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NFL Prop Bets: Season Stats

With just one month remaining in the regular season, NFL prop betting attention turns to season statistics. Some races are closer than others, but bettors have predictions as to who will finish the regular season atop the league in passing, rushing, and receiving categories; and this week’s prop bets allow bettors to wager on those predictions

Here’s a look at the prop bets Bovada has available in Week 14 on those races as well as the status of the Miami Dolphins next season.

Top Quarterbacks

Who will lead the league in passing yards at the end of the 2011 regular season? Drew Brees is the favorite at -250 and currently has 4,031 passing yards, Tom Brady is +200 and currently has 3,916 yards, and Aaron Rodgers is +550 and currently has 3,844 yards. Bettors can also bet on whether or not Tom Brady or Drew Brees will get to 40 passing touchdowns this season; both currently have 30, and both have odds of “Yes” at +250 and “No” at -400.

Tops in rushing touchdowns

Who will lead the league in rushing touchdowns at the end of the 2011 regular season? Quarterback Cam Newton is 4/5 and currently leads the pack with 13. LeSean McCoy is 1/1 and currently has 12, while Adrian Peterson is 7/1 with 11 touchdowns. Longshots include Ray Rice (12/1) and Beanie Wells (20/1), who enter Sunday’s action with nine each.

Two-horse race for receiving touchdowns

Who will lead the league in touchdown receptions at the end of the 2011 regular season? Bovada is only offering odds on two players in this one; Rob Gronkowski (-150) and Calvin Johnson (+120). Gronkowski has 13 touchdown receptions and Johnson has 12; the next closest receiver is three touchdowns behind with nine.

Miami Dolphins turn things around

After starting the season off 0-7 SU, Miami has turned things around with a 4-1 SU run in which the Dolphins have outscored their opponents 139-54. Have head coach Tony Sparano and quarterback Matt Moore done enough to secure their jobs in 2012? Bettors can bet that Tony Sparano will be Miami’s head coach in the team's first game next season at -150 or he won’t at +110. Bettors can also bet on whether or not Matt Moore will be the starting quarterback in that contest with both the “Yes” and “No” available at -120.

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