to the usual props offered by online sportsbooks prior to the start of the NFL season, we have seen a marked increase in NFL player props in the last few years. You can still bet on NFL futures like Super Bowl winners, division winners, season win totals, and whether or not a team makes the playoffs, but NFL player props betting gives bettors even more options. Much like fantasy football, if you think a player will have a breakout season but believe their team will be a burden, you can simply wager on them to hit certain statistical benchmarks.
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NFL Season Props Odds
You can bet on NFL props action with categories such as the regular season Most Valuable Player, Offensive Rookie of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, and Player Season Totals.
NFL Coach of the Year Odds
The two favorites to be named NFL Coach of the Year per the NFL futures odds have both won this award multiple times. Bill Belichick has been voted this honor three times in the last two decades, and Bruce Arians has won the award twice in the last eight years. Those two coaches were on opposite sides of the biggest move this offseason, and the play of Tom Brady could go a long way to determining the winner of this award in 2020. Read more
NFL Offensive Player of the Year
The last two NFL MVPs are the favorites to be named NFL Offensive Player of the Year in 2020. Patrick Mahomes was the 2018 NFL MVP, and he was named NFL OPOY that year too after becoming the third quarterback to throw 50 touchdown passes in a season. Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson was the second unanimous MVP in league history last season, and his ascension proved all the naysayers that doubted whether his skillset would translate to the NFL incorrect. These two franchise quarterbacks are on the co-Super Bowl favorites per the NFL futures odds, and they are the most hyped players coming into the 2020 campaign. Read more
NFL Defensive Player of the Year
Stephon Gilmore became the first cornerback to be named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in a decade last season. Gilmore was just the sixth cornerback to earn this honor in the five decades of this award’s existence, but no defensive back has earned this honor twice, let alone in consecutive years. That’s why Gilmore isn’t one of the five favorites to be named the NFL DPOY in 2020 per the NFL betting odds. Instead, two-time winner, Aaron Donald is the favorite and he is followed by 2019 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Nick Bosa. The Watt Brothers are just behind Bosa, and 2016 DPOY Khalil Mack rounds out the list of favorites. Read more
NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
Josh Jacobs was the frontrunner to be named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year for much of the 2019 season. He would have been the third straight running back to win the award after Alvin Kamara and Saquon Barkley, but he missed three games in December, allowing No. 1 pick Kyler Murray to be named OROY. Murray became the first No. 1 draft choice to win the award since Cam Newton did it in 2011. Read more
NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
Nick Bosa dominated the voting to win the 2019 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award. Bosa was the top choice on 43 of 50 ballots, and his victory led to Nick and Joey Bosa becoming the first brothers to win this award. He was the fifth defensive lineman in the last ten years to earn this honor, and another defensive lineman is the favorite according to the NFL futures odds this season. Read more
Joe Burrow Passing Yards
Over 3799.5 Yards -115
Under 3799.5 Yards -115
The No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft had a banner senior season at LSU. Burrow set all sorts of school records and a few national records on his way to leading the Tigers to a national championship, and he is the presumptive Week 1 starter for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Burrow will have some nice weapons at receiver provided A.J. Green is healthy after missing all of last year due to injury. John Ross III is the fastest receiver in the league and can take the top of the defense, and Tyler Boyd is a good possession receiver. Tee Higgins showed promise during his time at Clemson too, so Burrow won’t be lacking for options.
However, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner might spend a lot of his time on his back. The Bengals have one of the worst offensive lines in the league, as Jonah Williams is unproven after missing his entire rookie season due to injury and Bobby Hart is consistently rated as one of the least effective right tackles in the NFL. Additionally, Zac Taylor appears to be woefully overmatched as a head coach, so Burrow is likely to struggle early and often as a rookie.
Prediction: Under 3799.5 Yards
Carson Wentz Passing Yards
Over 3899.5 Yards -115
Under 3899.5 Yards -115
Wentz showed that he is one of the top quarterbacks in the league when healthy during the 2019 season. He surpassed 4,000 passing yards for the first time in his career, and he did it despite not having his best two receivers for most of the season. Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson missed 19 games between them, so Wentz targeted Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, and Miles Sanders to reach the milestone.
Jeffery and Jackson shouldn’t miss that many games this season, and the front office provided Wentz with an insurance option after selecting Jalen Reagor in the first round. This offense stands to be much better as youngsters Sanders and Goedert were very good last year, so the main question is whether Wentz can stay healthy. Even if he only plays 14 games, there is a good chance he reaches this mark given the talent at the skill positions.
Prediction: Over 3899.5 Yards
Tom Brady Passing Yards
Over 4199.5 Yards -115
Under 4199.5 Yards -115
The GOAT's decision to leave New England for Tampa Bay was the biggest story of the offseason. Tampa Bay's NFL futures odds plummeted when Brady announced that he was signing with the Buccaneers, and the organization was able to add Rob Gronkowski to give Tom Brady his favorite target of the last decade. That could lead to Brady having the best collection of receivers in the league as Mike Evans and Chris Godwin were both Pro Bowl receivers, and O.J. Howard flourished last season.
However, Brady is no longer the quarterback he was a few seasons ago. Although he threw for over 4,000 yards last season, it looked like time had finally caught up with him and he will turn 43 before the season starts. Brady averaged just 6.6 yards per attempt in 2019, so the under is the play.
Prediction: Under 4199.5 Yards
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