NFL Preview – All Your 2015 Odds in One Place

With the Deflategate suspension officially nullified, the undying-est story of the NFL’s offseason is over (for now) and we can finally get excited for on-field action, beginning this Thursday, Sep. 10, when New England hosts the Pittsburgh Steelers (8:30 Eastern).

With so little time before we’re back in football heaven, some of you may need to cram for the upcoming season. Luckily, we’ve compiled the odds for some of the biggest prizes in the NFL, including who will be named MVP, who will take home Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year, and who will be lifting the Lombardi Trophy on Feb. 7 in San Francisco.

2015-16 NFL Props:

Odds to make the playoffs (AFC):

  • Indianapolis – 1/9
  • New England – 2/11
  • Denver – 2/5
  • Baltimore – 5/7
  • Pittsburgh – 5/6
  • Cincinnati – 1/1
  • Kansas City – 5/4
  • Miami – 7/5
  • San Diego – 8/5
  • Buffalo – 7/4
  • Houston – 7/4
  • New York – 7/2
  • Cleveland – 6/1
  • Oakland – 8/1
  • Jacksonville – 9/1
  • Tennessee – 10/1

Odds to make the playoffs (NFC):

  • Seattle – 1/8
  • Green Bay – 1/6
  • Dallas – 5/8
  • Philadelphia – 2/3
  • New Orleans – 4/3
  • Atlanta – 4/3
  • Arizona – 8/5
  • Detroit – 8/5
  • Carolina – 17/10
  • Minnesota – 9/5
  • New York – 9/5
  • St Louis – 5/2
  • San Francisco – 5/1
  • Chicago – 6/1
  • Tampa Bay – 6/1
  • Washington – 8/1

Odds to win NFL MVP:

  • Andrew Luck – 3/1
  • Aaron Rodgers – 4/1
  • Ben Roethlisberger – 9/1
  • Tom Brady – 12/1
  • Tony Romo – 15/1

Odds to win Offensive Rookie of the Year:

  • Amari Cooper – 4/1
  • Marcus Mariota – 11/2
  • Jameis Winston – 11/2
  • Melvin Gordon – 7/1
  • Ameer Abdullah – 8/1

Odds to win Defensive Rookie of the Year:

  • Vic Beasley – 6/1
  • Leonard Williams – 6/1
  • Randy Gregory – 8/1
  • Danny Shelton – 8/1
  • Marcus Peters – 10/1

Odds to be the first coach fired:

  • Joe Philbin – 4/1
  • Jeff Fischer – 4/1
  • Tom Coughlin – 7/1
  • Gus Bradley – 8/1
  • Marvin Lewis – 10/1

Odds to meet in Super Bowl 50:

  • New England vs Green Bay – 13/1
  • New England vs Seattle – 13/1
  • Indianapolis vs Green Bay – 16/1
  • Indianapolis vs Seattle – 16/1
  • Denver vs Green Bay – 22/1

Odds to win Super Bowl 50:

  • Seattle – 13/2
  • Green Bay – 13/2
  • New England – 13/2
  • Indianapolis – 8/1
  • Denver – 14/1
  • Dallas – 16/1
  • Philadelphia 16/1
  • Baltimore – 20/1
  • Pittsburgh – 20/1
  • Arizona – 25/1
  • Minnesota – 30/1
  • Miami – 30/1
  • Kansas City – 30/1
  • New Orleans – 40/1
  • Detroit – 40/1
  • San Diego – 40/1
  • Atlanta – 45/1
  • Cincinnati – 45/1
  • Carolina – 50/1
  • Buffalo – 50/1
  • Houston – 50/1
  • New York – 50/1
  • St Louis – 66/1
  • San Francisco – 75/1
  • Cleveland – 75/1
  • Oakland – 80/1
  • Chicago – 80/1
  • New York – 100/1
  • Tampa Bay – 100/1
  • Washington – 150/1
  • Jacksonville – 200/1
  • Tennessee – 200/1

(Photo Credit: Keith Allison (Originally posted to Flickr)[https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/])

Boris

Hockey may be a wildly unpopular sport in the U.S., but where no one is paying attention, there's a ton of value for Boris to mine. An avid NHL fan of over 20 years, Malloy made his first bet against a friend during the 2001 Stanley Cup Finals (going against Ray Bourque) and has been hooked ever since. He has yet to pay off that debt of $2, but he's made plenty back since. In between worrying about the league's next lockout, he regularly contributes to MTS and is also fluent in football, basketball, baseball and French (sort of).

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