How to Bet $100 in NFL Futures and Props

Maximize Your $100: Top Strategies for Betting NFL Futures & Props

The NFL season is on the horizon, and even with a limited budget, you can make a splash in the world of betting NFL lines.

Here at MyBookie, we’ve crafted a winning strategy to help you leverage a $100 bankroll across NFL futures and props.

 

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2023 NFL season | 104th season of National Football League in the United States
September 7, 2023–February 11, 2024

 

Ready to transform your $100 into a NFL windfall?

This article unveils our strategic approach to betting NFL futures and props, guiding you on how to allocate your bankroll effectively for maximum impact.

We’ll break down the best bets for your $100, considering factors like potential payouts and long-term value.

But before the season kicks off, make sure you’re prepped to place your bets!

There are so many NFL futures and props available for us football betting fans that even though training camps have yet to start our heads are already spinning.

With that in mind, we thought it a promising idea to lay out the top four $25 future or prop NFL bets that are sure to put us in a position to score big time profit.

Check out our $100 NFL futures and props strategy as well as more info on why, if all you have is $100, you should consider making the following plays.

 

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$100 NFL prop bet strategy – Four $25 overlay bets

If all we have is $100 and we were using that Benjamin to play NFL futures and props, we want to make sure to score decent profit or at least cut losses.

The best way to do that is to bet $25 on four separate wagers.

The key is to only bet on overlay props or futures.

An overlay is a bet that offers a higher payout than it should.

The way to find overlays is to handicap and set our payout lines.

For example, if we believe Kansas City should offer +350 to win the 2025 Super Bowl instead of odds at +500, and the odds on KC are at +500, the Chiefs are an overlay.

See below for five overlay options.

We explain why the NFL odds on each makes the play an overlay as well as provide our reasoning for why you should bet each.


 

Bet 1
New York Jets to win the AFC +1100

2024 is setting up as a banner year for the New York Jets.

Aaron Rodgers will be fully healed, motivated, and determined to turn the Jets into a winner.

Rodgers would have retired after last season’s first game injury if didn’t believe he could lead the J-E-T-S to the Super Bowl.

Not only that, but the Jets went from having a bad offensive line to one of the best by signing former Cowboy Tyron Smith to play left tackle and then drafting Olu Fashanu to back up Smith.

With the left tackle position secure, NYJ’s offense will roll.

Garrett Wilson is one of the league’s top WR1s, Breece Hall is as good as it gets at the running back position, and tight end Tyler Conklin and AR are going to rock.

On defense, somehow, someway, the Jets acquired Haason Reddick.

In the last two seasons, Reddick sacked opposing quarterbacks 27 times while playing with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Haason joins a defense that was already one of the NFL’s best.

NYJ should start the season 5-1.

An NFL Week 1 loss to the 49ers in San Francisco could happen, but then the Jets roll past the Titans, Broncos Patriots, Broncos, Vikings, and Bills at home in a Monday night game.

The Jets project to lose 4 games at the most during the regular season.

So home field throughout the playoffs is a real possibility.

At +1100 odds, NYJ is a fantastic play to win the AFC.

AFC Pick: Jets +1100


 

Bet 2
Detroit Lions to win the 2025 Super Bowl +1300

The New York Jets will face off against the Detroit Lions in the Super Bowl.

Detroit was oh so close to finishing off the San Francisco 49ers in last season’s NFC Championship but failed to get it done.

This season, Jared Goff and crew are deadest on winning not just the conference but also the Super Bowl.

Even though the Chicago Bears will be better this season and Green Bay has close to Super Bowl level talent, the Bears and Packers pale in comparison to how good the Lions are.

Detroit handed Goff a massive contract that keeps one of the top quarterbacks in the league in silver and sky blue for the foreseeable future.

Goff, already one of the league’s top QB leaders, is extra motivated to work for his employers.

Jahmyr Gibbs projects to have a breakout season and the wide receiver unit is fantastic.

Sam LaPorta becomes the NFL’s top tight end in his rookie season.

The defense will take the next step to the elite level.

Marcus Davenport, DJ Reader, and a second year Jack Campbell will all support the terrific Aidan Hutchinson.

Detroit gets it done in a big way by winning the 2025 Super Bowl.

2025 Super Bowl Pick: Lions +1300


 

Bet 3
Washington QB Jayden Daniels to win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year +650

Bears quarterback Caleb Williams offers underlay odds at +125.

Williams should have a decent season and the Bears are much improved from 2025, but Jayden Daniels hails from the SEC where he torched some of the top programs in college football like Texas A&M, Missouri, Florida and Auburn.

Even in LSU’s losses, Daniels excelled, rushing for 169 yards versus Alabama and throwing for 414 agianst Ole Miss.

Daniels threw for 346 yards against Florida State.

He’s taller than Williams and arguably has the better supporting cast in former Chargers running back Austin Ekeler and wide receiver Terry McLaurin.

The +650 odds makes Daniels an overlay for sure.

Of the rookie quarterbacks, Jayden has the best shot of pulling off what C.J.

Stroud did for the Houston Texans last season.

Back Jayden over Caleb to win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Rookie of the Year Pick: QB Jayden Daniels +650


 

Bet 4
Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott most passing TDs +850

Patrick Mahomes is the favorite at +700, which in some ways makes sense.

But the Chiefs are more of a ball control offense during the regular season.

Dallas is a light up the scoreboard offense.

The Cowboys will give returning star running back Ezekiel Elliott the ball, but he won’t get the 20+ carries that he did in his hey-day in Big D.

Instead, CeeDee Lamb, who has emerged as one of the NFL’s top wide receivers, will benefit from Dak Prescott pass after pass.

Prescott threw 36 TD passes in 2023 to lead the NFL.

He’s going to throw more than 36 in 2024 because the Cowboys will rely on their star quarterback to win games against the Eagles and Commanders, two playoff contenders in their division.

Give Prescott a massive shot to lead the league again.

At the +850 odds, Dak is an overlay to throw more TDs than any other starting quarterback in the NFL.

NFL Props: Dak Prescott most passing TDs +85


 

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2024/25 NFL Week 1

See who clashes in the opening act of the NFL season with this Week 1 game schedule.

Matchup   Time TV Location
Thursday, September 5, 2024
Baltimore   @  Kansas City 8:20 PM NBC GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Friday, September 6, 2024
Green Bay   @  Philadelphia 8:15 PM Peacock Corinthians Arena, Sao Paulo
Sunday, September 8, 2024
Pittsburgh   @  Atlanta 1:00 PM FOX Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
Arizona   @  Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
Tennessee   @  Chicago 1:00 PM FOX Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
New England   @  Cincinnati 1:00 PM CBS Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Houston   @  Indianapolis 1:00 PM CBS Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
Jacksonville   @  Miami 1:00 PM CBS Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Carolina   @  New Orleans 1:00 PM FOX Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, LA
Minnesota   @  New York 1:00 PM FOX MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Las Vegas   @  Los Angeles 4:05 PM CBS SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
Denver   @  Seattle 4:05 PM CBS Lumen Field, Seattle, WA
Dallas   @  Cleveland 4:25 PM FOX Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Washington   @  Tampa Bay 4:25 PM FOX Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
Los Angeles   @  Detroit 8:20 PM NBC Ford Field, Detroit, MI
Monday, September 9, 2024
New York   @  San Francisco 8:20 PM   Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
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NFL Betting: Judge Berman Speaks “There Will Be No Settlement”
 

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Tom Brady and Roger Goodell appeared as ordered by Judge Richard M. Berman for their third hearing in the appeal of the Deflategate suspension. Berman announced that there has been no settlement as expected by NFL betting fans, as Brady and Goodell have clearly failed to find any common ground. Berman went on to say that he would have a ruling ready between Tuesday and Friday. He said, “It won’t be today, but hopefully tomorrow or the day after,” as he is still making the final edits to his decision.

Monday’s special hearing only lasted about five minutes. Berman did note that some senior league and union executives had gotten into the negotiation talks that morning, which lasted more than an hour. These executives had not been present at the earlier talks. New York Giants co-owner and president John Mara joined in to try and broker a settlement, as did Jay Feely, a free-agent kicker who is also on the union’s executive committee. Mara chairs the NFL’s executive committee overseeing matters involving labor. Mara walked out of the courtroom before Berman made his announcement, telling Sal Paolantonio from ESPN that there would be no settlement to his knowledge.

Speaking outside the court, Feely said that both sides attempted to reach a settlement. He told the press, “We want to thank the court. We tried our best to reach a settlement that we did not reach. But I think for us, it reinforces the desire and need for an independent arbitrator in these matters of personal conduct. But we understand Tom’s position, and I think the process will work out.”For his part, Berman said that he was satisfied with the effort hat both sides had put in to come to a settlement that continues to hang over the league – and has since January’s AFC Championship game. Goodell heard Brady’s appeal for his suspension but then upheld the suspension. The NFL is wanting some confirmation that it handled the situation right. However, the fact that Goodell not only serves as the designer of the punishments but also the one hearing them so often is going to be a problem in years going forward.

Also, Judge Berman has made several comments that seem to favor Brady’s side. He has said that precedent exists for judges to set aside penalties that arbitrators had issued. Also, the fact that the league’s findings were so vague is a problem for Berman. It remains to be seen, then, whether Brady will take the field against the Steelers – or whether it will be Jimmy Garoppolo.

So what is the right answer? It’s important to remember that the official penalty for using balls with the wrong level is a $25,000 fine, but the league elevated the punishment much higher, apparently because of what they perceived as deceit on Brady’s part. It remains to be seen what Judge Berman will order – and what the league and Brady will see necessary to appeal. The further this goes in the court system, the less credibility the league will have over time.

 
 

 

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