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NFL Most Receiving Yards Odds, Predictions, Best Bets 2024: Tyreek Hill Still in the Lead After Week 14

Written by: Michael Hanich
Updated December 13, 2023
10 min read
  • Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill is the leader after week 12.

  • 11 players have accounted for over 1,000 receiving yards this season.

  • San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk is the surprise leading receiver on the team

Most Receiving Yards Odds

Odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, correct as of December 13, 2023. Click the odds below to place your bets at DraftKings.

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Tyreek Hill-500
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Miami Dolphins
CeeDee Lamb+1000
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Dallas Cowboys
A.J. Brown+1200
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Philadelphia Eagles
Keenan Allen+1400
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Los Angeles Chargers
Puka Nacua+4000
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Los Angeles Rams
Amon-Ra St. Brown+5000
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Detroit Lions
Ja’Marr Chase+6000
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Cincinnati Bengals
Bradon Aiyuk+8000
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San Franciso 49ers
D.J. Moore+8000
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Chicago Bears
Mike Evans+8000
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NFL Receiving Yards Leader Predictions

There is a month left for the 2023 NFL regular season, which means there is limited time for teams and players to make a great impression. Several wide receivers have the potential to take the season passing leader, but a few have the system to accomplish this.

Top 5 Projected Receiving Yards Leaders 

Tyreek Hill - Miami Dolphins (-500 FanDuel SportsBook)

There is only one non-quarterback that is capable of winning the NFL MVP award this season, that player is Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill. In 13 games this season, hill has caught 97 receptions for 1542 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Hill has accumulated 100 receiving yards in eight of the 13 games played this season. His dominance has been noticeable as he is only 422 yards from tying Calvin Johnson’s single-season receiving yards record.

Hill had a dominant game in week 13 at the Washington Commanders by catching 5 receptions for 157 yards and two touchdowns. This past Monday Night Football, hill suffered a significant ankle injury that forced him to miss the majority of the game versus the Tennessee Titans at home. Hill would finish with four receptions for 61 yards as the Dolphins’ offense did not look the same during his absence.

If there is one player who can definitively have a case that their missing impact was too severe after leaving a portion of a game with an injury, it is Hill.

CeeDee Lamb - Dallas Cowboys (-1000 FanDuel SportsBook)

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is also a serious contender for the NFL league MVP. He has been a player who has been playing at a consistent level as most of us passes have gone to his most reliable wide receiver in CeeDee Lamb.

Lamb is having a career year in his fourth season into the league. In 13 games played this season, lamb has caught 96 receptions for 1253 yards and eight touchdowns. He has accounted for six games this season where he is accumulative over 115 yards. He is also on a five-game streak where he is accounted for a touchdown.

And we 13 against the Seattle Seahawks, lamb had a huge performance accounting for 12 receptions for 116 yards and a touchdown. Last weekend, he caught 6 receptions for 71 yards and a touchdown.

A.J. Brown - Philadelphia Eagles (-1000 FanDuel SportsBook)

Many football experts will agree that wide receiver A.J Brown, not quarterback Jalen Hurts, is the most important and consistent player on the Philadelphia Eagles offense. During a portion earlier in the season, brown accumulated at least 125 receiving yards. As the Eagles slowed down their productivity in November, so did Brown's impact as a receiver.

In the last five games for Philadelphia, Brown has only accounted for a 100-yard game once. In the Eagles’ 42-19 dominating loss to the San Francisco 49ers catching eight receptions for 114 yards. Last weekend, in the brutal loss to the Dallas Cowboys, Brown caught nine receptions for 94 yards.

Brown’s production is going to be the key to the Eagles' offense for the remainder of the season. He has a solid chance to take the reigns as the league’s receiving leader this season, but he needs more touches.

Puka Nacua - Los Angeles Rams (-1000 FanDuel SportsBook)

One player who is seriously challenging the Houston Texans star rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud for offensive rookie of the year is Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Puka Nacua. He has been among the biggest surprises this 2023 NFL season from the 2023 NFL draft class and for the Los Angeles Rams.

Nacua has essentially carried the offense after the numerous injuries to the team including fellow wide receiver Cooper Kupp. In 13 games this season, Nacua has caught 82 receptions for 1113 yards and four touchdowns. He has five games this season where he is accumulated 100 yards.

In week 13, Nacua caught four receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown to help the Rams win a huge game at home against the Cleveland Browns 36-19. This past weekend, he caught five receptions for 84 yards.

Nacua is showing he is not only a future star in the league, he is currently a star and one of the best players in one of the best offensive systems in the NFL.

Ja’Marr Chase - Cincinnati Bengals (-6000 FanDuel SportsBook)

The Cincinnati Bengals are among several teams in the league that have suffered significant injuries on the opposite side of the ball. The biggest injury that has affected the offense is franchise quarterback Joe Burrow.

Unlike many of the other offenses who have lost the quarterback for the season, the Bengals are continuing to still make significant production on the field. Wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase is a big reason why the offense is still making key plays and partially pushing for an AFC Wild Card spot.

His week 13 performance a 34-31 overtime win at the Jacksonville Jaguars is a clear example of the Bengals still having fight left. Chase caught 11 receptions for 149 yards and a touchdown in the huge win.

Last weekend, Chase was held to his second least-productive game this season as he caught three receptions for only 29 yards. His presence on the field forced the Indianapolis Colts to double coverage him allowing other players to make significant plays. Is a critical reason why the Bengals defeated the Colts with a 34-14 win.

It is a long shot for Chase to end up as the top receiver this season, but if he has several more explosive games, he could catch up.

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