Welcome Back Antonio Brown: Breaking Down Week 9 AB Prop Bets

  • Antonio Brown has -135 odds to stay under 54.5 receiving yards.
  • Antonio Brown is favored to have under 4 receptions with -140 odds.
  • Antonio Brown has +150 odds to catch a touchdown pass in Week 9.

TAMPA, Fla. — The long wait is finally over, Antonio Brown will be back in action during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 9 matchup with New Orleans Saints.

Brown last appears in an NFL game in Week 2 of the 2019 NFL season as a part of the New England Patriots before being cut due to his off the field problems.

With Brown making his return to the field, however, NFL sportsbooks have prop bets for how his Week 9 performance will go. There are odds on the total number of yards and receptions Brown will get as well as if he will catch a touchdown in the game.

Antonio Brown – Total Receptions Week 9

  • Under 4 Receptions -140
  • Over 4 Receptions +100

Antonio Brown – Total Receiving Yards Week 9

  • Under 54.5 Receiving Yards -135
  • Over 54.5 Receiving Yards -105

Looking first at the total for receptions and receiving yards, both of them have the under favored and rightfully so. There are just too many mouths to feed for the Buccaneers right now for Brown to come in and be the top receiving option right off the bat.

Not to take anything away from the talent that he brings to the table, but he is surrounded by other star wide receivers such as Mike Evans and Chris Godwin who are both now fully healthy and expected to suit up in Week 9.

However, Brown already has chemistry built up with Tom Brady as they were teammates on the New England Patriots where they suited up together just once. In that one game, Brown did hit the over with 56 yards and pushed the reception total with four receptions. That being said, there is a case for bettors looking to take a slight longshot bet here as well for a nice payout.

Will Antonio Brown Catch A TD Pass Week 9?

  • No -200
  • Yes +150

For NFL bettors looking to make another longshot bet here, this is the one to make. Although it is his first game with the Buccaneers, Brady will be sure to get him involved, especially when looking in the endzone.

Looking back again at the one game that they took the field together, Brady did find Brown for a touchdown here as well.

The Buccaneers will surely look to show off their new weapon which would mean designing a play or two for Brown to get his welcome back touchdown. With that said, bettors can confidently take the longer odds here for a nice payout.

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