Kenny Pickett remains betting favorite – Most INTs

NFL interceptions leaders: news related to the betting market for the most INTs during the NFL’s regular season.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers were idle in Week 9. That meant that their rookie quarterback, Kenny Pickett, did not have a chance to increase his interceptions total. He is among four players that currently have 8 INTs on the season, however, Pickett has thrown his interceptions in just five games. The other players have thrown their INTs in eight games. Accordingly, he, Pickett, is the market favorite with bet365 to throw the most interceptions this season at 7/2 (+350).

Betting favorites heading into Week 10 (Most INTs)

  1. Kenny Pickett: +350 (7/2)
  2. Matthew Stafford: +550 (11/2)
  3. Davis Mills: +700 (7/1)
  4. Josh Allen: +800 (8/1)
  5. Mac Jones: +1000 (10/1)

Davis Mills was the quarterback who had a bad week in Week 9. He threw two interceptions on Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. Last week, he was not in the betting favorites for the top five. However, he has now thrown four INTs in his last three games.

NFL Interceptions Leaders heading into Week 10

  1. Matt Ryan: 9
  2. Matthew Stafford, Kenny Pickett, Davis Mills, and Josh Allen: 8
  3. Aaron Rodgers, Jared Goff, and Mac Jones: 7

There is NFL news that would relate to this market. For instance, Matt Ryan is no longer the starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. That’s a great explanation as to why he is the statistical leader in the category but not in the betting favorites.

NFL bettors will have to tread lightly around Josh Allen. He is a player that is being watched for injury news during Week 10. Allen’s playing status would change the complexion of numerous NFL markets, including the INT market. Of course, if he is injured then his opportunities to throw INTs would go down.

This is a market that we will have a recommendation in later. Please, visit our “Picks” section on Wednesday evening. Previously, we tipped Kenny Pickett, however, that was at longer odds. It will take some number crunching to see if he is still worth the risk at just 7/2 in a very tricky ante-post market.