NFL Regular Season Bets for you Should Place Now

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As we head into June, buzz regarding the upcoming NFL Season has begun. With the regular season on the horizon, savvy bettors are already eyeing the landscape to place strategic bets on betting odds for NFL division winners, MVP odds and even the Super Bowl champion.

Before diving into our analysis of key props, divisions, and Super Bowl contenders, let’s explore the different types of season-long bets available.

Are you ready to get a head start and potentially lock in lucrative odds?


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Regular Season: September 5th, 2023 – January 5th, 2024


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Sometimes it makes sense to hold off on making future NFL bets until we get a chance to see what happens at training camps.

But every season there are a handful of bets that if we wait too long, we miss out on optimal odds.

While free agency, the draft, and preseason performance can all influence a team’s trajectory, the current betting odds for NFL season offer valuable insights into expert predictions.

Check out NFL odds, analysis, and bets you should place before training camps begin.


Place these Early NFL Bets before the Odds Change

Detroit Lions at +1225 to win Super Bowl 59

The Lions should have won the NFC Championship.

Questionable decisions by the head coach may have cost Detroit.

No worries. The team is positioned to dominate a relatively weak NFC North.

If the Lions make waves in July during training camp, forget it.

The odds will plumet to around +900. So back Detroit now if you believe.

Betting Lions to Win

Super Bowl 59 Odds: +1225 | Current Super Bowl Odds
MyBookie Betting Lines for the Division


New York Jets at +1200 to Win the AFC Championship

The odds on the Jets have gone down because NYJ boasts one of the top defenses in the league.

Oh, and they spent mass amounts of draft capital and money to protect Aaron Rodgers.

If the core of the offense stays healthy, that’s Rodgers, the O-line, WR Garrett Wilson and RB Breece Hall, the Jets will challenge the Ravens and Chiefs for home field advantage.

NYJ’s schedule is much easier than either of those teams.

Betting Jets to Win

AFC Championship Odds: +1200 | Current AFC Championship Odds
MyBookie Betting Lines for the Division


Aaron Rodgers to Win NFL MVP at +1900

Rodgers dominated the NFL when he was at Green Bay.

The excellent skills remain.

Not only do they remain, but Rodgers should benefit from playing behind a rebuilt and talented offensive line.

Also, quarterbacks that play with good defenses, think Lamar and the Ravens, always play well.

Faith in one’s defense gives quarterbacks the confidence to get out there and move the football.

If AR is back, the odds make him an overlay.

Betting Aaron Rodgers to Win

MVP Odds: +1900 | Current MVP Odds
MyBookie Betting Lines for the Division

Aaron Rodgers says Jets “could win the Super Bowl and I could win MVP”


New York Jets to Win the AFC East +189

Sticking with the Jets’ theme here. NYJ is loaded on both sides of the football this season.

Yes, the Bills and Dolphins will be good, but New England should post one of the worst records in the league.

Also, both the Dolphins and Bills have question marks.

For the Bills, the big question is who Josh Allen will throw the football to.

For Miami, the question is their defense. At the odds, the Jets are a great play.

Betting Jets to Win

AFC East Odds: +189 | Current AFC East Odds
MyBookie Betting Lines for the Division


New Orleans Saints to Win the NFC South +330

New Orleans is an overlay at +330. Two big questions hang over the Saints.

First, will New Orleans protect Derek Carr with their revamped offensive line?

The second question is how well Klint Kubiak’s offensive system will benefit Carr, Alvin Kamara, and the wide receivers.

If Kubiak’s run first philosophy takes hold, the Saints’ defense is good enough to handle the Falcons and the Buccaneers.

+330 is a great number on a team that should be around +250 to win their division.  

Betting Saints to Win

NFC South Odds: +330 | Current NFC South Odds
MyBookie Betting Lines for the Division


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Super Bowl Odds to Win this 2025 NFL Season

The following NFL betting lines are based on MyBookie Sportsbook.

Teams Odds
San Francisco 49ers +550
Kansas City Chiefs +700
Baltimore Ravens +800
Buffalo Bills +1000
Detroit Lions +1200
Cincinnati Bengals +1300
Dallas Cowboys +1600
Philadelphia Eagles +1800
Miami Dolphins +2000
Green Bay Packers +2200
Houston Texans +2200
LA Chargers +2500
New York Jets +2500
Jacksonville Jaguars +3500
Los Angeles Rams +3500
Cleveland Browns +4000
Minnesota Vikings +4000
Atlanta Falcons +5000
Chicago Bears +5000
Indianapolis Colts +5000
Denver Broncos +7500
Las Vegas Raiders +7500
New Orleans Saints +7500
Pittsburgh Steelers +7500
Seattle Seahawks +7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7500
Arizona Cardinals +10000
New England Patriots +15000
New York Giants +15000
Tennessee Titans +15000
Washington Commanders +15000
Carolina Panthers +25000

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Early 2016 NFL Regular Season Bets for you Should Place Now

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With more than four months before the official kickoff of the 2016 NFL season, it seems way too early to start thinking about placing wagers on NFL odds. But don’t tell that to CG Technology in Las Vegas that has already released the odds for every NFL game on the 2016 calendar from Week 1 to Week 16. With a good number of the NFL lines guaranteed to change after the 2016 NFL draft and once the regular season begins, here are some hot NFL picks and bets you should jump on right now when the odds are still favorable and affordable.

Early 2016 NFL Regular Season Bets for you Should Place Now

WEEK 1: Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos (-1.5)

The Denver Broncos are the defending champs and many bettors are likely to back them up in this game, especially because of their solid defense. The problem, however, is that Cam Newton and Co., who’ve largely remained intact from their gruesome loss to the Broncos in the Super Bowl 50 game, will come into this game with nothing but vengeance on their mind. Meanwhile, Denver (as we speak) don’t have a go-to guy at QB—given Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler are no longer in Mile High—and whoever gets the starting job will need time to gel with his teammates. With that, going with Carolina sounds like the best way to go in this trap game that is meant to hook up Denver supporters.

WEEK 1: Oakland Raiders at New Orleans Saints (OVER: 50)

As two teams that had some of the weakest defenses last year (and many years before that as well), it doesn’t look like we will be seeing too many changes from them this year. Yes, the free agency saw some noteworthy names join both teams and the NFL draft will equally see some valuable pieces boost both defenses, but there are too many holes to trust both defenses in the upcoming season. On the opposite side of the field, it is the exact opposite; Oakland brings back a proven and talented group, led by quarterback Derek Carr, running back Latavius Murray, wideouts Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper and tight ends Mychal Rivera and Clive Walford. The Saints are just as good, led by future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees, who is a master of exploiting weak defenses, as he did in his career-high 7-touchdown performance against the New York Giants. With leaky defenses and solid offenses, this total is likely to go up as the season approaches, so the sooner you can lock an OVER 50 total, the better it is likely to be for you in terms of cashing in from this sumptuous pick. And for good measure, be on the lookout for a possible win by the upswing Raiders over.

WEEK 6: Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots (-4)

The Patriots seldom lose at home and their best football often comes midway through the season, so this should be a sweet opportunity for the Patriots to dismantle the overvalued Bengals. This should be particularly possible if Tom Brady is suspended for the first four games of the season, making him come into this game with an extra chip on his shoulder to make up for lost time. So, you better jump on this line before it goes up to -6 or even more.

WEEK 15: Pittsburgh Steelers (Pick) at Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals are perennial questionable performers when the season is about to come to an end, complemented with their well-known under performance in the playoffs. The Steelers, meanwhile, are a force to reckon with and had it not been for their injuries in the 2015-16 season, they would have performed much better. It’s hard to predict who will be healthy or injured at this time of the year, but barring any major injuries, Pittsburgh’s extremely talented offense and up-surging defense should be able to get the job done here rather comfortably. So, before Pittsburgh starts performing well in the regular season and this line begins to go up in favor of the Steelers, take Pittsburgh at a pick-em price and don’t look back.

Chicago Bears (Regular Season Win Total OVER 6.5)

Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers will always be a force to reckon with in the NFC North while third-year QB Teddy Bridgewater, mercurial running back Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings look to be on the upswing. But the team we are concerned with here is the maligned Chicago Bears. Despite having a disappointing campaign last year, the Bears (we believe) have the pieces needed to bounce back with 7-or-more wins. QB Jay Cutler is a talented player and he will be getting a load of receiving talent this season, led by WR Alshon Jeffery (54 receptions, 807 yards in 2015) and 2015 Round 1 pick Kevin White (West Virginia), who will finally get his chance to shine in the Windy City after a shin injury sidelined him for his entire rookie campaign. Besides those two receivers, the Bears also have the likes of Eddie Royal, Marquess Wilson, Josh Bellamy and Marc Mariani in the WR department, with TEs Martellus Bennett and Khari Lee and RBs Jacquizz Rodgers and Jeremy Langford capable of offering a wide variety of offensive support. Along with a projected improved defense and the fact that both the Packers and Lions aren’t playing in their scary-best as was the case a few years back, Chicago should make a good value for OVER 6.5 regular season wins this year.

NFL 2021 Regular Season: 6 Most Attractive Bets to Consider

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For the upcoming season, MyBookie has posted most NFL future options. Although there are plenty of great bets from which to choose, the following six could make football handicappers a small fortune. Check out the six most intriguing bets heading into the 2021 NFL Season along with their NFL odds

Six Most Intriguing Bets Heading to the 2021-22 NFL Season

2021 NFL Regular Season

When: Sep. 9, 2021 – Jan. 9, 2022

Bet #1 – Bills’ QB Josh Allen +900 to win NFL MVP

Allen is second choice after perennial favorite Patrick Mahomes. The reason Allen is so intriguing as the second choice is due to the odds difference. While Mahomes offers +400, JA offers +900.

Buffalo should fight for the top seed in the AFC Playoffs. Why? The Bills have the twenty-third easiest schedule in the league. Allen figures to dominate more in 2021 than he did in 2020, and he played great in 2020.  

Bet #2 – Tampa Bay Vs Buffalo Super Bowl +2800

Tampa has the twenty-ninth easiest schedule in the NFL. Not only that, but the Buccaneers should field the best defense in the league. Tom Brady’s skills could diminish, and the Bucs would still be the favorite to win the NFC.

Buffalo’s schedule suggests they roll through their opponents. If Allen dominates, like we believe he will, and the defense improves, the Bills can upset the Kansas City Chiefs and win the AFC.

Bet #3 – Miami Dolphins +130 to make the playoffs

Miami’s schedule ranks twenty-seventh. Why in the world is Miami an underdog to make the playoffs? Neither of the AFC East’s other two teams, the New England Patriots nor the New York Jets, should beat the Fins this season. That’s four wins. 

Tua Tagovailoa showed flashes he’ll be an excellent pro quarterback. The defense is solid. Miami breaks the playoff drought by gaining the top wildcard in the conference. 

Bet #4 – Miami wide receiver Jaylen Waddle +1800 Offensive Rookie of the Year

Trevor Lawrence is the top choice, but Lawrence plays for Jacksonville. Trey Lance, the +500 choice, won’t even start for the San Francisco 49ers. Justin Fields plays for the Bears and Zach Wilson throws for the Jets.

Waddle goes to a team with a quarterback he knows, Tua Tagovailoa, and to a team that lost 5 games last season. Waddle has breakaway speed and excellent hands. He could catch 100 passes if Miami commits to the Tua-to-Jaylen combo.  

Bet #5 – AFC East to win the Super Bowl +550

Oddsmakers and pigskin handicappers are discounting how improved the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins are. If you notice, we’ve got a theme with our six intriguing bets where we start with strength of schedule and then look for overlay odds options.

Both Buffalo and Miami must implode not to make the playoffs. Neither will, which means for two possibilities, and a potential homefield advantage team in Buffalo, we’re getting +550. That’s more than fair. 

Bet #6 – New Orleans Saints to make the playoffs +110

+110 on the Saints to make the playoffs is an underlay. New Orleans doesn’t have to beat the Buccaneers. They only must beat the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons for four wins. 

New Orleans strength of schedule ranks twenty-second. Even with Jameis Winston at quarterback, New Orleans should have no trouble getting by the New England Patriots, New York Jets, New York Giants, and Philadelphia Eagles.

That’s eight wins. The other two to three wins will come among the Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Commanders, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans.

So even if Terrific Tom and the Bucs sweep the Saints, which may not happen, New Orleans is primed for a playoff appearance.  

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NFL Regular Season Bets and Winning Predictions – Sept. 2nd

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If you’re looking for virtually sure-fire, ‘lock alert’ kind of selections with the 2017 NFL regular season quickly approaching, then you’re going to enjoy the handful of wagers that I have identified as those that will make your bookie cringe over the course of the quickly approaching 2017 NFL regular season.

From some win total odds to the betting odds to win NFL divisions, the handful of expert picks that I’m about to offer up will undoubtedly make your bookie cringe.

A Closer Look at the NFL Regular Season Bets and Winning Predictions – Sept. 2nd

Arizona 7.5 Wins

Arizona may have gone 7-8-1 in 2016, but I believe they’re a ‘cringe-worthy’ lock to reach the eight-win mark in 2017 to easily top their 7.5-win total odds. The Cardinals finished the 2016 regular season ranked a stellar sixth in scoring (26.1 ppg) as veteran quarterback Carson Palmer threw for more than 4,200 yards. I like Arizona to get back to being a double-digit winner after adding two defensive players in the draft that will see playing time right away in linebacker Hassan Reddick and safety Budda Baker.

The Cardinals have arguably the best running back in the game today in the multi-faceted David Johnson (1,239 rushing yards), a still-productive No. 1 wideout in ageless veteran Larry Fitzgerald and a veteran quarterback in Carson Palmer that knows how to get it done. I like Arizona to record 11 wins in 2017, although I think 10 is probably more like it. Either way, I like the Cards to top their modest win total odds for the upcoming 2017 regular season.

NFL Regular Season Pick: Over 7.5 Wins

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Patriots Odds to win the AFC East

New England Patriots -840

I’m not even going to waste anyone’s time. Unless the Patriots suffer a season-ending injury to Tom Brady, they’ll easily pick up the division win in the AFC East, seeing as how all three of their division rivals are mediocre at best. The Patriots have won eight straight AFC East division titles and 13 of the last 14 overall. And will do so again in 2017 unless a series of minor miracles takes place.

New England went 5-1 against their division rivals last NFL regular season with their only loss coming in Week 4 against the Buffalo Bills in a 16-0 aberration. Now heading into 2017, the Pats are favored to win, not only the AFC East, but Super Bowl 52 as well. Whether they win consecutive Super Bowl titles remains to be seen, but their division win is a lock, although it’s going to cost you -840 to cash in.

Packers Odds To Win NFC North

Green Bay Packers -280

Just like New England in the AFC East, the Green Bay Packers are a virtual lock to win the NFC North in 2017, although I expect the Minnesota Vikings to be a lot better this coming NFL regular season than they were in 2016. Like Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers is so good, that he makes the Packers the favorite to beat in the NFC North each and every year. It’s that simple. Back the Pack at -280 to make your bookie cringe!

To Make Playoffs Odds

Arizona Cardinals

Yes +150
No -180

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 I’m a huge fan of head coach Bruce Arians and I believe his Cardinals are a virtual lock to get back into the playoffs in 2017 after addressing their needs this offseason, mostly on the defensive side of the ball.

New York Giants

Yes +120
No -150

I love the New York Giants as one of my picks to reach the playoffs for the second straight season after going 11-5 last season. Eli Manning and company have a handful of very winnable non-division matchups and if they play defense anywhere like they did a year ago, they could surprise in a big way come playoff time.

Which Oakland Raiders Player will finish the 2017 with the Most Yards?

Marshawn Lynch +170
Amari Cooper -105
Michael Crabtree +250

Last but not least, I love this props odds wager, seeing as how I believe it’s a virtual lock for Amari Cooper to win.

Marshawn Lynch almost assuredly won’t be as ‘beastly’ as he was in his heyday with Seattle and Michael Crabtree is one of the best possession receivers in the league today, but he’s never going to run past many defensive backs for long receptions.

Amari Cooper is in his third year and is still clearly still on the way up the ladder after racking up 1,070 receiving yards as a rookie and 1,153 yards a year ago. Keep it simple and place your NFL props odds betting bucks on the young and still improving Amari Cooper and you’ll end up one happy camper.

NFL Regular Season Pick: Amari Cooper



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