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Ja'Marr Chase Rookie of the Year Odds Explode After Week 3 Performance

Isaiah De Los Santos
Ja'Marr Chase's Rookie of the Year odds have exploded after his Week 3 performance.
Ja'Marr Chase's Rookie of the Year odds have exploded after his Week 3 performance. / Quinn Harris/Getty Images
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Anyone doubting Ja'Marr Chase heading into the season is now feeling foolish. The Cincinnati Bengals rookie wideout stepped up with Tee Higgins sidelined in Week 3 and delivered another impressive outing to begin his career.

Chase's performance against the Pittsburgh Steelers has made his odds to win Offensive Rookie of the Year skyrocket.

Ja'Marr Chase Rookie of the Year Odds

Chase entered the season at +2000 odds to win Offensive Rookie of the Year on FanDuel Sportsbook. However, he's now jumped all the way up to +400, which makes him the overall favorite. It's a massive change to a race that favored quarterbacks to start the 2021 campaign.

The LSU product has, so far, looked as good as advertised. He had no problem burning the Steelers in Week 3, racking up 65 yards and 2 scores on just 4 receptions. Chase also torched the Minnesota Vikings for 101 yards and a TD in Week 1, then recorded 54 yards and another score in Week 2.

Chase holds a slight lead over quarterback Mac Jones (+450) at the top of the odds. Fellow QBs Trey Lance (+750), Justin Fields (+850) and Trevor Lawrence (+850) are early contenders as well.


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