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Three NFL Draft Prop Bets That Are Worth A Look

A new influx of talented players enters the NFL ranks soon, as the NFL draft takes place April 27-29. There are plenty of questions come this time of the offseason and this year is no different.

Will the Browns keep it simple and take Myles Garrett? Will a mediocre crop of quarterbacks find themselves falling down draft boards? Just how many DBs are we going to see get selected in the first round? (My personal answers are yes, yes and a lot.)

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NFL Draft: Who Will Be The First Overall Pick?

The 2017 NFL draft is quickly approaching and if all the pundits, mock drafters and oddsmakers are to be believed, the first overall pick is an absolute lock. Myles Garrett out of Texas A&M has separated himself from the pack due to his production, freakish athleticism and play at one of the most important positions in football.

Garrett, who is listed at -400 to be the top pick per Bet365, combines his athleticism with a natural feel for the game. This has resulted in a sacking, pass-batting, fumble-forcing machine.

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NFL Draft: Who Will Be Second Overall Pick?

The San Francisco 49ers own the second overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft and they could decide to go in a multitude of directions. What Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch do for their first major move during their tenure with the 49ers could have a major impact on their future with the team.

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NFL Draft: Which QB Is The First Selected?

I would hate to be a team in need of a quarterback in the upcoming NFL draft. Not to say there isn’t talent in the group, but teams are going to be reaching in the top five for players who likely shouldn’t be taken anywhere before the middle of the first round. When you select in the top five, I’m an advocate for taking the best player available, but that’s just not how football works.

The quarterback is the most important position in sports and there is a massive premium on the position. So, which of this year’s new crop of signal-callers is most likely to go first?

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NFL Draft: Which RB Is The First Selected?

The past several seasons have showcased just how impactful rookie running backs can be in the NFL. Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliott have proven that the day of the workhorse running back is not over and the incoming wave of running backs could continue this trend.

Leonard Fournette, Dalvin Cook and Christian McCaffrey spent their collegiate careers absolutely carving up opposing defenses.

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Opening Odds For NFL Week 1: My Picks And Analysis

Odds are out for Week 1 of the NFL season and I have a couple of plays that are automatic for me right out of the gate. 

I fill you in on those plays in the vid above along with a few others I like and I tell you what game I feel is the toughest to handicap in the early going. 

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NFL Draft: Who Will Be Third Overall Pick?

The Chicago Bears own the third overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft and what they do with it is anyone’s guess. Despite finishing in the middle of the pack in both offensive and defensive yardage last season, the Bears couldn’t score and couldn’t stop other teams from scoring.

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Super Bowl 52 Futures: Teams That Could Be One Draft Away

Get the latest Super Bowl futures and analysis of the odds to help you make the right choice when picking your team to win the Super Bowl.

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Betting Notes For Every NFL Week 1 Matchup

Here’s a betting note for every Week 1 line for the regular season after the schedule was announced April 20.

Odds coustesy of BetOnline.

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Chiefs at Patriots -7, 50

The Super Bowl winner is 14-2 straight up and 10-4-2 against the spread since 2000. The Super Bowl winner is usually an automatic bet for me to start the season but a full TD may tempt some Chiefs money. Then again, the Pats were the best bet of all time last season with 15 covered spreads.  

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NFL Draft: Which WR Is The First Selected?

At least one rookie receiver has eclipsed the 1,000-yard threshold in each of the past four NFL seasons, including the 2014 season that saw three newcomers accomplish the feat. The continued progression toward pass-heavy offensive schemes has meant a receiver either needs to be able to do everything well (A.J. Green) or be highly specialized (Jarvis Landry).

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