Carolina Panthers QB Bryce Young’s 2023 Passing TD Total Odds

It’s been an inauspicious start for Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young, who has battled through his fair share of struggles out of the gate for the 0-3 team across North Carolina sports betting. The former Heisman Trophy winning signal-caller out of Alabama missed the Panthers’ Week 3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, with backup Andy Dalton stepping in for the rookie under center.  

As far as Young is concerned, his two-game totals prove how far the 22-year-old Californian has to go, throwing for 299 yards and two touchdowns (and two interceptions), with a QBR of 34.9 in those contests. Not exactly a boon for the Panthers playoff chances.

Ahead of Young’s return to the lineup for Carolina’s Week 4 home showdown against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in Charlotte, broke down the odds on how many passing touchdowns the rookie gunslinger will finish with this season. 

Bryce Young’s 2023 Passing Touchdown Total Odds

TouchdownsPercentage ChanceOdds
3-10 TDs4.7%+2000
11-15 TDs28.6%+250
16-20 TDs36.3%+175
21-24 TDs26.7%+275
25-29 TDs2.4%+4000
30 or more TDs0.4%+25000

How Many TDs Will Young Throw For In 2023?

With two touchdowns in as many games to date, Young is currently on pace for 16 scores through the air this season, should he continue at the pace he’s on so far.  Our analysis shows that Young’s best odds are to throw for 16-20 touchdowns this season, with giving the rookie +175 (36.3%) chance at finishing within that range in 2023.  

The next best odds for Young’s rookie season are 11-15 touchdowns (+250), 21 to 24 touchdowns (+275) and 3 to 10 touchdowns (+2000), showing how wide ranging the possibilities are for the rookie in 2023 across NC betting apps

For now, Young and the Panthers will be looking to get their first taste of victory in uptown Charlotte on Sunday afternoon, when the 0-3 Vikings come to town. Keep tabs on all Bryce Young Week 4 Odds here at


Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan is a lead writer at specializing in covering state issues. He has covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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