Take on the 2020 NFL Odds for Passing, Rushing & Receiving

Take on the 2020 NFL Odds for Passing, Rushing & Receiving

Written by on August 4, 2020

Okay MyBookie NFL betting faithful, if you’re fired up about the quickly approaching 2020 NFL regular season and you’re looking to cash in on some of the multitude of value-packed props odds wagers, then consider your ticket punched. Let’s take a closer look at some of our thoughts so you can make your bets against their NFL odds.

A Look at the 2020 NFL Odds for Passing, Rushing and Receiving Odds

Thanks to the expert insight and analysis that you’re about to get, you’re going to be able to make the most out of your fun-filled, season-long NFL player props odds wagers on a handful of passing, rushing and receiving odds. With that said, I’ve identified a pair of wagers in each category that all look like value-packed props odds wager that could help you increase your annual NFL betting haul. With all of that said, let’s get down to business.

Kyler Murray – Regular Season Passing Yards

The No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL draft had a fine rookie season in Arizona by throwing for 3,722 yards with 20 TD passes and a dozen interceptions. With the intelligent and fleet-footed signal-caller getting superstar wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins this offseason in a stunning move that shocked everyone, I’m going to say it’s a virtual lock that he reaches the 4,000-yard passing mark in 2020.

Pick: Over 3,950.5 Passing Yards

Baker Mayfield – Regular Season Passing TDs

Now heading into his third year, the 2018 No. 1 overall pick will look to rebound from a sophomore campaign that saw him take a significant step backwards from his encouraging rookie season two years ago. After tossing 27 TD passes in his first season, Mayfield threw just 22 touchdowns last season while throwing a whopping 21 interceptions. Still, I’m going to say Mayfield easily reaches at least 25 TD passes in 2020, mostly because the Browns now have a competent head coach in former Vikings coordinator Kevin Stefanski.

Pick: Over 24.5 TD Passes

Kenyan Drake – Regular Season Rushing Yards

Now heading into his fifth season in the league, Drake rushed for 817 yards in just 10 starts last season. More importantly, after picking up just 174 rushing yards in six games and two starts with Miami, Drake took off in a big way after arriving in Arizona by rushing for 643 yards and 5.2 yards per carry in eight starts. Now, as the featured back in Arizona, I’m expecting Drake to unfurl his first 1,000-yard campaign.

Pick: Over 975.5 Rushing Yards

Saquon Barkley – Regular Season Rushing Yards

The former Penn State stud put up a stellar 1,307 rushing yards a s a rookie two seasons ago but had an injury-plagued 2019 sophomore season that saw him play in just 13 games. Still, I believe Barkley has sure-fire Hall of Fame potential and will bounce back with another fantastic season to top this total. However, I must admit that making this prediction is a bit more difficult seeing as how the Giants are a poorly run organization that just a hired a head coach with zero head coaching experience. I’m going with the Over here, but this one looks like a relatively close call.

Pick: Over 1,250.5 Rushing Yards

Odell Beckham Jr. – Regular Season Receiving Yards

Beckham had just 74 receptions for 1,035 yards last season after totaling 1,052 yards in his final season with the Giants in 2018. Still, I lay the vast majority of last season’s underwhelming campaign at the feet of inconsistent quarterback Baker Mayfield and I expect better out of both in 2020 with Cleveland hiring widely-respected offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski as their new head coach. Outside of injury, there’s no reason why the supremely gifted OBJ shouldn’t reach 1,100 receiving yards at the very least in 2020.

Pick: Over 1,050.5 Receiving Yards

CeeDee Lamb – Regular Season Receiving Yards

Lamb was widely projected to be the top wide receiver taken in the 2020 NFL draft, but he went off the board as the third wideout taken when Dallas wisely drafted the former Oklahoma star with the 17th overall pick. Now, as he gets set to join Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper to form what could be one of the best trios in the league, I’m expecting Lamb to have a huge hand in the Cowboys’ offense this coming season. After racking up 2,585 receiving yards for the Sooners the last two seasons, including 1,327 yards last season, I’m thinking Lamb will not only top this manageable total, but he’s going to shatter it by approaching 1,000 receiving yards in his first season in the league.

Pick: Over 750.5 Receiving Yards