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DeMarco Murray, Antonio Brown Props

Looking to wager on something other than sides and totals in the Week 5 NFL slate? Online sportsbook Bovada has a full list of prop specials to sink your teeth into for the action on the gridiron this weekend.

It's not always sunny in Philadelphia for Murray

You can’t blame DeMarco Murray if he hasn’t exactly warmed up to his new surroundings in the City of Brotherly Love. Murray, who signed with Philadelphia in the offseason as a free agent, has mustered up just 47 yards on the ground in three games. The Oklahoma product has touched the ball just 29 times during that span with his season-high of 13 carries coming in Week 2 against his former team, the Dallas Cowboys.

Murray has expressed his frustration, stating he doesn’t believe he’s getting the ball enough. If you think he’s due for an increase in workload (or his touches will continue to be down) you can get your bet in at the shop now.

How many carries will DeMarco Murray get in Week 5?

Odds as of October 7 at Bovada

  • Over 18.5 -120
  • Under 18.5 -120

Will kickers turn things around this week?

It’s normal for NFL kickers to struggle every now and then, but those issues reached a boiling point in Week 4.

Kickers missed an eye-popping 18 field goals last week, many of which were potential game-winners. The sudden case of the yips saw the Pittsburgh Steelers cut ties with newly-acquired Josh Scobee after he missed a pair of field goals in the fourth quarter for the Steelers.

Will their collective struggles continue, or will the kickers bounce back? It’s going to be interesting to see regardless.

Total missed field goals in Week 5

Odds as of October 7 at Bovada

  • Over 9 -120
  • Under 9 -120

Antonio Brown looking to remain red-hot

Pittsburgh Steelers star wideout Antonio Brown has cemented himself as one of the top wide receivers in the NFL and he’s shown no signs of slowing down in the 2015 campaign.

Brown’s posted 133 receiving yards and a touchdown in Week 1, 195 yards and a touchdown in Week 2, 108 yards with no touchdowns in Week 3 before coming back down to earth with 42 yards and no scores in Week 4 against Baltimore

Next up for the black and gold is a Monday Night Football matchup against the San Diego Chargers, and if you’re fine with laying the chalk, Bodog has a prop on Brown continuing his hot play.

Will Antonio Brown record at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards in Week 5?

Odds as of October 7 at Bovada

  • Yes -350
  • No +225

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