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2019 Adam Humphries Props: Over/Unders on Yards & TDs for Titans New WR

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Adam Humphries has joined the Tennessee Titans in 2019 NFL free agency. Photo from @pfrumors (Twitter)
  • The Tennessee Titans signed free agent WR Adam Humphries to a four-year $36-million contract
  • Humphries was 33rd in the NFL in receiving yardage in 2018
  • BetOnline is offering prop wagers on TDs and receiving yards for Humphries in 2019

Remember the Titans? Adam Humphries will never forget them.

The free agent wide receiver left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and caught a four-year, $36-million pact from the Tennessee Titans.

BetOnline wasted little time in establishing lines of the total production by Humphries with his new team. The sportsbook posted over/under wagers covering both his touchdowns and receiving yardage for the 2019 NFL season.

Over/Under Receiving Yards for Humphries in 2019

Adam Humphries receiving yardage for 2019 NFL regular season Odds at BetOnline
Over 750.5 yards -115
Under 750.5 yards -115

*All odds taken 03/12/19

Humphries caught 76 passes for 816 yards with the Buccaneers in 2018, good for 33rd overall in the NFL.  He averaged 10.7 yards per catch. He was rated among the top slot receivers available in free agency.

Considering the hot mess that was Tampa Bay’s quarterback situation last season, those are fairly solid totals to accumulate.

He will provide Titans QB Marcus Mariota with an ideal option to target in the short and mid-range passing game. Humphries was signed by Tampa Bay as an undrafted free agent out of Clemson in 2015.

His numbers have grown steadily better with each season. He caught 61 balls for 631 yards in 2017. That was up from the 622 yards he garnered from 55 receptions in 2016. As a rookie, Humphries grabbed 27 passes and went for 260 yards.

Over/Under Receiving TDs for Humphries in 2019

Adam Humphries TDs for 2019 NFL regular season Odds at BetOnline
Over 4 -115
Under 4 -115

Last season was truly a breakthrough campaign for Humphries in terms of taking it to the house.

His five touchdown receptions were a career high. They were also one more than his total TD catches during his first three NFL seasons combined.

Humphries is a sure-handed, reliable receiver. He dropped just one ball last season. He’s fumbled once during his NFL career. He’s also churned out 414 of his 816 yards in yards after catch, so he’s more elusive than you might think.

He’s also one of the most trustworthy third-down players in the NFL, and that’s an area where the Titans’ offense could use a boost. They were 15th in the NFL at third-down conversions last season (82 of 205).

How Will It Add Up For Adam?

In case you were still wondering exactly how good Humphries is, the team that the Titans pipped for his services was the New England Patriots.

Bill Belichick and his player personnel staff aren’t wrong about too many players. Humphries also returns punts, so he brings that to the field as an added bonus.

His career has trended steadily upward, and Humphries just moved to a deeper, better club with more weapons. Keep that in mind as you make your wagers and play the over in both of these instances.

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