Is Redskins defensive end Chase Young a good bet at +450 odds to win 2020 NFL Defensive Player of the Year or could the Cardinals’ Isaiah Simmons (+800) or Lions’ Jeff Okudah (+2500) steal the hardware? Steve Dominey reviews all the NFL player futures, discusses the wagering trends and provides his pick.
Betting lines for all 16 Week 1 games are available after the release of the 2020 NFL schedule. Steve Dominey’s offers three early best bets to jump on before the lines move.
With the NFL’s virtual draft in the books, we recap all the action and examine what teams improved and worsened their odds to win Super Bowl 55, looking at the Chiefs, Ravens, Cowboys, Packers, Eagles, Buccaneers and Saints.
Assuming college football teams play a full schedule in 2020, three teams stand out as good value bets in the season win totals. Steve Dominey breaks down the odds and offers his expert picks.
The reigning Super Bowl champion Chiefs are favored to rack up the most regular-season wins, but are the Ravens the better bet after running roughshod over the NFL in 2019, or could the Buccaneers (+1600) possibly finish first-overall after Tom Brady switched teams?
Who will finish with the NFL’s worst-record in 2020? We examine the league’s worst teams to find the best bet to tank for Trevor Lawrence, looking at the Jaguars, Redskins, Panthers and Dolphins.
Before the NFL Draft, we examine the playoff odds in the AFC to see what teams are good bets to miss and make the postseason, taking a closer look at the Bills, Bengals, Chargers, Broncos and Raiders.
What teams are the best bets to make and miss the postseason in the NFC? Before Thursday’s NFL Draft kicks off in cyberspace, we evaluate the respective playoff chances of the Packers, Eagles and Rams.
Clemson (-200) and Ohio State (-150) look like locks to return to the College Football Playoff, but what other teams will fill out the field? We evaluate early odds for Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma and defending champion LSU, and offer our best bets on who will make the tournament.
Given we still don’t know if the NBA season will resume or if there will even be playoffs this year, there’s no telling when the draft might take place. However, that didn’t stop oddsmakers from installing Georgia shooting guard Anthony Edwards (-110) as the early favorite to be the No. 1 overall pick ahead of fellow teens James Wiseman (+200) and LaMelo Ball (+400).