Who’s the best bet to win 2020 NFL Coach of the Year honors? An intriguing storyline has already developed with Tom Brady’s former coach and current coach tied as co-favorites in the preseason.
Will Aaron Donald win his third-career NFL Defensive Player of the Year award? We look at his competition, including the Watt and Bosa brothers, last year’s winner Stephon Gilmore and Browns defensive end Myles Garrett.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is the favorite to win NFL Comeback Player of the Year, but is Lions signal caller Matthew Stafford (+800) the better bet? Steve Dominey analyzes the early 2020 CPOY odds for the top contenders.
Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow is a +250 favorite to win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, but he’ll have to outproduce top running backs such as Clyde Edwards-Helaire (+400) and Jonathan Taylor (+900), as well as a loaded rookie class of wide receivers.
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.
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.
Following a wild week of Free Agency, we check at the latest NFL MVP odds of all the quarterbacks who switched franchises and discuss who was hurt and helped by their teams’ big moves.
After the 2020 free agency period lit up the NFL world, see the new 2020 AFC Divisional futures plus best bets to win the AFC East, North, South & West. The Patriots are still favored without Tom Brady.
Before 2020 NFL Free Agency kicks off next week, Steve Dominey build cases as to why some NFC underdogs could win their divisions. The Buccaneers, Lions, and Cardinals in particular have high upsides.
With QB questions swirling for NFC teams like the Panthers, Bears, Buccaneers, Saints and Lions, we look at early 2020 NFL win totals and offer our best bets in the conference.
After a 14-2 season, are the Baltimore Ravens a safe OVER bet to hit 11 wins in 2020? We look at opening Win Totals in the AFC and offer our best bets.
The past two winners of the NFL’s MVP award are the early favorites to take home the hardware again in 2020. Are Patrick Mahomes (+500) and Lamar Jackson (+700) poised to rule the league again next seaosn or will another contender emerge?
After overcoming a 10-point deficit to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in this year’s Super Bowl, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs (+500) opened as favorites to win the Lombardi Trophy again in 2021. We look at all the odds with an eye towards a few underdogs.
Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid are favored to win their first Super Bowl, but the Kansas City Chiefs’ dynamic passing attack will have to outscore the San Francisco 49ers’ surging run game. Get the latest odds, point spread, and over/under for Super Bowl 54 on Feb. 2nd, 2020, plus expert betting advice.
With the Baltimore Ravens bounced from the NFL playoffs, we look at the latest Super Bowl odds for the Chiefs, Titans, 49ers and Packers heading into the 2020 Conference Championship Games. Get expert betting advice and analysis on Tennessee vs Kansas City and Green Bay vs San Francisco.
Check out the latest Super Bowl 54 odds heading into the Divisional Round, which see the Ravens, Chiefs, & 49ers favored. Could a Wild Card longshot like the Vikings, Seahawks, or Titans pull off an improbable upset and make a run to the Lombardi Trophy?
See the latest Super Bowl 54 odds ahead of the playoffs along with a breakdown of all the Wild Card Round matchups: Titans at Patriots, Bills at Texans, Seahawks at Eagles and Vikings at Saints.
The Chiefs and Saints look to be peaking at the right time, but the favored Ravens continued their dominant ways in Week 16. We look at the latest Super Bowl 54 futures odds and playoff scenarios across the NFL, trying to find the best betting value on the board as the postseason approaches.
With only two weeks left in the regular season, we break down all the playoff possibilities in the AFC and NFC and identify a few strong Super Bowl bets in both conferences.
With the Ravens locked in as Super Bowl 54 favorites, we look at other contenders (49ers, Saints, Packers, Chiefs, Patriots, Titans) in the AFC and NFC who could make a run at the Lombardi Trophy.
Lamar Jackson’s Baltimore Ravens are the new Super Bowl favorites at +275, but the Chiefs (+800) and 49ers (+900) might be the better values. We review the latest Lombardi odds and look ahead to Week 14’s biggest games.