2017 Quarterback Individual Stats Props Odds

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Kevin Stott

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 12:37 PM GMT

Tuesday, Jul. 25, 2017 12:37 PM GMT

Popular online sportsbook BetOnline has QB props odds on TD Passes and Passing Yards for individual players for the coming 2017 NFL Regular Season. Let’s take a look at odds from these markets and offer up three futures totals picks from the passing TD market.

Looking at two of the NFL Props markets involving QBs -- Total Regular Season Touchdown Passes and Passing Yards -- from Offshore sportsbook BetOnline, the numbers next to the select QBs chosen in these markets aren’t surprising, but the handful of teams without proven QBs enough to even make these markets may mean trouble for them this coming 2017/18 NFL Regular Season.

Six NFL teams who don’t even have starting QBs in these three markets are the Chicago Bears (200/1 to win Super Bowl, 5Dimes) and San Francisco 49ers (400/1 to win Super Bowl, 5Dimes) in the NFC and the Cleveland Browns (300/1 to win Super Bowl, Heritage), Denver Broncos (33/1 to win Super Bowl, Heritage), Kansas City Chiefs (28/1 to win Super Bowl, 5Dimes) and New York Jets (400/1 to win Super Bowl, Heritage) in the AFC.

In Chicago, it looks like Head Coach John Fox (6/1 First NFL Head Coach To Be Fired, BetOnline) is leaning to starting Free Agent-signee Mike Glennon over Rookie and No. 2 pick in the NFL Draft -- a guy the Bears traded up for -- North Carolina’s Mitch Trubisky (30/1 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, 5Dimes) while 49ers HC Kyle Shanahan (66/1 First NFL HC To Be Fired, BetOnline) has Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley 1-2 on his current Depth Chart in San Francisco.

Broncos HC Vance Joseph (40/1 First NFL HC To Be Fired, BetOnline) has two evolving QBs in Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch fighting to be the top guy in Denver, while Chiefs HC Andy Reid (40/1 First NFL HC To Be Fired, BetOnline) is entering a season where it appears that veteran signal caller Alex Smith could face pressure for his starting job from Texas Tech Rookie and No. 10 overall Draft Pick -- another QB traded up to be obtained -- Patrick Mahomes (50/1 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, 5Dimes), if things don’t start well for Smith (91.2 QBR 2016) and Kansas City (28/1 to win Super Bowl, Heritage).

The woeful Browns (15-49 SU since 2013) and HC Hue Jackson (10/1 First NFL HC To Be Fired, BetOnline) will look to Brock Osweiler and/or 2nd-year USC product Cody Kessler as their starting QB in Cleveland, while HC Todd Bowles (+550 First NFL HC To Be Fired, BetOnline) and the Jets have Josh McCown, 2nd-year Penn State product Christian Hackenberg and former Baylor QB Bryce Petty in their current QB Depth Chart after letting 13-year-veteran Free Agent Ryan Fitzpatrick sign a 1-year, $3m contract with the Buccaneers (+4164 to win Super Bowl, Pinnacle).

Here are fresh Futures Book Props market numbers from BetOnline from the Players Statistics Props for Total Regular Season Touchdown Passes and Passing Yards.

 

Regular Season TD Passes

Tom Brady, New England Patriots 35½o -130

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers 35½o -120

Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints 33½

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts 32½

Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons 32½o -140

Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers 31½

Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders 30½o -145

Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers 30½u -125

Eli Manning, New York Giants 30

Marcus Mariota, Tennessee Titans 27½

Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins 26½u -130

Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks 26½

Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals 25½

Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25½o -120

Blake Bortles, Jacksonville Jaguars 24½

Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals 24½

Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins 24½

Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys 24½

Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions 24½

Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers 23½

Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles 22½

Sam Bradford, Minnesota Vikings 22o -120

Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens 21½

Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo Bills 20

Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans 17½

Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams 17½u -130

>All Over/Under odds -115 unless noted

 

Regular Season Passing Yards

Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints  4,999½u -130

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers  4,401½u -130

Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts  4,350½

Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals  4,200½u -130

TD PASS TOTALS PROPS PICKS: Bradford, Minnesota Vikings Under 22 +100, Goff, Los Angeles Rams Under 17½, Taylor, Buffalo Bills Over 20 -115 (BetOnline)

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