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For the gambler in you

Posted on: November 26, 2010 9:29 pm
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Posted by Josh Katzowitz

Just because it’s Thanksgiving weekend, that doesn’t mean we can forget about this week’s Bodog prop bets. Assuming you’re not still in a tryptophan coma by the time the 1 p.m. games start Sunday, here’s what you can consider.

What will happen to Brett Favre by the end of the 2010 NFL regular season?

Remain a member of the Vikings 1/2

Retire 7/4

Get released 5/1

I assume the question is referring to whether Favre will complete the season with Minnesota and NOT what he’ll do once the season is finished (because I think, for sure, he’ll retire after the Vikings miss the playoffs). But I also think Favre will stay put for better or for worse until that final game. Another interesting question: will he remain the starter the rest of the way?

Rusty Smith – Total passing yards Week 12 vs. Houston


Over/Under  200.5

Jeez, this is impossible to answer. The Texans pass defense is horrendous, and it’s allowing 301.0 passing yards per game, the worst in the NFL. But Smith is a completely unknown quantity, his 62-yard performance in the last 18 minutes of the game last week notwithstanding. I kind of think you have to go under.

Will the winner of the NFC West have seven wins or less?   
     
Yes +200

No -260

No. The Seahawks (5-5) have three winnable games: the Panthers, the 49ers and the Rams. St. Louis (4-6) has four winnable games: the Broncos, the Cardinals, the 49ers, the Seahawks. One of these two squads will get hot and finish 8-8.

What will Brad Childress be doing by August 1, 2011?

Member of an NFL coaching staff  4/5

Member of a NCAA coaching staff 9/2

None of the above  1/1

I just wish one of the bets was, “Playing fantasy football with Wade Phillips: 20/1”


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Since: Sep 21, 2010
Posted on: November 27, 2010 12:19 am
 

For the gambler in you

Gotta go with the under on Rusty Smith's total yards. I don't see how fisher will do anything other than CJ2K run left, CJ2K run right, CJ2K up the middle. Besides, no matter how big his head is, he is one Mario Williams head butt away from giving way to Simms.

What are the odds for Brett Favre walking down the isle with Jenn Sterger at the end of the 2010 season?
...and what are the odds Brad Childress being his best man?



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