Place Your Bets! 2011 Eagles Player Prop Edition

Place Your Bets! 2011 Eagles Player Prop Edition

More than almost any other sport, for a football team to win you need every single player working together. But that doesn't mean individual stats are any less fun to talk about. Bodog released their list of individual player prop bets for the 2011 season recently and we've listed the Eagles lines below. Call me a hater, but I'd have to take the under on almost all of Vick's individual stats. Not because I don't think he can't reach those numbers, but mostly because I fear injury for the electric player.

Also interesting are the interception O/U numbers. Only 3 picks for Nnamdi, 4.5 for DRC, and 5.5 for Asante? Maybe teams really don't ever throw at Asomugha. [full odds below]

Philadelphia Eagles Player Props

Michael Vick - Total Passing Yards in the 2011 Regular Season         

Over/Under                    3500

           

Michael Vick - Total Passing Touchdowns in the 2011 Regular Season         

Over/Under                    24 ½

 

Michael Vick - Total Interceptions thrown in the 2011 Regular Season          

Over/Under                    12 ½

 

Michael Vick - Total Rushing Yards in the 2011 Regular Season        

Over/Under                    750

 

Michael Vick - Total Rushing Touchdowns in the 2011 Regular Season         

Over/Under                    7

 

Michael Vick - Total times sacked in the 2011 Regular Season          

Over/Under                    35 ½

 

Michael Vick - Total games started in the 2011 Regular Season        

Over/Under                    14 ½

 

LeSean McCoy - Total Rushing Yards in the 2011 Regular Season     

Over/Under                    950

 

LeSean McCoy - Total Rushing & Receiving Touchdowns in the 2011 Regular Season         

Over/Under                    9½

 

DeSean Jackson - Total Receiving Yards in the 2011 Regular Season

Over/Under                    1000

 

DeSean Jackson - Total Receiving Touchdowns in the 2011 Regular Season

Over/Under                    7

 

DeSean Jackson - Total Special Teams Touchdowns in the 2011 Regular Season

Over                              1.5        +160

Under                            1.5        -200

 

DeSean Jackson - When will the Eagles sign him to a new contract during the 2011 Regular Season?

Before the first 8 games are played                      6/5

After the first 8 games are played                        5/2

Will not be signed                                              3/2

 

Jeremy Maclin - Total Receiving Yards in the 2011 Regular Season  

Over/Under                    900

 

Jeremy Maclin -Total Receiving Touchdowns in the 2011 Regular Season    

Over/Under                    7 ½

 

Brent Celek - Total Receiving Yards in the 2011 Regular Season       

Over/Under                    550

 

Trent Cole - Total Sacks in the 2011 Regular Season 

Over/Under                    10

 

Cullen Jenkins - Total Sacks in the 2011 Regular Season      

Over/Under                    4 ½

 

Jason Babin - Total Sacks in the 2011 Regular Season          

Over/Under                    7

 

Nmadi Asomugha - Total Interceptions in the 2011 Regular Season  

Over/Under                    3

 

Dominique Rodgers Cromartie - Total Interceptions in the 2011 Regular Season      

Over/Under                    4 ½

 

Asante Samuel - Total Interceptions in the 2011 Regular Season      

Over/Under                    5 ½

Instant Replay: Phillies 4, Reds 3

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Instant Replay: Phillies 4, Reds 3

BOX SCORE

The Phillies rallied for a 4-3 walk-off win over the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday.

Tommy Joseph won it with a single up the middle with no outs in the bottom of the ninth. The hit scored Aaron Altherr, who had singled and moved to second on a wild pitch.

The Phils have won just six of their last 27 games. Joseph has had a walk-off, game-winning hit in the last two wins.

In addition to Joseph, who also homered, the star of the game was the Phillies' bullpen. Four Phils' relievers combined on 3 2/3 scoreless innings after starter Jerad Eickhoff exited. The Phillies' bullpen is riding a 19 2/3-innings scoreless streak.

Starting pitching report
Eickhoff allowed eight hits and three runs over 5 1/3 innings. He gave up a bunt hit and a two-run homer to the first two batters of the game but took a 3-2 lead into the sixth inning. He allowed a leadoff single and a one-out RBI double in that inning as the Reds tied the game at 3-3.

Veteran Bronson Arroyo, back in action at age 40 after recovering from surgery the last two seasons, gave up three runs — all on solo homers — over five innings.

Bullpen report
Good work by Edubray Ramos to get two outs in the sixth to strand a runner in scoring position and preserve a 3-3 tie. Pat Neshek, Joaquin Benoit and Hector Neris each followed with a scoreless inning. Neris struck out dangerous Joey Votto on a splitter with a man on base to end the top of the ninth. He got the win.

Austin Brice pitched two scoreless innings for the Reds. Michael Lorenzen took the loss. He gave up two hits in the ninth. Joseph's game-winning hit came on a 97 mph heater.

At the plate
Cesar Hernandez, Michael Saunders and Joseph all clouted solo homers for the Phillies. Joseph has six homers in his last 21 games.

Zack Cozart smacked a two-run homer against Eickhoff in the first inning. The Reds tied the game on a one-out double by Scooter Gennett in the sixth.

Remembering Bunning
Jim Bunning died Friday night. Larry Bowa recalled the impact that the Hall of Famer had on his career (see story).

Up next
The series concludes Sunday afternoon. Zach Eflin (0-2, 5.36) and Scott Feldman (3-4, 3.99) are the pitchers.

Soul hold off Valor in 48-47 win, remain unbeaten on the season

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Soul hold off Valor in 48-47 win, remain unbeaten on the season

The Soul on Saturday survived a late scare and moved to 7-0 on the season with a 48-47 win over the Washington Valor at Verizon Center.

With 41 seconds left, the Valor scored a touchdown and appeared poised to tie up the game. However, a fumbled snap led to a failed extra-point attempt and the Soul promptly recovered the ensuing onside kick.

"It’s hard to win a game in arena football, but we'll take them any way we can," Soul head coach Clint Dolezel told the team's official website. "We are definitely happy with 7-0 and looking forward to this bye week to get healed up and ready to finish the second half of the season." 

Soul quarterback Dan Raudabaugh led the way with 148 passing yards and five touchdowns. Wide receiver Ryan McDaniel led the team with four receptions, racking up 49 yards, while Darius Reynolds had 54 yards on three receptions. Each receiver reeled in two touchdown catches while Shaun Kauleinamoku accounted for the fifth score.

Running back Mykel Benson ran in a one-yard touchdown while Chirs Duvalt returned a kickoff 58 yards for a touchdown before halftime.

The Soul have a bye week before returning to the Wells Fargo Center on June 10 to face the Cleveland Gladiators.