Definition of Pass And Rush Yards

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What does the term "pass and rush yards" mean in the world of football betting? What is meant by the term "pass and rush yards"?

With the "pass and rush yards" lines, you are betting on how many yards of combined rushing and passing offense a quarterback will generate over the course of a single game.

This includes passing yards and rushing yards.

The King explains the meaning of Pass and Rush Yards when it comes to betting on the sport of American football.Let's look at an example.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are playing the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football, and Kenny Pickett's pass and rush yards line looks like this:

Kenny Pickett

Over 241.5 Yards, -115
Under 241.5 Yards, -115

Let's say that you bet the over, and Pickett finishes with:

240 yards of passing
15 yards of rushing

This would put his total at 255 yards, meaning that you would win the Over bet.

If Pickett was shut down on the day and finished with 155 yards of passing offense and -1 rushing yards, you would obviously lose the bet if you bet the Over, though you would win if you bet the Under.


For rushing quarterbacks like Justin Fields and Lamar Jackson, rushing yards will make up a higher percentage of their total, though they count just the same as passing yards in the "pass and rush yards" total.