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NFL Futures at BetAnySports - Are the Rams and Bengals getting enough respect?

NFL Futures at BetAnySports If you thought the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams were the favorites to repeat, you'd be wrong. In the latest NFL futures odds at, the Buffalo Bills are at the top of the heap at +650, followed by Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +750. The Kansas City Chiefs are next at +1000, and then the Rams and Green Bay Packers are both at +1100.

What's interesting is that the Cincinnati Bengals, who made it to the Super Bowl in February as the AFC representative, are no better than eleventh on the list at +2000. Online Bookie Software  even have longer odds than the Cleveland Browns, their AFC North rivals (+1900), who'll be going into the season - at least as it stands now - with a lot of uncertainty, because of new and chilling sexual assault allegations leveled at quarterback DeShaun Watson, who sat out last season, and to whom they gave a monster contract.

The NFL was hoping to close up its investigation of Watson.... that is, until the latest news. Now it's quite possible he'll face a suspension, and no one knows how long that will last. And now they may have to reconsider any plans to trade Baker Mayfield. Jacoby Brissett is another QB who is on the roster.

And by the way, has regular season over-unders for all the NFL teams, and the Bills' number is 11.5 victories (Over -140, Under +110). Expectations are not so high for the Atlanta Falcons, who traded quarterback Matt Ryan to Indianapolis and presumably will go with Marcus Mariota, who played under head coach Arthur Smith at Tennessee, at the position. The Falcons are -125 to exceed 4.5 wins, and -105 to fail at that task.

Early NFL Betting Odds

The preseason gets underway on August 4, with the Las Vegas Raiders favored by a point and a half over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Both of these teams are under new leadership, with Josh McDaniels taking the reins as head coach of the Raiders, while Doug Pederson is the new coach in Jacksonville. Both teams have another thing in common, in that they had head coaches last season who were the subject of scandal (Jon Gruden, Urban Meyer). also has lines on the first two weeks of NFL regular season action. That kicks off on September 8 (a Thursday), as the Bills and Rams lock horns at SoFi Stadium. It's a hell of a lidlifter, and obviously it's by design. The game is currently posted as a pick'em, with a total of 52 points.

One of the highlights for the opening week's Sunday schedule is an AFC matchup between the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins. You may be familiar with the Pats' story last season, as they made it to the playoffs with rookie quarterback Mac Jones, whom they officially anointed as the successor to Brady.

The Dolphins intrigue. According to pay per head sportsbooks, that's because they are coming out of a strange set of circumstances in which they fired coach Brian Flores and now face a discrimination lawsuit, not to mention allegations from Flores that owner Stephen Ross offered him money to "tank" in 2019. The new coach is Mike McDaniel, a cerebral type who is committed to two areas which hurt the Dolphins badly last season - the offensive line and the running game. He has brought in new blood, like tackle Terron Armstead, wide receiver Tyreek Hill and running back Raheem Mostert, Chase Edmonds and Sony Michel (the former Patriot).

Miami beat New England in last year's season opener, and they always seem to give Bill Belichick headaches in their building (which is now known as Hard Rock Stadium). The Dolphins are laying 2.5 points, with a total of 44.5 points. Both of these teams are priced at +1800 to win the AFC title at, which will get you ready for the upcoming NFL season the right way, with plenty of futures action right now....... And you can open your account using a credit card or the virtual currency of Bitcoin, which is fast and easy with their automated system, and NEVER incurs a transaction fee!

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