Player Props – Most Rushing Yards 2018 Season

Player to Record the Most Rushing Yards in the 2018 Regular Season
Ezekiel Elliott (DAL)                     9/2
Le’Veon Bell (PIT)                      11/2
Todd Gurley (LAR)                       6/1
David Johnson (ARI)                  13/2
Leonard Fournette (JAC)           15/2
Dalvin Cook (MIN)                       8/1
Kareem Hunt (KC)                      17/2
Saquon Barkley (NYG)               10/1
Melvin Gordon (LAC)                 20/1
Jordan Howard (CHI)                 22/1
Devonta Freeman (ATL)            25/1
Jay Ajayi (PHI)                           33/1
Alex Collins (BAL)                      33/1
Derrick Henry (TEN)                  40/1
LeSean McCoy (BUF)               50/1
Joe Mixon (CIN)                        50/1
Derrius Guice (WAS)                 66/1
Jerick Mckinnon (SF)                 66/1
Kenyan Drake (MIA)                  80/1
Alvin Kamara (NO)                    80/1
Ronald Jones (TB)                    100/1
Marshawn Lynch (OAK)            100/1
Lamar Miller (HOU)                   100/1
Rashaad Penny (SEA)              100/1
Field                                            33/1
Data courtesy of Bovada.

All the NFL Suspensions for 2018 in One Place

Jameis Winston is the latest player to be suspended by the NFL after his incident with an Uber driver last winter. Jameis’ incident is not a typical case, most suspensions in the NFL are drug-related.
Whether player-enhancing or player-relaxing, most suspensions fall under those two categories. As of right now there are 12 players suspended for PEDs and two for marijuana-related charges.
Below is a list of all the players currently suspended, their charges and the length of their suspensions:
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This table will be consistently updated as new players are suspended
Added notes:
Vontaze Burfict: Claimed it was Adderall in his defense hearing. That would be substance abuse not a PED under NFL rules. The NFL denied his appeal.
Mark Ingram: Claims he tested positive for a substance that is allowed under the NFL rules. The NFL denied his appeal.
Josh Huff: Released by the Eagles after his arrest. He was arrested for unlawful possession of a firearm and marijuana under 50 grams when he was pulled over for speeding.
Roy Miller: He was waived from the Chiefs after being arrested on domestic battery charges. While the NFL declined to say that was the reason for his suspension, it’s not hard to connect the dots.
Jameis Winston: Last February, an Uber driver alleged that Winston grabbed her crotch. The investigation lasted seven months but it was reported he was receiving a three-game suspension on June 21st.