The Offensive Rookie of the Year odds are changing each week. Indianapolis Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson has seen some favorable line movement.
Through the first two games of his NFL career, the Colts are 1-1. Statistically, Richardson is complying 63.8% of his passes for 279 yards (5.9 yards per attempt), one touchdown, and one interception. Richardson has 75 rushing yards and three touchdowns running with the football, including two in Week 2.
Unfortunately, Richardson has left both games this season due to injury, including a concussion in Week 2. His status for Week 3 is currently unknown. Below is a list of all Rookie of The Year odds at some of the top betting sites.
Anthony Richardson’s Rookie of the Year odds movement
Depending on the sportsbook you play at, Richardson’s odds for Offensive Rookie of the Year have consistently been second behind Atlanta Falcons running back Bijan Robinson. Dating back to July, Richardson was around +750, and those improved to around +500 or +550 after Week 1.
As mentioned, Richardson has left both games early due to injury, most recently suffering a concussion against the Houston Texans. He could potentially miss Week 3, which could be hindering his odds.
Robinson has one touchdown on the year (receiving) and 180 rushing yards on 29 carries.
|Player||Current odds||July 11 odds||Opening odds|
Most recent ROY winners
The Rookie of the Year award began in 1957 before there became a separate one for offensive and defensive players, starting in 1967.
The first-ever Rookie of the Year award was given to Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown.
Since 2015, three quarterbacks, two running backs, and two wide receivers have won the award. The most recent was New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson.
|2022||WR / Garrett Wilson||New York Jets|
|2021||WR / Ja’Marr Chase||Cincinnati Bengals|
|2020||QB / Justin Herbert||Los Angeles Chargers|
|2019||QB / Kyler Murray||Arizona Cardinals|
|2018||RB / Saquon Barkley||New York Giants|
Upcoming Indianapolis Colts Matchups
Currently, across the 15 games the Colts have left on the schedule, they don’t play a single MNF, SNF, or TNF game. The closest thing to a primetime game they play is in Week 10 against the New England Patriots in Germany at Frankfurt Stadium.
Other than that, the Colts will take on the Atlanta Falcons and Offensive Rookie of the Year leader Robinson on Christmas Eve on the road.