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Pro Bowl Prop Bets Roundup

The Pro Bowl is arguably the worst All-Star Game in pro sports, but at least you can make it somewhat bearable on Sunday by picking out some prop bets for the contest.

At Bovada the player with the best odds to score the first TD of the game from the AFC is running back Arian Foster at 13/2. Since he'll be starting at RB for the AFC he'd be a pretty good pick. Other AFC options that could find the end zone first: Jamaal Charles (10/1), Reggie Wayne (10/1), or Dwayne Bowe (12/1).

If you're looking for a longshot from the AFC that could pay off a smart pick might be TE Marcedes Lewis at 16/1. Lewis was a common red zone target with 10 touchdowns during the regular season and he could easily snag another one tonight.

Over on the NFC side the best odds on that prop at Bovada are being given to Michael Turner at 13/2. Turner may be the starting RB for the NFC, but we'd rather put our money on their other RB, Adrian Peterson, at 15/2. Peterson's a former Pro Bowl MVP and his running style should continue to play well in a limited-defense game like the Pro Bowl. Other NFC picks that could be worth a few bucks: Roddy White (10/1), Calvin Johnson (10/1), and don't forget about Michael Vick (9/1).

The best darkhorse pick on the NFC side could be Larry Fitzgerald at 14/1. Fitzgerald isn't a starter, but he's also a former Pro Bowl MVP and always seems to find a way to make an impact in the game.

Here's a rundown of some of the other Pro Bowl props currently available at Bovada. The game kicks off at 7:00 ET, so make sure you get your bets in on time.

First team to score:
AFC -115
NFC -115

The first score of the game will be:
Touchdown -290
Field goal or safety +230

AFC team total points – Total 32:
Over -115
Under -115

NFC team total points - Total 31:
Over -115
Under -115

Longest touchdown in the game – Total 59.5 yards:
Over -115
Under -115

Team to have longest punt return in the game:
AFC -115
NFC -115

Team to have the longest kickoff return:
AFC -110
NFC -120

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