Betting NFL Props


Betting NFL PropsWhat makes NFL betting even more exciting? NFL proposition bets.

Aside from traditional moneyline, spread, and totals bets on individual games, prop bets add some additional flair to games. Not all prop bets are made the same though and the variety of them adds an additional layer of fun.

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Types of NFL Props

Not all prop bets are created equal. There are NFL player props which are those bets on a certain player and an outcome in a game. For example, you can bet on a quarterback throwing over or under a certain amount of passing yards or touchdown passes.

You can bet on NFL team props too. These are wagers on the performance of an entire team. For example, you might wager on how many touchdowns or field goals a team will score in a given game.

NFL game props are not specific to a player or a team, just a game. For example, bettors can wager on whether or not a safety will be scored in a game.

Then, there are all of the NFL season props. These include bets on who will win the NFL Most Valuable Player, who will win the Super Bowl, and more.

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First Props

Some of the more popular NFL props involve which team or player will do something first in a game. For example, which player will score a game’s first touchdown?

In last year’s Super Bowl, you would have been a winner if you bet on the San Francisco 49ers at -110 to score first. You would also have been a winner if you bet on Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes at +1400 to score the game’s first touchdown.

First-type prop bets are not limited to just Super Bowls. You can get in on these bets each week during the NFL season. In Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season, one bettor laid down $100 on Bears rookie TE Cole Kmet to score the first touchdown of a game between Chicago and Carolina.

Kmet caught a 9-yard pass from Bears QB Nick Foles to open the scoring in the game against the Panthers. The $100 wager paid out $10,100 to the winner.


Finding Value in NFL Prop Bets

Week 9 of the 2020 NFL season featured a number of strong player proposition bets. The first was Buffalo WR Stefon Diggs. He is the Bills No. 1 receiver and the prop bet for Buffalo’s game with Seattle was Diggs Over/Under 72.5 receiving yards. The Over was listed at -115. Diggs caught nine passes for 118 yards.

Carolina’s Christian McCaffrey returned from injury to play in the Panthers game against Kansas City in Week 9. McCaffrey’s rushing total was listed Over/Under 50.5 yards. The last time a McCaffrey total was listed so low was, well, possibly never. At -110, betting the Over was a given. McCaffrey ran for 69 yards and a touchdown.

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Oftentimes, bettors can dig deep into the board and find some outliers that end up paying off. In Week 9, Minnesota TE Irv Smith, who had not caught a touchdown pass all season, caught two in a win over the Lions. 

One lucky bettor got in on the player prop Irv Smith to score two touchdowns at +4500. The $200 wager paid out $9,200.

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