NFL 2014 Updated Futures and Prop Bet Odds

NFL 2014 Updated Futures and Prop Bet Odds
NFL 2014 Updated Futures and Prop Bet Odds
Time is running out for anyone who loves to get in a wager or two on NFL futures and prop bet odds with the start of the regular season right around the corner. Fortunately, BetAnySports has you covered with a number of updated NFL betting odds for everything from winning Super Bowl XLIX to ending the regular season with the worst record in the league.

The betting public has obviously reacted to what they have seen through the first three weeks of the NFL preseason even though none of those games count in the standings. The teams that have looked sharp over the past few weeks has caused their stock to rise, while a couple of offseason contenders have fallen in the ranks given some less than stellar outings in their preseason games.

Seattle is still the favorite to repeat as Super Bowl champs at +575 betting odds and Denver is still a solid second-favorite at +600, but New England has gained some ground to come in as +825 third-favorites along with San Francisco. Green Bay is right behind these two at +975 odds to win it all this year.

As far as the individual conference races, Seattle is a +330 favorite to win the NFC followed by the 49ers at +425 and Green Bay at +575 odds. New Orleans is fourth on the list at a +720 and both Philadelphia and Chicago have caught the bettors’ eyes at +1200 odds to win the conference.


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Denver is still the top favorite to repeat as AFC champs at +220, but the Patriots have really closed the gap on that list with +320 odds to get back to their first Super Bowl since 2011. Things start to drop off from there with Indianapolis listed third at +1000 followed by Pittsburgh at +1300 and Cincinnati at +1400.

The USA Online Sportsbooks odds are that Jacksonville ends the regular season with the worst record in the NFL tops that list at +340 followed closely by Oakland at +360. The Houston Texans won this dubious honor last season with just two wins, but things are looking up this year with +2200 odds they do it again.

Speaking of dubious honors, the Dallas Cowboys’ Jason Garrett tops the list as the first head coach fired this season with +200 betting odds and Oakland’s Dennis Allen is next at +450. The expectation level in Miami is higher than ever this season putting Joe Philbin on the hot seat at +750 odds he is the first to go.

Aaron Rodgers showed his true value to his team after the Packers went just 2-5-1 in the eight games he missed last season making him this season’s top candidate for “Comeback Player of the Year” at +400 odds. Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones also missed a substantial amount of time last season, so it is logical that he is the second-favorite on the list at +700.

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