Quarterback Passing Yards Props
Live on in our recommended Sportsbooks are 22 different quarterbacks’ passing totals for the 2020 regular season.
DK offers 10 cent lines from Patrick Mahomes to Drew Lock. Tom Brady is a notable omission from the list of available bets but just about every other expected starting quarterback is available for an early look in the futures market.
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2020 Regular Season Passing Yards Totals:
- Patrick Mahomes 4550.5
- Matt Ryan 4550.5
- Dak Prescott 4375.5
- Jared Goff 4350.5
- Matt Stafford 4150.5
- Deshaun Watson 4150.5
- Drew Brees 4075.5
- Ben Roethlisberger 4000.5
- Russell Wilson 4000.5
- Kyler Murray 3950.5
- Carson Wentz 3900.5
- Joe Burrow 3850.5
- Aaron Rodgers 3850.5
- Jimmy Garoppolo 3800.5
- Daniel Jones 3800.5
- Baker Mayfield 3800.5
- Kirk Cousins 3750.5
- Sam Darnold 3600.5
- Drew Lock 3450.5
- Ryan Tannehill 3425.5
- Josh Allen 3300.5
- Lamar Jackson 3250.5
Murray threw for 3722 yards in 16 starts as a rookie playing for a rookie head coach in 2019. Expectations are high for the Cardinals’ offense in 2020 with Murray a year older and DeAndre Hopkins in the mix.
The addition of not only a WR1 but arguably the best wide receiver in the game might just change everything in Arizona. Now, Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk slide into more appropriate roles.
KeeSean Johnson started four games as a rookie in 2019 and looked like he could also add something to the offense as a deep threat.
Consensus will be Murray going over. The Cardinals’ offense is hyped up and everyone expects Murray, who looked so good for most of his rookie year, to take a step forward.
But I’m weary of the consensus and of the sophomore slump. It’s not a hard call but I’m leaning under here and fading the public consensus.
Wentz eclipsed 4000 yards passing for the first time in his career in 2019. He started all 16 games for the first time since his rookie season in 2016 but saw his QB rating drop nearly 10 points to 93.
His weapons at the skill positions remain relatively unchanged from a year ago but Miles Sanders, who flashed his talent as a pass-catcher out of the backfield as a rookie last season, will make the offense more dynamic as the lead option.
Marquise Goodwin will be out to prove himself after a disappointing end to his career in San Francisco. He slots in as the third guy and a possession receiver after Alshon Jeffrey and DeSean Jackson.
Give me the over on Wentz, who will reach 4000 for a second straight season.
The first overall pick is in rare air sandwiched between some impressive QB names.
Only three rookie QBs have ever thrown for more than 3850 yards: Andrew Luck, Cam Newton and Jameis Winston.
The Bengals have some good skill position talent but no offensive line to protect the rookie. Plus, history is not on Burrow’s side. Count me as a skeptic on the under in this one.
He’s been doing it for 15 years and Rodgers has thrown for over 4000 yards in each of his last three healthy seasons. That will cause some to believe his 2020 total to be curiously low.
Not only do Rodgers and Matt LeFleur have a year under their belts together as quarterback and head coach, the Packers added Devin Funchess to the receiving corps.
Davante Adams will begin the season healthy after missing significant time a season ago and Allen Lazard looks like a candidate to emerge as a legitimate number two option behind him.
Rodgers staying healthy is still a concern but I’m over, nonetheless.
Jimmy G came just shy of 4000 yards in his first season with 16 starts in 2019. All he has to do is get over 3800 to cash the over this season.
And why not? The 49ers will have another terrific season on both sides of the ball. The receivers are young but Deebo Samuel looks a star in the making and developed a strong rapport with Garoppolo as a rookie last season.
Brandon Aiyuk will be charged with taking over for Emmanuel Sanders as a starting wideout. The 25th overall pick in the draft is a burner but will take time to adjust to his new team, especially with rookie camps gone virtual due to the virus.
Regardless, I’m over on Garoppolo too.
Jones had over 3000 yards in 12 starts as a rookie, which would have him over 4000 in a full season.
He had some huge games, including three where he totaled 13 touchdowns to no interceptions.
He also has a problem holding onto the ball and turning it over with picks and sacks. I’m weary he will stay healthy and overcome a potential sophomore slump to get over 3800. So I’m under.
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