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NFL: THREE CHANCES TO DOUBLE THANKSGIVING PROFITS

Quarterback play could be the key to Sportsbook.com’s Thanksgiving Day Primetime Props as three of the strongest passers in the game play during the holiday tripleheader.

Arizona’s Kurt Warner is second in the league in passing yards and he will be facing the Philadelphia Eagles and quarterback Donovan McNabb. McNabb was benched last week against Baltimore for the second half but he will start and is sixth in the NFL in passing yards.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is 18th in the NFL in passing yards, but he would likely be in the Top 4 if he didn’t miss three games with a broken finger.

The quarterbacks are important on Thanksgiving because their total passing yards and touchdowns will determine whether you double your money on Turkey Day.

Pick the Top Performers in each of our special Thanksgiving props and you’ve got three chances to double your money on Thursday.

The prop odds for the ‘Top QB’ on Thursday are Warner (1:1), Romo (6:5), McNabb (3:1), and Daunte Culpepper, Matt Hasselbeck and Kerry Collins 30:1 each.

If you bet on the winning quarterback for this prop and he throws for at least 325 yards AND three touchdowns, your winning wager will be doubled up to $100.00.

Warner has accomplished this feat twice this year and was a touchdown throw away three other times. The Eagles’ pass defense can be tough at home, but these lofty figures are easily within reach for the Cardinals’ vaunted passing attack.

Romo threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns against San Francisco last week and there’s no reason to think he can’t do it against Seattle in Big D. McNabb is the least likely of the three to have 325 passing and 3 TD’s but he might be mad enough about his benching to take it out on the Arizona secondary.

The prop odds for the ‘Top RB’ on Thursday are Marion Barber (5:6), Chris Johnson (13:10), Brian Westbrook (4:1), Kevin Smith (8:1), Tim Hightower (15:1) and Julius Jones (30:1).

If you bet on the winning running back for this prop and he rushes for at least 150 yards AND two touchdowns, your winning wager will be doubled up to $100.00.

Philadelphia’s Westbrook is a little banged up heading into their game, but Tennessee’s Chris Johnson is someone to keep an eye on as he goes against the worst run defense in the league in the Detroit Lions.

The prop odds for the ‘Top WR/TE’ on Thursday are led by Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald and Terrell Owens all at 11:5. Next on the list are Calvin Johnson (7:2) and DeSean Jackson (9:2) with five other players longshots at 30:1 each.

If you bet on the winning wide receiver or tight end for the “Top WR/TE” prop and he receives for at least 150 yards AND two touchdowns, your winning wager will be doubled up to $100.00.

Johnson may represent the best value at 7:2 as he’s caught a touchdown pass in six of the last seven games, and if he catches a long bomb from Daunte Culpepper, he can get over the 150 yard receiving mark as well.

One final note: Be sure to get your bets in early as these props will be closed right before opening kickoff of the first game (Titans @ Lions, 12:30 PM ET).

Bet on the three Thanksgiving Day NFL Matchups here at Sportsbook.com >>

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