# NFL Player Props

## What is an NFL Player Prop?

An NFL player prop, short for proposition bet, is a betting angle based on how a player will perform in a single matchup. In certain cases, you may also place an NFL player prop futures bet which predicts a player's stats throughout the entirety of the season.

For example, if you’re looking to bet on Cincinnati Bengals’ quarterback Joe Burrow in his meeting with the Dallas Cowboys, you will be able to bet on how many passing yards he will have or whether he will throw an interception.

## How to bet NFL Player Props?

When you visit your favorite sportsbook, find the game you want to wager on. From there, you’ll see a player prop tab that lists a variety of props for different players including running backs, quarterbacks, or wide receivers. Here’s what it will look like:

Will Travis Kelce Score A Touchdown?

Yes -110

No -150

If you believe Kelce will score a touchdown and place a \$10 bet, it would pay out \$19.09 if the wide receiver makes it into the end zone. To determine how much you’d win based on the odds and how much you bet, you can use our Odds Calculator.

## Player Props for NFL

NFL player props aren’t limited to touchdowns, though. There’s plenty of more action to get in on. Here are some other player props you can bet on:

### Passing Yards

A common NFL player prop is betting on the OVER/UNDER for passing yards. An example of this would be if Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen’s passing yards was set at 325 yards. You would be able to bet on whether you think he will throw OVER 325 passing yards or less.

### Rushing Yards

Rushing yards will focus on how many yards a player will rush in the game. If sportsbooks set the line for 60 yards, you will be able to wager on whether the player will run OVER or UNDER that amount. In order for the OVER to hit, you will need the player to rush at least 61 yards.

### Interception Props

You can look at this prop from two angles. First, you will be able to wager on whether a certain player will intercept a pass or not. Typically, sportsbooks list this line at 0.5 interceptions which means the particular player will need to intercept at least one toss.

On the other hand, you will be able to bet on whether a quarterback will throw an interception or not.

### Reception Props

This NFL player prop is very similar to rushing yards, except we will be focusing on plays in the air. Here, you can bet the OVER/UNDER on receiving yards for any player in a game or throughout the season.

### Touchdown Props

Again, there are a few touchdown player props to wager on. First, there’s the touchdown scorer prop which lets bettors wager on whether a player will earn OVER/UNDER a touchdown. There’s also the option to bet on the first touchdown scorer in the game, which is a tricky task but the profit is better.

Lastly, betting on how many touchdowns a quarterback will earn. For example, if Aaron Rodgers’ touchdown line is set at 2.5, he will need to toss or rush in at least three to cash out.