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2022 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds: Romeo Doubs Is the Biggest Liability at WynnBet

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Romeo Doubs #87 of the Green Bay Packers leaps into the stands following a touchdown reception against the New Orleans Saints during the first half of a preseason game at Lambeau Field on August 19, 2022 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

Romeo Doubs is poised for a monster role in a Packers offense starving for wide receiver production. The rookie could also burn a small hole in WynnBet‘s pocket, if all goes well.

There’s still some time before the 2022 regular season kicks off, but bettors are loading up on Doubs for Offensive Rookie of the Year.

To what extent, you may ask?

Well, put it this way: WynnBet’s attracted so much coin on the Packers fourth-round draft pick, he’s shaping up to be the biggest liability in the market.

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Odds to Win Offensive Rookie of the Year

Player Odds
Romeo Doubs +800
George Pickens +850
Kenny Pickett +900
Breece Hall +1000
Chris Olave +1000
Drake London +1200
Skyy Moore +1200
Kenneth Walker +1400
Treylon Burks +1500
Brian Robinson Jr. +1600
Garrett Wilson +1800
Jalen Tolbert +1800
Christian Watson +2000
Dameon Pierce +2000
Jahan Dotson +2500

(odds +2500 or shorter at WynnBet; check out the full odds board here)

Due to the liability factor, it’s the only shop where Doubs paces the Offensive Rookie of the Year field.

Kenny Pickett is the favorite virtually everywhere else, minus here and DraftKings, which prices Jets RB Breece Hall ahead of the Steelers quarterback (find the best odds for Rookie of the Year and other futures here).

Doubs was one of two receivers the Packers plucked in the 2022 NFL Draft, along with early second-rounder Christian Watson. While the latter’s been sidelined, the former’s taken advantage of the early opportunities.

Our fantasy experts currently rank Doubs WR57. Teammate Allen Lazard, meanwhile, is WR39.

Doubs, who played college ball at Nevada, has already been targeted on more than 40% of his routes in two preseason games.

He collected three receptions for 45 yards and his first professional receiving score in the preseason opener, followed by a 3-24-1 line in Week 2.

There’s certainly oodles of production to go around in the Packers offense, with Davante Adams departing fresh off a 123-catch, 1,553-yard campaign.

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