NFL odds: Props to monitor in Week 9
The Denver Broncos are 4-0 SU and ATS over their last four games. New England is also 4-0 SU over its last four games, and one of those winning streaks will come to an end this Sunday when the Patriots host the Broncos.
Football fans and bettors alike are looking forward to another clash between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. Which quarterback will record more passing yards in the game? Manning is favored by 20.5 passing yards at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com, with Manning -20.5 and Brady +20.5 each going off at -115. Manning is a -200 favorite to throw for more touchdowns than Brady (at +160) and a -140 favorite to have more completions than Brady (+110).
Denver at New England will be a rematch of last year's AFC Championship Game. Will it be this year's conference final as well? The two teams are going off at +350 to meet in the AFC Championship Game again.
While Blake Bortles has shown signs of potential in his six starts for the Jacksonville Jaguars, he has also shown the growing pains that come with being a rookie quarterback. His 12 interceptions currently lead the NFL. Will Bortles lead the NFL in interceptions by season's end? “Yes” is a +200 underdog over “No” at -300 at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Bettors can also bet on whether Bortles will throw a pick-six or not this week with “Yes” paying +600 and “No” paying -1000.
The New York Jets visit the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday in what will be Michael Vick's first start of the season. Geno Smith, who is second in the NFL with 12 interceptions, has been benched in favor of the veteran. Vick's total passing yard line is set at 220.5, and his total rushing yards line is set at 35.5.
Will any quarterback throw for 400 or more passing yards in Week 9? “Yes” is a -150 favorite over “No” at +110. Three quarterbacks passed for 400 or more yards last week.