Both the NBA and NHL are deep into their playoffs and Major League Baseball is heading into the dog days of Summer. There are a ton a sports being played at the moment but the NFL still finds itself in the news reels everyday and at the top of most people’s list for importance. Whether it’s a golf match between quarterbacks, longtime players retiring, or continued contract or trade rumblings, the NFL never leaves our purview. With this in mind, it’s probably a good idea to routinely check on NFL futures odds and see if there is some value to be had. I headed to PropSwap and found a few NFL Championship Futures worth considering right now. Here are my NFL PropSwap tickets of the day.
PropSwap Tickets of the day – 2022 NFL Championship cc
Buffalo Bills – 7.04/1 ($280.00) $2,250.00
The Bills have become perennial contenders with Josh Allen and sportsbooks think upstate New Yorkers should start making plans to visit the desert next February. Buffalo is the favorite to raise the Lombardi trophy with odds of +650 at pretty much every sportsbook currently. Unless a fluke injury happens before the season, you wont find better odds in the market than this ticket.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 7.70/1 ($1,000.00) $8,700.00
The unretirement of Tom Brady sent Tampa’s odds plummeting and they’ve now settled around +750 and the second favorite. They were 42 seconds from overtime against eventual champions Los Angeles and return most of their roster. If you still believe TB12 is one of the best QBs in the league, than this is a great value as we sit here in June.
Cincinnati Bengals – 21.04/1 ($499.00) $11,000.00
They shocked the NFL last season making it to the final Sunday of the year but they were at least a year early. Joe Burrow and this team as a whole is only going to improve, especially on the offensive line where they literally couldn’t get any worse. They’re playing a much tougher schedule this year but with another year under their belts and improved protection of Burrow, I don’t see why this team couldn’t make another run. The Bengals are +2000 at every sportsbook except one which makes this ticket a great value.
New Orleans Saints – 41.82/1 ($238.23) $10,200.00
The Dennis Allen era gets underway this season and he’ll have a pretty loaded roster. Michael Thomas should return from injury and they drafted dynamic Ohio State receiver Chris Olave. While free-agents Jarvis Landry and Tyrann Mathieu return home to the Bayou. Oh, and Jameis Winston is back controlling what should be a much improved offense from last year. The New Orleans defense should remain one of the league’s best and even a moderate improvement on offense should put them right back into contention. Only one sportsbook has the Saints better than +4000 and one actually has them at +3000. I don’t see these odds getting any better and actually think we’ll see them closer to 35 or 30/1 closer to the start of the season.
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