|2012 NFL Prop Odds: Will Adrian Peterson break the rushing record?|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Thursday, 20 December 2012 09:35|
(The Spread) – Which NFL records are destined to fall this year? Let’s check out the odds.
The Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson currently has 1,812 rushing yards on the season. He’s 293 yards shy of Eric Dickerson’s all-time rushing record of 2,105, with two games left to go. Will AP break Dickerson’s rushing record? The odds for “Yes” are +200 while the odds for “No” are –300.
Who will break Michael Strahan’s single season record of 22.5 sacks? According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Aldon Smith is +275 to break Strahan’s record while J.J. Watt is +400. The odds that both Smith and Watt break Strahan’s sack record is +1000, while the odds that neither of them will break the record is –200.
Will Calvin Johnson beat Jerry Rice’s single season record of 1,848 receiving yards? The odds for “Yes” are –200 while the odds for “No” are +150. And will Johnson record his 8th game with 100 or more receiving yards? The odds for “Yes” are –150 and the odds for “No” are +120.
Finally, will the Patriots break the single season points record of 589? The odds for “Yes” are +500 while the odds for “No” are –800. And will the Broncos win every game from Week 16 until the Super Bowl and become champions this season? The odds for “Yes” are +550.Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!