I was supposed to give up swearing in 2017 (Ha, like that’s gonna’ happen), but I’m gonna’ do it anyway! I swear, I absolutely love NFL props odds betting – and you will too – thanks to the multitude of value-packed betting props in the bettor-friendly MyBookie sportsbook!
If you didn’t know before, you’ll know full well by the time you’re finished reading this article. You could potentially increase your annual NFL haul exponentially by correctly nailing some NFL props odds wagers centered around the quickly approaching 2017 regular season.
Here’s a Closer Look at the Best NFL Props Odds for the 2017 Season
Whether they’re individual player props odds or team-related NFL props odds, there are quite literally, a ton of ways for you to bet on NFL football in today’s high-tech, online sports betting industry.
Best of all, I’m about to reveal a handful of expert picks on some of my favorite NFL props odds that are available for your choosing right now while. With the start of the regular season closing in quickly, let’s get down to business.
To Make Playoffs Odds
I love the ‘To Make Playoffs’ props odds that are on the board, especially the more value-packed ones for teams that are going to be right on the playoff bubble.
Make Playoffs +160
Don’t Make Playoffs -200
Analysis: Despite going 6-9-1 last season and missing the playoffs for the first time following a five-year postseason run, I’m thinking Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals are looking like an excellent pick to get back in the postseason this coming season.
The Bengals were solid on defense last season in finishing eighth in points allowed, but they needed some upgrades on offense – and they got them in the forms of super speedy wide receiver John Ross and talented, but toxic (to some teams) running back Joe Mixon. Cincinnati makes the playoffs in 2017 to cash in on their +160 odds to do just that, so go ahead and take the plunge!
Analysis: I know Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals went 7-8-1 last to miss the playoffs and bring their two-year postseason run and three-year run of winning double-digit games to an abrupt halt, but
Analysis: I know the Denver Broncos reside in the same division as the Chiefs and Raiders, who both won a dozen games in 2016, but I like the value the Broncos are offering heading into 2017, seeing as how they won nine games last season and will have a different look and feel about them moving forward under new head coach Vance Joseph. Denver still has an incredible defense and quarterback Trevor Siemian should be more confident after winning the starting job – for the second straight season.
Analysis: The Cowboys may have gone 13-3 last season in what was a completely surprising campaign led by gifted rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, but I’m thinking Dallas could very well miss the playoffs altogether in 2017 believe it or not. First and foremost, the Cowboys have one killer of a schedule and second, they’re not necessarily better than a New York Giants team that beat them twice last season en route to 11 victories. Dallas’ 2017 schedule includes seven games against teams that reached the playoffs last season. The Cowboys’ non-division schedule includes dates against all four AFC West teams, plus matchups against Arizona, Green Bay, Atlanta and Seattle.
New York Giants
Analysis: Speaking of NFC East division teams, the Giants look like a good pick to reach the playoffs for the second straight season. Eli Manning and company have winnable non-division matchups against Detroit and Tampa Bay, while Dallas gets the honor of playing Atlanta and Green Bay. I love the value that the G-Men are offering as a +120 pick to make the playoffs in 2017.
Highest Win Total
Over 13.5 – Ev
Under 13.5 -120
Analysis: This wager basically amounts to whether or not you believe some team will win at least 14 games like the New England Patriots did last season. I’ve got a rock-solid answer that doesn’t require a whole lot of time either. No, you won’t see any team, not even the Patriots, win 14 games in 2017.
The schedule, even for teams like New England, the 13-win Cowboys from last season and both, the 12-win Chiefs and Raiders, is a bit too daunting for any of them to record 14 victories in 2017. I love the Under here at -120.
Lowest Win Total by Division Winner
Over 8.5 -250
Under 8.5 +200
Analysis: I love the value this wager is offering seeing as how it’s not often that the league produces either an 8-8 division winner or a team with a losing record claims a division title.
Of course, the Carolina Panthers did win the NFC South in 2014 with an uninspiring 7-8-1 record that year, but I believe the Over is a virtual lock here people!
AFC Conference – Winning Division
The AFC East +130
AFC West +230
The AFC North +280
AFC South +350
Analysis: With the perennially powerful Patriots residing in the AFC East, it’s no wonder the mostly lop-sided division is offering the lowest return of any AFC division. Outside of new England however, Kansas City, Oakland and possibly Denver, will all have solid opportunities to represent the AFC in Super Bowl 52, while AFC North residents Pittsburgh and Cincinnati and AFC South rivals, Houston and Tennessee should also be playoff contenders – if not necessarily conference winning-caliber kind of teams in 2017.
NFC Conference – Winning Division
The NFC East +200
NFC West +300
The NFC North +240
NFC South +200
Analysis: While the NFC South has produced consecutive conference winners, my money is on either Seattle (NFC West), Green Bay (NFC North) or the New York Giants (NFC East) to get it done this coming campaign. Of course, it’s quite possible that Atlanta or Carolina challenge for another berth in the Super Bowl. My pick is for the NFC West first and foremost following by a pick for the NFC North Packers and then, the NFC South. These few picks represent just a handful of NFL props odds you can wager on this upcoming season.
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