NFL Props to Must Bet and Earn Money this 2022-23 Upcoming Season

NFL Props to Must Bet and Earn Money this 2022-23 Upcoming Season

Like before every NFL season, football handicappers have a chance to make money off great prop future option. This year is no different. The six prop options we list below offer overlay odds. So if you agree with the assessment, there’s no reason to wait before betting. Waiting could lead to lower odds. So pull the trigger if you agree with the NFL Props Betting analysis. 

NFL Prop Bets that Should Be Money in the Bank 2022 Season

2022-23 NFL Regular Season

  • When: Sep. 8, 2022 – Jan. 8, 2023

Cincinnati to win the AFC North Division +193

The Bengals were third choice. Cincinnati has climbed to second choice ahead of the Cleveland Browns

The odds make Joe Burrow and his mates an overlay. Cincinnati not only won the conference last season, but the Bengals improved the offensive line and is the most solidified of the four AFC North teams.  

Baltimore, the favorite, could struggle on defense. Pittsburgh will break in a new quarterback and the Browns may have to start disgruntled Baker Mayfield if the NFL suspends Deshaun Watson. 

Vegas WR Davante Adams to lead the league in receiving yards +1125

Las Vegas hired Josh McDaniels as their head coach. One of McDaniels first moves was to acquire a top wide receiver for quarterback Derek Carr. Not only did McDaniels acquire a top wide out, he acquired the best in the NFL, Davante Adams.

Adams and Carr played college ball together at Fresno State. McDaniels will find ways to get the ball into Davante’s hands. Don’t be surprised when Adams leads the league in receiving yards.  

New Orleans wins the AFC South +370

Tom Brady will play another season in Tampa Bay, but the odds on New Orleans make them an easy pick to beat the Buccaneers and win the division.

New Orleans improved on offense and defense. The defense, now that Tyrann Mathieu is at strong safety, should be one of the best in the league. 

Also, the Buccaneers lost starters along the offensive line and the defense shouldn’t be as solid as it was in 2021. In addition, head coach Bruce Arians seemed surprised when Brady said he was coming back. 

We’ve got the feeling Arians had already made post-Brady plans. So there’s some questions surrounding the Bucs. 

Jets RB Breece Hall wins NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year +790

The Jets have wanted an every down running back for a while. This April, NYJ drafted a potential all-pro ball carrier in former Iowa State star Breece Hall

Hall is 6’ 1” and weighs 220 pounds. Breece ran the 40-yard dash in 4.39 seconds. Hall scored 50 rushing touchdowns and averaged 5.5 yards per carry at Iowa State. 

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year is there for Breece to grab because no other player offering odds will get as close to as many touches as he will.

Giants DE Kayvon Thibodeaux wins NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year +550

Aidan Hutchinson, the Detroit Lions defensive end, is the chalk. Of the two, Kayvon Thibodeaux appears to have a better chance of winning defensive rookie of the year.

Hutchinson should see plenty of double-teams. Although listed as a defensive end, Thibodeaux will play the will linebacker position. Kayvon will drop back in coverage, rush the quarterback, and step up and stop the run.

It’s difficult to double-team a linebacker. So for most of the Giants’ games, Kayvon will run free. When they do try to block Thibodeaux, opponents will have to put a running back on him, which means Kayvon will win almost every battle. 

Jacksonville’s Doug Pederson wins NFL Coach of the Year +1600

Jaguars’ quarterback Trevor Lawrence is giddy, which is a great sign. Lawrence kept his mouth shut while Urban Meyer tried his best to destroy the franchise. 

That’s also a great sign. It means Lawrence won’t open his mouth unless he has something to say. The thing about Jacksonville is that they improved leaps and bounds from last year’s team. 

So all Pederson must do is get the team to play hard and keep Lawrence healthy. Don’t ever forget that Doug outcoached Bill Belichick to win a Super Bowl with a backup quarterback. The man knows what he’s doing. 

 
 

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