2019 NFL Odds for Passing, Rushing, and Receiving Yards

2019 NFL Odds for Passing, Rushing, and Receiving Yards

Written by on July 30, 2019

The 2019 NFL Season is just about here. Will Patrick Mahomes, Andrew Luck, or Matt Ryan lead the league in passing yards? Who has the best shot of leading the NFL in rushing yards? Ezekiel Elliott or Saquon Barkley? Is Julio Jones the man to back to rack up the most receiving yards? Check out the 2019 NFL odds and analysis for passing, rushing, and receiving yards leaders!

2019 NFL Passing, Rushing, Receiving Odds Analysis

NFL Most Regular Season Passing Yards Odds

  • Patrick Mahomes +400
  • Andrew Luck +400
  • Matt Ryan +400
  • Aaron Rodgers +650
  • Ben Roethlisberger +750
  • Baker Mayfield +1200
  • Drew Brees +1200
  • Jameis Winston +1600
  • Jared Goff +1600
  • Philip Rivers +2000
  • Tom Brady +2500
  • Carson Wentz +3300
  • Kirk Cousins +3300

Mahomes, Luck, and Ryan make sense as favorites. Patrick Mahomes won the NFL MVP last season. Not only that, but, so far, Mahomes has one of his top targets in the fold, wide receiver Tyreek Hill. With so many stretch the field weapons, Patrick should throw for over 5,000 yards again.

Andrew Luck could light up the scoreboard with long TD passes this season. The Colts are a legitimate Super Bowl contender. Indianapolis also added Devin Funchess and Parris Campbell to their wide receiver unit.

Matt Ryan threw for 4,924 yards last season. He could throw for way more yards this season. In addition to Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley and Mohamed Sanu remain on the roster. Ryan should eclipse the 5,000 yards mark.

Although Mahomes, Luck, and Ryan should all throw for over 5,000 yards, the best bet on the board might be Ben Roethlisberger. Big Ben threw for 5,129 yards last season. Don’t worry that Antonio Brown no longer plays for the Steelers. JuJu Smith-Schuster caught 111 passes for 1,426 yards. Smith-Schuster should have a monster season, which could lead to Big Ben throwing for more passing yards than anyone else in the league.

NFL Most Regular Season Rushing Yards Odds

  • Ezekiel Elliott +260
  • Saquon Barkley +300
  • Derrick Henry +1000
  • Le’Veon Bell +1200
  • Todd Gurley +1400
  • Nick Chubb +1600
  • Joe Mixon +2000
  • Melvin Gordon +2000
  • Dalvin Cook +2000
  • James Connor +2800
  • David Johnson +2800
  • Leonard Fournette +3300
  • Marlon Mack +3300
  • Kerryon Johnson +3300
  • Chris Carson +3300
  • Christian McCaffrey +3300
  • Aaron Jones +3300
  • Lamar Miller +4000

Zeke offers underlay odds. He isn’t at training camp. Who knows how long his holdout will last? The Cowboys are so worried about Ezekiel Elliott that they’ve signed Alfred Morris to carry the load. Dallas needs Elliott to make the playoffs. But, that doesn’t mean they’ll give in to his demands.

Saquon Barkley might be an underlay at +300. The Giants will most definitely lean on Barkley this season, just like they did his rookie year. Barkley rushed for 1,307 yards in 2019. He should eclipse 1,500 yards this season. He could approach 2,000 rushing yards because the Giants’ offensive line is better and the wide receiver unit is worse.

If you’re looking for a long shot play, consider Marlon Mack. Mack rushed for 908 yards last season. He only played in 12 games. If the Colts offense is as good as advertised, Mack could have a monster year on the ground.

NFL Most Regular Season Receiving Yards Odds

  • Julio Jones +400
  • DeAndre Hopkins +600
  • JuJu Smtih-Schuster +1000
  • Michael Thomas +1000
  • Odell Beckham +1000
  • Y. Hilton +1200
  • Mike Evans +1400
  • Davante Adams +1600
  • Antonio Brown +1600
  • Adam Thielen +1800
  • Keenan Allen +2000
  • J. Green +2200
  • Amari Cooper +2800
  • Brandin Cooks +3300
  • George Kittle +3300
  • Robert Woods +3300
  • Travis Kelce +3300
  • Stefon Diggs +4000
  • Kenny Golladay +4000
  • Chris Godwin +4000
  • Julian Edelman +4000

Jones offers underlay odds. He often leads the league in receiving yards, but the Falcons will concentrate on getting the football to Calvin Ridley this season. That should temper Jones’s yards and touchdowns.

JuJu Smith-Schuster offers the fairest odds to lead the NFL in receiving yards. He’s a legitimate WR1 who tore it up with Antonio Brown playing opposite him last season. Ben Roethlisberger has a great rapport with JuJu. He’s the top play.

The long shot play is Keenan Allen at +2000. Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon is a holdout. If he holds out for all training camp, the Chargers might go to the Keenan well more than they would have this season. Quarterback Philip Rivers and Allen have a great QB/WR connection. Keenan offers great odds to lead the NFL in receiving yards.

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