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As the NFL Playoffs move to round two, much of the attention from the odds-makers at has turned to Nick Foles and Blake Bortles.  The odds-makers are offering a host of props for the two quarterbacks who are under the microscope including; the odds that Antonio Brown records more receptions that Bortles completions (8/7) or the combined number of Nick Foles sacks, interceptions and intentional grounding penalties (3.5).

The odds-makers at sports betting website, have also updated the Super Bowl odds with the Patriots (2/1) and Vikings (9/2) positioned as clear favorites while the Jaguars (18/1) and Titans (49/1) are not surprisingly the longshots.  They also have a host of broadcast props such as an over/under at 3.5 for the number of pre-snap plays predicted by CBS’ Tony Romo.  You can even pick which of the 9 players with the surname Smith or Coleman scores a TD  — Derrick Coleman (99/1) and Tye Smith (150/1) are the longshots while JuJu Smith-Shuster (5/4) and Tevin Coleman (5/3) are the favorites.

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Odds to win Super Bowl 52
Patriots: 2/1
Vikings: 9/2
Steelers: 6/1
Saints: 7/1
Falcons: 11/1
Eagles: 16/1
Titans: 49/1

Divisional Round Odds & Props

Over/Under largest blown lead: 13.5

Over/Under Nick Foles sacks + interceptions + intentional grounding penalties: 3.5

Odds Mohamed Sanu + Dontari Poe throw more TD passes than Nick Foles: 49/1

Odds Antonio Brown has more receptions than Bortles has completions: 8/7

Odds Blake Bortles throws more interceptions than Ben Roethlisberger throws TD passes: 9/5

Odds Blake Bortles has more rushing yards than passing yards: 25/1

Odds the backup QBs attempt at least one pass
Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings: 29/1
Nate Sudfeld, Eagles: 50/1
Matt Cassel, Tennessee: 75/1
Landry Jones, Steelers: 75/1
Chad Henne, Jaguars: 80/1
Brian Hoyer, Pats: 100/1
Chase Daniel, Saints: 150/1
Matt Schaub, Falcons: 150/1

What’s in a Name?

Odds the various Colemans score a TD
Tevin Coleman, RB, Falcons: 5/3
Brandon Coleman, WR, Saints: 6/1
Derrick Coleman, FB, Falcons: 99/1
None of the above: 9/8

Odds the various Smiths score a TD
JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, Steelers: 5/4
Torrey Smith, WR, Eagles: 11/1
Jonnu Smith, TE, Titans: 15/1
Harrison Smith, S, Vikings: 40/1
Telvin Smith, S, Jaguars: 50/1
Tye Smith, CB, Titans: 150/1
None of the above: 8/3

Odds none of the Steelers’ “Killer Bs” score a TD: 5/1
Over/Under total number of TDs scored by the Steelers’ “Killer Bs”: 1.5
(Both props DO NOT include TD passes, only rushing, receiving, return TDs.)

Odds both Bill Belichick (Patriots) and Nick Saban (Alabama) return to their teams in 2018: 1/19

Broadcast Props

Odds an announcer says the following words during the Divisional Playoff game broadcast
Garoppolo: 1/9
Music City Miracle: 1/4
Tua Tagovailoa: 1/2
Nick Saban: 1/2
28-3 (referring the SB 51 score): 2/3
Trump: 1/1
Peyton Manning: 3/2
Oprah: 3/1
Remember the Titans: 4/1
Bill Parcells: 5/1
“BountyGate” or “SpyGate” or “DeflateGate”: 5/1

Over/Under number of times Tony Romo correctly predicts a play pre-snap in the Titans/Patriots game: 3.5

Odds Jim Nantz does not begin the broadcast with “Hello Friends”: 5/1

Over/Under number of Olympic promos during NBC’s Falcons/Eagles broadcast: 2.5

Over/Under minutes until the announcers’ mention Patriots’ unrest in Titans/Patriots broadcast: 1:30

Over/Under minutes until NBC shows a sign at Lincoln Financial Field reading “28-3” in Falcons/Eagles broadcast: 3:30