Sportsbooks have released passing yardage markets for NFL quarterbacks, which is an opportunity to see who bookmakers believe will lead the NFL in passing yards.
It is a prime opportunity for bettors to make some early wagers at long odds and helpful for fantasy managers to check-in and look at how the quarterbacks stack up for the 2022 NFL season from another angle.
Check out the latest comprehensive and most trusted Sportsbook Reviews by SBR here.
Caesars Odds Analysis
The best returns for Justin Herbert, Aaron Rodgers, and Tua Tagovailoa are available at Caesars, and overall, they’re offering similar numbers to the other two books.
Caesars has Tom Brady as the betting favorite to lead the league in passing in back-to-back seasons and for the fifth time in his decorated career.
It’s also worth noting the book has the lowest odds for Dak Prescott, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, and Mac Jones to lead the league in passing.
FanDuel Odds Analysis
Matthew Stafford, Tom Brady, Justin Herbert, and Patrick Mahomes are a fitting foursome of favorites to lead the league in passing yards this season. However, only Brady has achieved the feat.
FanDuel offers the best return on Brady, Joe Burrow, Kirk Cousins, Matt Ryan, Mac Jones, and Kyler Murry.
On the flip side, the odds for Mahomes and Tua Tagovailoa are the only two offerings where FanDuel is hanging the lowest number of the three sportsbooks.
Overall, if you’re looking for longshots down the board, FanDuel is probably the best book to turn to.
DraftKings Odds Analysis
The immediate takeaway is DraftKings is only offering the best return on two listed quarterbacks: Patrick Mahomes and Russell Wilson.
Additionally, Justin Herbert and Aaron Rodgers both have notably lower odds than the other two books.
Herbert is the betting favorite to lead the NFL in passing yards at DraftKings, and he finished second in the league last season behind Tom Brady. Despite winning the MVP award four times, Rodgers has never led the NFL in passing yards.
At a glance, DraftKings is offering the worst odds almost across the entire board with the exceptions of Mahomes and Wilson.
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