NFL Draft Betting Odds 2018: Latest Prop Bets & Betting Lines

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The best part of the off-season is NFL Draft Weekend, so naturally, there is plenty of betting that has surfaced around the event. For those who love to gamble, there is no better way to add some extra excitement to the draft viewing experience than to throw down some money and place your bets. From which player will be the No. 1 overall pick to what side of the ball Mr. Irrelevant will play on, there’s a bet for everyone.
Here is an example of some of the odds that are currently set:

2018 NFL Draft Odds & Prop Bets

NFL DRAFT – Who will be the 1st overall pick in the Draft?

  • Sam Darnold 5/12
  • Josh Allen 8/5
  • Saquon Barkley 11/2
  • Josh Rosen 18/1
  • Baker Mayfield 10/1
  • Bradley Chubb 45/1

NFL DRAFT – How many Defensive Players will be selected in the 1st Round?

  • Over/Under 15.5

NFL DRAFT – How many Offensive Players will be selected in the 1st Round?

  • Over 16.5

NFL DRAFT – Will The Top 3 Picks All Be Quarterbacks?

  • Yes EVEN (1/1)
  • No -140 (5/7)

NFL DRAFT – Will any of the top five picks be traded on draft day?

  • Yes +225 (9/4)
  • No -350 (2/7)

NFL DRAFT – Number of Quarterbacks Selected in Round 1

  • Over 5.5 +155 (31/20)
  • Under 5.5 -220 (5/11)

The Cleveland Browns currently hold the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft, while also holding the No. 4 overall selection. The New York Giants and New York Jets sit at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, with the Denver Broncos rounding out the top five. If you scroll the list from Sportsbettingdime.com you can capitalize on any hunch you may have about those five at one of those sites.
The 2018 NFL Draft takes place April 26-28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
It marks the first time the NFL Draft has ever been held in an NFL stadium and also the first time that the event has taken place in the state of Texas. The previous two drafts were held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (2017) and Auditorium Theatre in Chicago (2016).

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