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NFL Prop Bets Roundup: Week 5

Wes Welker and Calvin Johnson are having monster seasons at wide receiver, and as a result they lead another interesting batch of props heading into Week 5 of the NFL’s regular season.

Here’s a look at those props, as well as some other intriguing ones, over at Bovada.

Will Wes Welker make history?

Through four games, Wes Welker has 40 catches for 616 receiving yards, putting him on pace for 160 catches and 2,464 receiving yards this season. Will Welker break Jerry Rice’s single-season NFL record of 1,848 receiving yards or Marvin Harrison’s single-season NFL record of 143 catches this year? Both are available as prop bets; “Yes” is available at +200 for each record, while “No” is available at -300.

Will Calvin Johnson score two touchdowns?

Detroit is off to a 4-0 start, and one of the biggest reasons for that is the play of wide receiver Calvin Johnson. Johnson has hauled in two touchdown passes in each of Detroit’s four games this season. Will he score two touchdowns for the fifth straight week? Once again, betting “Yes” will pay +200 if he does, while “No” is -300 if he doesn’t.

How many carries will LeSean McCoy have?

After last week’s surprising loss to San Francisco, Philadelphia’s play calling was called into question after Mike Vick had 46 passing attempts and LeSean McCoy had only nine carries. Will Coach Reid get McCoy more involved this week? Bovada has set the total for McCoy carries at 15.5, with both the “Over” and the “Under” available at -115.

Which team will be the last to win?

With just four teams still looking for their first win of the season, Bovada is offering odds on which winless team will stay that way the longest: Minnesota (+500), Indianapolis (+300), Miami (+275), or St. Louis (-150). Indianapolis and Minnesota will be looking for their first win as 3-point home favorites this week over Kansas City and Arizona respectively, while Miami and St. Louis are on their bye week.