NFL mini-camps take place in June while full training camps start in July. It means the NFL Regular Season is just about here. Check out 7 NFL prop bets that should lead to profit.
7 NFL Props to Bet On in 2019
AFC East Winner
The New England Patriots have won the AFC East Division in 10 straight seasons. They’ve taken the AFC East division crown 16 times since 2000. There’s no way get past the fact that the Patriots are dominant in their division. Yes, even with Gronk now retired, the Pats will win the AFC East.
AFC West Winner
The Kansas Chiefs are favored to win the AFC West, but they went through some big time changes during the offseason. There’s a huge chance wide receiver Tyreek Hill is suspended this season. Not only that, but the Chiefs’ defense should be worse in 2019 than it was in 2018.
The Chargers are loaded on both sides of the football. Quarterback Philip Rivers has enough left in the tank to lead the Bolts on the field. LAC can take the AFC West away from the Chiefs.
NFC South Winner
Tampa should be slightly improved. Atlanta and Carolina are both quality squads. But, the New Orleans Saints are Super Bowl contenders. As long as Drew Brees continues to play at a high-level, the Saints own the NFC South.
NFC East Winner
Dallas will be a decent team. The Eagles made a major move during the offseason when acquiring former Chicago Bears starting running back Jordan Howard, though. Not only that, but now that Nick Foles is in Jacksonville, Philadelphia has truly become Carson Wentz’s squad. Philly looks formidable to win the NFC East.
NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
The Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker had 21.5 sacks in 13 games at Kentucky in 2018. He’ll play behind an excellent defensive line that should allow him to rush up the middle or around the edge. He’ll need to work on some things to be as effective as he can be, but he’s got a whole training camp to do it.
NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
There’s a big chance that Roger Goodell suspends Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill for the season. The Chiefs knew this heading into the NFL Draft, which is why they chose Mecole Hardman with their first pick.
The Georgia wide receiver is incredibly fast. Not only that, he had great production in a Bulldog uniform. In 29 games his sophomore and junior years, Hardman caught 60 passes for 961 yards and 11 touchdowns. If Hill is suspended, Hardman becomes Patrick Mahomes’ top long target.
Rookie With the First Sack
Allen was a sack machine in college. It makes sense the Jaguars free Allen up for at least one sack in the Week 1 battle against the Kansas City Chiefs.