Bet On 2024 NFL Playoff Stat Leaders

  • Dak Prescott has +350 odds to lead the playoffs in passing yards.
  • CeeDee Lamb is favored to record the most receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.
  • Christian McCaffrey is favored in both rushing stat categories.

DALLAS – The 2024 NFL playoffs are set to kick off with Super Wild Card Weekend and there are several playoff long odds to bet on with tremendous amounts of value. Super Bowl sportsbooks are offering odds on which players are going to lead their respective stat categories.

The different categories with odds for which players are going to lead them are passing yards, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, rushing touchdowns, and rushing yards.

Most Passing Yards

  • Dak Prescott +350
  • Brock Purdy +500
  • Josh Allen +500
  • Patrick Mahomes +600
  • Lamar Jackson +700
  • Jared Goff +800
  • Joe Flacco +900
  • Tua Tagovailoa +1100
  • Jalen Hurts +1800
  • C.J. Stroud +2000

Oddsmakers are favoring Dak Prescott to lead the NFL playoffs in passing yards for several reasons. The main one is that the Dallas Cowboys are not only favored in the Wild Card Round but will likely be favored to the NFC Championship game. He also doesn’t have to worry about the weather being an issue either as the Cowboys have home field advantage through the NFC title game depending on who they play.

The issue with Brock Purdy and Lamar Jackson is that they have a bye through the first round so they’re already one less game behind Dak. As for Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, and Tua Tagovailoa, their Wild Card matchups will be affected by winter weather conditions which calls for run heavy offenses that’ll limit their pass attempts.

Receiving Stats

Most Receiving Yards

  • CeeDee Lamb +190
  • Tyreek Hill +600
  • Brandon Aiyuk +650
  • Amon-Ra St. Brown +750
  • Rashee Rice +750
  • Stefon Diggs +900
  • A.J. Brown +1000
  • Amari Cooper +1100
  • Travis Kelce +1500
  • Nico Collins +1600

Most Receiving Touchdowns

  • CeeDee Lamb +500
  • Deebo Samuel +600
  • Amon-Ra St. Brown +750
  • Tyreek Hill +1000
  • Brandon Aiyuk +1200
  • Isaiah Likely +1400
  • Zay Flowers +1400
  • Gabriel Davis +1500
  • Sam LaPorta +1500
  • Stefon Diggs +1600

Dak’s WR1 CeeDee Lamb is favored to lead both receiving touchdowns and yards and for a similar reason to Dak. Strengthening his situation even more is that he is second behind Tyreek Hill in receiving yards, and third in receiving touchdowns. However, he is first in targets and receptions.

The only other option that could make a realistic run here without QB play or weather having an impact is Amon-Ra St. Brown of the Detroit Lions. The Lions are favored in the first round but will play Dallas in the divisional if they win. If they do take down Dallas though, he could cement himself as the leader in both categories as well with his top-5 receiving numbers throughout the season to back it up.

Rushing Stats

Most Rushing Yards

  • Christian McCaffrey +160
  • James Cook +375
  • Kyren Williams +750
  • Tony Pollard +750
  • Devin Singletary +900
  • David Montgomery +1100
  • Jahmyr Gibbs +1200
  • D'Andre Swift +1500
  • De'Von Achane +1500
  • Isiah Pacheco +1500

Most Rushing Touchdowns

  • Christian McCaffrey +190
  • Josh Allen +400
  • Raheem Mostert +850
  • Kyren Williams +900
  • Gus Edwards +1000
  • Jahmyr Gibbs +1000
  • Jalen Hurts +1000
  • Tony Pollard +1000
  • Isiah Pacheco +1100
  • David Montgomery +1400

On the ground is where things get more interesting. Christian McCaffrey is favored but is playing one less game due to the bye. The same argument can be made for Lamar Jackson and Gus Edwards. With several games being altered by winter weather due to snow, some teams will be forced to run the ball more including the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, and Buffalo Bills. This opens the door for Isiah Pacheco, James Cook, Raheem Mostert, and De’Von Achane to see their numbers climb in the postseason.

McCaffrey though should not be overlooked being that he could easily rip off a 100+ yard and multi-touchdown game in an instance, but would be playing catchup from the first round.

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