Definition of Longest Pass Completion

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What does the term "longest pass completion" mean in the world of football betting? What is meant by the term "longest pass completion"?

In football betting, you are able to wager on a quarterback's longest completion of the game.

The meaning of the betting term Longest Pass Completion is explained.  In photo:  Tom Brady throwing a pass.How it works is: the sportsbook will set a line for a quarterback's longest pass completion of the game in yards, and you can bet on whether the QB's longest completion will be higher or lower than this amount.

For instance - let's say that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are playing the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football.

The odds for Tom Brady's longest pass completion might look like this:

35.5 Yards

Over 35.5 Yards, -110
Under 35.5 Yards, -110

So, if you think that Brady will throw a completed pass for 36 yards or more over the course of the game, you'd want to take the over.

If you think that he won't throw a completed pass of at least 36 yards, you'd want to take the under.


It's important to note that pass interference penalties are NOT included.