- Julio Jones’ receiving yards total is set at 1090.5 with odds of -115 on either side.
- Jones’ receiving touchdowns total is set at 7.5, a number he’s only hit once in the last five seasons.
- The Tennessee Titans traded for Jones earlier this week after spending 10 years in Atlanta with the Falcons.
NASHVILLE – Julio Jones was traded from the Atlanta Falcons to the Tennessee Titans and sportsbooks have since released season total prop bets for the wide receiver as he will play his first season outside of the city of Atlanta.
Julio Jones Receiving Yards Total
Julio Jones is the NFL record-holder for the most yards per game and thus bettors may be unsurprised to find his yards total to be north of 1000 for the upcoming season.
Julio Jones Receiving Yards Total Odds
- Over 1090.5 -115
- Under 1090.5 -115
Jones has soared past this total in all but three of his seasons in his career. One season was his rookie year and the other two are the only seasons in which he played fewer than 10 games. This may very well come down to betting on whether Jones can stay healthy for enough games.
Also, NFL bettors should remember there is an extra game this season which gives players an extra chance to reach their season totals. However, it also needs to be taken into account that Jones is entering a run-first offense.
The Titans were one of three teams to run on over 50% of their plays, in comparison Atlanta only ran on 37.9% of their plays last season.
Julio Jones Receiving Touchdown Total
The biggest critique on Jones’ career has been his inability to consistently find the endzone. He’s averaged just six touchdowns per season over the course of his career. He’s only had more than his listed total four times in his career which included his rookie and sophomore campaigns.
Julio Jones Receiving TD Total Odds
- Over 7.5 -115
- Under 7.5 -115
It’s tough to tell just how much Jones will be involved in the offense and will likely not be used too much around the goal line as a guy named Derrick Henry still exists. He’s never been able to be a legitimate touchdown threat and it’s tough to think that a new team will change that. Sports betting sites may have overestimated how many times Jones will find the endzone with his new team.