NFL Props – Will Peyton Break Favre’s TD Record? (And Other Stories)

After six weeks in the NFL, there have already been numerous surprises. As with most years, injuries are running rampant through the league, forcing many teams to adjust their gameplans. But there are many positive storylines, as well. Not only is Peyton Manning on track to smash Brett Favre’s all-time touchdown passes record of 508 (perhaps even this weekend) but perennial basement dwellers the Cleveland Browns are still in contention.

Here’s a quick look at the odds for the storylines dominating the NFL newswire going into Week 7:

  • Odds on the Browns extending quarterback Brian Hoyer’s contract – 3/1
  • Odds on the Oakland Raiders going winless – 20/1
  • Odds on the Jacksonville Jaguars going winless – 30/1
  • Odds on Peyton Manning not breaking Brett Favre’s TD record this season – 75/1
  • Odds on Manning breaking Favre’s TD record in …
    • week 7 – 4/1
    • week 8 – 1/2
    • week 9 – 2/1
  • Odds on Manning breaking Favre’s TD record in …
    • the 1st quarter – 10/1
    • the 2nd quarter – 3/1
    • the 3rd quarter – 12/1
    • the 4th quarter – 8/1
    • OT – 20/1
  • Odds on the Denver Broncos winning the game in which Manning breaks Favre’s TD record – 1/1 (side note: the Broncos have three very tough games coming up against the 49ers, Chargers, and Patriots)
  • Odds on Manning winning the MVP this season – 3/1
  • Odds on the Denver Broncos winning the Super Bowl  – 4/1
  • Odds on which injury results in more losses …
    • Knowshon Moreno (Miami) – 4/1
    • Victor Cruz (N.Y. Giants) – 8/1
    • Danny Travathan/Montee Ball (Denver) – 12/1
  • Odds on which comeback results in more wins …
    • Robert Griffin III (Washington) – 20/1
    • Calvin Johnson (Detroit) – 6/1
    • Jimmy Graham (New Orleans) – 5/1
    • A.J. Green (Cincinnati) – 3/1
    • Ryan Matthews (San Diego) – 12/1

 

AlexanderP

Alexander is the MTS editor-in-chief. Frank, Alex, and Geoff brought him in when they realized that their betting expertise far surpassed their grammatical abilities. He loves overanalyzing college basketball trends. Talking to him during the first weekend of March Madness is like talking to a wall. A very focused wall, but a wall nonetheless.