NFL: 2016 Most Passing Yards Prop Odds

NFL: 2016 Most Passing Yards Prop Odds


With the 2016 NFL season just around the
corner, it’s time for books and bettors to start
getting excited for another year of football. Aand with that, we’re starting to
see the season props pour in. Drew Brees is a +500 favorite to lead the NFL
in passing yards this upcoming season. It should not come as a surprise as
the Saints quarterback has paced the league in four of the past five years. In addition, Brees has more youth and
potential than he ever has in his receiving unit, with Brandon Cooks and
Michael Thomas catching the ball. If you’re looking for some value in the
middle of the board, there are plenty of young pivots that you might want to look
at. Blake Bortles finished seventh in the NFL in passing last year and he could be
primed to rise up those ranks. Bortles had the best young receiving unit in the
NFL with Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson catching the ball. If you’re looking for real dark horse
value and I mean really down the board, that has to go to Jameis Winston of the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Winston threw for over 4,000 yards last season including a
three-game run to end the year in which he tossed 983 yards. The Bucs quarterback also with a top-tier
receiver Mike Evans and legitimate running game to help keep defenses
honest. For all your NFL odds, breakdowns, and analysis, make sure to keep it on OddsShark.com.

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