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We’ve reached the end of September, and the first month of the season has reminded us how quarterback-oriented the NFL is now. Look at the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans; both teams are employing new starting quarterbacks this season, but are heading into very different directions, given their starters’ recent performance.


Who Will Have More TD Passes in the 2016 Regular Season?

Trevor Siemian: -200
Brock Osweiler: +150

Osweiler and Siemian have been pitted head-to-head since the Denver Broncos decided to let Osweiler walk in free agency, handing the starting job to Siemian instead. Siemian has been the better quarterback so far this season, throwing for more yards and touchdowns, and posting the better quarterback rating. Osweiler is coming off an awful performance in New England, where his Houston Texans were shut out by the Patriots. That game has been followed by reports of franchise insiders believing Osweiler is not a good fit. Siemian is getting better by the week, but he plays in the easier division with weaker defenses.


Terrelle Pryor – Total Passing, Rushing and Receiving Yards in Week 4

Over 85.5: -150
Under 85.5: +110

Cleveland Browns WR Terrelle Pryor was the fantasy football darling of Week 3, but can he string together another impressive performance? He had 144 receiving yards, 35 passing yards and 21 rushing yards against the Miami Dolphins. Now, the Browns visit the Washington Redskins, and Pryor’s over-under for passing, rushing and receiving yards is set at 85.5. Pryor is likely to be the main weapon in the passing game once again, as the Browns are thin in that department, but the Redskins will try to shut him down with star CB Josh Norman, who frustrated New York Giants star Odell Beckham Jr. last week.


Will the Cleveland Browns Have the No. 1 Pick in the 2017 NFL Draft?

Yes: +170
No: -250

The Browns are 0-3 and are in contention for the top pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Already dealing with a number of key injuries, the Browns found out on Thursday that former Pro Bowl WR Josh Gordon, who was expected back in Week 5, is going into rehab and won’t be returning to the team. The road ahead will be tough for the Browns; they still have matchups with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets, Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots. The winless and listless Chicago Bears will offer some competition, but the Browns are in a prime position for the top pick in the 2017 draft.


Ryan Fitzpatrick – Total Interceptions in Week 4

Over 1: +120
Under 1: -160

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was a turnover machine last week; he threw six interceptions in a 24-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Will he throw at least one this week against the talented Seattle Seahawks’ secondary? Interestingly enough, while the Seahawks’ pass defense ranks second in the NFL in passing yards allowed, they have just one interception on the year (22 teams have more). As for Fitzpatrick, he’s been very generous, tossing at least one interception in four of his last six starts (11 in total).


*Odds as of September 30, 2016