Sportsbook Solutions Software Offer Bookies Top NFL Prop Betting Picks for Week 12
The NFL season has hit the stretch run to the playoffs with the start of Week 12 on Thanksgiving Day and in true form there are a number of special props on the board surrounding some of the bigger storylines for this Sunday’s games. Here are the Pay Per Head Guide’s top two prop picks for this week based on the added value in the odds.
Will Landon Collins Record an Interception?
Collins is a safety for the New York Giants and currently his five interceptions this season ties him for the lead in the NFL in this category. The Giants will be on the road this Sunday as touchdown favorites against the winless Cleveland Browns. He did not record his first interception of the year until Week 8 when he came up with two picks against Los Angeles, but ever since then he has recorded at least one interception in each of his last four games.
The pay per head Sportsbook betting odds that he has an interception in this Sunday’s game has been set at +250 for YES and -400 for NO.
The Browns have used a number of different players this season at the quarterback position and overall this offense is ranked third in the NFL for the most interceptions thrown (12). Rookie Cody Kessler threw one pick in last week’s loss to Pittsburgh while splitting time with Josh McCown. No matter which player is under center for Cleveland this week, I would still go with the favorable odds that Collins keeps his streak alive with at least one interception.
Will Nelson Agholor Drop a Pass?
Philadelphia’s No. 2 wide receiver has gotten much more attention for the key passes that he has dropped as opposed to the 27 balls he has caught his season for 264 yards and one score. To say that the former No. 1 pick from USC has underperformed in his sophomore season in the NFL would be an understatement when you consider that Agholor is the fourth leading receiver on an offense that is ranked 25th in the league in passing.
The betting odds that he drops at least one pass in Monday night’s matchup against Green Bay have been set at +150 for YES and at -200 for NO.
While odds definitely favor a play on the YES in this prop, there is one big caveat to keep in mind. First year head coach Doug Pederson has already eluded to the fact that he might bench Agholor after a disastrous performance against Seattle this past Sunday that cost the Eagles a touchdown on an stupid penalty as well as a 25-yard gain on a dropped ball. Go with the NO in this prop with Agholor never even making it onto Lambeau Field this Monday night. Top
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