Definition of Player Passing Yards Milestones

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What does the term "player passing yards milestones" mean in the world of football betting? What is meant by the term "player passing yards milestones"?

Sportsbooks will often let you bet on passing yards "milestones" for a quarterback.

In photo: Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins is scanning the field before throwing the ball.  The meaning of the betting term Player Passing Yards Milestones is explained.For instance, let's say that the Miami Dolphins are playing the San Francisco 49ers.

Tua Tagovailoa's "passing yards milestones" might look like this:

150 Yards, -2500
200 Yards, -850
250 Yards, -140
300 Yards, +190
350 Yards, +850

Do you want a really "safe" bet that has practically no return on your investment? If so, you'd want to take the 150 Yards line for Tua. This means that you would have to bet $2,500 in order to win $100 back - if Tua didn't pass for 150 yards minimum, you'd lose your bet.

If you want to go for a long shot bet and think that Tua is going to have a big game, you'd probably want to target the 350 Yards line, which pays out at a very nice +850.

This means that if Tua passes for 350 yards or more over the course of the game, a single $100 wager would yield a total profit of $850.


One popular way that bettors like to approach the "player passing yards milestones" wagers is to combine one long shot with another passing yards longshot from another game.

For instance, if you bet on two QBs to pass for over 350 yards, the potential payoff would be massive if they were able to pull it off.