The best pay per head sportsbook company offers multiple options for the NFL. But there are some trends that do make it quite challenging for some sportsbooks. The Kansas City Chiefs are the top picks to win the Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is the mind-boggling top choice for NFL MVP and Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert is the top choice to win Offensive Rookie of the Year. With the NFL season at an informal midpoint, the safeguarding champion Chiefs are +350 to win the Super Bowl, trailed by the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers at +600 and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +700. The Bucs, since marking unbelievable quarterback Tom Brady during the offseason, opened the season at +1,500 and are FanDuel’s greatest risk.
The Chiefs are No. 1 by handle (and wager check) and furthermore a major risk as the preseason top picks. They are trailed by the Buccaneers, Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and Seahawks.
For Offensive Rookie of the Year, two quarterbacks – Herbert at – 110 and Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow at +120 – are the runaway chiefs. Minnesota Vikings beneficiary Justin Jefferson is a removed third at +1,400. Pittsburgh Steelers recipient Chase Claypool, who vaulted into the race with a four-score execution versus Philadelphia on Oct. 11, is +2,000 and the greatest obligation.
What’s left of the San Francisco 49ers will have the Green Bay Packers in the Thursday night game.San Francisco has been mutilated by wounds, so this matchup won’t look similar to a year ago’s NFC Championship Game, which the 49ers won 37-20. With stalwarts, for example, guarded linemen Nick Bosa and Dee Ford, cornerback Richard Sherman and running back Raheem Mostert on harmed hold, the 49ers’ inactives rundown will incorporate quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, tight end George Kittle and beneficiary Deebo Samuel.
Also, if that is insufficient, beneficiary Kendrick Bourne tried positive for COVID-19 and left tackle Trent Williams and recipient Brandon Aiyuk were considered high-hazard close contacts, so none of those three will play, by the same token. Green Bay has caught 96 percent of the spread cash at some sportsbooks.