- Antonio Brown is back in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- The star WR has -130 odds on getting over -329.5 receiving yards the rest of the season.
- Brown has -120 odds to get over 29.5 receptions the rest of the season.
LAS VEGAS - Antonio Brown is back in the NFL, despite an astounding rap sheet involving multiple open court cases.
Brown’s list of alleged crimes is nearly as long as his list of accolades on the football field.
That said, this laundry list of accusations has not been enough to keep Brown out of the league - he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will be playing this week.
The Super Bowl sportsbooks are getting in on the Brown action, and are offering various wagers on how his season will go.
The key to all of these wagers is that two things about Brown are unclear:
- What his usage will be in the Bucs offense.
- Whether or not he will manage to play out the season.
Each of these factors is going to be very important in wagering on these matchups. If Brown plays but doesn’t have a big role, these numbers could be hard for him to reach.
Similarly, if Brown gets cut by week 11 because he’s...well...Antonio Brown, then it is unlikely for him to make his targets.
2020-2021 Season - Antonio Brown Regular Season Receiving TDs:
- Over 3 -115
- Under 3 -125
Brown’s TD prop total for the season is set at 3, which is a number he could easily eclipse given regular usage and a starting job.
2020-2021 Season - Antonio Brown Regular Season Receiving Yards:
- Over 329.5 -130
- Under 329.5 -110
The story remains the same for his receiving yards - if Brown gets usage, and he can get separation, he’ll see significant yardage in the Bucs offense.
The Bucs have nine games left to play, which would mean that Brown would have to average about 36 yards a game to hit the over here.
2020-2021 Season - Antonio Brown Regular Season Total Catches:
- Over 29.5 -120
- Under 29.5 -120
Brown would have to average a little over three catches a game assuming that he manages to start for each of the games the Bucs play over the rest of the season.
Again, the key here is whether or not Brown will get the starting job, and whether or not he will manage to stay on the team for the rest of the season.
These are effectively wagers on whether or not he still has talent, and whether or not he can keep his head down for 9 weeks.
The Bucs face off against the New York Giants on Monday, and that should give NFL bettors a lot more information as to whether or not these bets will hold up.
Unfortunately, when it comes to Brown, NFL bettors will have to find out the hard way
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