NFL Most Passing Yards Odds

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With legal sports betting arriving in Ohio in January 2023, NFL fans can soon have some fun with NFL futures bets including who will have the most passing yards in a full season. Below we break down how to bet on passing yard futures including the latest odds, data and tips on where to bet.

Odds for most NFL passing yards

Check our odds feed below to track the current odds for most passing yards in the NFL. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook, sign up for an account and start betting.

Top contenders for most passing yards

Some seasons, the overall passing leader is a bit of a surprise. More frequently, though, the winner comes from a pool of at least somewhat well-known names. Here is our list of five contenders for most passing yards:

  • Joe Burrow: The Cincinnati signal caller has kept himself at the top of the passing leaders chart in 2022 throughout the majority of the season. In the first half of the schedule, he was throwing for nearly 70 percent completions and had over 2,300 yards. He’s not looking to slow down, either.
  • Tom Brady: When you’re the GOAT, you get on the list. Simple as that. Brady seems to be almost ageless at times. He just keeps coming back for more every season. His production stays lofty, his expectations and goals never waiver and he has a knack for finding players down the field. Brady has the ability to win the passing yards race every year he’s in the NFL — and that might be forever at this point.
  • Josh Allen: Remember when the pundits said Buffalo was making a mistake drafting Josh Allen? Yeah, they sure are quiet these days. In the first half of the 2022 season, Allen was one of the top passing QBs in the league. He had over 2,100 yards rushing and already picked up 19 passing touchdowns.
  • Justin Herbert: Sure, he’s young, but he’s in the conversation thanks to a ton of talent and a young but skilled group of receivers. Herbert has been tearing things up since he came into the NFL, and there’s no reason to believe that is going to change.
  • Patrick Mahomes: Over 2,100 yards passing over the first eight games of the 2022 season has kept Mahomes in the discussion about potentially taking the top passing yard position when all is said and done. Does he have the weapons? If you’re looking at pure QB ability and the nerve to throw it into some very tight spots, then, yes, Mahomes has everything he needs.

Recent NFL passing yard champions

Below, we have the passing yards winner for the past 10 seasons (including a tie in 2014), as well as the total yards they finished with and their opening odds prior to the start of the season. NFL passing leader odds are courtesy of sportsoddshistory.com.

YearQuarterbackOddsTotal Yards
2021Tom Brady+9005,316
2020Deshaun Watson+20004,823
2019Jameis Winston+9505,109
2018Ben Roethlisberger+10005,129
2017Tom Brady+6004,577
2016Drew Brees+5255,208
2015Drew Brees+6504,870
2014Ben Roethlisberger (tied)N/A4,952
2014Drew Brees (tied)+2004,952
2013Peyton Manning+5505,477
2012Drew Brees+4005,177
2011Drew Brees+5005,476

Best Ohio NFL props betting sites

When considering which Ohio betting app has the best features, you need to ask yourself what you’re looking for and then find the sportsbooks that offer it. If you’re unsure about which sportsbook best fits your needs, you can find a variety of reviews on this site, including information on current promotions and bonuses.

Don’t be afraid to have a couple of accounts at different sportsbooks, either. That can help you with your line shopping to ensure that you get the best odds for any bet you want to place. We do have a couple of favorite sportsbooks for NFL futures, however. Here are four of them:

  1. DraftKings Sportsbook Ohio: A top option thanks to its overall quality, experience and customer service. There’s always a nice selection of NFL bets to make, including futures.
  2. FanDuel Sportsbook Ohio: Like its above-mentioned rival, FanDuel has successfully made the move from daily fantasy sports to full-on sports betting. It has an easy-to-use website and app, an appealing design and a great selection of betting options, as well.
  3. Caesars Sportsbook Ohio: With a name like Caesars, this book does not disappoint, offering a nice variety of bets, a user-friendly experience and more. For those looking to wager on the NFL, Caesars’ sportsbook has you covered.
  4. BetMGM Sportsbook Ohio: MGM has a reputation for quality in the betting industry, and it showcases that with its online sportsbook. You get a variety of betting options, outstanding functionality and a quality user experience. If you’re interested in betting on passing yard futures, you have a solid option with the BetMGM betting app.

Betting on passing yards over/under

Wagering on the quarterback who is going to end up with the most passing yards throughout the regular season is not the only way you can get in on the action while focusing on the aerial attack.

Passing yard totals work just like any other totals bet, also known as over/unders. A sportsbook will list a total number of yards that it anticipates a quarterback throwing for throughout the season. You can then bet on whether that quarterback will end up going over or under the sportsbook’s line.

For example, if Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow had a line of 4,200.5 yards for the season, and he finished with 4,197, then those who bet on the under would win.

To see more on the Bengals, visit our dedicated Cincinnati Bengals odds page.

Other NFL futures bets

There are quite a few options when it comes to betting on the NFL season. Depending on the sportsbook you are using, you could have quite a few props and futures bets to choose from. Here are a few of the most popular that you’ll likely come across at Ohio sportsbooks:

  • NFL MVP odds: Just like it sounds, this is a futures bet on which player will win the NFL’s most valuable player award at the end of the season. Take note that this is not the Super Bowl MVP, but the award for regular season accomplishments.
  • Most passing touchdowns: Much like the most passing yards, this futures bet is all about quarterbacks. Which one do you think will throw for the most touchdowns?
  • Most rushing yards: You have to give running backs some love, too. This bet means trying to figure out which RB is going to put up the most mileage by season’s end.
  • Most receiving yards: Quarterbacks can’t get those impressive numbers without receivers. Many books will offer futures bets on which receiver will end up with the most yards on the year.

Those are just a sampling of the NFL prop betting odds you are going to encounter at Ohio sportsbooks. From single-game bets to season-long futures to the latest Super Bowl odds, the NFL is the most popular sport to wager on, which means sportsbooks do all they can to keep that part of their customer base happy with an impressive array of options.