21 NFL Player Props 21 Days Out From the Season

  • NFL player props are now available for the season with tons of different odds ripe for the taking.
  • Odds for Patrick Mahomes to win MVP sit at +500, while Alex Smith leads odds to win comeback player of the year at +400.

LAS VEGAS – The 2020 NFL season is a mere 21 days away. While that is hard to believe for some, others are already feverishly plotting their NFL future player props for the season.

Online sportsbooks have released some appealing lines and odds for the season, with player props available in all kinds of different categories.

In honor of the three weeks remaining before football returns, here are 21 of the best player props currently available on NFL sportsbooks.

Regular Season MVP

  • Patrick Mahomes +500
  • Lamar Jackson +900
  • Russell Wilson +1400

Mahomes gets the pick here strictly due to the value of the odds. Mahomes is one of the best quarterbacks possibly in history and should be an MVP favorite for the rest of his career.

Getting Lamar Jackson at +900 is a steal. The 2019 MVP winner could easily repeat as the winner and should not be discredited in 2020.

Russell Wilson gets the final pick here due to his hype to value ratio. Wilson is finally getting the attention and respect he deserves and could win MVP if he leads Seattle to another great season.

NFL Comeback Player of the Year

  • Alex Smith +400
  • Ben Roethlisberger +500
  • Cam Newton +500

Alex Smith returning from his gruesome leg injury is one of the leading stories of the season heading into 2020. If he performs well, this is his award to lose.

The same stands for Big Ben, who will be returning the Pittsburgh Steelers after his injury last year. Time will tell if Roethlisberger is able to return to his former ability.

The most interesting acquisition of the offseason undoubtedly goes to the New England Patriots after acquiring Cam Newton. If Newton can light it up in New England, he will certainly be in the discussion for this award.

Defensive Player of the Year

  • Aaron Donald +800
  • Khalil Mack +1200
  • TJ Watt +1400

Donald holds great value to win another DPOY award but needs his team to play well around him to elevate him into the discussion.

Mack is one of the best players in the world and he shows it every time he is on the field. The biggest issue is that the Bears don’t score points to support their strong defense. If the Bears offense can figure it out, this turns into a great pick.

The little brother of JJ might be the best Watt of all when all is said and done. TJ has all the skills of his brother but might not be as injury-prone. He could make a statement for the Steelers in 2020.

Offensive Rookie of the Year

  • Joe Burrow +275
  • Tua Tagovailoa +1000
  • D’Andre Swift +1600

Joe Burrow leads this bet simply because he is basically guaranteed to start for the Cincinnati Bengals. While Burrow is the favorite, he does not have great value at +275.

Tua Tagovailoa is a terrific bet here strictly because of the upside that Tua holds. While Tagovailoa will likely not be the starter in Week 1 if he comes in and shines this is his award to lose.

Reports have already come out of Tua throwing in the offseason, so the Dolphins could be looking to accelerate the rookie’s schedule.

D’Andre Swift has the highest value on this board of any of the running backs. This award favors QB’s historically, but Swift has the skills to be a breakout rookie.

Defensive Rookie of the Year

  • Chase Young +275
  • Patrick Queen +1000
  • CJ Henderson +2500

Chase Young will lead the odds to win this award simply due to his hype heading into the season. If Young is able to play his game, he will be the frontrunner for the season.

Patrick Queen fills a much-needed gap at linebacker for the Ravens and will get plenty of attention in a team that won’t be overlooked again.

Longshot here goes to CJ Henderson. The former Florida Gator will line up for the Jaguars who have been desperate at corner since the departure of Jalen Ramsey.

DeAndre Hopkins Receiving TDs

  • Over 8.5 -125
  • Under 8.5 -105

Hopkins is joining a new team after being traded from the Houston Texans and will look to continue his production with Kyler Murray throwing him passes.

Calvin Ridley Receiving Yards

  • Over 1025.5 -115
  • Under 1025.5 -115

Ridley has become the go-to option out of the slot for Matt Ryan and could improve on his production from 2019. If Atlanta can establish the run with Todd Gurley, Ridley becomes a much better option.

Stefon Diggs Receiving TDs

  • Over 6.5 -105
  • Under 6.5 -125

Diggs becomes Josh Allen’s new favorite target in Buffalo after a successful career in Minnesota. Allen needed a deep threat and could develop a partnership with Diggs early.

AJ Green Receiving TDs

  • Over 7.5 -110
  • Under 7.5 -120

AJ Green will look to become Joe Burrow’s best friend as he returns from injury for the Bengals. Far removed from his Pro Bowl days, Green is still touted as a receiver with two of the best hands in the league.

Dak Prescott Passing TDs

  • Over 27.5 -130
  • Under 27.5 EVEN

Dak Prescott will need to perform this year after receiving the franchise tag from Dallas. He could be ready to finally prove his doubters wrong in a defining year, where he has three solid wideouts to choose from.

Aaron Rodgers Passing Yards

  • Over 3899.5 -120
  • Under 3899.5 -110

Aaron Rodgers’ doubters continue to underrate the quarterback despite stellar play over the last decade. Rodgers can easily exceed this yard line and more if the Packers can provide him with more support.

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