- Russell Wilson has -120 odds to throw for over 3,650.5 yards.
- Jerry Jeudy has a 900.5 receiving yard total.
- Courtland Sutton has -115 odds on both sides for a 675.5-yardage total.
DENVER – After a dreadful first season with Russell Wilson, the Denver Broncos have made a major change on the sideline hiring Super Bowl winning coach, Sean Payton, who is sure to have an effect on the team’s performance.
Looking at Russell Wilson’s Broncos player prop odds, his 3,650.5 passing yard total is just over what he did last season and oddsmakers are already throwing juice on the over.
Russell Wilson – Total Passing Yards
- Over 3,650.5 -120
- Under 3,650.5 -110
Last season, Russ did everything but ride. He threw for 3,524 yards, his third lowest in his career, and had 11 interceptions which are tied for the second most he’s thrown. He also had his lowest QBR of his career at 36. That being said, the only way for Russ to turn is up.
With Sean Payton now coaching this team, bettors can bank on a turnaround even more considering how he handled Drew Brees’s career with the New Orleans Saints. Up until the 2019 season when Brees began dealing with injuries late in his career, from 2006 to 2018, Brees went for 3,900+ yards each year.
If Payton hasn’t lost a step after being away from coaching for just one season, he should be able to work well with Russ and help him achieve the over.
From an odds standpoint, Russell Wilson also has the second shortest odds to win the NFL Comeback Player of the Year at +1500 odds.
Russ’s Comeback Leads To Success Elsewhere
If and when Russ makes a turnaround, it would surely benefit the rest of the offense. Especially Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton.
Jerry Jeudy – Total Receiving Yards
- Over 900.5 -115
- Under 900.5 -115
Courtland Sutton – Total Receiving Yards
- Over 675.5 -115
- Under 675.5 -115
NFL betting sites have these totals set pretty low and low enough to throw some decent money on both of their overs. What is even more surprising though is that last season, both Jeudy and Sutton hit over on their projected yard totals for this season.
Going back to what Sean Payton and Drew Brees did together in New Orleans, they worked together and turned two receivers to 900+ yards in every season since 2010.
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