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NFL Draft Odds for April 2024: Best Picks and Draft Orders

NFL fans are already getting ready for the next season, thanks to the upcoming NFL Draft. Scheduled to take place between April 25 and 27, the event will be held in Detroit.

Before the much-anticipated event takes place, here is everything NFL fans need to know about betting on it:

The Best Overall Pick

Most fans and analysts expect Caleb Williams to be the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

The Heisman winner is expected to be recruited by the Chicago Bears. In fact, DraftKings, one of the best NFL betting sites, is offering -5000 odds on Caleb being the first pick. The odds alone go to show how confident the community is in Caleb becoming the best overall pick.

Picking Number or Draft Position

Another popular betting method on the NFL Draft is picking the number or draft position of the players.

For example, fans can choose the first eight picks of the upcoming draft at most NFL betting sites. Every pick number provides odds to players based on their chance of getting drafted.

As for the draft position, fans get an under/over on individual players. The number has a 0.5 attached to it, allowing players to bet below or over the number. 

Draft Matchups

With draft matchups, fans can bet on which player will get drafted earlier. It is basically a head-to-head bet placed on wagers such as:

  • JJ McCarthy -575 or Bo Nix +425
  • Jayden Daniels -550 or Drake Maye +350

Best 2024 NFL Draft Odds

Here is an overview of the best NFL Draft odds:

  • Caleb Williams = (- 5000)
  • Jayden Daniels = (+ 1100)
  • Drake Maye = (+ 2200)
  • J.J. McCarthy = (+ 3000)
  • Marvin Harrison Jr. = (+ 3000)
  • Bo Nix = (+ 10000)
  • Michael Penix Jr. = (+ 10000)

NFL has even provided the order for the 2024 NFL Draft. Here is what it looks like:

  • Chicago Bears.
  • Washington Commanders.
  • New England Patriots.
  • Arizona Cardinals.
  • LA Chargers.
  • NY Giants.
  • Tennessee Titans.
  • Atlanta Falcons.
  • Chicago Bears.
  • NY Jets.
  • Minnesota Vikings.
  • Denver Broncos.
  • Las Vegas Raiders.
  • New Orleans Saints.
  • Indianapolis Colts.
  • Seattle Seahawks.
  • Jacksonville Jaguars.
  • Cincinnati Bengals.
  • LA Rams.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • Miami Dolphins.
  • Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Minnesota Vikings.
  • Dallas Cowboys.
  • Green Bay Packers.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Arizona Cardinals.
  • Buffalo Bills.
  • Detroit Lions.
  • Baltimore Ravens.
  • San Francisco 49ers.
  • Kansas City Chiefs.

Football fans can catch up to the excitement on ABC, ESPN, NFL Network, ESPN Radio, and ESPN Deportes. 

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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