Week 11 Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds Update

Sportsbook
By Mike Rose

We’re getting down to the nitty gritty of the 2022-23 NFL betting season. The Offensive Rookie of the Year Award landscape is rounding into form with PointsBet Sportsbook only offering up 22 options to wager on with two months remaining in the regular season. Kenneth Walker III remains the odds-on favorite to win the award, but the frontrunner has put forth some poor efforts in recent weeks. It will open the door for others to race right past him and steal it away right from under his nose should that continue. There’s still plenty of value to be had with the current offerings, so let’s do a deep dive on them and see if we can’t come up with a few fliers to add to the portfolio.

 

Bet Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds at PointsBet Sportsbook

 

PLAYER

WEEK 1

LAST WEEK

CURRENT

KENNY PICKETT

+700

+2200

+3000

GEORGE PICKENS

+800

+3000

+4000

CHRIS OLAVE

+1000

+700

+1100

DRAKE LONDON

+1200

+2100

+10000

DAMEON PIERCE

+1200

+375

+210

TREYLON BURKS

+1300

+20000

+10000

ROMEO DOUBS

+1300

+2000

+10000

GARRETT WILSON

+1600

+1600

+2000

CHRISTIAN WATSON

+1700

+15000

+3300

JAHAN DOTSON

+2000

+3000

+6600

KENNETH WALKER III

+2500

+155

-145

ISIAH PACHECO

+3300

+2500

+5000

MALIK WILLIS

+5000

+6000

+10000

BRIAN ROBINSON JR

+5000

+1200

+2800

JAMES COOK

+4000

+6000

+10000

ALEC PIERCE

+4000

+2500

+8000

RACHAAD WHITE

+5000

+5000

+5000

TYLER ALLGEIER

+6000

+5000

+7500

TYQUAN THORNTON

+8000

+10000

+8000

WAN’DALE ROBINSON

+4000

+1800

+4500

ISAIAH LIKELY

+7000

+5000

+6600

BAILEY ZAPPE

+10000

+1500

+5000

Points-Bet-Banner-Sep-29-2022-03-57-25-54-PMChristian Watson +3300

 

The North Dakota State rep has taken the league by storm evidenced by his odds to win the award plummeting from 150-1 all the way to 33-1. While we’re not getting the best of the number right now, he’s still worth throwing a flier at if he continues to reel in touchdowns at the rate he’s done over the last two weeks. The kids caught eight passes and turned them into five tuddies during that stretch. Serving as Aaron Rodgers’ lone reliable pass catching option, Christian Watson’s odds of winning this award will only continue to get shorter if he keeps this efficiency up.

 

Isiah Pacheco +5000

 

CEH has been phased out of the Chiefs backfield. The rookie’s lone roadblock for carries comes in the form of the oft-injured Jerick McKinnon. Regardless, RB1 carries are all to his lonesome as his utilization rate has skyrocketed in recent weeks. Playing on one of the most lethal offenses in the league navigated by Patrick Mahomes, Isiah Pacheco will be put in a position to thrive the remainder of the season. Representing the RB1 on the AFC’s potential No. 1 seed would go a long way in the eyes of the voters provided his hard work starts stuffing box scores!

 

Rachaad White +5000

 

Slowly but surely, the former Arizona State Sun Devil has been taking work away from incumbent Leonard Fournette. Tampa Bay’s running game has floundered with the veteran hogging all the primary work with it averaging a near league-worst 70.7 yards per game. Though it took an injury to Uncle Lenny for White to get his most burn, the rookie took full advantage of it turning his 22 overall carries into 105 yards and a 4.7 yard per carry average. Badly in need of running a more balanced attack, Rachaad White looks destined to get more work moving forward. The kid has the talent to overcome both running backs at the top of the heap should that prove to be the case.

 

Treylon Burks +10000

 

I’ve been banging the drum for the Titans rookie wide receiver since day one! Now 100 percent healthy after battling a bout of turf toe, I firmly believe this kid has a run in him to leapfrog a number of players ahead of him on the betting odds and make a serious run at the award. With Tennessee void of any premiere pass catchers – no offense Nick Westbrook-Ikhine – he’s going to quickly become the primary choice of Ryan Tannehill. Treylon Burks was targeted eight times and reeled seven of them in for a career-high 111 yards. More 100-yard efforts backed up by touchdowns will see him in the running in no time!

 

Drake London +10000

 

This flier only takes shape if a quarterback change is made in Atlanta. While the Marcus Mariota experiment was nice early on, it’s run its course with the team no longer winning games or covering the NFL odds at PointsBet. It’s high time Arthur Smith made the move to get Desmond Ridder under center. Either way, 100-1 is way too steep a price for oddsmakers to be ponying up with a talent like Drake London who’s still managed to go for 407 yards and 3 TD playing in an offense that only passes the ball 23.1 times per game (No. 31). A passing attack would pair perfectly with one of the more excelled running games in the NFL. You can expect London’s odds to decrease rapidly should the changing of the guard occur.