Updated NFL Props and Futures Bets by BetUs Sportsbook
We are officially into the final quarter of the NFL betting season, which means it’s time to take a look at where things stand with the futures bets and props that you placed back in August.
The Super Bowl favorites have emerged, as have the end of year award winners. How have your picks done? And are there any value plays still left that you can wager?
Super Bowl LV Champion
|Kansas City Chiefs||+225|
|New Orleans Saints||+500|
|Green Bay Packers||+785|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1000|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1300|
The Chiefs were the favorites in our Super Bowl betting futures odds to begin the season, and that’s where they remain with four weeks left.
Pittsburgh and New Orleans are close behind and still paying short odds on a Super Bowl LV champion wager.
The dream of Tampa Bay being the first-ever home team to play in a Super Bowl appears to be fading. But, as we have learned in many seasons past, you can never, ever count Tom Brady out. Once a team is in the postseason, anything can happen.
The AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November remains the heavy favorite to be named the NFL’s best overall regular-season player in our NFL MVP odds. If anyone can really put together a quiet MVP campaign, this is it. With Mahomes, it’s now just expected, and it no longer wows as his 2018 MVP season did.
With Mahomes paying so little, it’s not a bad play to put money down on Aaron Rodgers. The 2011 and 2014 MVP just reached 400 career touchdown passes (the fastest to ever do it), and he’s having one of his best seasons ever. Rodgers is on pace for a career-high 48 touchdown passes.
Defensive Player of the Year
Aaron Donald is one of the best defensive players to ever play in the NFL, and some would say one of the best players, period. He won’t get near his 2018 total of 201⁄2 sacks, but he’s on pace for more sacks than last season, and his 66 quarterback pressures lead the NFL. Can the 2017 and 2018 winner make it three this year?
But definitely don’t sleep on TJ Watt, who is actually ahead of Donald with 12 sacks and anchors the defense of an 11-1 team. The time might be right for TJ to start catching up to his big brother JJ, who has won this award three times (2012, ‘14 & ‘15)
Offensive Rookie of the Year
As Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow begins to rehab his injured knee, the clear cut favorite to win offensive rookie of the year is Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. He had a rough game on Sunday, as has many a rookie quarterback against Bill Belichick, but his overall body of work this season is easily the best we’ve seen in years.
Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson has also had a terrific season. He’s fourth in the NFL in receiving yards and yards per catch, and Pro Football Focus has him as the highest-rated rookie this season, regardless of position.