NFL Prop Betting

NFL Prop Betting Guide


NFL Football Betting Guide

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Top Bodog NFL Player Props 

As we all saw this past week, playoff football reaches new levels of excitement and drama as the Super Bowl nears. A thrilling overtime victory by the Kansas City Chiefs over the Buffalo Bills, the last-second winning field goal by the Bengals’ Evan McPherson, or the punt block-turned touchdown by San Francisco’s special teams made for some unforgettable moments. 

Along with the excitement of the in-game play, NFL prop betting draws the masses to Bodog’s Specials page in the leadup to game day. We offer a plethora of player props to diversify your bet slip with some of the most popular props centered on QB performances, like total passing yards, dominant running backs, including total rushing yards, and the postseason’s top passing targets. Our props are constantly being updated, so check into the NFL Props and Specials page as we approach this Sunday’s Conference Championship games.

Most Passing TDs

After watching Mahomes and Josh Allen throw for a ridiculous seven touchdowns in the AFC Divisional game, it’s easy to get excited for another round of elite QBs in the Championship game. Gun slinger and former MVP Patrick Mahomes has been here before, while second-year pro Joe Burrow will make his Championship game debut on Sunday. Burrow is coming off of an impressive regular season that saw him toss 34 TDs, and you can bet he’ll be eager to take on the MVP and show that he’s part of the elite QBs in the NFL. 

In the NFC, the only thing standing in the way of Matthew Stafford setting the tone for the QB TDs is the stifling 49ers defense that held Aaron Rogers off of the scoresheet. This is truly a game of offensive prowess against defense, so we’ll have to see who blinks first. 

Most Passing Yards

LA Rams QB Matthew Stafford had the third most productive passing season of his career in 2021-22. 4,486 yards through the air was good for third in the NFL this season, so the veteran QB is an obvious prop betting target this week in the category of most passing yards, where he checks in at +500 to accumulate the most passing yards through the entire postseason. Ahead of him at -350 is Mahomes, who already leads the category at 782 yards in postseason play. 

Most Receiving Yards

It’s Cooper Kupp’s league and everyone else is just playing in it this season. With such strong chemistry with Stafford, Kupp has continued his excellent play into the postseason, where he’s the leader for receiving yards at 244 and is the favouite for most passing yards in the postseason at -120.

Most Rushing Yards

While Cincinnati’s Joe Mixon may be the obvious choice for the rushing yard prop, given his third-most rushing yards during the regular season in the NFL, the postseason has been a different story.  Mixon has run for 102 yards (sixth) and is third on the props board at +450 odds. San Francisco rushing force Elijah Mitchell is the -125 favourite for the postseason, averaging 74.5 yards per game during the playoffs. You can be sure that Kyle Shanahan will be bent on keeping Stafford off the field with long possessions controlled by the 49ers’ run attack.

*Odds as of January 25th, 2022


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