The Bet: Kenny Golladay over 1,000.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
No-brainer here. Matthew Stafford is back and healthy, and the Lions historically don’t run the football worth a damn. The Lions will throw the pigskin, and Golladay is reaching an age when it should be mandatory he notches over 1,000 yards given his skill set. Go gobble this prop bet up.
Green Bay Packers
The Bet: Win over 8.5 Games (-125)
The Packers will likely regress from their 2019 win total of 13 games. Most 13-win teams do. But 13 wins to eight wins is too drastic. Although Green Bay did absolutely nothing to accrue more weaponry for Aaron Rodgers, they did not relegate themselves to mediocrity. At the very minimum, the Packers finish 2020 with a 9-7 record.
The Bet: Win 9-12 games (+155)
Bill O’Brien has done his best to reinvent the roster is interesting ways. He traded DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona and a king’s ransom to Miami for Laremy Tunsil. Houston will be decent but could see a dip in performance without Hopkins’ playmaking zeal. 9-7 or 10-6 records feel realistic.
The Bet: T.Y. Hilton over 1,025.5 Receiving Yards (-110)
General manager Chris Ballard finagled a plan to bring Philip Rivers to Indiana for a one-year experiment. The Colts like to think they have virtually every position covered and that the quarterback was the missing link.
Regardless if that is true or not, T.Y. Hilton should exceed 1,025 receiving yards. With Rivers, Keenan Allen has done that in three straight seasons, so Hilton has a reasonable opportunity to follow suit.