Doug Baldwin Super Bowl Props

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (The Spread) – Doug Baldwin is a deep threat for the Seattle Seahawks’ offense. Here is a look at his odds for Sunday’s game.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Baldwin has been given over/under odds of 40.5 receiving yards and 3.5 receptions for Sunday’s game against Denver.

Baldwin caught 50 passes for 778 yards and five touchdowns during the regular season, which worked out to an average of 3.12 receptions and 48.6 yards per game. Baldwin was targeted an average of 4.5 times per game and his average yards per catch was 15.6 yards.

During the postseason, Baldwin has been hot and cold. In the win over Seattle, Baldwin caught two passes for 30 yards and was targeted just three times. In the NFC Championship Game, Baldwin ended up with six receptions for 106 yards, while being targeted seven times.

Of the 18 games this season, Baldwin has caught at least 4 passes eight times. He has had at least 41 receiving yards in 10 games. Baldwin will be going up against Denver’s pass defense, which allowed 254.4 passing yards per game during the regular season, which ranked 27th in the NFL.

For a complete look at the Super Bowl XLVIII Prop Odds available for the Doug Baldwin, see below.

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Super Bowl XLVIII Prop Odds – Doug Baldwin

Odds to win Super Bowl MVP: 40/1

Odds to score the first touchdown: 14/1

Odds to score the first Seattle touchdown: 9/1

Total receiving yards: Over/Under 40.5

Total receptions: Over/Under 3.5

Total yards on first reception: Over/Under 11.5

Longest reception: Over/Under 20.5 yards

Will Baldwin score a touchdown in the game: Yes (+215) No (-275)

Doug Baldwin Total Receptions

0          9/1

1-2       7/4

3-4       3/2

5-6       7/2

7-8       12/1

9 or more    25/1

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