Which Quarterback Will be Sacked the Most in 2017?

Which Quarterback Will be Sacked the Most in 2017?

The prop we’ve all been waiting for…okay, not really. I can’t imagine too many people will be betting on this, but let’s take a look at the list anyway.

Player7/27 (Ladbrokes)
Andrew Luck+550
Russell Wilson+800
Aaron Rodgers+1000
Carson Palmer+1000
Tyrod Taylor+1200
Andy Dalton+1400
Sam Bradford+1400
Blake Bortles+1600
Brian Hoyer+1600
Matt Stafford+1600
Alex Smith+2000
Cam Newton+2000
Carson Wentz+2000
DeShon Kizer+2000
Jared Goff+2000
Josh McCown+2000
Matt Ryan+2000
Mike Glennon+2000
Philip Rivers+2000
Ryan Tannehill+2000
Ben Roethlisberger+2500
DeShaun Watson+2500
Jameis Winston+2500
Cody Kessler+3300
Joe Flacco+3300
Marcus Mariota+3300
Mitch Trubisky+3300
Paxton Lynch+3300
Derek Carr+4000
Eli Manning+4000
Trevor Siemian+4000
Kirk Cousins+5000
Dak Prescott+6600
Drew Brees+6600
Tom Brady+8000

Andrew Luck, the man who will say, “Nice hit man,” to the players who sack him, tops the list at +550. He was sacked 41 times last season, one behind the league leader Tyrod Taylor. Maybe if he wasn’t so friendly to the other team’s defense he would be further down the list.

At +800, Russell Wilson is surprisingly high. Although he was tied with Luck for second in the league last season, he was dealing with an ankle injury for much of the year that limited his mobility. Since that shouldn’t translate over to this year, Wilson is one name that I would certainly avoid if I were to bet on this prop.

Blake Bortles, who led the league in both 2014 and 2015, can be found at +1600. Perhaps he can return to his prime and put up another “get sacked over 50 times” season. He’s also towards the top of the interception leader odds list…not a great combo.

At the very bottom of the list is Tom Brady. Brady was sacked just 15 times in 12 games last season (puts him on pace for 20 in a full season for any bozos out there) thanks to improved offensive line play. Long live the GOAT!

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Mark Gallant

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