- A.J. Green has -120 odds to have Under 545.5 receiving yards in the 2021 season.
- His season touchdown total set at 3.5 with -115 odds on both sides.
- Green has played with the Cincinnati Bengals since 2011 but signed with the Arizona Cardinals this offseason.
PHOENIX – A.J. Green was one of the league’s premier wide receivers just a few years ago but has seemingly fallen off quickly. Leaving the Cincinnati Bengals to join the Arizona Cardinals could prove to be what he needed, but sportsbooks seem to think the downward trend continues.
From Elite To Disappointing
When A.J. Green entered the league as the No. 4 overall pick, he immediately had an impact. He tallied at least 1,000 yards in each of his first five seasons, put up 964 yards in just 10 games in his sixth, and followed with yet another 1,000-yard season in 2017.
Unfortunately, there hasn’t been much praise to give to Green since. He put up 694 yards in 2018, missed the 2019 season and compiled just 523 yards on 47 catches and 104 targets in 2020.
Having joined a new team, the Arizona Cardinals, he hopes it can help return him to his previous form.
A.J. Green’s Season Totals
Just a few years back calling A.J. Green the worst signing in free agency would’ve been blasphemous, but life comes at you fast. Many NFL betting sites seem to believe the change of scenery will do no good for Green as his season totals project him to have what could be the worst season of his career.
A.J. Green Receiving Yards Season Total
- Over 545.5 -110
- Under 545.5 -120
Green’s 2020 total of 523 yards is the lowest of his career, but considering the Under is favored, he could be in line for an even more disappointing season in 2021. However, the low totals don’t stop at receiving yards.
A.J. Green Receiving Touchdowns Season Total
- Over 3.5 -115
- Under 3.5 -115
Prior to last season where Green found the endzone just twice, his lowest full-season total for touchdowns was eight. Sports betting sites are predicting another lackluster season from Green in the touchdown scoring department as well as the yardage totals.
The Cardinals as a team aren’t projected to fare too well as they are the -120 favorites to finish last in the division. Naturally, this means the team will be losing late in games which will result in more pass attempts and likely more opportunities.
It’s tough to tell whether Green has lost all of his ability to be a threat or if the system in Cincinnati was letting him down, but those questions should be answered this season.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.