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McNabb-Vick odds


(By John McDonnell - TWP)


When companies like Bodog send out a whole bunch of bizarre odds for things like the Vick-McNabb showdown, it's not because they expect anyone will actually wager on how Donovan McNabb would celebrate a rushing touchdown in Philly, it's just a cheap publicity grab.

I love cheap publicity grabs.

Most passing yards on Sunday: McNabb +110, Vick -140

Most combined touchdowns on Sunday: McNabb +175, Vick -215

Most rushing yards on Sunday: McNabb +215, Vick -215

Higher completion percentage on Sunday: McNabb -115, Vick -115

McNabb sacks on Sunday: Over/under is 3.5

More receiving yards on Sunday: Santana Moss +175, DeSean Jackson -175.

How will McNabb celebrate a rushing TD: Michael Jackson leg kick dance (20-1), dunk the ball over the goal post (25-1), finger roll the ball over the goal post (25-1).

Direct sideline TV shots of Kevin Kolb: Over/under is 3.5

McNabb parents TV shots: Over/under is 1.5

(Though apparently they won't be there. The bet is only live if they show up.)

By Dan Steinberg  | September 30, 2010; 2:50 PM ET
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Comments

How about Vick animal murders: (over/under 325)

Posted by: coolcraig | September 30, 2010 4:08 PM | Report abuse

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