Betting the Most Points Scored proposition bet -- Predictions and picks

If NFL bettors are making bets in the “Most Points Scored in the 2022 Season” proposition bet, does it mean we’re encouraging scoring? Ah well, as the man says, might as well jump. NFLbets enjoys a profound love with betting the unders, but this may not be the year. Instead, NFLbets starts a year of scoreboard-spinning by considering the table in the Most Points Scored prop:

• Buffalo Bills: + 650
• Kansas City Chiefs: 10/1
• Los Angeles Chargers: 10/1
• Los Angeles Rams: 10/1
• Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 10/1
• Dallas Cowboys: 15/1
• Baltimore Ravens: 16/1
• Cincinnati Bengals: 16/1
• Green Bay Packers: 16/1
• Arizona Cardinals: 18/1
• Cleveland Browns: 18/1
• Denver Broncos: 18/1
• Philadelphia Eagles: 18/1
• Indianapolis Colts: 20/1
• San Francisco 49ers: 20/1
• Las Vegas Raiders: 25/1
• Miami Dolphins: 25/1
• Minnesota Vikings: 25/1
• Tennessee Titans: 25/1
• New England Patriots: 40/1
• New Orleans Saints: 40/1
• Detroit Lions: 50/1
• Jacksonville Jaguars: 50/1
• Washington Commanders: 50/1
• New York Giants: 60/1
• New York Jets: 60/1
• Pittsburgh Steelers: 60/1
• Carolina Panthers: 75/1
• Seattle Seahawks: 75/1
• Atlanta Falcons: 100/1
• Chicago Bears: 100/1
• Houston Texans: 100/1

For NFLbets, this proposition bet includes a clear-cut choice of two.

Most points scored in 2022: Our favorites

Look, it’s gotta be one of these teams from the AFC West, right? NFLbets is splitting pir wages straight down the middle on the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers, each at 10/1 odds. This essentially creates a prop offering of “Most Points Scored: Chargers and Chiefs vs the Field at 5/1. Not a bad bet.

Both teams are coming off embarrassing exits from the 2021 season. In Kansas City’s case, the Chiefs fell prey to some good old-fashioned Andy Reid clock mismanagement/eccentric playcalling to eschew a possible 14-point lead going into halftime of the AFC Championship Game and end up taking the upset loss by 3 points to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Though the Chiefs placed “only” fourth in points scored in 2021 at 28.2 per game, Mahomes & Co. went for 34.0 ppg and a 7-2 SU/6-3 ATS after the week 12 bye – including an 0-2 SU/ATS mark against the Bengals. We’re thinking Tyreek Hill’s departure may be addition through subtraction and give the Chiefs offense new dimensionality.

The 2021 Los Angeles Chargers were enjoying a season above expectations, with an 8-5 SU/7-6 ATS mark going into week 15 and a meeting with … the Kansas City Chiefs. From here on in, the Chargers entered a graveyard spiral that crashed their season after a 1-3 SU/ATS run culminating in an awful, surreal loss to the interim-coached Las Vegas Raiders.

But here’s the crazy thing: Even in their swoon, the Chargers offense still produced at 30.75 ppg over the final four games. For 2022, the fifth-highest scorers in ’21 remain loaded with stat-producing fantasy-football studs like QB Justin Herbert, HB Austin Ekeler, WRs Keenan Allen and Mike Williams. The Chargers may be uncharacteristically relative low on talent level at TE, but having Gerlad Everett as your no. 1 guy there will hardly keep a healthy Herbert from getting numbers.

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