- Bijan Robinson is the favorite to win the 2023-2024 NFL offensive rookie of the year award with +290 odds.
- Bryce Young is next most likely to win the award with +450 odds.
- Anthony Richardson, CJ Stroud, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba round out the top five.
ATLANTA – The 2023-2024 NFL offensive rookie of the year betting board lists running back Bijan Robinson ahead of quarterbacks Bryce Young, Anthony Richardson, and CJ Stroud. Bijan Robinson is the betting favorite with +290 odds to win the award.
The Atlanta Falcons selected Bijan Robinson out of Texas with the eight overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. Robinson becomes the lead back for an Atlanta Falcons offense that ranked top five in the NFL for most rushing categories.
Atlanta Falcons 2022 Rushing Statistics Ranking Amongst NFL
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Bijan Robinson is in an excellent position to claim his +290 odds at football sportsbooks to win the offensive rookie of the year award this upcoming season.
The Atlanta Falcons are a run-first offense because they have a top offensive line in the NFL. PFF graded Chris Lindstrom as the number one guard, with tackles Kaleb McGary and Jake Matthews ranking fourth and 17th at their position, respectively.
Last season, the Atlanta Falcons turned fifth-round selection Tyler Allgeier into a 1,000-yard rusher. Exciting quarterbacks like Anthony Richardson (+550) and Bryce Young (+450) have high ceilings, but Bijan Robinson undeniably has the highest floor of all the competing rookies with plenty of upside.
The last time a running back was the favorite to win the offensive rookie of the year award, it was Saquon Barkley in 2018. Barkley went on to score 15 total touchdowns on 2,028 total yards to cash his +155 odds to win offensive rookie of the year.
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