Five NFL Prop Bets Bookies Love
Online bookies have a final week to push prop bets. See below for the 5 NFL prop bets that make bookies giddy with excitement.
5 NFL Prop Bets That Your Bookies Are Salivating Over
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First Head Coach Fired
Hue Jackson is the chalk at +321. He shouldn’t be. Jackson’s job is safe this season because the Browns will win at least 5 games. Cleveland is a good football team.
Tampa Bay could fire Dirk Koetter, the second choice, after Week 4. Bookies will place max betting limits on Koetter and everyone else while promoting action on Jackson.
NFL Regular Season MVP
Last year’s MVP, Tom Brady is this year’s favorite. NFL MVP’s don’t often win the award.
Don’t be surprised if pay per head agents promote action on Brady while they set max betting limits on all other MVP options.
NFL Defensive Player of the Year
Most bookies can’t see JJ Watt winning the award. They’ll promote action on Watt while tempering enthusiasm for Aaron Donald, Joey Bosa, and Von Miller. Khalil Mack has yet to report.
Most pay per head agents will accept as much money as possible on Mack to win this award. Don’t be surprised if some bookies package Mack and JJ Watt in marketing messages.
Some might even offer a special prop bet where if Mack or Watt wins the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award bookies pay out 20% above the wager.
NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
Online bookies should set max betting limits on every betting option to win NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.
The favorite, Bradley Chubb, most definitely could do it because he won’t see double-teams. He plays on the opposite side of Von Miller. However, both Derwin James and Roquan Smith should play almost every snap.
Bookies love the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year prop bet. They know that if it’s difficult for them find the winner, it’s difficult for their bettors to find the winner.
That’s key to all NFL prop bets, increased difficulty means an increase of potential profit.
NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
Before the NFL Preseason, Saquon Barkley was a lock. Barkley hasn’t played in any preseason game since the first one because of a hamstring injury.
Now, online bookies are promoting bets on other options like Baker Mayfield, Josh Rosen, and Sam Darnold.
Be careful because only Darnold figures to start.
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