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Thanksgiving was full of action in the NFL, but the main slate of games is set for Sunday. There’s a full menu of game and player props to sift through, and we’ve highlighted four fun ones to bet on this weekend.

 

Will Marvin Lewis be the Head Coach of the Cincinnati Bengals in Game 1 of the 2017 Regular Season?

Yes: Even
No: -140

Our first prop of the week revolves around Marvin Lewis potentially getting fired in the offseason. As you might recall, people felt Lewis was already on the hot seat entering the season because he couldn’t get the Bengals deep into the playoffs. They’ve lost in the Wild Card round for five straight seasons and have since regressed. They enter Week 12 with a record of 3-6-1.

Firing Lewis would probably be a fairly rash decision. Lewis has led the Bengals to the playoffs in five straight seasons (before this one), and six of the last seven years probably buys him at least one more year. After all, the Bengals missed the playoffs for 14 consecutive seasons from 1991-2004, so things could get much worse.

 

Will the Cleveland Browns Go 0-16 in the 2016 Regular Season?

No: -500

We’re into Week 12, and the Browns are still winless. Oddsmakers don’t think they’ll be earning their first win of the season this week, as the New York Giants are 7.5-point favourites in Cleveland. The Browns will have a chance to regroup during their bye week and they have two weeks to prepare to host the Bengals. That could be their best chance at a victory, as their remaining three games feature teams that are in the thick of the AFC playoff race.

 

Will Landon Collins Record an Interception in Week 12?

Yes: +250
No: -400

New York Giants safety Landon Collins is tied for the league lead in interceptions (five) and has now picked off at least one pass in four straight games. What are the chances that he extends that streak to five consecutive games?

The Browns have thrown 12 interceptions, which is the third-most in the league. They’ve also allowed 38 sacks, which is more than anyone else.

The Giants’ defense, meanwhile, has held opposing quarterbacks to a 76.1 passer rating, which is fourth-best in the NFL. If those trends continue on Sunday, Collins could have a decent chance of extending his streak.

 

Will Nelson Agholor Drop a Pass in Week 12?

Yes: +150
No: -200

It’s been a rough month for Philadelphia Eagles’ wideout Nelson Agholor. He’s admitted to struggling mentally and was briefly benched in Week 11. Head coach Doug Pederson said he’ll give Agholor “some time off” this week and did not commit him to Monday’s game.

While there’s a good chance Agholor’ role will be reduced, the Eagles are thin on wideout talent and need their former first-round pick to step up and contribute. We’ll see if a bit of adversity motivates him.

 

*Odds as of November 25, 2016