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