Jahan Dotson’s NFL offensive rookie of the year odds

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The 2022 NFL draft was highlighted on offense by a number of playmaking wide receivers. Among those selected in the first round was Jahan Dotson out of Penn State. The Washington Commanders are hoping Dotson becomes a quick fixture in the offensive success of the franchise.

According to the latest preseason odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook, Dotson is the 13th player on the board to win the NFL’s offensive rookie of the year award in 2022. Dotson has +1,500 odds to win the offensive rookie of the year award, which classifies him as a player with a real chance to be in the conversation but not quite far enough out of the mix to be considered a longshot.

The favorite from Tipico to win offensive rookie of the year is Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett (+500), followed by Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London (+700).

Dotson was the only offensive skill position player drafted by an NFL team in the 2022 NFL draft. Offensive tackle Rasheed Walker was the only other offensive player selected (Green Bay Packers), and he waited until the seventh round to get his call to the NFL.

Former Penn State running back Saquon Barkley was the recipient of the NFL’s offensive rookie of the year award in 2018.

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