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Thanksgiving NFL Prop Bets

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Filling in for Kramer who’s off the grid, here are my Thanksgiving NFL Prop Bets.

Thanksgiving NFL Prop Bets – Five Ways To Get Paid

1. Case Keenum Over 240.5 Passing Yards (-110)
Keenum’s past three games he’s gone way over with 288, 304 & 280. For some reason Zimmer refuses to name Keenum the starter, maybe that’s enough to keep a fire under his ass. The Vikings WRs have really been helping him out pulling down 50/50 balls and racking up YAC. 241 yards is very doable for Keenum.

2. Keenan Allen -12.5 Yards Over Dez Bryant (-110)
Dez Bryant has really lost his explosiveness as a WR. Bryant has only gotten over 73 yards once this season! Once! He’s averaging 54.1 yards per game and Keenan is back being a true number one for Philip Rivers.

3. Melvin Gordon Over 75.5 Rushing Yards (+125)
If you saw the second half of the Eagles vs Cowboys you know two things, Carson Wentz is the truth and the Dallas Cowboys can be run on. Chargers are gonna want to get Melvin Gordon going early and often. There is a reason he’s $8,100 on Draft Kings, he’s gonna have a big day. He’s also only +325 to have the most rushing yards on Thanksgiving Day? And his total is only 75.5? VALUE!

4. Who Will Score The Most Receiving Yards? – Vernon Davis (+2000)
Bit of a long shot, but I think Vernon Davis will have a huge game. Jordan Reed is officially out. Plus it’s a great matchup against the Giants defense that continues to struggle against opposing tight ends.

5. Redskins Sacks Over 2.5 (+125)
The New York Giants still have a horrible offensive line. Sterling Shepard is likely out and that will limit the number of quick passes Eli Manning can use to help limit the Redskins pressure.

Sean Green is co-host of The Sports Gambling Podcast. When he isn’t giving out his free NFL picks, he works as a stand up comedian, writer and producer. He’s currently the head writer and supervising producer on “Crashletes” but has also written for Ridiculousness (MTV), SFTHF (Full Screen) and Guy Code (MTV Digital). Sean also hosts his own late night sports talk show “Sean’s Sports Show“.

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