Saints’ Jameis Winston’s most popular bet to lead the NFL in passing yards at an interesting price

Saints’ Jameis Winston’s most popular bet to lead the NFL in passing yards at an interesting price

The 2022 NFL season is fast approaching and gamblers are starting to think about their options not only in Week 1 bets but also in future bets. On Caesars Sportsbook, there are Over / Under winning sets for all 32 teams, odds on which team will win each category and then statistic bets on future fulfillment.

An interesting bet for future fulfillment is who will lead the NFL in passing yards in 2022? Last year, 44-year-old Tom Brady led the NFL with 5,316 yards in the first regular season of the 17-game league. Last year, Deshaun Watson won the crown of success with 4,823 yards. In 2019, James Winston surpassed all passers-by with 5,109 yards, while launching 33 touchdowns and 30 interceptions. Although it was not a “good” campaign for him, Winston seems to be on his feet with the New Orleans Saints and the gamblers are watching him lead the league down again.

According to Caesars Sportsbook, Winston was the players’ most popular bet to lead the league to success in 2022. The former No. 1 overall pick leads to a total of 18 percent of tickets and a total of $ 27 bets. one hundred. He has received so many bets, his initial price of +7500 dropped to +4000. These +4000 odds are equivalent to Miami Dolphins ‘Tua Tagovailoa and Washington Commanders’ Carson Wentz.

Some big bets have been placed on Winston to lift most passing yards. A Virginia player put $ 2,000 in Winston at +5000 for potential winnings of $ 100,000 and a Nevada player placed $ 1,000 in Winston at +8000 for potential winnings of $ 80,000.

Winston played in just seven games last season due to a torn ACL, but threw for 1,170 yards, 14 touchdowns and just three blocks. Winston did not play the entire seventh game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when he was injured, so if we take that match out of the equation, Winston averaged just 185.6 yards per game. This number will be ranked 31st in the league last season. While this statistic may pause betting, Winston has seen his broad body completely renewed this off-season with the additions of Jarvis Landry and Chris Olave, plus the return of Michael Thomas. While Sean Payton resigned this off-season, Pete Carmichael continues to serve as the attacking coordinator.

Here are the top 33 Caesars contenders to lead the passing yards championship in 2022. Winston is not the only general with interesting odds on this list.

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