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NFC North Futures: Can Vikes Do it Again?

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The NFC North is always a dogfight, and the 2016 edition is shaping up to be no different. As usual, it’s a battle between a mainstay franchise and up and comers.

At BetOnline, the Green Bay Packers are -180 favorites to win the division, but it won’t be a cake walk. The Minnesota Vikings, who won the NFC North in 2015, are right behind them at +235, while the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions are also available for a price of +1000.

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NFC South Futures: Cam and Co. on Top

After coming up short in the Super Bowl against the Broncos following an almost perfect 15-1 regular season, oddsmakers think the Panthers’ success will continue for the upcoming season and, unsurprisingly, have them as the favorites to win the NFC South.

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NFC West Futures: Two Team Race

The NFC West is a division of have and have nots. The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals are both legitimate NFC title contenders while the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers are likely a year away from being anything more than competent.

The Seahawks have opened as a -135 odds on favorite to win the NFC West next season with the Cardinals coming in at +140. Either the Seahawks or the Cardinals have won the division banner in each of the past three seasons with the other gaining a wild card berth the past two years.

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NFL Defensive Player of The Year Odds

J.J. Watt has owned the NFL Defensive Player of the Year award the past several years with the Houston Texans’ standout winning claiming the crown in three of the past four seasons. Watt is in the argument of being the best player in football – regardless of position.

It should not be a surprise then that Watt is the favorite to claim the DPOY in the upcoming 2016-17 season. Bet365 has tabbed Watt has a +275 fave to claim the title for the third consecutive season.  

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NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year Odds

Ezekiel Elliott will have the luxury of starting his NFL career behind an amazing run-blocking offensive line and an injury-prone quarterback. Those factors have gone a long way to ensuring that the Ohio State alum is the odds-on favorite to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Elliott – who originally opened at +250 – is now listed at -125 to win the OROY per Bovada.

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This Week In Sports Betting

An analysis of the Silver State’s gaming revenue numbers show that sports betting is on track to become a $5 billion business in the state of Nevada this year for the first time ever. 

Pretty cool. 

It’s a clear sign that sports betting is more popular than ever and we can reasonably infer the numbers in Nevada are a reflection of what’s happening to sports betting everywhere. 

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AFC North Futures: 3-Team Race in 2016

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There is no question that the AFC North is a three-team race with the Cleveland Browns undoubtedly the odd-man out. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals are separated by the thinnest of margins in early futures markets, while the Baltimore Ravens are right there behind them with all three set to duke it out in that typical AFC North fashion that we’ve come to know and love.

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AFC East Futures: Same Old Same Old

Until something drastic changes, the AFC East will go through New England. The Patriots have won the division 12 of the past 13 seasons with their lone unsuccessful campaign coming when Tom Brady missed the entire 2008 season.

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Jared Goff Season Betting Props

Despite no official confirmation, Jared Goff will almost certainly be the Day 1 starter for the Los Angeles Rams this upcoming NFL season. The Rams mortgaged the future to attain Goff and spent their remaining draft picks on some offensive pieces with high upside.

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