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NFL Draft Review: Odds and Props

Did you expect the drafting of Cam Newton to move the Carolina Panthers up the NFL futures list? The Panthers did see a change, hitting 100/1 on the Super Bowl futures, up from 125/1 at Bovada, but they still have the same lackluster team that went 2-14 a year ago around Newton. Betting on the Panthers to win anything next year seems like a waste of time, especially if some experts are still wondering if Newton will be the next Matt Ryan or the next JaMarcus Russell.

If you're going to be betting on Newton to do anything this year you'd be better off looking at some of the NFL props he appears on at Bovada right now. That include Odds to Win AP Offensive Rookie of the Year and Who will be the starting QB for Carolina in Game 1 of the Regular Season?

For the NFL prop on offensive ROTY Newton is the favorite at 5/1. He's also the favorite to start Game 1 for the Panthers over incumbent Jimmy Clausen; Newton is listed at 2/5, while Clausen is a 5/2 underdog.

The large number of quarterbacks taken in this year's draft and uncertainty at the position for some teams has meant a few more starting QB props on the NFL page at Bovada. Think you know who will be the starting QB for Cincinnati, Minnesota, or Tennessee in Game 1? Then place a bet at Bovada.

For Cincinnati your options are current QB Carson Palmer (11/2) and newly-drafted Andy Dalton (3/2). This one will likely depend on what happens with Palmer. He's already stated numerous times he's done playing for the Bengals, but if Cincinnati can't find anyone to take him that could change and Dalton could begin his NFL career watching from the sidelines.

For Minnesota there are a number of options, including newly-drafted  Christian Ponder as the favorite at 2/1. There's also Joe Webb (7/1), Tarvaris Jackson (10/1), and Donovan McNabb (4/1) - due to rumors of the Vikings going after the veteran. You can also choose Other QB at 6/5, which might be a good pick in case Brett Favre decides for the umpteenth time he's still not done with football.

Finally, there's Tennessee. This is simply a choice between newly-drafted Jake Locker at +150 and Other QB at -200. If Locker comes into camp and performs as inconsistently as he did in his final year at Washington there's no way he will be starting in the Titans' season opener. After the Vince Young debacle the Titans will likely want to ease Locker into the starting job, so Other QB seems like the logical choice at -200.

Odds to Win Super Bowl XLVI

Green Bay Packers    7/1
New England Patriots 7/1
Pittsburgh Steelers     11/1
San Diego Chargers   12/1
Baltimore Ravens     14/1
New York Jets     14/1
New Orleans Saints      16/1
Indianapolis Colts      16/1
Atlanta Falcons      16/1
Philadelphia Eagles     16/1
Dallas Cowboys    16/1
New York Giants      18/1
Chicago Bears     25/1
Minnesota Vikings    35/1
Detroit Lions        35/1
Houston Texans    35/1
Kansas City Chiefs      35/1
Miami Dolphins    50/1
Cincinnati Bengals      60/1
Denver Broncos    60/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30/1
Oakland Raiders      40/1
San Francisco 49ers  40/1
St. Louis Rams    40/1
Tennessee Titans     50/1
Washington Redskins  50/1
Cleveland Browns     65/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 65/1
Arizona Cardinals    75/1
Seattle Seahawks     80/1
Buffalo Bills        100/1
Carolina Panthers    100/1

Odds to Win 2011 NFL AP Offensive Rookie of the Year

Cam Newton     5/1
Julio Jones    11/2
A.J. Green     13/2
Mark Ingram    15/2
Mikel LeShoure 12/1
Shane Vereen   14/1
Stevan Ridley  14/1
Titus Young    14/1
Andy Dalton    15/1
Daniel Thomas  15/1
Jake Locker    16/1
Torrey Smith      16/1
Christian Ponder  18/1
Ryan Williams  18/1
Randall Cobb   20/1
Jonathan Baldwin  20/1
Blaine Gabbert    22/1
Kyle Rudolph      25/1
Leonard Hankerson    25/1

Odds to Win 2011 NFL AP Defensive Rookie of the Year

Patrick Peterson  6/1
Von Miller     13/2
Nick Fairley      13/2
Marcel Dareus  15/2
Jimmy Smith    10/1
Prince Amukamara  10/1
Aldon Smith    12/1
Bruce Carter      14/1
JJ Watt     15/1
Adrian Clayborn   15/1
Cameron Jordan 15/1
Robert Quinn   15/1
Ryan Kerrigan  15/1
Cameron Heyward   16/1
Aaron Williams 18/1
Corey Liuget      18/1
DeQuan Bowers  18/1
Marvin Austin  18/1
Muhammad Wilkerson   18/1
Phil Taylor    25/1
Jabaal Sheard  25/1

Who will be the starting QB for Carolina in Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?

Cam Newton     2/5
Jimmy Clausen  5/2
Other QB    11/2

Who will be the starting QB for Cincinnati in Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?

Carson Palmer  11/2
Andy Dalton    3/2
Other QB    2/3

Who will be the starting QB for Minnesota in Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?

Christian Ponder     2/1
Donovan McNabb    4/1
Joe Webb       7/1
Tarvaris Jackson     10/1
Other QB       6/5

Who will be the starting QB for Tennessee in Game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?

Jake Locker    +150
Other QB    -200

Julio Jones - Total Receiving Yards in the 2011 Regular Season?

Over/Under     675

A.J. Green - Total Receiving Yards in the 2011 Regular Season?

Over/Under        650

Who will record more interceptions in the 2011 Regular Season?

Prince Amukamara     EVEN
Patrick Peterson     -130