Which of these Teams will Trade Down First in Round 1: Bet New York Jets +150 at BookMaker.eu
Due to the trade to select Sam Darnold in last year’s draft, the Jets are devoid of a second-round pick and will likely look to move down in order to secure one. While upper management has eyes for Nick Bosa, the former Ohio State standout likely won’t make it to them at No. 3. With that, it makes perfect sense for them to stockpile pick/s later in the draft and still be able to get what they need further down the draft board. While in need of help in the defensive trenches, New York could still get a heck of a player at say No. 5 or No. 6 and still be able to better the roster should it trade down. There’s a reason New York is the chalk to cash this prop due to making so much sense!
Bet Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600 at BookMaker.eu
If not the Jets, why not the Bucs? Tampa Bay is a mess on paper right now. A new regime has taken over and it looks promising with the once successful Bruce Arians taking over the reins. Even so, it’s all about money and the Bucs are extremely limited with the amount of cap space it has entering the 2019-20 season. Rumors have already been floating around that they’re trying to shop Gerald McCoy in hopes of getting his bloated contract off the books. Should that happen, they’ll need to find a replacement and this year’s draft is stockpiled with some uber-talented beef up front that could be had a little further back in the draft. Quinnen Williams, Josh Allen, Ed Oliver and Rashan Gary could all possibly still be available if they move down a few picks.
How Many QBs Drafted in 1st Round: Bet Under 3.5 +250 at BookMaker.eu
It’s clear as day that Arizona will be looking to rid itself of Josh Rosen and select Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. That leaves us with only two more quarterbacks being selected over the next 31 picks to cash this prop ticket at the best sportsbooks. Dwayne Haskins and Drew Lock are highly likely to get selected with each expected to go in the top-12 picks in most mock drafts that I’ve taken a gander at. Teams like Denver, Washington and the New York Giants are all sorely in need of finding its quarterback of the future. The wild card here is most definitely Duke’s Daniel Jones, and I’ve seen some mocks predict him going to the G-Men at No. 17. Personally, I’d be shocked if that occurred. New York has the fifth pick in the second round, and could be able to land Jones there if they seriously have eyes for him with the teams ahead of them not in need of snagging a quarterback.
Which Team will Pick Dwayne Haskins: Bet the Field +204 at BookMaker.eu
The Giants made it seem like they were all in on Haskins over the last couple months. Now that the NFL Draft is only weeks away, a different story is coming out of the Big Apple. Supposedly they no longer like Haskins. Whether this is a smokescreen or not remains to be seen. As badly the franchise needs to find Eli Manning’s successor, that player could possibly be had later in the draft or next season for that matter. I think Washington has got eyes for Drew Locke, and Miami has so many holes to fill and just brought in Ryan Fitzpatrick. Denver could take a chance with Haskins, but John Elway has been burned so many times already trying to land the QB of the future and he just brought Joe Flacco in as a last gasp.
The Cleveland Browns hit a huge home run by selecting Baker Mayfield with the No. 1 pick in last year’s draft. The Bengals are nothing more than an afterthought in Ohio right now even though a new coaching staff led by former Rams’ assistant Zac Taylor now makes its home in the ‘Natti Though Andy Dalton is the main quarterback holdover, I think Cincy has grown tired of his antics on the field and injuries off of it. The new coaching staff is going to want a quarterback to call its own for when the time comes, and Haskins has already shown the state of Ohio that he can ball. The Field pays out exactly as the team most thought would initially draft the former Buckeye’s quarterback. I like those odds offered up by linemakers at online sportsbooks and will take a stab at that scenario coming to fruition.