NFL Draft Odds: Broncos Looking At WR In The First Round?
With the NFL Draft starting Thursday, April 23, now is a great time to take a look at prop bets being offered by both DraftKings and FanDuel.&;Both sportsbooks will soon be debuting in the state of Colorado.
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Both websites don’t have much to offer Broncos enthusiasts, but there are a few possibilities. Both sportsbooks list Denver as picking an offensive player first at – 250 and have & lsquo, team position, first drafted player, and props. FanDuel lists Denver’s chances of going security first at + 190, while DraftKings has the higher chances of doing so.
Although they are unrelated to the review, quarterbacks Andy Dalton and Jameis Winston can access the second team andrdquo specials on DraftKings. The Broncos are a favorite in both situations. Denver has the fifth-best odds (+ 1200 ) to be the following team, Dalton & . Jacksonville (+ 250 ), Cincinnati (+ 300 ), New England (+ 500 ), and the L. A. Chargers (+ 1000 ) are those listed ahead of Denver.
Only Jacksonville (+ 250 ), the Chargers (+ 500 ), and Pittsburgh (+ 800 ) are ahead of Winston, who has the fourth-best odds (+ 1000 ).
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Back to the Draft, former LSU QB Joe Burrowis the runaway favorite to be the No. 1 overall selection. DraftKings has him at -10000, while FanDuel is at -7000. Both books have Ohio State defensive end Chase Young (+2000 DraftKings and +1500 FanDuel) as the next most likely top pick. Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (+2500 and +2000) and Oregon signal-caller Justin Herbert (+2500 and +3500) are next in line with the best odds.
Additionally, both books provide decorations for the precise results of the first three total picks. Amazingly, Burrow placed first, Young placed minute, and then a number of participants completed the top three.
The odds on Sportsbook are+ 50,000 for both Tagovailoa, Young, and Herbert, as well as Ohio State linebacker Jeff Okudah.
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At DraftKings, you can place a bet on which QB will be chosen first( favorite: Burrow – 10000, long shot: OklahomaQB Jalen Hurts + 25000 ), second( Tagovailoa – 286, Hurths + 15,000 ), and third( Herbert – 200, Anthony Gordon / James Morgan / Nate Stanley + 50000 ).
On the signal callers & , draft position at FanDuel, you can take the over / under. Although they do not have odds on Burrow, Utah State & , Tagovailoa, Herbert, and Jordan Love are all listed at 3.5 %, respectively. The highest over / under number is 62.5 for Hurts, Georgia & , and Jake Fromm.
Large devices like Shenault and others
The Broncos are rumored to be interested in a receiver with the 15th overall pick and Colorado&;s Laviska Shenault is among the pass catchers the sportsbooks are taking action on.
Both websites list Jerry Jeudy(- 121 and – 120 ) as the favorite to be the first WR off the board, along with Alabama & .
The next two up before the odds significantly increase are Oklahoma & , s CeeDee Lamb(+ 175 and + 155 ), and Alabama & req, Henry Ruggs (+ 250 + + 300 ).
Shenault is listed by DraftKings at + 15000 to be the first device chosen, but FanDuel does not. FanDuel does, however, had a prediction regarding who will win the first round. It is indeed + 300 and No, it’s – 435.
different course of action
Here & takes a quick look at some of the distinctive props that each website has to offer.
- Mr. ‘ s position is as follows: Offense( the last player chosen ): offense(- 121 ), defense (+ 100 ), or kicker / punter / long snapper (+ 1400 ).
- The following round of Hurts will be chosen: second (+ 100 ), third (+ 110 ), fourth (+ 800 ), first (+ 1,00 ), and fifth (+ 2000 ).
- Who will be chosen more players in the first round: the SEC ( 137 ) or all the other conferences put together (+ 112 )?
- The first kicker and punter are chosen for each round, with the first round having the best odds for both at + 10000, the fifth (+ 150 ) for kickers, and the sixth( 110 ) for punters.
- The number of people each Power Five conference will had chosen in the opening round is over / under. The Pac-12 is 2.5, while the SEC has a 15.5 % over / under.