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As if 2020 wasn’t already crazy enough – controversial wide receiver Antonio Brown has returned to the NFL, joining the powerhouse team that is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The move comes as a bit of a shock considering how things were left between Brown and the NFL in 2019. At the beginning of this year, online sportsbook Bodog had offered betting odds on whether Brown would see a jail cell in 2020, with the odds initially opening at +700 before shrinking to +250 within 24 hours of the prop’s release.

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Now that he is officially back in the NFL, sportsbooks have come out with Antonio Brown prop odds for how he will fare for the rest of the 2020 season. The props offer OVER/UNDER totals on how many catches, receiving yards and touchdowns he will amass this season.

Here are the Antonio Brown prop odds for the remainder of the season:

how many catches will Antonio Brown Have?
OVER 29.5-120
UNDER 29.5-120

Odds as of October 29 at Bovada

Are There Enough Catches To Go Around?

Tom Brady pushed hard for Brown to come back and join the Buccaneers as they look to become the first team ever to win the Super Bowl at their home stadium. Tampa Bay already boasts elite offensive weapons in Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Rob Gronkowski, Cameron Brate, Ronald Jones and Scotty Miller, giving Brady the offense of his dreams that was lacking for many years in New England.

Speaking of the Patriots, Brady recruited Brown in 2019 to join him in New England, after the drama in Oakland had subsided. Brown joined the Patriots for one game, against the Miami Dolphins, and caught four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown before the team released him amid sexual assault allegations against him.

We know Brady likes to throw the ball to Brown, as we saw in that one-game performance last year. The question is whether he will be able to keep Brown happy in Tampa Bay with fewer targets if the Bucs are winning. Only time will tell, but one thing that is for sure, Brown will get his targets. I’ll take the OVER, with him grabbing about 40 catches this season.

how many receiving yards will Antonio Brown have?
OVER 329.5-120
UNDER 329.5-120

Odds as of October 29 at Bovada

Will Antonio Brown Be Able To Return To Form?

According to head coach Bruce Arians, Brown looked fantastic in his first practice with the Buccaneers. Brown is serving one more game in his eight-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy but is expected to suit up in Week 9 against the New Orleans Saints.

If Brown really did look as good as Arians said, then the league better be put on notice. If he can return to the All-Pro form of his tenure in Pittsburgh, then the Buccaneers have a legitimate chance to dominate the league.

At 32 years old, it will be interesting to see how well Brown has kept in shape as he prepares to return to the league that he once tweeted this about:

All things considered, I don’t think Brown will eclipse the 329.5-yard total in Tampa Bay, quite simply because there are too many mouths to feed. Brady and the Buccaneers will utilize Brown on third downs and in the red zone. I expect him to score a bunch of touchdowns, but in terms of making plays and playing a lot of downs, I just don’t see that in the cards with this offense.

When he returns in Week 9, he will have eight weeks to get OVER 329.5 yards, which doesn’t seem like a lot, but for now, I am taking the UNDER for receiving yards.

how many touchdowns will Antonio Brown score in 2020-21?
OVER 3-105
UNDER 3-135

Odds as of October 29 at Bovada

Will Antonio Brown Be Able To Find The End Zone?

This is the bet I am most confident in. OVER 3 touchdowns at just -105? That is easy money. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers already have one of the best offenses in the league, and when you throw Brown into the mix, that makes it a nightmare for defenses in the red zone.

If there is one thing we know about Brown, it’s that if he is engaged, he’s one of the best receivers of this past decade. He knows how to read defenses, get out of his cuts quickly, and most importantly, score touchdowns. In a five-year span from 2014 to 2019, Brown scored an average of 11.8 touchdowns per season. That is an insane clip, but it just shows how good Brown was during that time.

So when I see that oddsmakers have put the total touchdowns OVER/UNDER at just three, I think that is far too low to not bet on him. You’d better believe that Brady is going to do everything he can to get Brown the ball in his hands early and often; he might even score three in one game.

While we have to wait to see if he can be as explosive as he once was, he remains one of the deadliest red-zone targets of the last half-dozen years. I fully expect him to score anywhere from five to seven touchdowns in the eight games he’ll be in the lineup.