2020 NFL Regular Season Player Props Predictions

Today, we’re going to discuss my top three 2020 NFL regular season player props.

I’ve already predicted my 2020 NFL rushing leaders earlier in the month, so today we’re going to focus on some of the other NFL regular season player props on the betting board at MyBookie.

MyBookie have hundreds of player props on the betting board right now.

NFL Player Prop Best Bets

Lamar Jackson Regular Season Passing TDs in 2020

Prop Odds: Over 26.5 Passing TDs (-120) vs. Under 26.5 Passing TDs (-120)

Baltimore retained most of their skill position players this off-season.

Lamar Jackson threw 36 passing touchdowns in 2019, which was more than any other QB. Will he be able to exceed that mark in 2020? Unlikely. However, we’re getting a great line here.

Jackson only needs to throw 27+ passing TDs for us to hit the over on this NFL prop. But do you believe in the Madden Curse? Jackson will grace the cover of EA Sports’ Madden 21.

Last season, eight players on the Ravens had 2+ receiving TDs. Only two of those players are gone – Seth Roberts (2 TDs) and Hayden Hurst (2 TDs). With defenses being unable to sell out to stop the pass because of Jackson’s speed, I don’t see any way he doesn’t throw for 27+ passing TDs.

I expect more out of WR3 Miles Boykin this season as well. He was only targeted 22 times last season and he hauled in just 13 receptions, but three of those receptions went for touchdowns.

If Boykin can get the football in his hands more often in 2020, look for him to have a breakout year.

Best Bet: Lamar Jackson Over 26.5 Passing TDs (-120) at MyBookie

Matthew Stafford Regular Season Passing TDs in 2020

Prop Odds: Over 26.5 Passing TDs (-130) vs. Under 26.5 Passing TDs (-110)

Matthew Stafford has been medically cleared and he’s going to be 100% to start the season.

As long as he can stay healthy, there’s no way he doesn’t throw for 27+ passing TDs. This seems like another very soft line to me and I don’t mind paying the –130 price here.

 


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Stafford only played in eight games before getting injured last season. However, in those games, he tossed 19 passing TDs. He had 3+ passing TDs in five of the eight games he played in 2019.

Prior to his injury, Stafford was on pace to throw 38 passing TDs, which would have led the NFL.

Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevel transformed the Detroit Lions passing offense in his first year with the team. He’s back in 2020 and with Stafford healthy, this should be an easy prop to cash.

Kenny Golladay (11 TDs in 2019) and Marvin Jones (9 TDs in 2019) are both back as well.

Best Bet: Matthew Stafford Over 26.5 Passing TDs (-130) at MyBookie

Russell Wilson Regular Season Passing Yards in 2020

Prop Odds: Over 4000.5 Passing Yards (-125) vs. Under 4000.5 Passing Yards (-115)

This is another prop that I love and seems to be a very soft line.

Russell Wilson threw for 4110 yards (6th) last season. He only threw for 300+ passing yards three times in 2019, so I expect him to improve upon those numbers in 2020.

First off, the NFC West is going to be extremely tough. The Seahawks don’t have the defense they once had, so the team is likely to be playing from behind more often.

Tyler Lockett (1057 receiving yards) and DK Metcalf (900 receiving yards) are both back.

The Seahawks also made two nice additions in Phillip Dorsett (397 receiving yards in 2019 with NE) and Greg Olsen (597 receiving yards in 2019 with CAR). Both will produce with Wilson.

Wilson loves his TE and with Olsen in town, TE production should be much better in 2020.

Wilson has thrown for 4000+ passing yards in three of the last five seasons. He just missed throwing for 4000+ yards in 2017. His only rough year was 2018 (3448 passing yards).

Best Bet: Russell Wilson Over 4000.5 Passing Yards (-125) at MyBookie

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