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Inside Yahoo Sports’ mobile app, for example, the over-under, a term for the projected number of points two opposing teams will score in a game that’s used to set prop bets, is now displayed beneath every matchup.
The best prop bets for the Bucs-Chiefs Super Bowl It’s worth noting that while Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce dominated the Bucs’ defense in the first half of their November meeting, they were held to a combined 64 receiving yards in the second half.
The best prop bets for Super Bowl 55If Antonio Brown, who is recovering from a knee injury, is able to play, look for Tampa Bay to run more three-receiver sets to pair him with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin.
So in what has become a yearly prop bet ritual, we’ll dissect each of three bets related to Gorman’s poem20 to see if we can’t find a winner.
I’m putting them on the defense, purposefully, to make me look good—nothing to do with them…At that point, they’re a prop.
Not only was this scrap of cord handmade more than 40,000 years ago, but the hands that made it belonged to Neandertals, close human relatives who don’t often get props for creativity.
Each month brings another slice of the story via a box filled with puzzles, newspaper clippings, audio recordings, props and other clues that lead you to the criminal.
Lie on your side, with your hip on the prop and your feet planted against the wall.
Flinthead led out a horse, mounted and rode down a lane, propping the gates open as he went.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Gilliatt worked the whole day long on the wreck, clearing away, propping, arranging.

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