NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds & Predictions

Posted: Jun 29, 2022Last updated: Jun 29, 2022

Ja’Marr Chase was the latest Offensive Rookie of the Year Award winner after totaling nearly 1,500 yards and 13 touchdowns last season. His performance throughout the year helped the Bengals win the AFC North and eventually make it to the Super Bowl.

So who is the next offensive star to take over the NFL, and who is the best bet to win the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award this season?

To help guide you in the NFL predictions series, here are our NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year predictions and betting tips.

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award Odds

Going into the 2022 season, there isn’t an overwhelming favorite to win the Offensive Rookie of the Year award. There are nine players whose current odds sit between (+500) and (+1000).

But who is the current favorite to win the award and where is the best value on the board heading into training camp? Here are the current odds, courtesy of BetMGM Sportsbook:

All odds are current as of Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 11 a.m. ET.

  • Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh Steelers (+500)
  • Drake London, WR, Atlanta Falcons (+700)
  • Treylon Burks, WR, Tennessee Titans (+750)
  • Breece Hall, RB, New York Jets (+800)
  • Christian Watson, WR, Green Bay Packers (+850)
  • Garrett Wilson, WR, New York Jets (+1000)
  • Chris Olave, WR, New Orleans Saints (+1000)
  • Jameson Williams, WR, Detroit Lions (+1000)
  • Kenneth Walker, RB, Seattle Seahawks (+1100)
  • Skyy Moore, WR, Kansas City Chiefs (+1100)

Over the last six years, quarterbacks have won the award three times. But with only one rookie quarterback likely to start a big chunk of the season (Kenny Pickett), it seems unlikely that it will happen again. Pickett is the favorite to win the award, but there is a good chance he doesn’t even play in the first month of the season for Pittsburgh.

Chase was last season’s Offensive Rookie of the Year, but there isn’t a receiver in this class that was a similar prospect. However, there was a ton of depth at the receiver position at the top of the class. That’s why it’s not a surprise that Drake London, Treylon Burks, and Christian Watson all have odds of (+850) or shorter.

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NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award Prediction

Breece Hall, RB, New York Jets (+800)

Over the last decade, we’ve seen a ton of running backs selected on Day 2 of the NFL Draft win the Offensive Rookie of the Year award. The most recent was Alvin Kamara, who totaled over 1,500 yards from scrimmage and 13 touchdowns during the 2017 season.

Breece Hall could be the latest to do so as he will likely be the Day 1 starter in the backfield for the Jets. He’s an incredible athlete with a fantastic college profile. Plus, he’s a proven receiver who hauled in 82 receptions during his collegiate career.

With the Jets likely to load him up with touches in 2022, Hall is a great bet to win the award.

Best NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Sleeper Bets

Chris Olave, WR, New Orleans Saints (+1000)

The Saints made two huge trades before and during the 2022 NFL Draft to acquire Chris Olave. It’s clear they believe he can help the offense right away as he was arguably the best route runner in this year’s draft class.

But what makes Olave a great pick and bet is his speed. Olave ran a 4.39 40-yard dash and was also one of the most productive receivers in Ohio State history.

He should immediately be one of the top receivers on offense for the Saints and it wouldn’t be a shock if he scored several long touchdowns this season.

With Jameis Winston back under center, Olave is a great bet at (+1000) given how perfect of a fit he is in the Saints’ offense.

James Cook, RB, Buffalo Bills (+1600)

The Bills wanted a running back that could essentially function as a receiver in their offense. They tried to sign J.D. McKissic in the offseason before he returned to Washington, but instead they drafted arguably the best receiving running back in this year’s class in James Cook.

Cook caught 67 passes during his college career, averaging 10.9 yards per reception. Not only is he comfortable running routes out of the backfield, but he can line up in the slot and win against safeties and linebackers with ease.

Cook likely won’t see a ton of carries this season, but that might not be a problem. He should be used in a similar way to Alvin Kamara, who had over 700 yards rushing and receiving en route to winning the award in 2017. Don’t be surprised if Cook is a big part of the Bills’ offense this season.

Wan’Dale Robinson, WR, New York Giants (+5000)

If you want a longshot bet, consider taking a flier on Wan’Dale Robinson at 50-1. The Giants selected Robinson with the No. 43 pick in this year’s draft, ahead of the likes of Skyy Moore, George Pickens, and Alec Pierce. This was a bit of a surprise after New York added a similar player in Kadarius Toney in the first round of last year’s draft.

With former Bills OC Brian Daboll now New York’s head coach, the Giants will likely have one of the highest pass rates in the NFL. That could mean a ton of targets for Robinson. The former SEC star is fantastic with the ball in his hands, and it wouldn’t be shocking to see him end up as the Giants’ leading receiver in Year 1.


Marcus Mosher

Marcus Mosher is an NFL analyst at The Game Day, residing in Erie, PA. He covers the NFL from a betting and fantasy perspective, producing written and video content. Marcus currently hosts multiple football-related podcasts and is a managing editor at USA Today’s Sports Media Group covering the Las Vegas Raiders. He has previously worked at The Athletic and Bleacher Report.

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