Last-Minute 2020 NFL Prop Bets and Specials You Won’t Want to Miss

The 2020 NFL season is finally upon us after seven months of respite, with many fans raring to jump on the many prop bets and specials opportunities available at this point of any season.

Texans @ Chiefs Game Prediction, Betting Preview & Moneyline Odds

2020 NFL Week 1 Predictions Ahead of Betting Season Kickoff

American football has been missing from the sports calendar since the Kansas City Chiefs lifted the Super Bowl crown in February, with the Houston Texans set to kick off their season away to the defending champions Thursday.

Borgata is offering odds on which team will end the 2020 season with the most regular-season losses, with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Washington shortest at +400 and +450, respectively. The Cincinnati Bengals finished 2019 with 14 defeats—more than any other team—while Washington ended up with 13 to their name. Jacksonville only lost 10 times in comparison and arguably haven’t declined enough to move into the lead in this field, putting Washington in the frame to top the loss column in what could be another transitional season.

Customers can also bet on individual stat leaders with William Hill promo codes, such as who will end the 2020 NFL season with the most sacks. Shaquil Barrett topped the sack charts in 2019 after racking up 19.5 in his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the 27-year-old is at +1100 to become the first player in 36 years to be at the head of the class in successive seasons.

TJ Watt has steadily increased his number of sacks year-on-year with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the linebacker could be a prime choice to improve upon the 14.5 he managed last season as a +1600 dark horse. 

Regular-season passing yards is another field worthy of a punt after former Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston led the NFL last season, clocking up 5,109 yards before leaving the Buccaneers. Dak Prescott was the only other player to approach 5,000 yards with 4,902 of his own, and the Dallas Cowboys shot-caller appeals at +700 with Borgata to emerge at the top of that list in 2020.

Tom Brady has replaced Winston at Tampa Bay and also looks tempting at +800 to come out No. 1 in passing over the first 16 games of the season. The six-time Super Bowl winner is banking a lot on fitness to carry him through the campaign, but even at 43, Brady can’t be ruled out of a renaissance that puts his young peers to shame.

Prediction: Tampa Bay Buccaneers to win Super Bowl LV (+1400)

Super Bowl LV Odds

  • Baltimore Ravens +400
  • Kansas City Chiefs: +600
  • San Francisco 49ers: +1000
  • New Orleans Saints: +1200
  • Seattle Seahawks: +1400
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +1400
  • Dallas Cowboys: +1600
  • Indianapolis Colts: +2000
  • Minnesota Vikings: +2500
  • New England Patriots: +2500
  • Philadelphia Eagles: +2500
  • Buffalo Bills: +2500
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: +3000
  • Los Angeles Chargers: +3500
  • Tennessee Titans: +3500
  • Green Bay Packers: +3500
  • Arizona Cardinals: +3500
  • Cleveland Browns: +3500
  • Denver Broncos: +4000
  • Los Angeles Rams: +5000
  • Chicago Bears: +5000
  • Atlanta Falcons: +5000
  • Houston Texans: +6500
  • New York Jets: +8000
  • Las Vegas Raiders: +8000
  • Detroit Lions: +8000
  • Miami Dolphins: +10000
  • New York Giants: +10000
  • Cincinnati Bengals: +10000
  • Carolina Panthers: +10000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: +15000
  • Washington Redskins: +15000

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