NFL Odds: Andrew Luck has thrown for 300-plus yards in 10 straight games. What are the odds he breaks Drew Brees' record of 13 straight 300-yard-passing games?

By OddsShark
December 05, 2014

The Indianapolis Colts are 24-6 SU over their last 30 games as a road favorite and 9-2 ATS over their last 11 as a road favorite. The Colts are a road favorite this week at Cleveland as Andrew Luck hopes to take another step towards an NFL record.

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The current record for games with 300 or more passing yards is 13 games set by Drew Brees back in 2011. With 10 300+ yard passing games in 12 games this season, Andrew Luck could break the record if he passes for 300 or more yards in each of the Colts' last four games. Luck is currently going off at +400 to set the record at sportsbooks monitored by and -600 not to set the record. Indianapolis' last four games are against Cleveland, Houston, Dallas and Tennessee.

Cincinnati hosts Pittsburgh this Sunday in an important game in the AFC North title battle. Andy Dalton has struggled this season with a 13-to-13 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Will Dalton finish the season with more touchdowns or interceptions this year? "Touchdowns" are a favorite at -200 with "Interceptions" paying +160.

Rumors have been swirling around San Francisco 49ers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh all season long, and they have heated up of late with the Michigan Wolverines job opening up and the Oakland Raiders rumored to have interest. One of this week's prop bets asks what Jim Harbaugh will be doing by Game 1 of the 2015 regular season. Head coach of another NFL team is the favorite at +100 on the NFL prop bets for this week over head coach of an NCAA team at +200, head coach of the 49ers at +300 and “anything else” at +1500.

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The New York Giants visit the Tennessee Titans this week looking for their first win since October 5. The Giants are 0-7 SU and 1-6 ATS over their last seven games, blowing a 21-point lead last week to lose to Jacksonville on the road. New York is going off at +700 to finish its season on an 11-game losing streak with games remaining against Tennessee, Washington, St. Louis and Philadelphia.

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