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1st Overall Pick
Caleb Williams
1.01
Jayden Daniels
31.00
Drake Maye
41.00
J.J. McCarthy
101.00
Marvin Harrison Jr.
151.00
Michael Penix Jr.
151.00
Bo Nix
151.00
Malik Nabers
251.00
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2nd Overall Pick
Jayden Daniels
1.57
Drake Maye
2.55
J.J. McCarthy
10.00
Marvin Harrison Jr.
101.00
Caleb Williams
101.00
Michael Penix Jr.
151.00
Bo Nix
151.00
Malik Nabers
151.00
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3rd Overall Pick
Drake Maye
1.77
Jayden Daniels
2.60
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4th overall pick
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5th Overall Pick
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6th Overall Pick
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7th Overall Pick
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8th Overall Pick
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10th Overall Pick
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Top 3 picks exact order
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Top 5 picks exact order
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1st Running Back Drafted
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1st Wide Receiver Drafted
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1st Offensive Lineman Drafted
1st Defensive Player Drafted
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Team to Draft Bo Nix
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Team to Draft Brock Bowers
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Team to Draft J.J. McCarthy
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Team to Draft Michael Penix Jr.
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Team to Draft Jayden Daniels
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Olumuyiwa Fashanu - Draft Position
Adonai Mitchell - Draft Position
Amarius Mims - Draft Position
Bo Nix - Draft Position
Chop Robinson - Draft Position
Cooper DeJean - Draft Position
Dallas Turner - Draft Position
Graham Barton - Draft Position
Jared Verse - Draft Position
JC Latham - Draft Position
J.J. McCarthy - Draft Position
Joe Alt - Draft Position
Kool-Aid McKinstry - Draft Position
Laiatu Latu - Draft Position
Michael Penix Jr. - Draft Position
Nate Wiggins Draft Position
Terrion Arnold - Draft Position
Rome Odunze - Draft Position
Taliese Fuaga - Draft Position
Troy Fautanu - Draft Position
Byron Murphy - Draft Position
Quinyon Mitchell - Draft Position
Tyler Guyton - Draft Position
Brock Bowers Draft Position
Brian Thomas Jr. - Draft Position
NFL Draft - Total QBs Drafted in Round 1
NFL Draft - To be a Top 10 Pick
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NFL Draft - To be a Top 5 Pick
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Position of first drafted player - Carolina Panthers
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Position of first drafted player - Cincinnati Bengals
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Position of first drafted player - Dallas Cowboys
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Position of first drafted player - Denver Broncos
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Position of first drafted player - Green Bay Packers
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Position of first drafted player - Indianapolis Colts
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Position of first drafted player - Las Vegas Raiders
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Position of first drafted player - Philadelphia Eagles
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Position of first drafted player - Pittsburgh Steelers
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Position of first drafted player - Seattle Seahawks
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Position of first drafted player - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Position of first drafted player - Baltimore Ravens
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Position of first drafted player - Cleveland Browns
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Position of first drafted player - Tennessee Titans
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Position of first drafted player - Houston Texans
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Position of first drafted player - Kansas City Chiefs
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Position of first drafted player - Los Angeles Chargers
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Position of first drafted player - New York Giants
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Position of first drafted player - Atlanta Falcons
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Position of first drafted player - New Orleans Saints
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Position of first drafted player - San Francisco 49ers
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NFL Draft - Total Defensive Players Drafted in Round 1
NFL Draft - Total Offensive Players Drafted in Round 1
NFL Draft - Total Cornerbacks Drafted in Round 1
NFL Draft - Total Defensive Linemen and Edge Players Drafted in Round 1
NFL Draft - Total Offensive Linemen Drafted in Round 1
NFL Draft - Total Wide Receivers Drafted in Round 1
Outright Winner
Super Bowl AFC NFC
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Super Bowl: Name the Finalists
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Super Bowl: Exact Outcome
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Super Bowl: Winning conference
Super Bowl: Winning division
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Super Bowl: Winning state
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AP MVP Winner
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AP Defensive Player of the Year
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AP Coach of the Year
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AP Offensive Player of the Year
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AFC East - Winner
AFC North - Winner
AFC South - Winner
AFC West - Winner
NFC East - Winner
NFC North - Winner
NFC South - Winner
NFC West - Winner
Arizona Cardinals to make the playoffs
Atlanta Falcons to make the playoffs
Baltimore Ravens to make the playoffs
Buffalo Bills to make the playoffs
Chicago Bears to make the playoffs
Cincinnati Bengals to make the playoffs
Cleveland Browns to make the playoffs
Dallas Cowboys to make the playoffs
Denver Broncos to make the playoffs
Detroit Lions to make the playoffs
Green Bay Packers to make the playoffs
Houston Texans to make the playoffs
Indianapolis Colts to make the playoffs
Jacksonville Jaguars to make the playoffs
Kansas City Chiefs to make the playoffs
Los Angeles Chargers to make the playoffs
Los Angeles Rams to make the playoffs
Las Vegas Raiders to make the playoffs
Miami Dolphins to make the playoffs
Minnesota Vikings to make the playoffs
New England Patriots to make the playoffs
New Orleans Saints to make the playoffs
New York Giants to make the playoffs
New York Jets to make the playoffs
Philadelphia Eagles to make the playoffs
Pittsburgh Steelers to make the playoffs
San Francisco 49ers to make the playoffs
Seattle Seahawks to make the playoffs
Tampa Bay Buccaneers to make the playoffs
Tennessee Titans to make the playoffs
Washington Commanders to make the playoffs
Carolina Panthers to make the playoffs

NFL Odds at BetMGM

NFL betting never sleeps at the online sportsbook!

Weekly game betting won’t return until preseason games start in August, but NFL futures are available, including championship odds and MVP odds. Will the Kansas City Chiefs become the first team to win three straight titles? Can Lamar Jackson defend his MVP? Will the Detroit Lions avenge last year’s loss?

Whatever your predictions are for the 2024-25 season, you can make them at BetMGM!

If you’re new to NFL betting this year, here’s a general betting guide:

How To Read NFL Odds

Here are the most common types of NFL odds and bets:

What’s the Spread in NFL Betting?

How many points will a team win or lose by? 

For example, if Ja’Marr Chase and the Cincinnati Bengals are favored by 2.5 points against George Pickens and the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2024 regular season, the Bengals must win by at least three points to cover the spread and cash a Bengals’ spread bet. The Steelers must win the game or lose by two or fewer points to cash a Steelers’ spread bet.

What’s an NFL Moneyline?

Which team will win the game? 

If the Seattle Seahawks are -125 moneyline favorites against the Denver Broncos in a preseason game, a Seahawks’ moneyline bet will cash if the Seahawks win. 

If you bet $10 on the Seahawks at -125, the payout would be $18, including the stake.

How Do NFL Over/Under Totals Work?

How many total points will be scored in the game? 

If a game’s over/under total is 48.5, the two teams must combine for at least 49 points for Over bets to cash. Or they must combine for 48 or fewer points for Under bets to cash.

What’s an NFL Prop Bet?

How many passing yards will Brock Purdy have? How many total touchdowns will Travis Kelce score?

There are dozens of prop bets available for each game. From player props like over/under rushing yards or longest touchdown to team props like points scored or turnovers, you can focus on any area of the game.

Check out odds today to place your bets!

NFL Futures Odds

Betting on futures is a great way to maintain excitement throughout the season.

Here are some types of futures:

  • NFL MVP Odds
  • NFL Win Totals
  • AFC Championship Odds
  • NFC Championship Odds
  • NFL Coach of the Year Odds

When you’re placing weekly bets, don’t forget to check out updated futures odds!

Live NFL Betting

Live betting is available for each regular-season and postseason game.

Regardless if you place a pregame bet, you can place live bets throughout each game.

It’s a unique opportunity to increase your stake on a pregame bet, hedge against a futures bet, or take a new position for the second half of a game.

Check out the live betting page now and bet online when the action starts on the field!

NFL Parlays

A special way to use your football and betting knowledge for more excitement and bigger potential payouts, parlays allow fans to make high-reward bets across one or multiple games. 

How Do NFL Parlays Work?

When you combine multiple bets into one wager, it’s called a parlay.

Here’s a parlay example of a regular-season parlay:

  • Minnesota Vikings moneyline: -140
  • Los Angeles Rams spread (-2.5): -110
  • Joe Burrow passing touchdowns (over 2.5): -120

How Do NFL Parlay Payouts Work?

If all three legs hit, the potential payout is $125 on a $25 bet (including stake).

From two-leg moneyline parlays or three-leg spread parlays to Same Game Parlays or parlay promos, you can increase your potential payout while adding more thrill to each play.

More Football Odds

While you’re betting on NFL odds, you can also view other football markets, including college football odds. You could place single bets on CFB spreads, moneylines, and over/under totals, or you can build parlays with NFL and CFB odds!

Log in to your account today to check updated weekly odds, place a futures bet, and see updated sportsbook promos.

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