NFL Prop Tool

FTN NFL Player Prop Tool

What Is the FTN NFL Player Prop Tool?

The FTN NFL Player Prop tool is a brand new way to assist bettors with OVER/UNDER prop betting. It compiles the betting odds for nearly every NFL player prop from a variety of legal sportsbooks available in your respective state and displays it all on one page. This way, you’re able to ensure you get the best possible odds for any player prop you wager on and also see past results from previous weeks to see how the respective player fared.

Past results, odds comparison and line shopping for NFL player props are vital ways of ensuring profitability long-term. Just like shopping at the grocery store, why pay more for the same product elsewhere? Let FTN NFL Player Prop tool be your guide.

How to use the FTN NFL Player Prop Tool?

It’s quite simple to use the FTN NFL Player Prop tool but if you’re having difficulty, here’s a quick guide and what each drop-down menu will do:


This might be the most important feature of the FTN Player Prop tool. Seeing past results/statistics from a respective player and the closing betting line for those props is essential to projecting how a player will fare in his upcoming matchup.

For example, if Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields hasn’t thrown for more than 200 yards in a game this season but for his upcoming matchup, sportsbooks have his O/U passing yards line at 224.5, that should raise some red flags. Using this tool will enable you to spot the statistical outliers and assist you in your betting research and handicapping.

Prop Type

“Prop Type” allows an FTN user to navigate between all the different player prop offerings for each respective player. For any given NFL game, sportsbooks can offer at least 20 different O/U player prop markets to bet on. In the NFL, passing yards, rushing yards, receiving yards and interceptions are quite popular and are most-bet markets for casual and seasoned bettors.

Understanding NFL Player Prop Odds

In order to bet on NFL player prop odds, you first need to understand what the betting odds are and lines mean. The numbers listed beside each player can be overwhelming to comprehend for novice bettors so FTN will help you understand these betting lines and how they’re compiled. This will enable you to utilize and take advantage of FTN Player Prop tool.

Every week during the NFL season, sportsbooks will use recent data to generate a potential statistical outcome for every player. The data that can impact these odds could be recent play, upcoming matchup, weather, injuries and statistical trends.

With quarterbacks, the most common O/U player prop is passing yards. For running backs, it’s rushing yards. For wide receivers, it’s receiving yards. Oddsmakers have a variety of statistics and data to harvest in an attempt to generate a betting line that’s as close to a 50-50 decision for the bettor. The decision for the bettor is whether the player will go OVER or UNDER the respective statistic.

Let’s take a look at an example from the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears quarterbacks with O/U passing yards by Justin Fields and Ben Roethlisberger


As you can see, sportsbooks have close to similar passing yards lines across the board for each quarterback. Bears QB Justin Fields O/U for passing yards is at 224.5 and with the FTN Player Prop tool, you can determine which sportsbook currently is offering the best odds to bet on.

Let’s say you wanted to take the OVER for this prop and you have a DraftKings sportsbook account along with a FanDuel sportsbook account. When looking at the FTN Player Prop tool, you can see that DraftKings is providing -105 odds for the OVER instead of -115 at FanDuel. This enables you to compare odds and get the best possible value for your wager.

Shopping around for betting lines is essential for long-term success and profitability. If you prefer just dive into every O/U NFL player prop for a specific player, make sure to use the FTN Prop Shop to speed up the researching process.

What does -110 odds mean in sports betting?

-110 odds is a common betting line for sports betting and is mainly found with game spreads and totals. It’s also used quite frequently for NFL O/U player props.

In order to wager on NFL player props, bettors need to understand what the odds mean beside each betting option. For most O/U props, sportsbooks like to use -110 odds on either side. These are American odds and any number with a minus sign (-) in front of it implies what you’d have to wager in order to win $100 in profit. For -110 odds, a bettor would need to wager $110 to win $100 in profits.

Let’s say you’re considering Justin Fields O/U passing yards prop at 224.5 yards. Sportsbooks have listed the O/U odds at -110 on each side as oddsmakers have determined this yardage marker is the closest to a 50-50 bet on each side. Sportsbooks list it at -110 instead of +100 because they take a minor fee from each bet wagered, which is also known as “vig”. Don’t be alarmed. This is a very common occurrence by sportsbooks.

If you think Fields will throw 225 yards or more and you decide to bet $110 on the OVER at -110, you’d get $210 returned to your sportsbook betting account – your $110 original bet is returned along with $100 reward for making the correct pick.

NFL Player Prop Odds

NFL props, or propositions, are the latest craze in sports betting as they are considered a “game within a game” and don’t necessarily impact the final result. Some of the most popular betting props are for individual players and usually are statistical in nature, like how many catches a respective wide receiver will have in a game or how many yards a quarterback will throw for. Similar to totals, bettors can wager on these props with an OVER or UNDER option.

This is just the tip of the iceberg for NFL player prop odds and we’d recommend checking out the “Prop Shop” with FTN to see all the different markets available for key players. Another added bonus of the Prop Shop is it also offers an odds comparison tool to see which sportsbooks are offering better odds for a certain prop. It’s imperative for bettors to shop around and get the best value when betting on the NFL