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NFL Passing Yards Leader

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Rot 2022-2023 Most Regular Season Passing Yards Moneyline
1001 Tom Brady     +700
1002 Matthew Stafford     +700
1003 Patrick Mahomes     +750
1004 Justin Hebert     +550
1005 Derek Carr     +950
1006 Dak Prescott     +1000
1007 Aaron Rodgers     +1200
1008 Josh Allen     +1200
1009 Russell Wilson     +1400
1010 Joe Burrow     +850
1011 Kirk Cousins     +1600
1012 Deshaun Watson     +2000
1013 Matt Ryan     +2500
1014 Ryan Tannehill     +2500
1015 Mac Jones     +2500
1016 Kyler Murray     +2500
1017 Trevor Lawrence     +2800
1018 Tua Tagovailoa     +2800
1019 Carson Wentz     +3300
1020 Jimmy Garoppolo     +4000
1021 Trey Lance     +4000
1022 Jalen Hurts     +4000
1023 Jameis Winston     +4000
1024 Lamar Jackson     +5000
1025 Marcus Mariota     +5000
1026 Davis Mills     +6000
1027 Zach Wilson     +6000
1028 Justin Fields     +8000
1029 Mitchell Trubisky     +8000
1030 Sam Darnold     +10000
1031 Kenny Pickett     +10000
1032 Malik Willis     +10000
1033 Jared Goff     +10000
1034 Baker Mayfield     +10000
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NFL Passing Yards Leader Betting Lines & Odds


Over the years, quarterbacks have become the most important players in the NFL. These locker room leaders hold the weight of the offense on their shoulders.

The play calls they make can affect how a team does each week.

The NFL has seen many talented quarterbacks since the Super Bowl era. Quarterbacks like Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, John Elway, and many others have made their marks in the NFL passing record books.

However, the current lineup of NFL quarterbacks look to challenge some of those records.

One NFL quarterback that is setting records is Tom Brady. The ironman of the NFL holds most of the NFL passing records and came back for one more season to put a cushion between himself and future NFL quarterbacks.

During the 2021 NFL season, Brady finished as the NFL passing yards leader with 5,316 yards.

While he dominated the passing yards in 2021, the new NFL season has younger quarterbacks hungry to take the mantle of passing yards leader.

These quarterbacks include Aaron Rodgers, Derek Carr, Joe Burrow, Justin Herbert, and Patrick Mahomes.

Those quarterbacks have shown they can stay close to a 5,000 yard passing season and might eclipse those numbers this NFL season.

While it won’t be easy to make it to the top of the quarterback mountain, each one of those players will try their hardest to be the next NFL passing yards leader.

Main Events During the Week

Divisional rivalry games present the main event feel each week in the NFL. These games are some of the most intense games played during the NFL season.

Expect quarterbacks to face tough defenses in these games, as rivals often play their best games in these matchups.

How the NFL Passing Yards Leader Works

The NFL passing yards leader is in a moneyline format for each quarterback in the race. For the gambler, they just need their quarterback to have the most passing yards during the NFL regular season. Players eligible are starting quarterbacks for any of the 32 NFL teams.

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Betting Strategy: Bet Hedging

Gamblers can take advantage of bet hedging strategies with the NFL passing yards leader. Hedging those bets early with the NFL passing yards leader gives gamblers the best Vegas NFL odds.

To hedge a wager on the NFL passing yards leader, the gambler needs to place multiple bets on the other quarterbacks available to bet on.

However, the move is risky if all your wagers don’t win. That’s why studying every team, their players, and their opponents helps before hedging any bets.

Also, remember to wager less money on higher odds quarterbacks and make sure any winning wager can cover all losses.

Prop Bets

All throughout the NFL season, gamblers can take advantage of prop bets. Prop bets can range from individual performances from players to which team makes a certain amount of points first.

No matter which prop bet you choose, these wagers add excitement to the game of football.

How to Bet on NFL Passing Yards Leader

With the NFL lines and Vegas NFL odds on the NFL passing yards leader, some strategy is required to have a wager with the best chances of winning.

While there are many NFL quarterbacks that might win the passing yards leader, only one player will do this.

A careful examination of the quarterback and the surrounding players gives gamblers the best picture of which quarterback has the best chances of winning.

For example, Derek Carr finished 2021 with 4,804 passing yards. While that was over 500 yards behind the passing leader in 2021, he has a new weapon in Davante Adams.

Adams was a top-five receiver in 2021 and is also a former teammate of his from their college years.

Adding Adams to the lineup in Las Vegas gives Carr a better chance this season for NFL passing yards leader.

So before wagering on any quarterback, examine these things:

  • Did the team add offensive weapons for the quarterback to pass to?
  • Is the quarterback showing a steady progression in his passing yards each season?
  • Did the quarterback lose any offensive weapons that might hurt their passing yards?
  • Is the team focusing on the season’s passing or running game?
  • How many passing yards did the quarterback have the previous season?
  • Has the quarterback ever won the NFL passing yards leader before?

Some gamblers might want to wait until later in the NFL season before wagering on the NFL passing yards leader. Doing this might mean a better chance of a successful wager.

It also means the NFL odds will be lower for gamblers. It then becomes a risk versus reward debate on when to wager money on the NFL passing yards leader.

While the best value and NFL odds are found early, there can also be some value in a later stage wager. However, a careful study of the quarterbacks and their remaining schedule is needed.

Here are other items to examine when betting late on the NFL passing yards leader:

  • How many games are remaining for the quarterback?
  • What are the remaining teams they have to play?
  • Are the defenses on those teams good or bad against the passing game?
  • Are there any rivalry games left to be played?
  • How close are the quarterbacks in the race for the NFL passing yards leader?
  • Which quarterback has the easiest remaining schedule?
  • Is the defense making it where the quarterback has to bring the team back in a game?
  • Has the quarterback lost any key players to an injury?

While the Vegas NFL odds usually put the leading quarterback as the favorite, gamblers can use these tips to find the best quarterback to wager on late in the season.

While the strategy isn’t a foolproof one, it can help find a potential underdog who could win the NFL passing yards leader. It’s about finding value while mitigating risk with any wager.

While betting on the favorite seems like the easiest and safest move, the favorite doesn’t always win. There’s always something that happens during an NFL season that alters the NFL odds on a favorite quarterback.

Those NFL odds move the most during the NFL season and see a tightening as the season comes closer to the ending.

With odds being the best before the season starts, gamblers can hedge bets then or wait until later if their early pick is winning.

If you hedge a bet later in the season, only do so if your early pick is in front, but you see another quarterback who could overtake him at the end.

Also, don’t wager more than the winning wager would cover on a losing bet.


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On the sportsbook part of the BetUS site, click on FOOTBALL. Next, click on the NFL PASSING YARDS LEADER. NFL quarterbacks are found here, along with the NFL lines for each player.

The odds on each quarterback are next to their name in this area. You can then click on the NFL odds next to the quarterback you are wagering money on. After that, just confirm your bet, and your wager will be complete.

Yes! Every type of sports betting has its own strategy gamblers can use. The NFL passing yards leader is no different and has its own strategy gamblers can use.

NFL odds on the quarterbacks in the NFL passing yards leader are moneyline odds. You will see a plus or minus sign when looking at the odds numbers. Quarterbacks with plus odds are the underdog, while quarterbacks with negative odds are the favorite.

When NFL lines for the NFL passing yards leader begin, all quarterbacks have plus odds. However, the lowest plus odds quarterback is the favorite to win the NFL passing yards leader.

You will get the amount shown for every $100 bet with plus odds, so +900 will get you $900 on a $100 wager. Negative odds show how much you have to wager to win $100, so -140 odds mean you need to wager $140 to win $100.

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