2023 NFL Rushing Props


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NFL rushing props for Week 14 are available at top online betting sites. Popular betting options include over/unders for rushing yards, touchdowns, and the longest rush for all of the top backs who are set to suit up and play. Featured running backs as this week continues include Christian McCaffrey and Saquon Barkley.

On a season-long basis, bettors can also place futures wagers on which player will lead the league in rushing yards, as well as over/unders on total touchdowns for the game’s top RBs. Here’s a look at what you need to know about betting on NFL rushing props.

NFL rushing props for Week 14

Betting odds for NFL rushing props at top online sportsbooks appear in the table below. If you see a bet that interests you, click the odds to be directed to the sportsbook offering that line. Sports betting promos are available to new users.

NFL Week 14 rushing props

Beyond betting on how the RBs will perform each week, you can also take your chances with a range of other NFL player props:

As for the running game, there are a number of options week in and week out. Here’s a look at some of the top NFL rushing props:

Over/under rushing yard props for Week 14

The NFL Week 14 schedule continues on Sunday before coming to a close with a pair of games on Monday Night Football. Here are the lines for rushing yards for several of the running backs who will be in the spotlight:

McCaffrey leads the NFL in rushing yards with 1,032, an average of 86 per game. Henry is second with 841 (70.1 per game), followed by Mostert with a total of 828 (69 per game).

Running back TD props for Week 14

Big favorites on the point spread for this week’s games include the Dolphins at as they host the Titans. High over/under lines include the Eagles vs. Cowboys at . Rushing TD lines for running backs who are set to play this week include the following:

McCaffrey leads the league in total TDs with 17, rushing for 12 and finding the end zone five times as a receiver. Mostert is next with 16 — 14 on the ground and two through the air.

Longest rush props for Week 14

The longest rushing play for the season so far belongs to Breece Hall at 83 yards, followed by De’Von Achane with one that went for 76. Will we see any monster runs as this week plays out? Here’s where sportsbooks have set the bar as Week 14 continues:

On the big play metric, which is rushing plays of 20 yards or greater, three players lead the league with seven such plays: Mostert, Najee Harris, and Jahmyr Gibbs. Harris was in action on Thursday. Seven players have six big plays, including Moss and Barkley.

What are NFL rushing props?

For individual games, you can place your bets on the various player, team, and game props, several of which will be for rushing yardage over/unders. There are also season-long rushing props. These are long-term futures wagers that can provide you with additional things to root for throughout the season, and a chance at solid profits if you end up being correct.

Which RBs have the best chance to lead the league in yards?

Legal online sportsbooks have odds for which back will lead the league in rushing yards for the upcoming season, as well as which back will score the most touchdowns. Here are the latest betting lines: 

Through 13 weeks of play, Christian McCaffrey is the league leader with 1,032 rushing yards and also the favorite to take down this season’s rushing yard crown. Just two other backs have rushed for 800 or more yards to date: Derrick Henry (841) and Raheem Mostert (828). Rounding out the top five on the leaderboard are D’Andre Swift (783) and Isiah Pacheco (779).

Who led the NFL in rushing last season?

Heading into the 2022 season, Jonathan Taylor was the clear favorite to lead the league in rushing yards. A tough season for him and the Colts, however, led to a shift at the top of the board. There was some jockeying for much of the season, but Josh Jacobs ended up taking the rushing crown with 1,653 yards. Here are the top 10 from last season and their total yards.

RankPlayerTeamYards
1Josh JacobsLas Vegas Raiders1,653
2Derrick HenryTennessee Titans1,538
3Nick ChubbCleveland Browns1,525
4Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants1,312
5Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles1,269
6Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings1,173
7Justin FieldsChicago Bears1,143
8Christian McCaffreySan Francisco 49ers1,139
9Travis EtienneJacksonville Jaguars1,125
10Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers1,121

Recent NFL rushing yard leaders

If we look back over the past 10 years, two players have won a pair of rushing titles, with one of them going back-to-back. Here’s a look back at the last decade of rushing champs.

SeasonPlayerTeamYards
2022Josh JacobsLas Vegas Raiders1,653
2021Jonathan TaylorIndianapolis Colts1,811
2020Derrick HenryTennessee Titans2,027
2019Derrick HenryTennessee Titans1,540
2018Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys1,434
2017Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs1,327
2016Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys1,631
2015Adrian PetersonMinnesota Vikings1,485
2014DeMarco MurrayDallas Cowboys1,845
2013LeSean McCoyPhiladelphia Eagles1,607

NFL rushing props for 2023

Futures odds for the winner of the next Super Bowl can become available before the current one is even in the books. Other futures odds will come out a few months after the season comes to a close, including rushing props. Here’s a look at some of the top rushing props, but note that the exact offerings may vary by sportsbook.

Most rushing yards

For this prop, you’re placing your bets on which player you think will lead the league in rushing for the entire year. Here’s what the numbers might look like for a few favorites heading into the season:

The positive odds across the board set the stage for some potentially lucrative returns. A bet of $10 on Taylor to lead the league would result in $90 in profit if that turns out to be the case, while a $100 wager would bring back $900.

While there’s no way to predict which backs will make it through the season unscathed, it’s a good idea to try to account for injury risk while you’re making your choices. For example, if you’re not feeling great about a team’s offensive line, then betting on that club’s top back to lead the league might not be a good idea.

Most rushing TDs

This prop works the same as season-long yardage leaders, but with the goal of picking out which back will lead the league in rushing touchdowns. Odds work in the same fashion, with numbers available for all of the game’s top backs.

Looking back to last season, Jamaal Williams was tops in the league with 17 rushing TDs. Derrick Henry, Austin Ekeler, and Jalen Hurts tied for second with 13 each.

Player over/unders

Sportsbooks will also post over/under bets on individual running back totals. There will be a line for total regular season rushing yards or TDs with odds for betting on over or under that line.

After doing your research, if you expect a player to exceed the listed line, then you could wager on the over. If you anticipate that the player will come up short, then you might want to go with the under.

Single-game NFL rushing props

For each individual game all season long, bettors have a number of running back props to choose from.

Since there are so many options for each game, bettors also have a number of approaches. For example, you can stick to the top running backs or what seem to you to be the best matchups, or base your wagering decisions on the odds and lines for specific props.

FAQ

Are season-long NFL props void if a player gets injured during the season?   

No, bets are active as soon as Week 1 begins and remain live until we know the outcome. Sportsbooks will not adjust bets like season-long rushing yard leaders due to the injury of a single player. However, if the player ends up out for the season before play begins, sportsbooks will void and refund bets on that player.

Which NFL player had the most rushing yards in a single season?

Eric Dickerson set the all-time rushing yard record for a single season in 1984. As a member of the Los Angeles Rams, he rushed for 2,105 yards on 379 attempts.

When was the last time a running back won the NFL MVP award?

Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings was the last running back to win the NFL MVP award, doing so in 2012. The award has gone to a quarterback every season since.

Which player led the NFL in rushing yards last season?

Josh Jacobs was the NFL rushing yards leader for the 2022-23 season with 1,653. Derrick Henry was second with 1,538, followed by Nick Chubb with 1,525.

Which player is favored to lead the NFL in rushing yards this season?

Christian McCaffrey is the current betting favorite at legal online sportsbooks to lead the NFL in rushing yards this season.