Super Bowl 51 Props Picks Highlight Rushing And Receiving Odds

Posted by Peter Brennan on Monday,January 30, 2017 3:58, EST in

If you love Super Bowl player props odds that offer you the chance to increase your betting bankroll in a big way and you’re looking for some value-packed Super Bowl 51 player props odds, then look no further.

Thanks to the quartet of expert picks that you’re about to get on four Super Bowl 51 rushing and receiving player props odds, you could cash in four times when Super Bowl 51 gets underway in Houston on February 5. Now, let’s get started.

Super Bowl 51 Props Picks Highlight Rushing And Receiving Odds



More Rushing Yards

Dion Lewis (NE) +14.5 -110
Devonta Freeman (ATL) -14.5 -110

Analysis: Lewis has averaged a modest 18.1 rushing yards per game in his four-year career, but he’s managed to put up 36.9 rushing yards per game in two seasons with the Patriots. Devonta Freeman has averaged 50.7 rushing yards per game in three seasons with the Falcons while rushing for an average of 67.4 yards per game this season. I think Freeman will have a fairly solid day against New England and will finish with 15 more rushing yards than Lewis.

Pick: Devonta Freeman

More Receiving Yards

Julian Edelman (NE) -0.5 -110
Julio Jones (ATL) +0.5 -110

Analysis: Now in his eighth season, Julian Edelman has averaged 69.1 receiving yards per game and a nearly identical 66.9 yards per game in 14 career playoff games.

While Atlanta’s Julio Jones is going up against a stingy defense, he’s already proven, that, not even the best players in the league can contain him. Now in his sixth season, Jones averages a stellar 96.3 yards per game, having played in 78 career games. Jones easily wins this matchup.

Pick: Julio Jones

More Receiving Yards

Chris Hogan (NE) -9.5 -110
Taylor Gabriel (ATL) +9.5 -110

Analysis: Now in his first season in New England, fifth-year wideout Chris Hogan has caught 38 passes for 680 yards for an average of 45.3 receiving yards per game. Hogan had four receiving yards in the divisional round against Houston and nine receiving yards in the AFC title game against Pittsburgh.

Now in his second season, speedy Atlanta wide receiver Taylor Gabriel caught 35 passes for 579 yards or an average of 44.5 receiving yards per game. Taylor had an impressive 71 receiving yards against Seattle in the divisional round and 24 yards against Green Bay in the NFC Championship. Simply put, Gabriel wins this matchup by recording 10 more receiving yards than Hogan.

Pick: Taylor Gabriel


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More Receiving Yards

Dion Lewis (NE) +9.5 -110
Tevin Coleman (ATL) -9.5 -110

Analysis: Lewis may play running back for the Patriots, but he’s also quite capable as a receiver, having caught 17 passes this season for 94 yards while averaging 13.4 receiving yards per game in seven games.

Tevin Coleman is far more explosive and elusive and caught 31 passes for 421 yards this season while averaging 32.4 receiving yards per game. Coleman wins this one by racking up at least 10 more receiving yards than Dion Lewis.

Pick: Tevin Coleman