Rundown of Current NFL Props You Can Bet On

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The National Football League will get going hot and heavy this summer in July, when the training camps start. Of course, the NFL draft is coming up soon, which will heat up the world of betting.

The 2024 NFL season is just around the corner, and with it comes a smorgasbord of NFL prop bets! Let’s dive into some of the most interesting wagers you can place before kickoff or even preseason.


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2024 NFL Season | 105th season of the National Football League
Regular Season: September 5, 2024 – January 5, 2025
Playoffs Start Date: January 11, 2025
Super Bowl LIX: February 9, 2025 | Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana


National Football League 2024-2025 Most Valuable Player

Patrick Mahomes +600 
The Kansas City Chiefs signal caller will start the season looking to win the Super Bowl for the third straight season. Until someone can beat them, the Chiefs are the team to beat out of the AFC and all of the NFL.

Josh Allen +800
The Bills traded his top target Stefon Diggs to Houston over the offseason. But, one thing we have seen from Allen is he always seems to find a way to make a play. His Buffalo Bills have yet to get to the Super Bowl, which is the one thing lacking from his career resume during this stretch of strong play.

Joe Burrow +900
The former LSU and Ohio State signal caller is ready for a healthy full season. A season ago Burrow got hurt during training camp, and things never got right for him or the Bengals. A bounce back season should be in the cards for this talented signal caller.

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Defensive Player of the Year 2024-2025

Micah Parsons +550
The Cowboys linebacker will turn 25 this spring, but has been a menace for the Dallas defense for three seasons now. He joined the Cowboys following his collegiate stint at Penn State. Parsons has 40.5 sacks during that time, and continues to look better. He and the Cowboys are going to come into the 2024-2025 season hungry.

TJ Watt +650
The 29 year old with the Steelers was one of the candidates to win this award last season. He has played his whole career with Pittsburgh to this point. Taking after his brother J.J. Watt, he is a guy that can mess up an entire offense. He has 27 forced fumbles in his career.

Nick Bosa +700
The 26 year Fort Lauderdale native has been great for the 49ers following his college career at Ohio State. Bosa has been to the Super Bowl a couple times now, but just can’t seem to get his team by the Chiefs in the finale. The 6’4 defensive end seems to continue to be hungry, and ready to rock for a big 2024-2025 season.

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NFL Player Props

Kirk Cousins 4100.5 Passing Yards
This is an entire new offense for the Falcons. The 35 year old that was the signal caller for Minnesota had some big time weapons there. Now, he comes to an offense that lacks the receiving options, and under a new coaching leadership looks to run the football much more than pass it. It will be interesting if Cousins can get all the way to the 4000+ yards in his first season with the Falcons.

CJ Stroud 4150.5 Passing Yards
Obviously, Stroud will need to stay healthy. Had he stayed healthy last year, the sky’s the limit for the Rookie of the Year. Stroud had all the targets last season with Nico Collins and Tank Dell. Now, he has Stefon DIggs to use. This seems like a great bet to take the OVER on, as Houston is most definitely going to air the football out. The only question, which is the question for the entire league is whether he can stay healthy or not.

SaQuon Barkley 1125.5 Rushing Yards
The Bronx native is now out of New York, and with the rival. Barkley played in 14 games a season ago and rushed for 962 yards. That was on a Giants team that did not have the ball nearly as much as a team like the Eagles. The last time Barkley went over 1,125 yards was in 2022 when he played in all 16 games, and came away with 1,312 yards. His rookie season, he also went over 1,300 yards, with a total of 11 touchdowns.

Derrick Henry 999.5 Rushing Yards
King Henry has a new home. The 30 year old has moved from Nashville to Baltimore. Henry is none too pleased with those in the league calling him washed up. This is a guy that has gone over 1,000 yards in five of his last six seasons. The lone season he did not was in 2021, when he went for 937. If the Ravens use him like they should, and he can stay on the field, this seems like a nice bet to wager on for 2024-2025.

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Coach of the Year 2024-2025

Jim Harbaugh +650
Oh yes, the Harbaugh that went from College to the professional ranks. He is coming off a National title in College, but also was suspended twice during the season. There is plenty of attention on him, but his roster has been gutted. It’s not like Harbaugh sits in an easy division; the Champs are there, and the Broncos are only looking to bet improved.

Matt LaFluer +850
The Green Bay Packers made a nice run late last season, and actually should have won a playoff game. This team is young and talented. They have a shot at being awfully good, and running through the NFC North. LaFluer is second in terms of the odds to win the award at +850.

Raheem Morris +900
He got a new quarterback with Kirk Cousins. He has talent that is still learning how to play. He is in a division that can be won. The 47 year old from Newark New Jersey is in his second go round as a head coach. He was with Tampa from 2009-2011.

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There it is. That is a rundown of the current NFL Props you can bet on. Good luck with all your National Football League betting, and especially all the wonderful props out there to bet on!


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2023 Rundown of Current NFL Props You Can Bet On

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The National Football League season is right around the corner.  Now is the time to get all your bets in for what we expect to be a great football season.

The NFL preseason action will be here before you know it, and then the regular season will get rocking. Let’s take a look at a rundown of current NFL Props you can bet on within the National Football League:

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2023 NFL Season | 104th season of the National Football League
Regular Season: September 7th, 2023 – January 7th, 2024
Playoffs Start Date: January 13th, 2024
Super Bowl LVIII: February 11th, 2024 | Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada

2023/24 NFL Regular Season Passing Yards

Aaron Rodgers 4000+ Regular Season Passing Yards and the Jets to Make the Playoffs:
Rodgers is now a member of the New York Jets. Rodgers is going to have to adjust to playing in the AFC East. The Jets are not a favorite to make the postseason. The veteran will have to have a special season. Taking on the Bills defense twice a year will not be fun. Making the playoffs is where we struggle this special. Yes, +165 does not seem worth it.

CJ Stroud 3400.5 Passing Yards
If the Houston Texans are going to be any good at all, they are going to need the former Ohio State signal caller to be really good. Stroud’s weapons are questionable at best, and the offensive line could use some help. Many expect the Texans to let the rookie air it out. If that’s the case, 3400 is not a big issue. Now, Stroud will also need to remain healthy for this to hit. One more positive benefit, the AFC South is not the worst place for a rookie quarterback to get to face 6 opponents.

Most Passing Yards
Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs +410
Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers +620
Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals +690
Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings +920
Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills +1250

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Lamar Jackson Total Passing Touchdowns: 22.5

Many feel that the quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens is looking to have a monster season after all the talk about being overpaid. Baltimore finally paid the man, and now he should be ready to ball out in 2023. Jackson is a guy that will certainly rush the football as well. If he can stay healthy, this number seems too low. For the record, Jackson’s rushing total is set at 872.5, which also seems low for a 17-game season. Zay Flowers could prove to be a big target for Lamar by the time the season is over.

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Rookie with Most 2023-2024 Receiving Yards

This seems to be one Zay Flowers of the Baltimore Ravens or Jonathan Mingo of the Carolina Panthers. Addison will have to compete with Justin Jefferson for targets. Smith Njiba sees a couple of receivers in Seattle, and the Chargers receiving room is busy. In Baltimore, Flowers could be the main man right away, given Rashod Bateman’s struggles. Mingo is another guy that could be the top dog, although the Panthers picked up Adam Thielen. 

Most Receiving Yards
Jordan Addison, Minnesota Vikings +225
Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Seattle Seahawks +275
Quentin Johnston, Los Angeles Chargers +500
Zay Flowers, Baltimore Ravens +800
Jonathan Mingo, Carolina Panthers+1000

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How Many Games Will Go to Overtime during 2023-2024 Regular Season: 19.5

This seems high. Over is -110, and the under is -130. Somewhere around 12-15 would be a guess.

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2019 NFL Rookie of the Year Props

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MyBookie’s props are ahead of the game once again, as a full slate of NFL rookie props are now available under their “NFL Specials” section.

Because I was curious and I like to compare odds between sites, I searched the internet trying to find similar props, but was unable to find anything related to or close to the props listed on MyBookie’s site.

Since these props were listed so early, there’s definitely some value to be found if you look into the players and their situations close enough. I’ll list some of the props I find interesting below:

2019 NFL Rookie of the Year Props

First Rookie to Score a TD

There are thirteen different options for this wager, but I like David Montgomery here at +200 odds. He figures to be Chicago’s goal-line on a team that features Tarik Cohen and Mike Davis in the backfield. They’ll be playing at home vs. Green Bay week 1 who they scored two goal-line rushing touchdowns against in 2018. Chicago’s offense had no trouble scoring last year and figures to put up more points in 2019 as they get more accustomed to Matt Nagy’s offense. I definitely see Montgomery punching one in during his inaugural game as a Bear.

I can also see D.K. Metcalf coming away with the first touchdown at +800. Doug Baldwin might have played his last down and the Seahawks don’t really have another red zone target, so Russell Wilson has to throw touchdowns to someone.

Will Grier Starts in 2019-2020

2019 Rookie of the Year Odds: O/U 0.5

I like the over here purely because I don’t trust Cam Newton to stay healthy all year. The only way I see this not hitting is if Grier simply isn’t ready and they bring in one of Heinicke or Allen to spot start. Still, at +140, I like the odds.

Kyle Murray or Josh Rosen More Wins in 2019

The Cardinals and Dolphins both have an over/under of 5 this season, so this bet is a matter of who you think will get the starting position first. Murray only has to beat out Brett Hundley, and Rosen has to beat out Ryan Fitzpatrick. I actually think both these guys get the start week 1, as the other options are not appealing whatsoever. I think the Dolphins roster is better than it’s given credit for, so I’m going to go with Rosen here, especially with his +110 odds.

7 NFL Props to Bet On in 2019

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AFC East Winner

2019 NFL Props Odds: New England Patriots -500

The New England Patriots have won the AFC East Division in 10 straight seasons. They’ve taken the AFC East division crown 16 times since 2000. There’s no way get past the fact that the Patriots are dominant in their division. Yes, even with Gronk now retired, the Pats will win the AFC East.

AFC West Winner

2019 NFL Props Odds: L.A. Chargers +190

The Kansas Chiefs are favored to win the AFC West, but they went through some big time changes during the offseason. There’s a huge chance wide receiver Tyreek Hill is suspended this season. Not only that, but the Chiefs’ defense should be worse in 2019 than it was in 2018.

The Chargers are loaded on both sides of the football. Quarterback Philip Rivers has enough left in the tank to lead the Bolts on the field. LAC can take the AFC West away from the Chiefs.

NFC South Winner

2019 NFL Props Odds: New Orleans Saints -170

Tampa should be slightly improved. Atlanta and Carolina are both quality squads. But, the New Orleans Saints are Super Bowl contenders. As long as Drew Brees continues to play at a high-level, the Saints own the NFC South.

NFC East Winner

2019 NFL Props Odds: Philadelphia Eagles +100

Dallas will be a decent team. The Eagles made a major move during the offseason when acquiring former Chicago Bears starting running back Jordan Howard, though. Not only that, but now that Nick Foles is in Jacksonville, Philadelphia has truly become Carson Wentz’s squad. Philly looks formidable to win the NFC East.

NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year

2019 NFL Props Odds: Josh Allen +600

The Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker had 21.5 sacks in 13 games at Kentucky in 2018. He’ll play behind an excellent defensive line that should allow him to rush up the middle or around the edge. He’ll need to work on some things to be as effective as he can be, but he’s got a whole training camp to do it.

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

2019 NFL Props Odds: Mecole Hardman +1400

There’s a big chance that Roger Goodell suspends Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill for the season. The Chiefs knew this heading into the NFL Draft, which is why they chose Mecole Hardman with their first pick.

The Georgia wide receiver is incredibly fast. Not only that, he had great production in a Bulldog uniform. In 29 games his sophomore and junior years, Hardman caught 60 passes for 961 yards and 11 touchdowns. If Hill is suspended, Hardman becomes Patrick Mahomes’ top long target.

Rookie With the First Sack

2019 NFL Props Odds: Josh Allen +150

Allen was a sack machine in college. It makes sense the Jaguars free Allen up for at least one sack in the Week 1 battle against the Kansas City Chiefs.

7 NFL Props That Should Be Money in the Bank for 2018 Season

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If you’re looking to get an early jump on your 2018 NFL Betting campaign and you’re looking for wagers that are about as close to a ‘sure thing’ as it gets, then look no further! I’ve got seven great props odds picks that all have the look of virtual locks that you can wager on right now, even if it will take you a bit of time to actually cash in on!

Okay, with that said, let’s get to my seven expert picks. My first three NFL props odds picks for the 2018 season are all Over/Under win total picks and they all have the look of virtual locks!

7 NFL Betting Props That Should Be Money in the Bank for 2018 Season

Green Bay Packers Win Total 10.5

The Green Bay Packers will have Aaron Rodgers back on the field in 2018 and that alone means they’ll have a chance to reach the playoffs this coming season. However, with the Pack clearly falling behind Minnesota in terms of conference supremacy and no matter how I look at it, I just don’t see the packers reaching 11 victories in 2018.

I see road losses looming against the Lions, Rams, Patriots, Seahawks, and Vikings while also suffering a home loss against Atlanta and possibly, the Vikings and Niners as well. Outside of the phenomenal Rodgers, Green Bay has a lot of question marks all over the place that will leave them with 10 wins maximum and likely 9.

Cincinnati Bengals Win Total 5.5

The Bengals decided to bring back longtime head coach Marvin Lewis and I believe that was a smart move seeing as how Cincy won seven games last season while closing out the 2017 campaign by winning two straight and four of their last seven. The Bengals even kept the division rival Baltimore Ravens out of the postseason by winning their regular-season finale in Baltimore 31-27.

The Bengals, because of their continuity and the fact that talented second-year players like Joe Mixon and John Ross will be a lot better in 2018, are an absolute lock to record six wins in 2018.

Kansas City Chiefs Win total 7.5

Well, change is in the air for the Kansas City Chiefs with veteran quarterback Alex Smith out and second-year signal-caller Patrick Mahomes the new starter for Andy Reid. While Mahomes could suffer some growing pains, I don’t suspect they’ll be nearly as bad as it would have been had Mahomes been thrown into the fire as a rookie last season. With the strong-armed signal-caller sitting and learning and having one of the best offensive minds to guide him in Reid, I think it’s a lock that Kansas City goes at least 8-8 in 2018.

I’ve got the Chiefs winning in Week 3 at home against San Francisco before going on to win in Weeks 7 through 10 by beating the Bengals, Broncos, Browns, and Cardinals. Kansas City then records victories in three of their final four games against Baltimore and the division rivals the Chargers and Raiders to close out the season with eight wins minimum, so the NFL Betting pick here is Over.

Will Baker Mayfield start any game during 2018-19 regular season?

Yes -400 / No +310

There’s a reason why the ‘yes’ selection is going to cost you -$400 and it’s because Mayfield will almost assuredly start at least one game for Cleveland this coming season. While I like veteran quarterback Tyrod Taylor and I believe his signing was a stroke of genius for a team that is looking for leadership, the fact of the matter is that Mayfield is the most NFL-ready rookie quarterback in the draft and one that should be ready to start at least a handful of games by, let’s say, Week 10.

If Cleveland is something like 4-6 after 10 games, Mayfield will start in preparation for next season and beyond. If the Browns are something like 7-3 after 10 games with a shot at the playoffs, then he’ll sit on the bench, but that scenario is highly unlikely. Go with the ‘Yes’ here NFL Betting enthusiasts!

Will Sam Darnold start any game during 2018-19 regular season?

Yes -350 / No +280

I have no idea why the ‘Yes’ selection is a -350 pick, seeing as how the Jets have two veterans that will almost assuredly see every start this season in Teddy Bridgewater and Josh McCown. Then again, it’s the Jets, so…we’ll see, but my NFL Betting pick here is ‘No’ Darnold won’t see a single start.

Will Josh Rosen start any game during 2018-19 regular season?

Yes -400 / No +310

With longtime starter Carson Palmer hanging up his cleats, the Cardinals will have a new starting quarterback in veteran Sam Bradford in 2018. However, if you know anything about the oft-injured and fragile Bradford, then you know it’s almost a lock that first round draft pick Josh Rosen will see a handful of starts this coming season. Plus, there are many people that believe Rosen was the No. 1 quarterback in the draft, including the aforementioned Palmer.

Until you start getting hit in the mouth, you don’t know how good a player can be,” Palmer hedged. “After watching Josh’s film — I had more fun watching his college film more than probably any other quarterback in the last decade or so. There’s no doubt he’s tough and I think he’ll be able to hold up and take it, but until that starts happening, it’s just too early to start hyping a guy up too much and talking about him too much in just OTAs. His college film was phenomenal. I don’t see a big drop-off in his success on the football field in the NFL.”

Will Saquon Barkley rush for 1,000 yards during the 2018-19 regular season?

Yes -130 / No +100

The Giants have a new head coach in Pat Shurmur and I believe it’s a virtual lock that the supremely gifted Barkley rushes for 1,000 yards as a rookie in 2018. I mean, it’s kind of hard seeing Barkley not rushing for 1,000 yards just knowing how athletically blessed he is. Widely-respected former NFL GM Gil Brandt wrote this about Barkley just after this year’s NFL Draft.

Barkley is the best skill player I’ve graded since 1960, with Bo Jackson being the second-best. Everything about him, statistically speaking, is encouraging. He reminds me a lot of Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson – Gil Brandt

After watching Barkley finish his career at my beloved Penn State with 3,843 rushing yards and 43 rushing touchdowns to go along with 1,195 receiving yards and eight receiving touchdowns, I can see Shurmur and Eli Manning getting the ball to Barkley early and often in 2018 to both, take some pressure off of the aging Manning to make plays and take advantage of Barkley’s unique gifts, so go with the yes as your NFL Betting pick.

Six Intriguing NFL Props for the 2019 Season

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The 2019 NFL Preseason kicks off on Thursday, August 1 when the Denver Broncos battle the Atlanta Falcons. Right now, NFL handicappers should be looking to see what prop bets on which they can potentially make a nice score. Check out six of the most intriguing NFL prop bets currently in the sportsbook!

Six Intriguing NFL Props for the 2019 Season

Broncos to Make the Playoffs

Yes +325 / No -450

On paper, it sure looks as if the Broncos have no shot of making the playoffs. However, there’s a lot to like about the moves that GM John Elway made during the offseason. The biggest was signing Joe Flacco away from the Baltimore Ravens. Flacco has some football left in the 2-time Super Bowl winning legs.

He should excel behind an underrated offensive line led by an experienced and capable left tackle in Garrett Boles. The Broncos will also give Flacco two things he never had with the Ravens: a solid group of pass catchers and a strong group of running backs. The running backs go three deep: Royce Freeman, Devontae Booker, and Phillip Lindsey. The receivers go three deep as well: Courtland Sutton, Emmanuel Sanders, and TE Noah Fant.

The defense remains one of the top units in the NFL. This is most definitely a “yes”.

Jaguars to Make the Playoffs

Yes +240 / No -300

Has everyone forgotten that the Jags almost upset the Patriots at the 2018 AFC Championship? Jacksonville might not be good enough to beat the Colts for the AFC South title. They should definitely be good enough to gain a wildcard this season.

Like Denver, Jacksonville signed a legit starting quarterback. Nick Foles can rock it. The offensive line should be one of the best units in football while the defense got better by drafting Josh Allen. If Yannick Ngakoue gets into camp, the Jags are solid choices to make the playoffs. If not, their chances are still decent to make the playoffs.

Super Bowl Matchup – New Orleans Saints vs New England Patriots

Super Bowl LIV Matchup Odds: +1900

The Saints just made wide receiver Michael Thomas a $100 million man. Thomas held out for a contract extension. New Orleans didn’t waste anytime getting Thomas into camp. Now with Thomas in camp, the Saints are probably the team to beat in the NFC.

The Chiefs are getting a ton of love. Think about this, though: Chiefs coach Andy Reid has never had success against Bill Belichick and the Patriots. This goes all the way back to Super Bowl XXXIX in 2004 when the Patriots beat the Eagles 24-21.

Is it so hard to see a Saints-Patriots Super Bowl between two 40-year old plus hall of fame quarterbacks, Drew Brees and Tom Brady, in both of their possible swan song seasons?

NFL MVP – Andrew Luck

2019 NFL MVP Odds: +800

Luck was great last season. He should be better this season. Indianapolis signed Devin Funchess and TE Eric Ebron. That gives Luck two gigantic targets over the middle of the field. Funchess and Ebron will open things up for TE Jack Doyle and flying wide receiver T.Y. Hilton. Luck to Hilton for bomb touchdowns should be a theme in 2019.

If running back Marlon Mack stays healthy, the Colts should field one of the top offenses in the league. Andrew Luck has a real shot of winning this year’s MVP.

NFL Comeback Player of the Year – Jason Witten

Most like San Francisco quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to win the Comeback Player of the Year Award. Garoppolo can win it. Witten might be the better choice, though. After a year in the analyst’s booth, Witten decided to go back to Big D and play for the Cowboys.

Jason automatically becomes Dak Prescott’s top target. Not only that, but have you noticed what Jerry Jones has been saying about Ezekiel Elliott’s holdout? Jones said a rushing champion isn’t essential. Why? He knows Dak has his security blanket in Witten.

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year – Dwayne Haskins

2019 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year: +650

Quarterback Kyler Murray in Arizona could excel. Or, he could bomb if Kliff Kingsbury’s offensive system doesn’t play in the pro league. Dwayne Haskins, on the other hand, plays for Jay Gruden who will ensure he’s successful.

Gruden turned Kirk Cousins into a top quarterback. He could do the same with Haskins. Gruden’s also said that Haskins has a chance to win the starter’s role in camp. If Haskins gets the starter’s role, he could have a big season as a rookie.

Best NFL Props Odds for the 2017 Season

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I was supposed to give up swearing in 2017 (Ha, like that’s gonna’ happen), but I’m gonna’ do it anyway! I swear, I absolutely love NFL props odds betting – and you will too – thanks to the multitude of value-packed betting props in the bettor-friendly MyBookie sportsbook!

If you didn’t know before, you’ll know full well by the time you’re finished reading this article. You could potentially increase your annual NFL haul exponentially by correctly nailing some NFL props odds wagers centered around the quickly approaching 2017 regular season.

Here’s a Closer Look at the Best NFL Props Odds for the 2017 Season

Whether they’re individual player props odds or team-related NFL props odds, there are quite literally, a ton of ways for you to bet on NFL football in today’s high-tech, online sports betting industry.

Best of all, I’m about to reveal a handful of expert picks on some of my favorite NFL props odds that are available for your choosing right now while. With the start of the regular season closing in quickly, let’s get down to business.

To Make Playoffs Odds

I love the ‘To Make Playoffs’ props odds that are on the board, especially the more value-packed ones for teams that are going to be right on the playoff bubble.

Cincinnati Bengals

Make Playoffs +160 Don’t Make Playoffs -200

Analysis: Despite going 6-9-1 last season and missing the playoffs for the first time following a five-year postseason run, I’m thinking Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals are looking like an excellent pick to get back in the postseason this coming season.

The Bengals were solid on defense last season in finishing eighth in points allowed, but they needed some upgrades on offense – and they got them in the forms of super speedy wide receiver John Ross and talented, but toxic (to some teams) running back Joe Mixon. Cincinnati makes the playoffs in 2017 to cash in on their +160 odds to do just that, so go ahead and take the plunge!

Arizona Cardinals

Yes +150 No -180

Analysis: I know Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals went 7-8-1 last to miss the playoffs and bring their two-year postseason run and three-year run of winning double-digit games to an abrupt halt, but

Denver Broncos

Yes +185 No -235

Analysis: I know the Denver Broncos reside in the same division as the Chiefs and Raiders, who both won a dozen games in 2016, but I like the value the Broncos are offering heading into 2017, seeing as how they won nine games last season and will have a different look and feel about them moving forward under new head coach Vance Joseph. Denver still has an incredible defense and quarterback Trevor Siemian should be more confident after winning the starting job – for the second straight season.

Dallas Cowboys

Yes -170 No +140

Analysis: The Cowboys may have gone 13-3 last season in what was a completely surprising campaign led by gifted rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, but I’m thinking Dallas could very well miss the playoffs altogether in 2017 believe it or not. First and foremost, the Cowboys have one killer of a schedule and second, they’re not necessarily better than a New York Giants team that beat them twice last season en route to 11 victories. Dallas’ 2017 schedule includes seven games against teams that reached the playoffs last season. The Cowboys’ non-division schedule includes dates against all four AFC West teams, plus matchups against Arizona, Green Bay, Atlanta and Seattle.

New York Giants

Yes +120 No -150

Analysis: Speaking of NFC East division teams, the Giants look like a good pick to reach the playoffs for the second straight season. Eli Manning and company have winnable non-division matchups against Detroit and Tampa Bay, while Dallas gets the honor of playing Atlanta and Green Bay. I love the value that the G-Men are offering as a +120 pick to make the playoffs in 2017.

Highest Win Total

Over 13.5 – Ev Under 13.5 -120

Analysis: This wager basically amounts to whether or not you believe some team will win at least 14 games like the New England Patriots did last season. I’ve got a rock-solid answer that doesn’t require a whole lot of time either. No, you won’t see any team, not even the Patriots, win 14 games in 2017. The schedule, even for teams like New England, the 13-win Cowboys from last season and both, the 12-win Chiefs and Raiders, is a bit too daunting for any of them to record 14 victories in 2017. I love the Under here at -120.

Lowest Win Total by Division Winner

Over 8.5 -250 Under 8.5 +200

Analysis: I love the value this wager is offering seeing as how it’s not often that the league produces either an 8-8 division winner or a team with a losing record claims a division title.

Of course, the Carolina Panthers did win the NFC South in 2014 with an uninspiring 7-8-1 record that year, but I believe the Over is a virtual lock here people!

AFC Conference – Winning Division

The AFC East +130 AFC West +230 The AFC North +280 AFC South +350

Analysis: With the perennially powerful Patriots residing in the AFC East, it’s no wonder the mostly lop-sided division is offering the lowest return of any AFC division. Outside of new England however, Kansas City, Oakland and possibly Denver, will all have solid opportunities to represent the AFC in Super Bowl 52, while AFC North residents Pittsburgh and Cincinnati and AFC South rivals, Houston and Tennessee should also be playoff contenders – if not necessarily conference winning-caliber kind of teams in 2017.

NFC Conference – Winning Division

The NFC East +200 NFC West +300 The NFC North +240 NFC South +200

Analysis: While the NFC South has produced consecutive conference winners, my money is on either Seattle (NFC West), Green Bay (NFC North) or the New York Giants (NFC East) to get it done this coming campaign. Of course, it’s quite possible that Atlanta or Carolina challenge for another berth in the Super Bowl. My pick is for the NFC West first and foremost following by a pick for the NFC North Packers and then, the NFC South. These few picks represent just a handful of NFL props odds you can wager on this upcoming season.

Check out the sportsbook to get all of the latest 2017 NFL props odds! Now, happy hunting!

Must Bet Odds & Props for 2017 NFL Season

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It doesn’t matter if you just want to give someone some ‘props’ – or maybe get some ‘mad props’ that are long overdue. Nonetheless, it’s not important if you simply love the word ‘props’ or you’re just some dude that used to use the word frequently back in the day. Therefore, all you need to know is that this look at the must-bet props for the NFL schedule are just for you – your props-lover you!

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  1. respect or credit due to a person
  2. short for proper dues

Raiders Player to have More Yards

Marshawn Lynch Amari Cooper Michael Crabtree

Analysis: When last we saw Marshawn Lynch in 2015 =, he was no longer the workhorse he had been (417 yards) for the vast majority of his career. Thus, Michael Crabtree is a great possession receiver, but he’s really not beating anyone deep for big gains. Hence, that means that young star wide receiver Amari Cooper is the obvious pick here. Cooper went for 1,070 yards on 72 catches as a rookie in 2015 and hauled in 82 passes last season for 1,153 yards.

Pick: Amari Cooper

How Many games Will Tom Brady Start

16 Games -200 15 games +200 14 Games +400| 13 Games +600 12 games or Lower +750

Analysis: Prior to last season when he was forced by Commissioner Roger Goodell to sit out the first four games of the season for his alleged role in the now, long gone, Deflategate saga, Brady started all 16 regular season games in an impressive seven straight seasons.

On the other hand, Brady was injured and lost for the season in New England’s opening game of the 2008 regular season, but prior to that, he also started every regular season game in six straight seasons, to make his total, a mind-bogging, 16 starts in 13 of the last 14 seasons overall. Still, I’m going with 15 starts in 2017 just because Bill Belichick won’t risk any injury whatsoever in New England’s meaningless regular season finale.

What Will Happen to Johnny Manziel First?

Gets Arrested +140 Starts an NFL Game -190

Analysis: Johnny Manziel is everywhere these days, even down in Costa Rica recently. However, one place he’s not is on a football field near any NFL team. Since being released by the Browns following the 2015 season, Manziel hasn’t really even been mentioned as a possibility for any quarterback-starved franchise. Maybe he’ll get another shot or maybe he’ll be blackballed like Colin Kaepernick, but if I were a betting man, I’m going with the ‘Get Arrested’ pick here!

Pick: Gets Arrested

First Head Coach to get Fired

Todd Bowles +500

While Todd Bowles possesses is one of the best defensive coaches in the game today, I’m also thinking he could be out of the Big Apple in a ‘New York Minute’ in 2017 seeing as how the Jets have one of the most dysfunctional front offices in all of football.

Chuck Pagano +1050

Maybe it’s me, but I’m still wondering how Chuck Pagano even has a job after calling the most insane fake punt in NFL history back in 2015.

Jim Caldwell +1050

Simply put, my guess is that Caldwell makes it through the 2017 season, but that it will be his last in Detroit.

Pick: Todd Bowles

2017 MVP

Aaron Rodgers +400

While I’m not picking the Green Bay Packers to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 52, the incomparable Aaron Rodgers is my pick for league MVP as I expect him to put an incomplete Green Bay team with blemishes on his back and carry them, likely back to another conference championship showdown. For me, Aaron Rodgers is undoubtedly the best quarterback in the game today, and can completely alter the course of a game more than anyone else because of his ability to extend plays with his legs and run when necessary.

After throwing for an impressive 4,428 yards with 40 touchdown passes and just seven interceptions last season, I’m thinking his second career MVP award could be in order, even if his Packers don’t quite reach Super Bowl 52.

Early 2016 Season NFL Odds & Props Predictions

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Okay gridiron gaming aficionados, with the start of the 2016 NFL regular season getting closer by the day, what you need to go along with the multitude of free NFL betting odds picks you’ve been getting in the sportsbook is some online early NFL predictions. Let’s get started with my prediction on the first head coach to be fired.

Counting Down Our Online Early NFL Odds Props Predictions

First Coach Fired

A handful of head coaches like Jeff Fisher, Rex Ryan and Mike McCoy could be on the hot-seat by the time the 2016 regular season his its annual midway mark, but no head coach is sitting on a hotter seat right now than Jacksonville’s Gus Bradley.

In three seasons with the Jags, Bradley has not led the franchise to more than the five wins they recorded in 2015. Bradley is just 12-36 since 2013 and could be out of a job by midseason if Jacksonville really struggles in the first half.

Passing, Rushing and Receiving Leaders

Drew Brees: I could have gone with another signal-caller to win the 2016 passing yards title, but I just don’t see anyone beating out New Orleans Saints’ future Hall of Famer Drew Brees in 2016.

Brees has won the last two passing titles (he was tied with Ben Roethlisberger in 2014) and four of the last five overall. New Orleans will once again be a pass-heavy team that relies on Brees’ gifted right arm in 2016, making him my favorite.

Ezekiel Elliott: Maybe it’s me, but I see absolutely no reason why Dallas Cowboys rookie Ezekiel Elliott won’t lead the NFL in rushing in 2016 despite being a rookie. The Cowboys are going to get back to the power-rushing ways that helped DeMarco Murray lead the league in rushing back in 2014 and it all starts with the fourth overall pick in this year’s draft.

Elliott rushed for over 1,800 yards in his sophomore and junior seasons at Ohio State and possess a rare combination of power, size and speed that will allow him to run over, through and around NFL defenders right out of the gate.

Julio Jones Jones won he receiving yards title in 2015 by racking up 1,871 yards in receptions as Matt Ryan’s No. 1 target. The Falcons will lean on Jones’ ample gifts once again in 2016 and I believe he will be the first consecutive winner since the now retired Calvin Johnson did it I 2001 and 2012. Not only is Jones big, but he’s extremely fast and has hands like a vise grip on any ball thrown in his general vicinity.

MVP Winner

Russell Wilson: In just four seasons, Russell Wilson has won one Super Bowl title and two NFC championships while earning Pro Bowl honors three times. After bagging a Pro Bowl Offensive MVP award and leading the league in passer rating last season, what’s next for the 2012 NFL Rookie of the Year? Wining the 2015 NFL MVP award, that’s what!

Defensive Player of the Year

Navorro Bowman: In 2015, the Niners gifted linebacker bounced back from a torn ACL in 2014 to reach the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career. Bowman is a four-time First-Team All-Pro selection and led the NFL in tackles last season. Bowman had an incredible season in 2015 even though it was overshadowed a bit by the turmoil surrounding the Niners’ franchise last season. Bowman’s 136 tackles, 11.5 sacks, three interceptions, six forced fumbles and one touchdown makes him my odds-on-favorite to win the 2016 NFL Defensive Player of the Year award.

Offensive Rookie of the Year

Ezekiel Elliott: There are a lot of rookies that will have a chance to win this award but since I’m picking Ezekiel Elliot to win the NFL rushing title as a rookie, he’s my winner for this award too!

Jimmy Garoppolo’s NFL Props for the 2016 Season

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The big news in the NFL this week was that the U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the NFL’s appeals court win on reinstating Tom Brady’s four-game suspension to start the 2016 season for Brady’s role in Deflategate. Remember, Brady was originally to serve that suspension last year but won a lower-court ruling. So now all Brady can do is try to get the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the case, but no one believe that will happen. So could backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo step in and “Wally Pipp” Brady? Here are some NFL betting props to expect when the season starts.

Let’s Take a Closer Look at Jimmy Garoppolo’s NFL Props for the 2016 Season


If you don’t know, the Yankees’ Pipp is considered to be one of the best power hitters of the dead ball era. He is now best remembered as the man who lost his starting role to Lou Gehrig at the beginning of Gehrig’s streak of 2,130 consecutive games. According to a popular legend, Pipp asked to sit due to a headache.

Garoppolo has never started an NFL game and has attempted 31 total regular-season passes in garbage time since being a second-round pick out of Eastern Illinois. He will start games Week 1 at Arizona, Week 2 vs. Miami, Week 3 on a Thursday vs. Houston and Week 4 vs. Buffalo. Brady would return Week 5 at Cleveland. On the bright side for the Patriots, those last three games Brady will miss are at home, where the Patriots are an NFL best 101-19 since 2001. In addition, the Patriots have won 72.7 percent of games in September over the last 10 years, also best in the league.

As for the defenses that Garoppolo will face, Arizona was No. 8 in the NFL against the pass last year, allowing 230 yards per game. It gave up 24 TD passes. Miami ranked 21st in the NFL in allowing 250 yards in their per game and gave up 31 touchdowns. Houston was No. 3 against the pass, allowing 210 yards per game and 24 TDs. And Buffalo was 19th in allowing 248 yards per game along with 30 touchdowns.

When it comes to preparations for temporarily supplanting perhaps the greatest quarterback in NFL history, perhaps no one is better qualified for the job than Garoppolo. He has spent the past two offseasons getting ready to guide the perennial AFC East champions through the first month of the regular season while awaiting word on Brady’s suspension decisions.

Garoppolo played well as part of his big dress rehearsal in preseason last year, completing 61 of 80 passes for 554 yards, two TDs and two INTs while posting a solid 92.4 passer rating. The Patriots don’t usually play Brady much in the preseason — he can play in preseason games and participate in all practices until the regular season starts. But he’s a veteran and won’t need much preseason work.

Given more prime reps in spring practices, Garoppolo was confident in his work with the first team but echoed coach Bill Belichick’s mantra of the need for continued improvement.

“I think it’s going the right way, going in the right direction,” Garoppolo said last month. “Obviously, there’s a long way to go. I’m only going into Year 3 now. There’s tons of things to improve on. If we keep going the right way, we’ll be all right.”

Keep in mind that the Patriots have had to deal with a Brady absence before. In the 2008 season, Brady suffered a season-ending ACL tear in the first game of the year. Backup quarterback Matt Cassel came in to replace the legend and led the Patriots to an 11-5 record. Despite the winning season, the 11-win-team became the first to not make the playoffs since the NFL expanded playoffs to include 12 teams in 1990. Cassel played so well that year that the Chiefs gave up a lot to trade for him and eve

ntually gave him a nice extension. Cassel had one Pro Bowl season in K.C. but otherwise has been lousy since.

Garoppolo will have the best duo of tight ends in the NFL in Rob Gronkowski and Martellus Bennett to throw to and basically the entire defense ready to go.

My Betting Prediction

I’m not going to speculate on Garoppolo’s numbers those first four games, but I’m leaning that the Pats go 3-1. Road teams have a tough time in those Thursday night affairs, as the Houston game is, and the other two at Gillette are against division opponents who haven’t had much success in Foxborough in recent years.



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