Bryce Young’s Predictions: Best prop bets, picks for 2022 CFP National Championship game

The Alabama Crimson Tide starting quarterback is the 2021 Heisman Trophy winner, but he’ll likely need a big game to win the trophy that really matters: the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday night against the Georgia Bulldogs.

Here are some of the incidental bets on offer for Bryce Young in the DraftKings Sportsbook CFP National Championship.

Bryce young paris prop

314.5 passing yards

On: -105
Below: -130

Take: Over 314.5

Young threw for 421 yards against the Bulldogs in the SEC Championship game last month, and falling over 100 would be a bit of a surprise. Even if a newly adjusted Dawgs defense can find a way to contain it, the backdoor could still be wide open in the second half.

2.5 touchdown passes

On: +120
Below: -160

Take: Less than -160

We don’t like that with the price, but the Bulldogs are likely to play a little more cover and two-tier safety than they did in the first matchup. It’s more opportunities for Bama to throw the ball, but not necessarily to throw it. While Young’s total touchdowns of over 2.5 would be great here, he could score more via his running backs or legs tonight than in Atlanta.

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