Cap's Season-Long NFL Player Props -Rushing Touchdowns
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Cap's Season-Long NFL Player Props -Rushing Touchdowns

Jack Caporuscio

Welcome back, Karma Nation! I'll be highlighting three season-long NFL player props that I think are worthwhile for the upcoming 2021 season. This week's player props are season-long TD over/under. Next up is three season-long rushing TD player props. To find all of the other staff’s favorite bets make sure to sign up for the Premium package.

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Ronald Jones Regular Season Rushing Touchdowns Over 7.0 Rushing Touchdowns (+100)

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to have one of the best offenses in the NFL this season, which means there will be scoring opportunities for any skill position player tied to the offensive unit. The hardest thing to project about the Buccaneers is who the lead running back will be. With early reports out of training camp indicating Jones will be the lead back, I'm smashing the over on 7.0 rushing TDs this season. In just 13 games as the starter last year, Jones had 7 touchdowns (0.54 TDs per game). If we project that pace out to 17 games, Jones projects to finish with just over 9 rushing TDs. If Jones is the lead back this season, he should easily reach this mark. 

Bet 1 unit on Ronald Jones over 7 rushing touchdowns (+100) to win 2 units


Gus Edwards Regular Season Rushing Touchdowns Under 4.5 Rushing Touchdowns (+110)

This offseason, the Ravens have made a concerted effort in improving the passing game. With the additions of Sammy Watkins via Free Agency, Rashod Bateman and Tylan Wallace via the draft, it's obvious the Ravens know they need to be more effective in the passing game. In what figure to be a more pass-heavy Ravens team than years past, I'm fading Edwards and hitting the under on this line. In the past three seasons, Edwards has had 137, 133 and 144 rushing attempts--which equated to 2, 2 and 6 rushing TDs in a season. If the Ravens plan on being less run-heavy than year's past, then that hurts Edwards' scoring opportunities. Coupling this with the emergence of could-be workhorse running back J.K. Dobbins and I think the odds for Edwards to finish under 4.5 rushing TDs on the season are better than the books indicate. 

Bet 1.1 units on Gus Edwards under 4.5 rushing touchdowns (+110) to win 2.2 units


Dak Prescott Regular Season Rushing Touchdowns Over 3.5 Rushing Touchdowns (-130)

Over the past five seasons, Dak Prescott has run for 6, 6, 6, 3 and 3 rushing TDs. Last year, Prescott ran for 3 TDs in only five games. The Cowboys' offense projects to be one of the best in football for the 2021 season, which means there will be plenty of opportunities for Prescott and rushing TDs. Prescott reportedly feels back to 100% after his ankle surgery and looks the same as he did in practice before his injury. Throughout his career, Prescott has averaged 0.35 rushing TDs per game. If we take his per-game career average and apply it to the new 17-game season, Prescott projects to have 5.9 rushing TDs this year, beating his current O/U line by a fair amount. 

Bet 1.30 units on Dak Prescott over 3.5 rushing touchdowns (-130) to win 1 unit


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