Super Bowl 51 Julio Jones Player Props Odds
He’s faster than a speeding bullet and can leap tall buildings in a single bound, but he doesn’t wear an ‘S’ on his chest and his name sure ain’t Clark Kent. You see, when it comes to pass-catching proficiency there’s no one that comes as close to being a literal ‘Superman’ than Atlanta Falcons superstar wide receiver Julio Jones.
The expert analysis that you’re about to get on the value-packed Super Bowl 51 player props odds surrounding Jones could help you cash in big when Super Bowl 51 goes down this coming Sunday, February 5, live from NRG Stadium in Houston.
Here’s A Closer Look At The Super Bowl 51 Julio Jones Player Props Odds
Total receiving Yards – Julio Jones
Analysis: Julio Jones has averaged a stellar 100.6 receiving yards per game this season and he’s averaged at least 100 receiving yards per game for the last four seasons. Somehow, some way, Jones reaches the century mark in Super Bowl 51.
Pick: Over 98.5 receiving yards
Longest Reception – Julio Jones
Analysis: Jones has had one catch of at least 70 yards in each of his six NFL seasons. Jones is also the first player in league history to have two playoff games with 150-plus receiving yards and at least two touchdowns and pulled off the improbable feat in just five career playoff games. I think it’s an absolute lock Jones catches at least one pass for at least 26 yards.
Pick: Over 25.5 yards
Total Receptions – Julio Jones
Analysis: With 83 catches in 14 games, Jones has averaged just 5.9 catches per game this season and has caught at least six passes in each of his last three games while topping the 6.5-catch total twice. Overall, Jones has topped his Super Bowl Over/Under reception total eight times this season. Right now, I’m thinking Jones will need to catch at least seven passes for the Falcons to have a chance at beating the favored Patriots
Pick: Over 6.5 receptions
Will Julio Jones Score A Touchdown
Analysis: Jones has scored at least one touchdown in each of his last three games and burned the Green Bay Packers for two scores in the NFC Championship game almost two weeks ago. I think it’s a lock that Jones scores at least once in Super Bowl 51, even though Bill Belichick will go all-out to stop the best wide receiver on the face of the planet.