Van Jefferson Super Bowl Props, Odds: First TD, Anytime TD, Receiving Over/Unders & More for Rams Wide Receiver
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Wide receiver Van Jefferson probably won’t be the first option in the Los Angeles Rams passing game Sunday, but he has the potential to break the game wide open.
Could he be a sneaky option to stuff the stat sheet in Super Bowl LVI vs. the Cincinnati Bengals?
Let’s gloss over the odds on a variety of his player prop bets, including catch and yards totals, as well as touchdown props.
Van Jefferson Receptions, Yards, TD Odds & Totals*
Receptions: 2.5 (over +125, under -155)
Yards: 30.5 (over -115, under -115)
Longest Reception: 17.5 (over -115, under -115)
Anytime TD: +245
First TD: +1800
The Rams’ first touchdown of the 2021 season? None other than Van Jefferson himself.
HUGE WINNER 🚨
A bettor put $500 on Van Jefferson to score the first touchdown of the game.
— Fortune (DraftKings Sportsbook) (@DKSportsbook) September 13, 2021
That was just one of Jefferson’s six scores in Year two, though he hasn’t hit pay dirt since Week 14.
Fighting for targets while sharing the field with Cooper Kupp, Odell Beckham Jr. and others can be an uphill battle, but the second-year receiver has seemingly carved out a nice role as he adjusts to the pros.
Jefferson, who played college ball at Ole Miss and Florida, has a catch in every single game this season.
Jefferson’s best performance came back in Week 4 against Arizona, when he hauled in all six targets for 90 yards and one touchdown.
His 16.0 yards per reception ranked third in the NFC during the regular season.
Heading into the Super Bowl, Jefferson ranks second on the team in yards (802) and receiving touchdowns (six) this season, while clocking in third in receptions (50).
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