NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year odds

NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year Odds: Bijan Robinson Clear Favorite

With the NFL draft in the rearview, the 2023 NFL rookie class has taken shape.

We know which young guns will be playing where and have a general idea of who's gonna get real playing time. But, which rookie will be the best?

Before taking a look at Defensive Rookie of the Year odds, here are the lines for which offensive rookies can win the NFL's 2023 ORoY award:

Bijan Robinson Leads NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year Odds

2023 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds
Bijan Robinson+275
Bryce Young+400
Anthony Richardson+550
CJ Stroud+900
Jahmyr Gibbs+900
Jaxon Smith-Njigba+1200
Jordan Addison+1600
Quentin Johnson+1600
Will Levis+2500
Zay Flowers+2500
Devon Achane+2800
Roschon Johnson+3300
Rashee Rice+3300

Odds as of May 29th, 2023

For the third season in a row, the Atlanta Falcons went offensive skill position with their first-round pick. Bijan Robinson will try to join Kyle Pitts (TE) and Drake London (WR) as an immediate impact weapon.

With Desmond Ridder expected to slide in at QB, it's safe to assume a runner like Robinson will have plenty of opportunity to win Offensive Rookie of the Year. Last year with Texas he ran for 1580 yards, 6.1 yards per carry, and 18 touchdowns on the ground. The NFL isn't quite as easy as the Big 12, but I wouldn't be shocked if Robinson was able to put up a similar season with Atlanta.

Offensive Rookie of the Year Value Picks: Anthony Richardson (+550)

Just 12 months from now, we could be tossing around the bust tag with Anthony Richardson. But, I also wouldn't be surprised if we're hailing him as the next big thing and a regular NFL MVP candidate. That volatility is what makes AR a great ORoY value pick.

There isn't much preventing Richardson from snatching Indy's starting QB job and running with it. If he can find even average command for a ~60% completion rate, the Florida product's two-way dynamic play at the QB position should allow him to rack up yardage in the air and on the ground. If things click, he'll run away (literally) with the Rookie of the Year.

Zay Flowers (+2500)

Flowers is going to be a day-one starter for a Ravens offense that has plenty of unknowns. With Todd Monken in at offensive coordinator, the Baltimore attack could be much more pass-focused than many people think. And the Ravens' 2023 first-round pick will benefit.

Last year Devin Duvernay had 407 yards and three scores from the Ravens' slot position. Flowers will provide Lamar Jackson with a faster and more talented weapon in that slot spot for Monken to scheme up easy passes to. If Flowers stays healthy, he could be the most targeted WR on Baltimore's new offense.

It doesn't hurt Flowers' chances that the last two Offensive Rookies of the Year have been receivers, either.

Roschon Johnson (+3300)

Bijan may have been the big dog in Texas last year, but Roschon Johnson could surprise people. While he had just 94 attempts as Texas' second rushing option last year, Johnson was just as efficient (6.0 yards per carry) as the RB1.

Out from the shadow of Robinson, Johnson could shine in Chicago. He joins a Bears running back room that just lost David Montgomery and is looking for a new weapon to carry the load. D'Onta Foreman and Khalil Herbert are okay options, but neither will prevent Johnson from stealing the RB1 job.

Recent NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Winners

Last 10 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Winners
2022WR Garrett Wilson
2021WR Ja'Marr Chase
2020QB Justin Herbert
2019QB Kyler Murray
2018RB Saquon Barkley
2017RB Alvin Kamara
2016QB Dak Prescott
2015QB Todd Gurley
2014WR Odell Beckham Jr.
2014RB Eddie Lacy

How To Bet NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year Odds

At any NFL betting site, you’ll see offensive rookie prop odds laid out like this:

Bijan Robinson -325

Zay Flowers +215

Unlike a traditional bet where there is a clear favorite and underdog, the player with the lowest odds is the fave. The rest are considered dogs. If you think Robinson is the way to go, and you bet $100, you’d get a payout of $130.77 – you get your original money back along with your winnings of $30.77. Conversely, if you believe Flowers is going to win it, that same $100 would give you $315 – your $100 is coupled with the $215 you’d win.

Our Odds Calculator is a tool that will show you what you’d win based on the amount you bet and the odds offered.

What Is A Prop Bet On NFL Offensive Rookies?

To wager on something like the OROY, you would be making a prop bet. This is a bet based on the occurrence or non-occurrence of specific milestones that may not correlate directly to the outcome of a certain matchup.

For instance, a contender for this award could play on a mediocre squad yet still be in the running due to his on-field prowess. It wouldn’t matter if his team wins football games or not, as long as he’s racking up yards and catches.

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year FAQ

Can I bet on the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year?

Yes, you can bet on the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. You can also bet on other NFL futures such as Defensive Rookie of the Year and NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Just make sure you have a registered online betting account first, so that you’re able to bet on these bad boys.

Who is the favorite to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year?

Steelers WR George Pickens is the current betting favorite to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Pickens has odds of +800 to win the award.

Who won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2021?

It was Cincinnati Bengals WR Ja’Marr Chase who won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award in 2021. The fifth overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft caught 81 passes for 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns during the regular season.