A Guide To Player Props Bet

There is an increase in the popularity of NFL player props. More legal U.S. sportsbooks are not only offering player props within their betting portfolio, but they are doing so with greater focus and variety than ever before.What is an NFL player prop?NFL props are side wagers not determined by the outcome of the game. Typically, they have to do with player statistics. When betting them, you’re rooting for the outcome you picked to happen during the game, but the result of an NFL player prop is independent of the game result. One reason for the growth in popularity of NFL player props is because they are attractive to daily fantasy sports (DFS) players and general fantasy football competitors alike. With those games built around individual player output, transitioning to NFL player props as a form of entertainment or a more severe endeavor is natural.Example of an NFL player propAn example of an NFL player prop could be an over/under total Patrick Mahomes’ passing yards in a game. Like standard bets, you will often find these with a betting line for both sides of the wager.Mahomes over 315.5 passing yards (-140)Mahomes under 315.5 passing yards (+120)Using this example, a $110 wager on the over can win a bettor $76.92 for a total payout of $186.92 should Mahomes throw for more than 315.5 passing yards. A $110 wager on the under would return $120 for a total payout of $230 should Mahomes throw for less than 315.5 yards.You will also frequently see two sides of an NFL player prop with equal pricing, such as -110 or -120.Another example of an NFL player prop is a yes/no proposition. Such as, will Saquon Barkley score a touchdown?Barkley to score a touchdown (-320)Barkley not to score a touchdown (+270)Yes/no player props can also be displayed as over/under 0.5.The more popular a player is, the higher the likelihood that more player props will be available for that player.Types of NFL player propsThere are different NFL props types available. Here are a few of the types of NFL player props you can see listed in a sportsbook: QB passing yards, QB completions, QB interceptions, RB rushing yards, RB touchdowns, RB rushing plus receiving yards, WR receiving yards, WR receptions, and Two-player head-to-head props.Where can you bet NFL player props?NFL player props are widely available at legal U.S. sportsbooks, and the selection is growing. If you search online, there are only a few regulated sports betting operators that regularly offer NFL player props. The operators are known for their extensive props offering for the Super Bowl every year, including a ton of NFL player props. Please look at the Online Sports Betting section for more on where you can bet NFL player props. There is no dearth of available outlets to wager on NFL props, but that doesn’t mean you should dive in with the first sportsbook you see. As with any sports bet, it is important to shop around for the best price you can find.

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