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The playoffs are around the corner, but before the knockout rounds begin, we have one more week of regular season action. We’ll start things off with a prop that focuses on which head coach will take home one of the most coveted awards of the year.


Who Will be NFL Head Coach of the Year?

Jason Garrett (Dallas): -300
Dan Quinn (Atlanta): +475
Andy Reid (Kansas City): +800
Jack Del Rio (Oakland): +800
Bill Belichick (New England): +800
Adam Gase (Miami): +2000

Jason Garrett’s Dallas Cowboys have won 13 games this season after losing starting quarterback Tony Romo to a prolonged back injury. Some credit goes to rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, but Garrett also deserves credit for helping develop these budding stars.

After missing the playoffs last season, Coach Quinn has elevated the Falcons – particularly on the defensive side. They’re now the second-best team in the NFC. They’ve won 10 games on the season and enter Week 17 having won six of their last eight games.

Two AFC West teams have exceeded expectations this season, which is why Andy Reid and Jack Del Rio are in the running. The Chiefs are 11-4 SU (8-7 ATS), and the Raiders are 12-3 SU (10-5 ATS).


Matt McGloin Total Passing Yards for Week 17: 235.5

Over: +135
Under: -175

There’s a lot of pressure riding on McGloin. The Oakland Raiders have registered 13 wins on the strength of their passing game and are now without their lead triggerman, Derek Carr. This week, the Raiders will face off with a bitter Denver Broncos defense that was embarrassed by the Kansas City Chiefs last week. That’s not good news for McGloin, who has 11 career interceptions on 266 career passing attempts. On the other hand, Carr had just six interceptions on 560 pass attempts this season.


Who Will Lead the NFL in Regular Season Touchdown Passes?

Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers): -150
Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints): +150
Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons): +400

A few weeks ago, Brees looked like he’d easily claim this title. Now, he’s playing second fiddle to Aaron Rodgers. In the last four games, Brees has passed for five touchdowns, whereas Rodgers has passed for nine. Over all, Rodgers leads the way with 36 touchdowns on the season. Brees is at 35 and Ryan is at 34.

When it comes to their Week 17 matchups, Rodgers will face the Detroit Lions, who just coughed up 42 points to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football. Ryan and Brees will go head to head on Sunday at 4:25 PM ET.


Will Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Sam Bradford Break the NFL Record for Completion Percentage in a Regular Season?

Yes: -120
No: -120

Brees currently holds the NFL record for completion percentage in a season at 71.2%, but if Bradford has another typical day, he could set a new benchmark. Bradford lives off of short passes, whereas Brees airs it out all over the field, but the record books don’t discriminate.

Bradford is currently at 71.3% and had hit a mark of 71.1% in seven straight games prior to last week (68%). This week, the Vikings host the Chicago Bears, who rank 21st in opposing quarterback completion percentage at 63.9%.


*Odds as of December 30, 2016