2024 NFL Player Stats Props-Passing Yards

2024 NFL Player Stats Props-Passing Yards

The NFL is about three months away, but you can still make some cash on future betting. Let’s take a look at some quarterback stats for the 2024-25 season in terms of passing yards and passing TDs.

(odds from Draft Kings)

Regular Season Passing Yards 2024-25

Justin Herbert Under 3600.5 -110

Jim Harbaugh is going to emphasize the run a lot more this season. You add the fact that Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are gone to leave a questionable receiving corps.

Deshaun Watson Over 3400.5 yards -110

Watson was injured last season and has played in just 12 games in two seasons for the Browns. He has thrown for over 2,200 yards in those 12 games. At Houston, he was regularly throwing for well over 3,500 yards. With Amari Cooper, Jerry Jeudy, Elijah Moore and Nick Chubb coming off another serious injury, expect Watson to take to the air with more success this season.

Josh Allen Over 3700.5 yards -110

Allen is a gunslinger so even if his passing numbers goes down, it still should be well over 3,700 yards despite losing Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. He’s averaged 4,385 yards over his last four season.

Trevor Lawrence Over 3800.5 yards +100

Lawrence had a decent season last year and still passed for over 4,000 yards. Now, he had a big vertical threat in Gabe Davis, who should help a mediocre corps.

Kirk Cousins Under 4000.5 yards -110

When healthy with the Vikings, Cousins threw for over 4,200 yards in four of five seasons. However, there is no Justin Jefferson or prime Adam Thielen on the Falcons. Expect the Falcons to run the ball more this season with Bijan Robinson and Tyler Allgeier because, that receiving corps is a step down from Jefferson and even Jordan Addison.

Kyle Murray Over 3400.5 -110

Murray was on his way to over 3,500 yards passing before injury after he threw for 1,799 yards in eight games last season with Arizona. Enter Marvin Harrison Jr. to bolster the receiving corps and new head coach Jonathan Gannon and offensive coordinator Drew Petzing.

Tua Tagovailoa Over 4100.5 -110

Tua threw for 4,624 yards last season and there’s not reason he can’t do that again with the two most dynamic wide receivers in Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill.

Matthew Stafford Over 4000.5 +110

Good value here because Stafford is getting up there at 36. He threw for 3,965 yards last season in 15 games, so he was close to throwing for over 4,000 yards. In Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua, he has two big, physical receivers who can run after the catch.

Baker Mayfield Over 3690.5 -110

Mayfield bounced back with 4,044 yards for the Bucs in his first full season there. It helps to have Mike Evans back along with Chris Godwin. They add rookie Jalen McMillan from Washington in the third round, who has good size and speed.

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