|2012 NFL Wild Card Prop Odds - Who will rush for the most yards?|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Thursday, 03 January 2013 09:26|
(The Spread) - Which running back will record the most rushing yards in the NFL Wild Card round? Let's check out the odds.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Adrian Peterson of the Vikings is favored to rush for the most yards in the NFL Wild Card round at 7/4 odds. The Texans' Arian Foster is 3/1, the Redskins' Alfred Morris is 7/2 and the Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch is 4/1. Ray Rice of the Ravens is 11/2 and BenJarvus Green-Ellis is 10/1.
Peterson led the NFL in rushing with 2,097 yards, which were nine yards shy of Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record. Morris, a rookie, finished second in the NFL with 1,613 yards and Lynch finished third with 1,590. Foster finished with 1,424 yards (6th in the NFL), Rice finished 11th with 1,143 yards and Green-Ellis was tied for 12th with 1,094 yards.
The Texans are currently 4.5-point favorites versus the Bengals for Saturday's 4:30PM ET kickoff. Meanwhile, the Packers are 9-point favorites versus the Vikings at 8:00PM ET on Saturday while the Ravens are 6.5-point favorites on Sunday versus the Colts at 1:00PM ET. The final game of Wild Card Weekend is between the Seattle Seahawks and the Washington Redskins, who are 3-point home underdogs.