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NFL Props: Aaron Rodgers and Packers

Now that every team has played at least eight games, the regular season for NFL betting has officially reached its halfway point.

 

As a result, some of this week’s top prop bets revolve around the NFL’s only remaining undefeated team, the Green Bay Packers.

Here’s a look at those prop bets over at Bovada as well as some others focusing on season totals down the stretch.

Green Bay Packers final record

Bettors this week can bet on the exact record that the Green Bay Packers will finish the regular season with. In order, the current odds at Bovada are as follows; 8-8 (500/1), 9-7 (200/1), 10-6 (40/1), 11-5 (20/1), 12-4 (10/1), 13-3 (6/1), 14-2 (11/4), 15-1 (3/2), and 16-0 (9/2).

 

The Packers may have the talent to go undefeated, but would they rest players or go for it if they have the top seed clinched down the stretch?

Aaron Rodgers chasing records

Bettors this week can bet on Aaron Rodgers to break three NFL season records, with each bet only offering odds for “Yes”. Will Rodgers break the single season record for passing yards of 5,084 (Yes +300), completion percentage of 70.623 (Yes +400), or passer rating of 121.1 (Yes +100)? Rodgers currently has a 72.5 completion percentage and a passer rating of 129.1, and is on pace for 5,238 passing yards.

Tops in rushing yards

Who will finish the regular season with the most rushing yards in the NFL? Here’s a list of the top five rushers in the league with their current yards and odds; LeSean McCoy (825 yards, 4/1), Matt Forte (805, 7/2), Fred Jackson (803, 5/1), Adrian Peterson (795, 4/1), and Frank Gore (782, 9/2).

Tops in receiving yards

Wes Welker (5/4) currently towers over the league in catches (66) and receiving yards (960), but he’s got some competition down the stretch to end the season with the most receiving yards. Steve Smith (918, 5/2), Mike Wallace (868, 15/2), Calvin Johnson (804, 2/1), and Greg Jennings (723, 7/1) could end up closing the gap.

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