Notable Discrepancy Between Overall And Individual Kamara Props

  • Alvin Kamara has -110 odds to go over 61.5 rushing yards against the Arizona Cardinals.
  • Kamara has -125 odds to go over 33.5 receiving yards in the game.
  • There’s a notable discrepancy between the implied O/U of 95 total rushing and receiving yards and the actual O/U of 102.5 rushing and receiving yards that Kamara has.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Alvin Kamara of the New Orleans Saints is in the spotlight as his Saints visit Arizona to take on the Arizona Cardinals.

The odds for this story were taken from the online sportsbook at Bovada.

Total Rushing Yards – Alvin Kamara

Kamara has an O/U of 61.5 rushing yards at Bovada, a number he’s eclipsed in his last two games consecutively.

However, in his first two games, he fell short of this number – even if one of them was only barely, as he put up 61 yards against the Carolina Panthers.

Kamara has not averaged less than four yards per carry in any game this season, which could lead NFL betting fans to conclude that this is a prop that will be based on his volume of touches in the game more than any other factor.

Total Receiving Yards – Alvin Kamara

Kamara is also a threat in the receiving game, but that seems to be more of a boom-or-bust proposition.

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He’s only gone over 33.5 receiving yards in one of his four games played this season. In that game, Kamara gashed the Seattle Seahawks for 91 yards in the air.

Total Rushing & Receiving Yards – Alvin Kamara

There’s a notable discrepancy between the rushing and receiving yards prop and the totals for the individual rushing and receiving props.

When one adds up Kamara’s O/Us for rushing and receiving, one ends up at 95.0, but the O/U the sportsbooks are posting is 102.5

This means that somewhere, something is a bit off. Either the overall O/U is too high, or the individual rushing and receiving O/Us are too low.