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Odds to Win Defensive Rookie of the Year

While the offensive rookie of the year award is often more talked about, the defensive award is just as important. Right now, Broncos DE Bradley Chubb is the favorite. Chubb definitely has the talent, but maybe more importantly, he also has a favorable situation with teams focusing blocking on Von Miller. Check the odds below

While the offensive rookie of the year award is often more talked about, the defensive award is just as important. Right now, Broncos DE Bradley Chubb is the favorite. Chubb definitely has the talent, but maybe more importantly, he also has a favorable situation with teams focusing blocking on Von Miller. Check the odds below and let us know who you like a value bet this year:

Odds to win Defensive Rookie of the Year

Bradley Chubb                          4/1

Roquan Smith                           11/2

Tremaine Edmunds                    19/2

Minkah Fitzpatrick                     14/1

Derwin James                           14/1

Denzel Ward                             14/1

Leighton Vander Esch               15/1

Jaire Alexander                         18/1

Marcus Davenport                     18/1

Rashaan Evans                         18/1

Harold Landry                           18/1

Josh Jackson                           20/1

Terrell Edmunds                        28/1

Vita Vea                                    28/1

Carlton Davis                            33/1

Donte Jackson                          33/1

Darius Leonard                          33/1

Da’Ron Payne                           33/1

Jessie Bates                             35/1

Taven Bryan                              35/1

Uchenna Nwosu                        35/1

MJ Stewart                                35/1

Kemoko Turay                           35/1

Mike Hughes                             40/1

Maurice Hurst                            40/1

Isaiah Oliver                              40/1

Breeland Speaks                       66/1

Tyquan Lewis                            70/1

PJ Hall                                      85/1

Data provided by Bovada

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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NFL Defensive Player of the Year Odds

JJ Watt                         5/1

Joey Bosa                    11/2

Aaron Donald                11/2

Khalil Mack                   11/2

Von Miller                     9/1

Jalen Ramsey               14/1

Luke Kuechley               22/1

Cameron Jordan            22/1

DeMarcus Lawrence      22/1

Chandler Jones             30/1

Calais Campbell            33/1

JJ Watt                         5/1

Joey Bosa                    11/2

Aaron Donald                11/2

Khalil Mack                   11/2

Von Miller                     9/1

Jalen Ramsey               14/1

Luke Kuechley               22/1

Cameron Jordan            22/1

DeMarcus Lawrence      22/1

Chandler Jones             30/1

Calais Campbell            33/1

Fletcher Cox                 33/1

Myles Garrett                33/1

Harrison Smith              33/1

Bobby Wagner              35/1

Tyrann Mathieu              40/1

Xavier Rhodes              40/1

Bradley Chubb              50/1

Jadaveon Clowney        50/1

Myles Jack                   50/1

Marshon Lattimore         50/1

CJ Mosley                    60/1

Deion Jones                 66/1

Eric Berry                      75/1

Everson Griffen             75/1

Malik Hooker                 75/1

Telvin Smith                  75/1

Marcus Peters               75/1

Stephon Tuitt                80/1

Kwon Alexander            85/1

Roquan Smith               85/1

Keanu Neaul                  90/1

Other players available on request

Data provided by Bovada

Notes: Two of the top four players still do not have contracts. (Aaron Donald, Rams; Khalil Mack, Raiders)

Jalen Ramsey is the only secondary player with odds better than 33/1 where safeties Harrison Smith and Bobby Wagner sit. 

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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The Prop Stop Podcast – Episode #1 – Introduction

The Prop Stop Podcast finds some of the best value props each week in the NFL and College Football. It's your guide to help cut through the clutter and find the best bets possible. This episode is just a short introduction then gets right into NFL passing yards, college football win totals and a longshot

The Prop Stop Podcast finds some of the best value props each week in the NFL and College Football. It’s your guide to help cut through the clutter and find the best bets possible. This episode is just a short introduction then gets right into NFL passing yards, college football win totals and a longshot pick.

This week’s value picks from williamhill.us:

NFL 2018 Most Passing Yards
1) Wentz (18/1)
2) Ryan (12/1)
3) Brady (4/1) (maybe)

College FB Win Totals
UCLA OVER 5 (-170)

LONGSHOT SPECIAL
Virginia to Win ACC (200/1)

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College Football Individual Stats Props

Data provided by Bovada

2018 College Football Quarterback Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season - Total Passing Yards - Justin Herbert (Oregon)

Over/Under                   3100.5

 

2018 Regular Season - Total Passing TD's - Justin Herbert (Oregon)

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2018 College Football Quarterback Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Justin Herbert (Oregon)

Over/Under                   3100.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Justin Herbert (Oregon)

Over/Under                   25.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Will Grier (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   3900.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Will Grier (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   35.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   2449.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   21.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Trace McSorley (Penn State)

Over/Under                   3450.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Trace McSorley (Penn State)

Over/Under                   25.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   2550.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   20.5

 

2018 College Football Running Back Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma)

Over/Under                   1150.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State)

Over/Under                   1374.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State)

Over/Under                   12.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   990.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Myles Gaskin (Washington)

Over/Under                   1400.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Myles Gaskin (Washington)

Over/Under                   18.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Bryce Love (Stanford)

Over/Under                   1900.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Bryce Love (Stanford)

Over/Under                   17.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   1400.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Johnathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

Over/Under                   1900.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Johnathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

Over/Under                   15.5

 

2018 College Football Wide Receiver Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving Yards – A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)

Over/Under                   1300.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving TD’s – A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving Yards – N’Keal Harry (Arizona State)

Over/Under                   1100.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving TD’s – N’Keal Harry (Arizona State)

Over/Under                   9.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving Yards – David Sills V (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   1100.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving TD’s – David Sills V (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   15.5

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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Love it or Leave it: Odds for the Heisman Trophy

Always the bridesmaid and never the bride. That old cliche encapsulates Stanford's past ten years with the Heisman trophy. Beginning with Toby Gerhart finishing second to Mark Ingram in 2009, and finishing with Bryce Love as the runner-up to Baker Mayfield last year, a Cardinal has finished second in the Heisman voting five times in

Always the bridesmaid and never the bride. That old cliche encapsulates Stanford’s past ten years with the Heisman trophy. Beginning with Toby Gerhart finishing second to Mark Ingram in 2009, and finishing with Bryce Love as the runner-up to Baker Mayfield last year, a Cardinal has finished second in the Heisman voting five times in the last nine seasons. Andrew Luck did it twice and Christian McCaffrey once, in addition to those above.

Now, if odds are to be believed, Love has the second best chance of winning the Heisman behind Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa. Will this be the year Stanford finally gets over the hump or will a Crimson Tide player steal it for the third time? 

Data provided by Westgate and updated weekly.

Player (TEAM) Opening Odds (6/8/2018) Current Odds (8/6/2018)
Bryce LOVE (STANFORD) 5/1 5/1
Jonathan TAYLOR (WISCONSIN) 7/1 8/1
Tua TAGOVAILOA (ALABAMA) 10/1 4/1
Jake FROMM (GEORGIA) 14/1 20/1
Justin HERBERT (OREGON) 14/1 20/1
Khalil TATE (ARIZONA) 14/1 20/1
D’Andre SWIFT (GEORGIA) 20/1 30/1
Jake BROWNING (WASHINGTON) 20/1 20/1
Jarrett STIDHAM (AUBURN) 20/1 25/1
J.K. DOBBINS (OHIO ST) 20/1 25/1
Kelly BRYANT (CLEMSON) 20/1 50/1
Kyler MURRAY (OKLAHOMA) 20/1 30/1
Shea PATTERSON (MICHIGAN) 20/1 25/1
Trace McSORLEY (PENN ST) 20/1 15/1
Will GRIER (WEST VIRGINIA) 20/1 15/1
Cam AKERS (FLORIDA ST) 25/1 50/1
Deondre FRANCOIS (FLORIDA ST) 25/1 50/1
Dwayne HASKINS (OHIO ST) 25/1 20/1
Drew LOCK (MISSOURI) 30/1 30/1
Rodney ANDERSON (OKLAHOMA) 30/1 20/1
Damien HARRIS (ALABAMA) 40/1 20/1
Nick FITZGERALD (MISSISSIPPI ST) 40/1 60/1
Travis ETIENNE (CLEMSON) 40/1 100/1
Brandon WIMBUSH (NOTRE DAME) 50/1 80/1
McKenzie MILTON (UCF) 50/1 100/1
Myles GASKIN (WASHINGTON) 50/1 100/1
Ed OLIVER (HOUSTON) 80/1 60/1
J.D SPIELMAN (NEBRASKA) 80/1 100/1
J.T. DANIELS (USC) 80/1 100/1
Justice HILL (OKLAHOMA ST) 80/1 100/1
Nick BOSA (OHIO ST) 80/1 100/1
David SILLS (WEST VIRGINIA) 100/1 100/1
Dexter LAWRENCE (CLEMSON) 100/1 100/1
Jake BENTLEY (SOUTH CAROLINA) 100/1 100/1
Ryan FINLEY (NC STATE) 100/1 100/1
Sam EHLINGER (TEXAS) 100/1 100/1
Stephen CARR (USC) 100/1 100/1
Trevor LAWRENCE (CLEMSON) 60/1 40/1
Alex HORNIBROOK (WISCONSIN) 100/1 150/1
Jalen HURD (BAYLOR) 300/1 300/1
AJ DILLON (BOSTON COLLEGE) 50/1 50/1
Benny SNELL JR (KENTUCKY) 300/1 300/1
Deebo SAMUEL (SOUTH CAROLINA) 200/1 200/1

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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