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The "coffin corner" prop

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By Mike Wilkening

Online sportsbook thegreek.com has posted a most unique special-teams proposition bet for tonight's Vikings-Saints game. If you love good punting, you'll love this one.

The prop reads as such:

First Team to nail a coffin corner punt(.) Ball (after punt) must be placed from opponents 10-yard line to the goal line (If ball is placed inside 10 via Penalty = NA). Overtime counts towards wager. Results via NFL.Com. Wager is official after first coffin corner punt is recorded.

The sportsbook has set the Vikings' odds at minus-120, while the Saints' odds are minus-110. The maximum wager is $300. 

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