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2019 NFL Individual Season Props: Who’s Going to Lead the League on Offense?

Davante Adams #17 of the Green Bay Packers catches a pass for a touchdown in front of Greg Mabin #26 of the San Francisco 49ers during the second half at Lambeau Field on October 15, 2018 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

The 2019 NFL season is just around the corner, and as football fans across the world anxiously await the season-opening game between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears on September 5, sportsbooks are loading up with prop specials.

Online shop Bovada has released a litany of props for which men will lead the league in the major statistical offensive categories. That includes quarterback options such as which signal-caller will throw for the most touchdowns and yards, odds on rushing touchdowns and rushing yards leaders for running backs, and props on which wide receivers will end the campaign with the most receiving touchdowns and yards.

Mahomes, Luck Leading the Way for QBs

As far as the quarterback odds go, it’s a bit surprising to see Patrick Mahomes not getting the solo favorite tag. Fresh off a dominant MVP season in 2018 in which he threw for 50 touchdowns and 5,097 passing yards, Mahomes is the +450 co-favorite to once again lead the NFL in TDs along with Andrew Luck. The Kansas City Chiefs gunslinger is the +450 front-runner to collect the most passing yards, however. Sticking with the +450 theme, those are also his odds to win NFL MVP in 2019.

Elliott and Barkley are in a League of Their Own

Oddsmakers are clearly expecting yet another massive season out of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, as the Ohio State product is the +300 fave to pace the NFL in rushing yards. Saquon Barkley (+450) is the only other major threat to beat Elliott, with Todd Gurley (+1400) and Derrick Henry (+1400) well back of the pair.

Stage is Set for Another Huge Year for Adams

Julio Jones has never had an issue racking up receiving yards in his NFL career, and the Atlanta Falcons superstar wideout is the heavy +375 favorite to end the 2019 season as the receiving yards leader. Much to the chagrin of his fantasy owners, Jones has never been a touchdown machine, but he did finish with eight scores in 2018 along with a career-high 1,677 receiving yards.

When it comes to receiving touchdown leader odds, it’s a three-way tie at the top of the list between Davante Adams, DeAndre Hopkins and Travis Kelce at +1200. It’s a bit shocking to see a tight end so high, yet Kelce has established himself as one of the top catching threats in the NFL and is coming off a 2018 season in which he finished with 1,336 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Personally, Adams is my choice in this regard. The 26-year-old came into his own last year as Aaron Rodgers’ top target in the Green Bay Packers offense, and new head coach Matt LaFleur has made no secret that he’s going to let Rodgers air it out as often as possible going forward. Adams is already one of the top wide receivers in the NFL, but don’t be surprised if he reaches another level in 2019.

Take a look at the book’s full list of odds:

2019 NFL Regular-Season Props

Who will record the most passing touchdowns in the 2019 NFL season?
  • Andrew Luck +450
  • Patrick Mahomes +450
  • Matt Ryan +700
  • Aaron Rodgers +900
  • Baker Mayfield +1400
  • Ben Roethlisberger +1800
  • Philip Rivers +1800
  • Tom Brady +2000
  • Carson Wentz +2000
  • Drew Brees +2000
  • Jameis Winston +2500
  • Russell Wilson +3000
  • Deshaun Watson +3000
  • Kirk Cousins +3300
  • Jared Goff +3500
  • Jimmy Garoppolo +3500
  • Kyler Murray +5000
  • Derek Carr +6500
  • Sam Darnold +7500
  • Nick Foles +8500
  • Dak Prescott +8500
  • Cam Newton +10000
  • Andy Dalton +10000
  • Matthew Stafford +10000
  • Mitchell Trubisky +10000
Who will record the most passing yards in the 2019 NFL season?
  • Patrick Mahomes +450
  • Matt Ryan +500
  • Aaron Rodgers +800
  • Andrew Luck +800
  • Ben Roethlisberger +800
  • Jameis Winston +1000
  • Baker Mayfield +1400
  • Drew Brees +1800
  • Philip Rivers +2000
  • Tom Brady +2500
  • Jared Goff +3000
  • Kirk Cousins +3300
  • Carson Wentz +4000
  • Jimmy Garoppolo +5000
  • Kyler Murray +5000
  • Matthew Stafford +5000
  • Deshaun Watson +5000
  • Derek Carr +6600
  • Russell Wilson +8000
  • Nick Foles +10000
  • Sam Darnold +10000
  • Cam Newton +10000
  • Andy Dalton +10000
Who will record the most receiving touchdowns in the 2019 NFL season?
  • Davante Adams +1200
  • DeAndre Hopkins +1200
  • Travis Kelce +1200
  • Odell Beckham Jr. +1600
  • JuJu Smith-Schuster +1600
  • Julio Jones +1600
  • Antonio Brown +1600
  • Michael Thomas +1800
  • Mike Evans +2000
  • Tyreek Hill +2500
  • Eric Ebron +2500
  • Amari Cooper +2800
  • A.J. Green +2800
  • Adam Thielen +3000
  • Tyler Lockett +3000
  • T.Y. Hilton +3300
  • Alshon Jeffery +3300
  • Calvin Ridley +3300
  • Keenan Allen +3300
  • Stefon Diggs +4000
  • Zach Ertz +5000
  • Mecole Hardman +5000
  • Kenny Stills +5000
  • Jared Cook +5000
  • Jimmy Graham +5000
  • Brandin Cooks +5000
  • Cooper Kupp +5000
  • D.J. Moore +6000
  • Robby Anderson +6000
  • Mike Williams +6000
  • Marvin Jones Jr. +6000
  • N’Keal Harry +6000
  • Will Fuller +6000
  • O.J. Howard +6500
  • Robert Woods +6500
  • George Kittle +6500
  • Hunter Henry +6500
  • Kenny Golladay +6500
  • Chris Godwin +6500
  • Austin Hooper +6500
  • Vance McDonald +6500
  • Sammy Watkins +7500
  • Allen Robinson +7500
  • Julian Edelman +7500
  • David Njoku +7500
  • Demaryius Thomas +8000
  • Devin Funchess +8000
  • Christian McCaffrey +8000
  • Courtland Sutton +8500
  • Saquon Barkley +10000
  • Sterling Shepard +10000
  • Tyrell Williams +10000
  • Trey Burton +10000
  • Tyler Boyd +10000
  • Albert Wilson +10000
  • Emmanuel Sanders +10000
  • Evan Engram +10000
  • Geronimo Allison +10000
  • Golden Tate +10000
  • DeSean Jackson +10000
  • D.K. Metcalf +10000
  • Dante Pettis +10000
  • Marquise Brown +10000
  • Marquise Goodwin +10000
  • Jack Doyle +10000
  • James White +10000
  • Jarvis Landry +10000
Who will record the most receiving yards in the 2019 NFL season?
  • Julio Jones +375
  • DeAndre Hopkins +650
  • Michael Thomas +950
  • Odell Beckham Jr. +1100
  • Mike Evans +1400
  • JuJu Smith-Schuster +1500
  • Antonio Brown +1500
  • Adam Thielen +1800
  • T.Y. Hilton +1800
  • Tyreek Hill +1800
  • Keenan Allen +2200
  • Davante Adams +2200
  • A.J. Green +3300
  • Travis Kelce +3300
  • Amari Cooper +4000
  • George Kittle +5000
  • Brandin Cooks +6000
  • DeSean Jackson +7500
  • Zach Ertz +7500
  • Robert Woods +7500
  • Stefon Diggs +7500
  • Kenny Golladay +7500
  • Julian Edelman +7500
  • N’Keal Harry +8000
  • Chris Godwin +8000
  • Demaryius Thomas +10000
  • Keke Coutee +10000
Who will record the most rushing touchdowns in the 2019 NFL season?
  • Ezekiel Elliott +800
  • Saquon Barkley +800
  • Todd Gurley +1200
  • Derrick Henry +1200
  • Nick Chubb +1400
  • James Conner +1800
  • Alvin Kamara +1800
  • Le’Veon Bell +2000
  • Marlon Mack +2000
  • Christian McCaffrey +2000
  • Melvin Gordon +2000
  • Sony Michel +2200
  • Darrell Henderson +2500
  • Joe Mixon +2500
  • Chris Carson +3000
  • Aaron Jones +3000
  • Kyler Murray +3300
  • Leonard Fournette +3300
  • Damien Williams +3500
  • Devonta Freeman +4000
  • David Johnson +4000
  • David Montgomery +4000
  • Dalvin Cook +4500
  • Latavius Murray +4500
  • Phillip Lindsay +4500
  • Kerryon Johnson +5000
  • Mark Ingram +5000
  • Josh Allen (BUF) +5000
  • Josh Jacobs +5000
  • Miles Sanders +6000
  • Peyton Barber +6500
  • Ronald Jones +6500
  • Kenyan Drake +6500
  • Lamar Jackson +6500
  • Jordan Howard +6500
  • Derrius Guice +6500
  • Frank Gore +6500
  • Deshaun Watson +6500
  • Lamar Miller +7500
  • Matt Breida +10000
  • LeSean McCoy +10000
  • Dak Prescott +10000
  • Adrian Peterson +10000
  • Cam Newton +10000
  • Carlos Hyde +10000
  • Rashaad Penny +10000
  • Tarik Cohen +10000
  • Tevin Coleman +10000
  • Jerick McKinnon +10000
Who will record the most rushing yards in the 2019 NFL season?
  • Ezekiel Elliott +300
  • Saquon Barkley +450
  • Todd Gurley +1400
  • Derrick Henry +1400
  • Le’Veon Bell +1600
  • Nick Chubb +1800
  • Melvin Gordon +2000
  • Joe Mixon +2000
  • Dalvin Cook +2500
  • Leonard Fournette +2500
  • James Conner +2800
  • David Johnson +3300
  • Christian McCaffrey +3300
  • Kerryon Johnson +3300
  • Chris Carson +3300
  • Marlon Mack +3300
  • Miles Sanders +4000
  • Kenyan Drake +4000
  • Phillip Lindsay +4000
  • Aaron Jones +4000
  • Sony Michel +5000
  • Alvin Kamara +5000
  • Derrius Guice +5000
  • Devonta Freeman +5000
  • Lamar Miller +5000
  • Jordan Howard +5000
  • Josh Jacobs +5000
  • Mark Ingram +5000
  • Damien Williams +5500
  • LeSean McCoy +6600
  • Adrian Peterson +6600
  • Latavius Murray +7500
  • Ronald Jones +7500
  • Tevin Coleman +8000
  • Matt Breida +8000
  • David Montgomery +9500
  • Jerick McKinnon +10000
  • Peyton Barber +10000

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