NFL Prop Odds: Will records fall in 2014?
Will NFL records fall in 2014? Will any team go 16-0 or 0-16? Will Johnny Manziel lead the Browns to the playoffs while winning the Rookie of the Year award?
So many odds, so little time.
Peyton Manning passed for 5,477 yards in 2013 and Drew Brees has already stated that 6,000 yards is achievable. So it's not surprising to see Bovada post short odds on the NFL passing yards record falling (3-1).
The receiving yards and rushing yards props are more heavily slanted towards the ‘no 2,000-yard rushers or receivers’ wagers as much bigger underdog options.
The odds of a team being perfect or being perfectly awful are both set at 33-1 odds.
The aforementioned Manziel double bet (ROY + Cleveland makes playoffs) is 25-1. Meanwhile, the odds of both bottom-dwellers Oakland and Jacksonville making the playoffs was set at 66-1 and the odds of both of last year's Super Bowl contestants missing the playoffs in 2014 was set at 14-1.
Check out the fun NFL season record odds and props, courtesy of Bovada . . .
Will any quarterback break the single season passing yards record in the 2014 regular season?
Will any player record 2000 or more receiving yards in the 2014 regular season?
Will any player record 2000 or more rushing yards in the 2014 regular season?
Will any team go 16-0 in the 2014 regular season?
Will any team go 0-16 in the 2014 regular season?
Will a team win the Super Bowl going 19-0?
Will any player break the single season sack record in the 2014 regular season?
SPECIALS - Will Peyton Manning lead the league in passing yards, win MVP and Broncos win the Super Bowl?
SPECIALS - Will Johnny Manziel win rookie of the year and the Browns make the playoffs?
SPECIALS - Will Calvin Johnson lead the league in receiving yards and the Lions win the NFC North?
SPECIALS - Will both the Jaguars and Raiders make the playoffs?
SPECIALS - Will both the Broncos and Seahawks miss the playoffs?