A new season of football in the NFL starts on Sept 10 with the Kansas City Chiefs facing the Houston Texans on Thursday night. A full complement of games fill the following Sunday’s schedule and there are two more games on Monday night as part of the Week 1 betting board. Be sure your sportsbooks NFL Regular season props.
Regular Season Props
The best way to bet on the games is through your favorite online sportsbook offering a full set of lines, odds and props. You can also group bets together into parlays, teasers and if-bets. If you are really looking to add some more excitement to the action on the field, online books also offer live in-game betting options that start after the ball has been kicked off.
Ahead of Week 1 in the NFL, online betting sites also offer any number of ways to bet on the 2020 regular season as a whole. These special season-long props cover team and player performances.
Betting season-long props is a great way to follow all the NFL action from Week 1 right through Week 17. These prop bet options also offer some of the best betting value you can find on the board. A great starting point is your favorite teams.
One of the most popular regular season team props is projected wins. This can give you a really good feeling for how all 32 teams are expected to play this season. Kansas City has one of the highest win projections (11 ½) in the entire league as defending Super Bowl Champs. The current betting odds on that total favor the OVER 11 ½ wins at -140.
It could be a long season for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Washington Football Team. The Jaguars have the lowest projected win total in the NFL at 4 ½ and Washington is a close second at 5 ½. The odds slightly favor the OVER for Jacksonville at -120. They are also set at -120 for the OVER on Washington.
Along with the Baltimore Ravens, you can get +375 odds that the Chiefs win the most games of any NFL team this season. The odds that the Jaguars lose the most games top the board at +250.
When it comes to betting props for individual players, the quarterback position tops the list. There are prop odds posted for every team’s starter covering the OVER/UNDER on:
- Total passing yards
- Total touchdown throws
- Total interceptions
- Total completions
For example, the prop odds favor the OVER at -125 on a total of 4699 ½ passing yards for Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes. His projected touchdown passes for the season are 36 ½ with the odds favoring the OVER at -165.
One of the biggest offseason stories was Tom Brady leaving New England to play quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His total passing yards this season have been set at 4225 ½ with -130 odds he goes OVER that total. Tampa Bay was ranked No. 1 in the NFL in passing yards per game last season with Jameis Winston taking the majority of the snaps at quarterback.
Replacing Brady in New England is former Carolina starter Cam Newton. He is still fighting in camp for the starting job but the posted odds for the OVER 3250 ½ total passing yards are -130. The odds are set at -120 for the OVER and UNDER on 22 ½ touchdown throws.