NFL QB Passing Props 2022

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As we get set for another week of regular season action, NFL QB passing props are available for betting. You can take your pick of things like over/under on yards, passing TDs, and the longest completion for all of the league’s top signal-callers. Let’s take look at some of this week’s top possibilities and the latest odds.

NFL QB Passing Props for Week 5

In the below table, you can search for the latest QB passing prop odds by simply typing in a player’s name. When you find a prop that you want, click on the bet to be directed to the sportsbook to place the wager.

NFL Passing Props Week 5

From the primetime tilts to wall-to-wall Sunday action, there are hundreds of passing props for bettors to consider throughout the busy slate of games. Here’s a quick look at some of this week’s top NFL QB passing props.

Over/Under Passing Yard Props Week 5

The week kicks off with a Thursday Night Football matchup between two potential AFC contenders. The teams are off to slower than expected starts, and the same can be said for the starting QBs. Here are the Colts vs. Broncos over/under passing yard props and the latest odds.

  • IND QB Matt Ryan vs. Denver Broncos: 
  • DEN QB Russell Wilson vs. Indianapolis Colts: 

Passing TD Prop Bets Week 5

Wilson and Ryan are settling into new environments. They both have had flashes through four weeks, but not quite what many were expecting. Is it time for them to light it up on TNF? Here are the Colts vs. Broncos passing TD props and the latest odds.

  • IND QB Matt Ryan vs. Denver Broncos: 
  • DEN QB Russell Wilson vs. Indianapolis Colts: 

Longest Completion Prop Bets Week 5

Both QBs can sling it, and they have deep threats that can stretch the field. Said another way, some deep shots are certainly possible under the bright primetime lights. Let’s take a look at the latest odds for Colts vs. Broncos longest completion prop bets.

  • IND QB Matt Ryan vs. Denver Broncos: 
  • DEN QB Russell Wilson vs. Indianapolis Colts: 

What are QB passing props?

You can bet on the performance of the league’s top quarterbacks with passing props. When the season is underway, there will be options for each game all season long. For example, you could place over/under bets on passing yardage or TDs.

In the offseason, there are season-long props available for betting in the futures market, some of which are also in an over/under format, and you can also bet on the league leaders in various categories.

Which QBs have the best chance to lead the league this year?

Heading into the Season, Justin Herbert and Tom Brady, who finished first and second in last year’s arms race, were on top of the charts. The odds have continued to evolve as the season has started to move along.  Here are the current favorites for most regular season passing yards 2022-23.

  • Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers:
  • Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs:
  • Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills:
  • Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals:
  • Derek Carr, Las Vegas Raiders:

Herbert threw for 5,000+ yards a season ago, and many are expecting more steps forward in his third pro season. Meanwhile, Mahomes and Allen are off to fantastic starts for two of the league’s best offenses. The race has just started, and it’ll be interesting to see how it all plays out.

Are there any other QBs with a real chance?

It’s a long season, and various contenders will rise and fall on the passing yard leader charts on a week-to-week basis. For the early going, a number of QB1s are off to very impressive starts. Here’s a trio of options that could be could be worth keeping an eye on.

  • Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams: 
  • Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
  • Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles

Stafford and Brady were among the preseason favorites. The veterans are off to slower than expected starts, but there’s still more than enough time to turn things around. Meanwhile, Hurts is off to a fantastic start for an Eagles team that’s looking like a contender.

How NFL player props work

While the exact options may differ depending on where you bet, here’s a look at the top QB passing props and how they work:

Most passing yards 

For this wager, the goal is to pick the QB who will lead the league in passing yards for the season. Sportsbooks will have the latest NFL betting lines for all of the candidates, ranging from the top favorites down to extreme long shots. The odds at the top may look like this:

  • Justin Herbert +600
  • Tom Brady +700
  • Patrick Mahomes +800

Thanks to the positive odds across the board, there’s the chance for some exceptional returns, even when wagering on favorites. At odds of +600, a winning $10 bet would return $60 in profit, while $50 would bring back $300.

When trying to project season leaders, be sure to weigh factors like injury risk, available weapons on offense and continuity on the coaching staff.

Most passing TDs

You can also place your bets on which QB will lead the league in passing TDs. The bet works in the same fashion as betting on the passing yards leader. Tom Brady led the league in passing TDs last year with 43, followed by Matthew Stafford with 41.

Starting QB props

If there’s a potential QB controversy brewing for the preseason, sportsbooks will release odds on who will be the starter in Week 1.

It’s yet another way to stay engaged until the games that matter get underway.

Attempts, completions and INTs

When the regular season begins, there will be props available for the other main stats for QBs, including attempts, completions and interceptions. You’ll be able to bet on them individually at various sportsbooks, and some books will also let you include these props in single-game parlays.

QB passing over/unders

For individual games, many QB props are available in the over/under format. There are also some options in the season-long category with the odds and lines typically coming out in the latter part of the offseason.

TDs and passing yardage are the most popular season-long options. They’re available at most online sportsbooks as a result. Some books will expand the menu even further with interceptions and other stats. 

Who led the NFL in passing last year?

Father time has yet to win the battle with Brady, as he led the league in passing yards last year. After his brief retirement, he’s among the favorites to do so once again. Here are the top 10 leaders from last season along with their total passing yards.

RankPlayerTeamYards
1Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers5,316
2Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers5,014
3Matthew StaffordLos Angeles Rams4,886
4Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs4,839
5Derek CarrLas Vegas Raiders4,804
6Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals4,611
7Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys4,449
8Josh AllenBuffalo Bills4,407
9Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings4,221
10Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers4,115

Recent NFL passing yard leaders

If we look back over the past decade, several league leaders in passing yards have retired, while Brady is among the previous champs who are still standing. Will we see a new name atop the board this time around? While we wait for the answer, here are the last 10 years of passing yardage champs.

SeasonPlayerTeamYards
2021Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers5,316
2020Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans4,823
2019Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers5,109
2018Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers5,129
2017Tom BradyNew England Patriots4,577
2016Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints5,208
2015Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints4,870
2014 (tie)Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints4,952
2014 (tie)Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers4,952
2013Payton ManningDenver Broncos5,477
2012Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints5,177

FAQ

What happens to NFL passing props if a QB gets injured? 

For season-long props, an injury that happens in advance of the season tends to void bets, but that ceases to be the case as soon as Week 1 gets underway. For individual games, it works the same way: Void and refund prior to game time; in play once the action kicks off.

Which QB threw for the most yards in a single season?  

Peyton Manning holds the record with 5,477 yards. He set the mark while playing for the Denver Broncos in 2013. Drew Brees is second with a 5,476-yard season for the New Orleans Saints in 2011.

Which QB has led the NFL in passing yards the most times?  

Drew Brees has the record with seven passing titles, all of which he won as a member of the Saints. Sonny Jurgensen and Dan Marino are tied for second with five league-leading seasons apiece.

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