However, each of the five quarterbacks has the shortest odds to lead the NFL in interceptions thrown this season, at +1000 (play $10 to win $110 total).
Here are the chances for which quarterback will throw the most passes caught by the opposing side.
Last season, Prescott led the NFL in picks with 15, tied with Houston's Davis Mills. Cousins, Allen, and Carr (each threw 14) were close behind, as were Rodgers, Mahomes, and Burrow (each threw 12).
Prescott was a +5000 long shot to lead the league in interceptions entering last season, despite having a total 14 interceptions in his prior two seasons.
He went viral after throwing three interceptions during training camp earlier this month,
NFL Analyst Geoff Schwartz believes people are overreacting to Prescott's offseason offense.
"We know turnovers fluctuate yearly, and Prescott has not been a turnover machine throughout his career,
" Schwartz said. "I would not expect him to lead the league in interceptions."