Gordon, who caught 87 passes for 1,646 yards last season, missed Cleveland's first 10 games due to a suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Lines have been set for Gordon's return against the Atlanta Falcons this week at 75.5 receiving yards and five receptions according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Gordon is going off at +100 to score a touchdown this week and -130 not to score a touchdown.
The Denver Broncos host the Miami Dolphins this Sunday as Demaryius Thomas looks to take one more step toward breaking an NFL record. Thomas has had 100 receiving yards or more in each of his last seven games, and is two games away from breaking Calvin Johnson's record of eight straight games with 100 receiving yards or more. Will Thomas break the record? The wideout is going off at -300 not to break it and +240 to get it done.
Heading into Week 12's action, the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers are both currently outside of the playoff picture in the NFC with 6-4 SU records. With Arizona leading the NFC West race by three games with a 9-1 SU record, the 49ers and Seahawks have work to do to make the postseason. Will both Seattle and San Francisco make the playoffs? "No" is a -300 favorite on the NFL Week 12 betting props while "Yes" is going off at +200. On the opposite side of the wager, will both Seattle and San Francisco miss the playoffs pays +300 on "Yes" and -500 on "No".
The New England Patriots host the Detroit Lions with a new offensive weapon at their disposal. Jonas Gray burst onto the scene last week with 37 carries for 201 yards and four touchdowns against the Indianapolis Colts. Gray is at the center of some of this week's prop bets with lines set at 60.5 rushing yards and 15 rushing attempts.