Must Bet 2019 NFL Futures & Props

Must Bet 2019 NFL Futures & Props

The 2019 NFL season kicks-off this week and there are NINE must bet NFL futures and props you need to bet on TODAY. Let’s get started!

Best Bets For The Most Liked NFL Teams

1. Dallas Cowboys – NFC East Division +175

In our search for the most-liked teams in the NFL, every source has the Dallas Cowboys on top. That means one of two things a) nobody really knows what the most liked teams are in the NFL, or, b) there are a lot of closet Cowboys, just like there are a lot of closet Trump voters. 

Just like the Always Trumpsters, there will never, ever be a time when the closet Cowboys fans get together and talk about how much they love Zeke and how nice Dak looked in the suit he wore to the stadium. Just won’t happen. What will happen is the Boys taking it to D.C., the Eagles, and the G-Men and win the NFC East Division.

2. New England Patriots – Win AFC Conference +330

A 40-year-old quarterback, no real receiving threats outside of the same diminutive player who’s always caught passes from Terrific Tom, a crazy fan base that everybody can’t stand, and a Patriot Food Coma that’s lasted since 2000. Why would anybody like the New England Patriots?

Who knows? My guess is that anytime somebody takes a poll, non-football fans scream, “Patriots!”, or even, “Giselle’s husband,” or, maybe even, “The homeless guy in the ugly sweater!”

In any case, the Patriots should win a ton of games. Yep, 13 wins is a lock for the best team in the AFC playing in the worst division in football. 

3. Pittsburgh Steelers – Third AFC North +240

Steeler fans are nuts. Super nuts. Flat out, verifiable, crazy, loony, we need to help them rethink their lives, nuts. How crazy? They prefer to be buried with their Steelers’ garb on. They want to make sure that God knows what side they’re on. They’re also destined to win the Super Bowl every year, just in case you didn’t know. 

They rarely win the Super Bowl. They won’t this year, either, because they won’t make the playoffs after finishing behind Baltimore and Cleveland in the AFC North.  

4. Green Bay Packers – Third in NFC North +235

Okay, we can buy this. We don’t have to make up any silly arguments against the popularity of the Green Bay Packers. Well, maybe, not. Right now, the Packers popularity probably depends on the Rodgers Stache. When he’s clean-shaven and looking like those other nice men who live in Wisconsin, Green Bay’s popularity no doubt soars.

But, man, when he looks ready to knock off a train on the intercontinental railroad, the Pack have problems with their popularity meter. Mr. Rodgers’ mustache won’t have anything to do with whether or not the Packers excel this season. 

What will is the fact that they have yet to prove they can score a lot playing in Matt Lafleur’s system. Also, stache or no stache, Rodgers hasn’t played in the preseason. Expect the Packers to disappoint “bigly”.  

5. Denver Broncos – To Make Playoffs +375

I believe this one as well. Two of the most likable football players in history put their hands under center for the Denver Broncos: John Elway and Peyton Manning. No reason to say anything bad about either, right?

The Broncos are expected to fail miserably in the deep AFC West. So, you might be surprised that the best bet on good old Denver is for them to make the playoffs. There are a couple of reasons why. First, Joe Flacco is perfect for this team. He only orders vanilla at the soda fountain, which means o-coordinator Rich Scangarello will call enough run plays to keep Denver in their games.

Second, the defense is tight and look who’s in charge now? Yep, Vic Fangio, the master of disaster himself who was Chicago’s d-coordinator. Unless the Broncos have bought into the state’s love affair with the wacky weed, like most Coloradoans, Broncos can make the playoffs.  

6. San Francisco 49ers – Under 9 ½ -226

Jimmy Garoppolo looked great in the Niners Week 3 preseason game. However, and we’re not trying to be mean here, Garoppolo is softer than the tissue most of us use to blow our noses. Seriously. The dude gets hurt all the time. No…really…all the time. So, we’re going under on the Niners to win more than 9 ½. 

7. Chicago Bears – Most Solo + Assisted Tackles Roquan Smith 

Da Bears will always remain popular. Want to know why? When most middle-aged men and women started carrying about football, guess which team was the most popular. Yep! The Chicago Bears because of Ditka, the Super Bowl Shuffle, and the Vince Lombardi Game beat down they put onto the New England Patriots in 1985.

This year, Chicago should be just as good as they were last season. That means we like Roquan Smith or Khalil Mack to have the most solo + assisted tackles.. We like Smith because no way you don’t double Khalil on every play, leaving Smith free to knock around your quarterback and put your running back into the ground behind the offensive line. 

8. New Orleans Saints – Super Bowl +1000

The non-call in the NFC Championship not only screwed over the Saints from making it to a Super Bowl, but it also produced one of the worst Vince Lombardi Trophy games in history. Seriously? 13-3?

Make no mistake, New Orleans is going to have to earn it. And they will. All the pieces are there for the eighth-most liked squad in the National Football League to get’er done at the 2020 Super Bowl. Who dat? Dat’s the two-time Super Bowl-winning coach Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees. We’re never afraid of taking a stand. So, here’s your stand.   

9. Seattle Seahawks – Win NFC West +315

Before marrying Ciara, Russel Wilson and his bride-to-be said that they were born again virgins. What is this born again virgin thing? What does that mean? No, answer that yourself. We don’t want to know.

Whether Russell is still a born again virgin, or just someone married, won’t matter when he’s slinging it all over the football field. Everyone’s against the Hawks because they traded away their supposedly best defensive player, Frank Clark. To us, that’s a sign good old Pete Carroll knows something about Franky C. we don’t.

Watch as Seattle puts a beating on it’s overrated NFC West Division opponents. Too bad there isn’t a prop on how long it takes Zona quarterback Kyler Murray to call his agent about the Oakland A’s gig the first time Bobby Wagner lays the boom. 

Plus they just traded for Jadaveon Clowney!

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