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2018 NFL Offensive Rookie – Players You Must Bet On 0

Posted on August 28, 2018 by Joseph Falchetti

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2018 NFL Offensive Rookie – Players You Must Bet On

SportsBetting.ag Odds to Win The 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

  • Saquon Barkley +175
  • Baker Mayfield +550
  • Sam Darnold +600
  • Josh Rosen +900
  • Josh Allen +1200
  • Lamar Jackson +1200

There is a much longer list, but for I am only going to cover the top six players. For the full list of odds, head over to SportsBetting.ag as There is a much longer list. I am only going to cover the top six players I consider worth betting on this season. If you are looking into getting to bet on NFL football we recommend this NFL Football Betting Guide as a great resource.

Saquon Barkley: +175

Barkley is no doubt an electrifying player. His first ever NFL touch was a 39-yard gainer. However, I don’t feel like he’s too great of a bet at not even +200. For one, he already has a hamstring injury. He’s expected to be back for Week 1, but that’s never something you want to see happen to a running back, even before the regular season starts.

Let’s also not forget that New York’s offensive line has been “rebuilt.” And, the early results, well, they don’t look so promising. Even the best backs need a strong offensive line in front of them. Let’s also not forget that Jonathan Stewart could steal some goal-line touches. Or, the Giants may opt to the throw more in the red zone. That might mean fewer touchdowns for Barkley. Let’s also not forget that this team is not supposed to be very good. That’s my case against Barkley and why I don’t think he’s worth a bet at +175. Read the rest of this entry →

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