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Top NFL Player Props to Bet on at Bovada

Was this the best season of Tom Brady’s career? At the ripe old age of 44, Brady led the NFL with 43 touchdown passes and 5,316 yards through the air, more than enough to dominate the NFL prop betting board at Bovada Sportsbook. But that wasn’t all: Brady’s passing yards were the most he’s ever posted, topping the 5,235 yards he racked up with the 2011 New England Patriots.

Sadly for Brady and his supporters, the ride is over – at least for now. Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were eliminated from the playoffs this past Sunday, leaving just four teams on the road to Super Bowl LVI in Inglewood, California. But every game is a fresh opportunity to hit the NFL props market. Player props for each of the two Conference Championship games will be posted at Bovada; you can also find player props for the entire postseason on the NFL Specials menu. Let’s take a look at the biggest props on the board:

Most Passing Yards

Whichever quarterbacks you choose for the head-to-head battles over passing touchdowns, your NFL prop betting strategy should probably be the same for passing yards. Each starter will be available for over/under betting; no doubt bettors will be hammering the Over for Mahomes after he ventilated the Buffalo defense, which was the best in the league this year.

Mahomes is also the –350 favorite at press time to finish the playoffs with the most passing yards, having accumulated 782 thus far. Stafford (568 yards) is next at +500, followed by Burrow (592 yards) at +550 and Garoppolo (303 yards) at a distant +25000.

Most Receiving Yards

This is Kupp’s race to lose. With 244 yards thus far, Kupp is the –120 favorite on the NFL Playoff Specials, ahead of Kansas City’s Tyreek Hill (+250) at 207 yards and Travis Kelce (+300) at 204 yards. For just the Conference Finals, it’s Kupp at +150 ahead of Cincinnati’s JaMarr Chase at +375.

Most Rushing Yards

Jonathan Taylor won the regular-season prop by rushing for 1,811 yards with the Indianapolis Colts—they didn’t even make the playoffs. The most accomplished tailback left in the hunt is Cincinnati’s Joe Mixon (1,205 regular season yards, 102 playoff yards), and he’ll get a crack at Kansas City’s mediocre run defense this Sunday. However, it’s Niner’s RB Elijah Mitchell (149 playoff yards) leading the playoff prop race at –125, and leading the Conference Finals specials at +185.

Most Rushing TDs

As with the passing/receiving props, Mixon should also be in the driver’s seat for rushing touchdowns; his 13 during the regular season were five behind Taylor, but far more than anyone else still playing. Yet his one playoff rushing TD is one behind Stafford at the moment. We’ll have fresh odds for all these NFL player props at Bovada as we get closer to kick-off. Enjoy the games, and get ready for what should be the biggest Super Bowl ever.

*Odds as of January 25, 2022


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