These 7 NFL Prop Bets Should Be Money In The Bank For 2019 Season.

These 7 NFL Prop Bets Should Be Money In The Bank For 2019 Season

Written by on June 13, 2019

Everyone loves a good prop bet! Coin tosses, national anthem times, and Gatorade colors are just a few. Every year, NFL prop bets get a ton of Vegas action. Let’s take a look at some prop bets for the 2019 NFL season that should earn you some cold, hard cash.

These 7 NFL Prop Bets Should Be Money In The Bank For 2019 Season

Los Angeles Rams: Over/Under 10.5 Wins

2018 was a stellar season for the Los Angeles Rams. A 13 win season, the #2 seed in the NFC playoffs, and an appearance in the Super Bowl capped off a tremendous season. Their 13 regular season wins tied them with the Saints for the league’s best record. Coming off of a 13 win season, the Rams were poised to be one of the top teams prior to the draft and free agency, but with some great additions, they look to have built themselves into an even better team. Winning 13 regular season games and a Super Bowl appearance, the Rams are primed for a great 2019. With very few losses, and some key additions, when it’s all said and done, the Rams will once again finish 13-3. Take the OVER!

Dallas Cowboys: Over/Under 9 Wins

How do you follow up a season where you were the NFC East Champions, won a playoff game, and had chances to advance to the NFC Championship game? If you’re a Dallas Cowboys fan, you’re hoping for more in 2019. Dallas had a great offseason. With the signings of former Pro Bowler Robert Quinn to provide some much-needed pass rush, and wide receiver Randall Cobb to complement Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup, the Cowboys hope to add some spark to both sides of the ball. On the defensive side of the ball, the signing of Quinn and the return of DeMarcus Lawrence will be sure to add to the pass rush. The Dallas defense stepped up late last season, and with the additions that were made, they look to be an even better unit this season. Most people are big on the under, but we’re seeing 10 wins in the Cowboys future. Take the OVER!

Kansas City Chiefs: Over/Under 10.5 Wins

The Chiefs surprised everyone with their 12 wins in 2018. With the emergence of Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs offense was the top scoring unit in the league. Led by Mahomes, along with Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt, and Travis Kelce, the Chiefs tore up the league. Fast forward to 2019. Tyreek Hill’s status is uncertain at this point with abuse allegations lingering. Kareem Hunt was released and will be replaced by Damian Williams. Kansas City may not have the high-powered offense that they had in 2018. Gone are Eric Berry and Justin Houston. They’re replaced by Tyrann Mathieu and Alex Okafor. The defense was the weak link for the Chiefs in 2018, and it looks to be that way in 2019 as well. With some key losses and no big additions, we don’t see the Chiefs winning more than 10 games this season. We’re going with the UNDER!

Chicago Bears: Over/Under 9 Wins

The Bears won 12 games in 2018 under first-year head coach Matt Nagy. The Bears had a dominant defense and an offense with many different options. On to 2019. The biggest losses for the Bears is former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, who is now the head coach at Denver. Other than Fangio, there were no huge losses for the Bears defense. Offensively, the Bears should be improved. Mitch Trubisky has another year under his belt and is learning the difficult Nagy offense. Jordan Howard was traded to Philadelphia, but the Bears drafted David Montgomery to replace him. With no other big losses, the Bears offense should be improved. Chuck Pagano takes over as the defensive coordinator and should keep the Bears defense as a strong unit. With a strong defense and an improved offense, the Bears may not win 12, but we’re seeing 10-11 victories in 2019. OVER OVER OVER!

Baltimore Ravens: Over/Under 8.5 Wins

The defending division champion Ravens aren’t the favorites this year, as everyone is falling in love with the Cleveland Browns. In a very balanced division, it’s tough to look too far into the future. The Ravens have turned things over to Lamar Jackson this year, as Joe Flacco was dealt to the Denver Broncos. Mark Ingram will be the lead back for the Ravens and will add to a strong running game that includes Jackson. If Jackson can move the ball in the air, good things will happen for the Ravens. The Baltimore defense was one of the top defensive units in 2018. They’re still looking like a great group as they lost Eric Weddle, but replaced him with Earl Thomas. We’re not sold on Jackson at the helm. The Ravens will still struggle in the passing game. With a tough division, they’ll have a hard time finding more than 8 wins. Pick the UNDER for the Ravens.

Saquon Barkley +305: Most Rushing Yards in the NFL

The Giants QB situation is a mess. After drafting Daniel Jones, we’re going to see a QB competition in New York. Odell Beckham Jr. is no longer there, so the Giants won’t have their top receiver. How are the Giants going to move the ball? Saquon Barkley will be their man. Much like last season, he’ll be responsible for a good portion of the Giants offense. Ride the Barkley train!

Von Miller +800: NFL Defensive Player of the Year

Von Miller was already a dominant force, but now he has arguably the best Defensive mind in football in new head coach Vic Fangio. Fangio made Khalil Mack into an even bigger force than he already was in Chicago, and he plans to do the same with Miller in Denver. Miller will have a huge year for the Broncos!