Odell Beckham Jr. An Underdog To Throw A TD Pass This Season

  • Odell Beckham Jr. has +200 odds to throw a touchdown pass in the upcoming season.
  • Odell Beckham Jr. has +600 odds to opt out of the season at any time.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – As the NFL season continues to approach, one player that should be on NFL fans and bettors’ minds is Odell Beckham Jr. of the Cleveland Browns.

NFL sportsbooks certainly have the usually prop bets for Odell Beckham Jr. for his season totals, but there are also other interesting prop bets that bettors can take a look at as well.

Odell Beckham Jr. Throws TD Pass This Upcoming Season

  • Yes +200
  • No -300

Odell Beckham Jr. Opts Out At Anytime Of The 2020 FB Season

  • Yes +600
  • No-1000

Starting with Odell Beckham throwing a touchdown, those bettors who are willing to test their luck can do so with these odds.

Beckham has been involved in a few trick plays in the past and has also thrown a couple touchdowns along with them.

In his career, Beckham has gone 3-5 with his completions for 126 yards and two touchdowns.

Something else that bettors should look at here is that the Cleveland Browns have more than enough offensive weapons that can catch the ball if Beckham were to sling a long one.

Guys like Jarvis Landry, Austin Hooper, and even Kareem Hunt could be on the receiving end of a Beckham touchdown pass. That being said, bettors who are willing to take the risk, should do so here.

As for Beckham opting out of the season, although the odds are heavily favoring him to complete the full season, this could be another bet that bettors might want to take a risk on.

The reason for opting out of the season would be over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.

The league has already allowed for players to opt-out of the season if they do not feel safe and Odell Beckham was not one of those players that exercised that option.

Although Beckham did not opt-out when given the opportunity though, it is possible that he changes his mind. He has come out before stating that he does not think the league should be playing a season.

“Obviously with everything that’s going on, it doesn’t make sense why we’re trying to do this. I can understand basketball was already in the playoffs –Five-on-five basketball in an arena is going to be more intense than regular-season games. Hooping is different than playing an eleven-on-eleven contact sport where there’s 80 people in a locker room. We’re not ready for football season. So why are we trying to push forward?” said Beckham in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

With that being said, bettors can clearly see that Odell is still uneasy about the thought of playing the season and should be taking the chance here of him opting out.

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