NFL Regular Season MVP Futures Betting - Who are Players Backing?

 

NFL Regular Season MVP Futures Betting - Who are Players Backing?Nearly every sport, professional or amateur, has futures betting. Every bookie should recognize the power and interest that NFL futures betting brings, though.

NFL betting thrives on only having 16 regular-season games. That short window adds importance to every game, making futures, like regular season Most Valuable Player, more enticing and exciting.

With all the uncertainty and delays in pro sports, the business-as-usual National Football League will earn a lot of focus in 2020. Therefore, bookies using professional online bookie software need to understand what to promote during football season.

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Can a Non-QB Win the NFL MVP?

 

Can a Non-QB Win the NFL MVP?The last seven straight NFL MVPs have been quarterbacks. Going back farther, we find that 12 of the last 13 MVPs were quarterbacks. In fact, since 1957 and the inception of the award, there have been only 21 MVPs NOT awarded to quarterbacks.

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That begs the question, “can a non-quarterback win the 2020 NFL MVP?”

History

Just like the past seven years, the 2020 favorites to win the NFL MVP are quarterbacks. Anyone that enjoys betting on football knows the favorites this year included Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes (+400) of the Kansas City Chiefs and last year’s MVP winner Lamar Jackson (+600) of Baltimore.

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NFL Win Totals Betting Prediction: Minnesota Vikings

NFL Win Totals Betting Prediction: Minnesota VikingsThe Minnesota Vikings found themselves in the postseason once again, upsetting the Saints in the Wild Card round before falling to the 49ers the next week. Now in head coach Mike Zimmer’s seventh season with the team, the Vikings will aim to improve off of a 10-6 finish and make the playoffs for the third time in four seasons.

According to odds-makers At Scoresandstats, Minnesota’s over/under win total is set at 9. So let’s take a look at how the offseason has gone for the Vikings, as well as what their schedule in the fall looks like, before giving our pick for the over or under.

Offseason Summary

The Vikings made most of their actuations through the draft, so free agency was fairly quiet for them. Their biggest signing was a three-year deal for Ravens DT Michael Pierce, who will make about $9 million per year. They also signed Titans WR Tajae Sharpe and 49ers DE Anthony Zettel to one-year contracts each. But that doesn’t mean Minnesota didn’t spend money.

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Best Bets to Make & Miss the 2020 NFL Playoffs

Best Bets to Make & Miss the 2020 NFL PlayoffsThe 2020 NFL season will be upon us before we know it. Teams begin reporting to training camps in July and Week 1 is less than 100 days away.

With the league voting to add one additional team to the playoffs this season, there may be some surprises come postseason time. With the latest odds to make or miss the 2020 NFL playoffs out, here are your best bets on the board.

Atlanta Is In

It has been a few years since the Falcons have been to the playoffs. After appearing to have a Super Bowl victory in 2016, Atlanta suffered through back-to-back 7-9 seasons in 2018 and ‘19.

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Report on Potential NFL Franchise Tag Players

Report on Potential NFL Franchise Tag Players

Teams are evaluating their rosters to determine the potential NFL franchise tag players. Owners know that they are going to earn more cash with the new labor deal and negotiations with streaming services and TV networks. Also, the league will have a new revenue stream when it fully embraces sports betting. 
 
The salary cap will increase, and this off-season is not the right time to fret over a couple of million dollars in cap space. Most teams are attempting to secure the best talent for the upcoming season.
 
Also, teams can still apply multiple tags as representatives of the league and player union are even discussing the fine print of the new CBA before a vote from the players. That’s why many pay per head bookie experts are waiting for the list of players with the franchise and transition tags. 

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