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Just four games remain in the regular season, and there’s still plenty at stake. While some teams are fighting for playoff spots, others are fighting to secure their head coaches’ positions. Here’s a look at the best props for Week 14:


Will Doug Pederson be the Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles for Week 1 of the 2017 Regular Season?

Yes: -650
No: +375

Pederson is in his first season as head coach of the Eagles, and there’s already speculation about the security of his position. The team’s performance down the stretch will likely dictate Pederson’s status.

The Eagles have completely regressed. After a strong 3-0 start, they’ve slipped to 5-7 SU and ATS. Their offense is now 19th in average points scored per game (22.3). Worse yet, Carson Wentz’ quarterback rating has decreased each month, going from 103.8 in September to 83.3 in October to 70.9 in November, and is now sitting at 48. The team is trending in the wrong direction, which doesn’t help Pederson’s case.


Will Rex Ryan be the Head Coach of the Buffalo Bills for Week 1 of the 2017 Regular Season?

Yes: -300
No: +200

It looks like Ryan’s time in Buffalo is coming to a close – even if the odds suggest otherwise. While the Bills’ running game is tops in the NFL (1,943 yards total), they fail in a lot of other areas. Their 6-6 record is a bit deceptive; when you remove the win against the Patriots (who were without Tom Brady), the Bills’ remaining five wins have come against teams that are a combined 16-42-1. And while Ryan prides himself on defense, the Bills’ defense allows an average of 22.8 points per game (17th in the NFL). The Bills will need to finish strong to keep protect Ryan’s position as head coach.


Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Make the Playoffs?

Yes: +110
No: -150

The Bucs are one of the hottest teams in the NFL these days. They’ve won four straight games and six of their last eight. This is a young team that hasn’t been in this spot before, so it will be interesting to see if they hold onto their playoff spot.

The schedule is fairly soft. They face the New Orleans Saints (5-7) twice and end the season with a game against the Carolina Panthers (4-8). The only challenge should be their road trip to Dallas in Week 15. This team could potentially finish 3-1. 


Will the Miami Dolphins Make the Playoffs?

Yes: +200
No: -300

The Dolphins face an uphill battle to make the playoffs. They have to make up one game, but still have the Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots on their schedule. Miami is just 2-4 on the road and with the Patriots looming, they’ll have a tough time getting the 3-1 or 4-0 finish needed to make the playoffs.


*Odds as of December 9, 2016