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NFL Week 5 Prop Bets and Player Props: 2017-18 Season

NFL Week 5 Prop Bets and Player Props: 2017-18 Season

NFL Week 5 has arrived and we’ve got the most up to date props on the market. It’s going to be a big week, with a lot of question marks going in. For one, will the Pats defense step up and support a strong performing Brady, or will they ultimately drag him down? Then you’ve got the Packers vs Cowboys. Will the rematch live up to the hype after their memorable NFC divisional round last season?

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Most Up to Date NFL Week 5 Prop Bets for the 2017-18 Season

Who Will Throw A Touchdown Pass First – Minnesota Vikings or Chicago Bears?

Vikings (+140) / Bears (-110)

Both are experiencing QB issues going into the night, leaving a big question mark in this territory.

Who Will Record a Rushing Touchdown First – Minnesota Vikings or Chicago Bears?

Vikings (-105) / Bears (-125)

Will Jordan Howard Record a Touchdown?

Yes (+155) / Bears (-190)


EXPIRED (from Sunday Oct 8/2017)

 

Will Philip Rivers Throw 2 or More Interceptions?

Yes (+400) / No (-600)

The veteran quarterback is still trying to live down the three interceptions that he threw in the first 20 minutes against KC a couple of weeks back. The first two picks set up short fields for the Chiefs, who needed only eight plays to score its first 14 points. The third pick led to a 31-yard field goal. We’re not one to let bygones be bygones, which is why this prop is up and ready for your pick.

Will Philip Rivers Pass for Over 300 Yards?

Yes (+130) / No (-160)

Or maybe he’ll make up for that prior performance after all?

Will Melvin Gordon Record a Touchdown?

Yes (EVEN) / No (-130)

Gordon finished the 24-10 loss to the Chiefs with 17 carries for 79 yards and a single TD. His knee remains in question, although he states all is well in swell-ville.

Will Antonio Gates Record 4 or More Receptions?

Yes (EVEN) / No (-130)

Will Eli Manning Throw 2 or More Touchdown Passes?

Yes (-150) / No (+120)

Eli Manning’s 14-yard rush TD is longest by a Giant since Jeff Hostetler on Oct 11, 1992 vs Cardinals.   Manning also hooked rookie Wayne Gallman up with his first career touchdown in Week 4 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Between his solid performance against Tampa Bay, and his 366 yards and three touchdowns against the Eagles in Week 3, Eli has momentum at the moment. Two or more TDs feel likely for Week 5.

Will Eli Manning Throw for Over 275 Yards?

Yes (+140) / No (-170)

Same rationale as above.

Will Odell Beckham Record a Touchdown in 1st or 2nd Quarter?

Yes (+250) / No (-330)

Probably, but the question should be whether or not Beckham will thrown down another not-so-gracious touchdown celebration (i.e. peeing dog) in the continued feud against Trump.

Will Odell Beckham Record Over 100 Receiving Yards?

Yes (+140) / No (-170)

Will Tyrod Taylor Throw 2 or More Touchdown Passes?

Yes (-105) / No (+125)

Did you know that Taylor has never thrown a touchdown pass against the Cincinnati Bengals? He has however completed 36 of his 55 attempts against them for 345 yards with 2 interceptions. Will he end that streak on Sunday in Week 5?

Will LeSean McCoy Record a Touchdown?

Yes (+160) / No (-200)

McCoy is struggling to find open running lanes this season, averaging just 3.2 yards per rush. And when he does appear to make big gains, they seem to come back on penalties. That being said, he is on pace to best his career receiving yardage high, en route to recording an 84-catch, 652-yard season. The Bengals have only allowed two rushing touchdowns this season, and while McCoy has yet to make it into the end zone through to today, many expect that he’ll break the slump and put together a strong game on the ground. Heck, even if the Bengals hold him in check, he’ll most certainly be in line to catch the ball early and often, given that the Bills will be missing wide receiver Jordan Matthews for the game.

Will Andy Dalton Pass for Over 250 Yards?

Yes (-130) / No (EVEN)

Will AJ Green Record Over 100 Receiving Yards?

Yes (+140) / No (-170)

Will Joe Mixon Record a Touchdown?

Yes (+250) / No (-330)

Will Josh McCown Throw 2 or More Interceptions?

Yes (+350) / No (-500)

Will Bilal Powell Record a Touchdown?

Yes (+250) / No (-330)

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EXPIRED (from Thursday Oct 5/2017)

Who Will Throw A Touchdown Pass First in Week 5 – Tom Brady or James Winston?

Brady (-150) / Winston (+120)

Will Tom Brady Pass for Over 325 Yards?

Yes (+120) / No (-150)

Will Tom Brady Throw a 4th Quarter TD Pass?

Yes (+140) / No (-170)

Will Rob Gronkowski Record a Touchdown?

Yes (-140) / No (+110)

Will Rob Gronkowski Record 8 or More Receptions?

Yes (+160) / No (-200)

Will Jameis Winston Throw 2 or More Interceptions?

Yes (+350) / No (-500)

Will Jameis Winston Pass for Over 300 Yards?

Yes (EVEN) / No (-130)

WIll Mike Evans Record Over 100 Receiving Yards?

Yes (+175) / No (-230)

Will Mike Evans Record a Touchdown?

Yes (+110) / No (-140)

Will Tom Brady Throw 4 or More Touchdown Passes+Interceptions?

Yes (+155) / No (-190)

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