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After 11 weeks of waiting, we finally get to see this season’s top overall draft pick in action. The Los Angeles Rams are benching starting quarterback Case Keenum and giving the reigns to rookie Jared Goff. Can he lead the Rams to victory…or even a touchdown? That’s the first prop we’re looking at for Week 11.

 

Will the Los Angeles Rams win a Game Between Week 11-17 Without Scoring a Touchdown?

Yes: +1000

No: -5000

The Rams have won two of their four games this season without scoring a touchdown, and interestingly enough, they’ve been better this season when they don’t score one (2-1) than when they do (2-4). Rookie quarterback Jared Goff will shake things up, as he’s finally getting to start in Week 11. While he didn’t look ready to lead in the preseason, he’ll be a welcome change from Case Keenum.

 

Will Stefon Diggs Record 13 or More Receptions in Week 11 for the Third Straight Week?

Yes: +1000

No: -5000

Despite the Vikings’ four straight losses, wideout Stefon Diggs has been thriving. He’s caught 13 passes in each of the last two weeks, becoming the first player in NFL history to do so. Will he do it again in Week 11?

Diggs had eight receptions in Week 8 against the Chicago Bears, just two receptions in Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles, and five receptions the week before against the New York Giants. He’s been targeted 13 or more times in three straight weeks; however, he’ll see a lot of Arizona Cardinals top cornerback Patrick Peterson this week, so his targets should be limited.

 

Will Carson Palmer be the Starting Quarterback for the Cardinals for Game 1 of the 2017 Regular Season?

Yes: +150

No: -200

The Cardinals have struggled so far this season, and many experts have pointed to the fact that quarterback Carson Palmer has fallen off. Palmer had 35 touchdowns passes and just 11 interceptions last season, but he’s been a completely different passer this year. So far, Palmer has 11 touchdown passes, eight interceptions, and seven fumbles; he’s only fumbled 11 times from 2013 to 2015.

Palmer is going on 37 in December, and the Cardinals might start looking for other options. Replacing him won’t be easy; there’s a shortage of quality starting quarterbacks in this league.

 

Will Mike McCarthy be the Head Coach of the Green Bay Packers for Game 1 of the 2017 Regular Season?

Yes: -300

No: +200

The Packers have been challenged this season on both sides of the ball, but would that cost McCarthy his job? The Packers are only a game back from first place in the NFC North, so they could make the playoffs this season. Beyond that, McCarthy has led the Packers to seven straight playoff appearances, so he would probably get the benefit of the doubt. He’d likely get another shot even if things continue to go awry for this team. 

 

*Odds as of November 18, 2016