Best NFL Player Props Week 1: Season Long Bets – Mark Andrews to the Moon!

TE Mark Andrews

At long last. NFL Week 1 is here (almost). There are plenty of storylines circulating ahead of Week 1, including a number of quarterback matchups that feature players against their former teams. Nonetheless, it is time to circle some prop bets and go for some season-long prop bets. If you are looking for NFL odds for week 1, we have you covered too.

When it comes to prop bets in the NFL, it is always difficult to guess, especially since everything changes so quickly in the league. But, there are plenty of NFL player prop bets that seem to be an easy win and should earn you some extra money.

NFL Player Props Week 1

NFL prop bets are some of the most difficult to bet on, especially with the pure uncertainty of the NFL on a year-to-year basis. However, let’s discuss three player props that are season long that seem like easy calls with the 2022 NFL season right around the corner.

NFL Prop Bet: Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews, O/U 950.5 receiving yards

We will start with this simply because this might be the easiest bet you will make all season long. Mark Andrews over/under is at 950.5, and if you don’t smash the over on this bet, then really, what are you doing?

Andrews was sensational in 2021, finishing the regular season with a career-high in yards (1,361), catches (107), and posting nine touchdowns, the second-most of his career. With Lamar Jackson playing for a massive contract, and the Ravens lacking wide receiving options after trading away Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown, Andrews should absolutely crush this number if he remains healthy.

Furthermore, there is a clear path to Andrews eclipsing the 1,361 yards he posted in 2021, and this could be the easiest NFL prop bet you make in all of 2022.

Don’t think twice about Daniel Jones over/under 3450.5 passing yards

Talk about easy bets: Here’s another one. The New York Giants have a ton of question marks on the roster, and Daniel Jones might be the biggest of them all. If Jones doesn’t improve this season, he might not be in the NFL much longer.

Since coming into the league out of Duke, he has been inconsistent, at best, and new head coach Brian Daboll has no patience at all. There are risky bets, but this prop bet really isn’t very risky. In 2021, Jones threw for 2,428 yards in just 11 games and only 10 touchdowns. Tyrod Taylor followed Daboll from the Buffalo Bills, and if Jones doesn’t perform well, it might be TyGod time in New York.

Smash this UNDER for Jones and the Giants. If we’re being honest, Jones probably doesn’t even start half the games this season. This might be the easiest prop bet there is. Hammer it home! Furthermore, go ahead and double down on his over/under of 325.5 rushing yards and enjoy some cold, hard cash.

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Rashaad Penny: over/under 749.5 rushing yards

This number seems REALLY low. Chris Carson retired, and Michigan State star RB Kenneth Walker is still nursing an injury with Week 1 right around the corner. Furthermore, Geno Smith was announced as the starter, and if he plays badly, then in comes Drew Lock.

The passing offense should take a massive hit, and this means bell-cow time for Rashaad Penny. At the end of last season, Penny exploded and showed everybody why Seattle drafted him in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Penny had 130 or more yards rushing in four of his last five games, including 170 and 190 in the final two weeks of the season.

With so much uncertainty on offense, there is a crystal-clear path to Penny getting 15-20 carries a game, and if last year was any indication, he could easily blow by this number and hit 1,000 yards. Sit back, place some money on Penny, but don’t expect Seattle to win very many games in 2022.

You could nearly double your money by betting the over on Penny. Moreover, on a contract year, he should flourish and cross that cherished 1,000-yard threshold.

Long Shot NFL Player Prop Bet: Jonathan Taylor Over/Under 1350.5 rushing yards (-142)

This seems odd, especially after an MVP-caliber season from Taylor in 2021, but I’d go with the under here. Matt Ryan is an upgrade over Carson Wentz and Alec Pierce should catch a decent amount of balls this season. Plus, Michael Pittman Jr. should be a Pro Bowl wide receiver with Ryan throwing him passes. The Colt’s offense could throw the ball much more than they did last season, meaning less work for Taylor.

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