NFL Betting On The Philadelphia Eagles 2020 Schedule Arrives At NJ Sportsbooks

Eagles fans are counting down to NFL 2020 Week 1 against the Washington Redskins. Will the NJ sports betting crowd take the Birds minus the points?

Philadelphia Eagles fans are aware the 2020 season will begin Sept. 13 at the Washington Redskins. Kickoff is 1 p.m. on FOX.

So while waiting for the other leagues to finalize restart plans, the New Jersey sports betting spotlight belongs to the NFL.

FanDuel Sportsbook has the Week 1 odds.

Those NJ sports betting fans ready to wager on the Birds have several options:

  • Point spread
  • Total wins
  • Player/team props
  • Moneyline

And of course, there are the Super Bowl betting odds.

Who knows if fans will be watching in the stadiums.

Instead of worrying about it, here is a look at three ways to bet on the Eagles this season.

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Week 1 Eagles bets at NJ sportsbooks

Granted, there are several weeks between now and when NFL training camps open.

However, it’s never too early to start analyzing NFL betting lines. Picking the Eagles over the Redskins, at this point, seems like a no-brainer.

Washington tied with the Detroit Lions for an NFC worst 3-12 record last season. That is substantial ground to make up compared to the 9-7 Birds.

Come September, all franchises will start fresh.

From a wagering standpoint, the moneyline at DraftKings Sportsbook for the Eagles to win is -225.

Here are the current odds at five NJ sportsbooks:

Sportsbook Point Spread Moneyline
BetMGM -6-250
DraftKings -6.5-286
FanDuel -6.5-290
Fox Bet -6.5-275
PointsBet -6.5-301
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The Birds and NFC East betting

Now that the full NFL schedule is public, it is time to take another look at which team has the best shot of winning the division.

The New York Giants finished 4-12 last season. Those North Jersey football fans tend to side with the G-Men.

So those seeking a low risk, high reward option may decide to bet a few bucks that the Giants will surprise the football world.

Will it pay off? Probably not.

But then again, strange things happen in the NFL betting world. Remember last month when the Eagles shocked fans with the second-round selection of Jalen Hurts

Getting back to the NFC East, DraftKings odds show that the Dallas Cowboys remain a slight favorite over the Birds.

  • Cowboys +100
  • Eagles +140
  • Giants +800
  • Redskins +1200
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How many games will the Eagles win?

The magic number is 9.5.

BetMGM Sportsbook has posted the projected win totals for 32 NFL franchises. Both the Eagles and Cowboys have a line of 9.5.

So before placing the bet, take a look at the schedule. How many games do you think the Birds can realistically win?

Sweeps of the Giants and Redskins will produce four wins. A split with the Cowboys combined with victories over the Cleveland BrownsArizona Cardinals, and Cincinnati Bengals would make it nine in the win column.

So out of the other seven games, the possibility of Philly producing at least one more victory would seem like a realistic possibility.

Remember nothing is a lock in the NFL, though.

Let the injury-plagued ’19 season serve as a reminder.

The good news is there is plenty of time to think about it.

NFL Draft Aftermath: New Jersey Sportsbooks Set Odds On Rookie Class

Now that the NFL Draft rookie class is getting ready to take the field, NJ sports betting odds on who will be the biggest stars are available for wagering.

The NFL Draft generated some major NJ sports betting buzz last week.

However, exactly how much business has yet to be announced. The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement will release the April numbers on May 13.

Will it be enough to offset the lost business from other American sports impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic?

It’s highly unlikely.

At the same time, the totals are expected to be significantly higher than those from 2019.

Now that a new NFL rookie class is arriving on the scene, the futures markets are expanding. Call it setting the table for the more exciting betting news still to come.

Rumor has it that the regular-season schedule will be released next week. And don’t be surprised if it includes a contingency plan.

Until those details are made public, here is a recap and a look ahead at the NFL betting markets.

Eagles + Hurts = big payout

One of the more shocking stories out of this year’s NFL Draft is the fact that the Philadelphia Eagles drafted a quarterback in the second round.

These would be the same Birds who signed Carson Wentz to a four-year extension valued at up to $144 million. Based on the odds, sportsbooks also saw the scenario as a long shot.

Heading into Friday night, FanDuel Sportsbook odds on the Eagles taking a QB at +5500.

The player ended up being Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts.

One DraftKings Sportsbook customer wagered $50 that Hurts would be the selection. It resulted in a $5,050 winning ticket.

William Hill sees historic level of betting

Last year, William Hill NJ released 1o NFL Draft props to its New Jersey and Nevada customers. This time around, the bookmaker offered more than 100 unique props that were exclusively available in the Garden State.

The company sent out a press release on Monday, touching on some of the highlights. Nick Bogdanovich, the William Hill’s US Director of Trading, said there was a historic level of betting for this draft.

This could be the foundation to even bigger years ahead.

“People really love the draft; there’s just so much interest surrounding it,” said Bogdanovich. “I expect the handle to be similar, or even potentially increase, for next year’s draft.”

BetMGM Sportsbook + NFL rookie wagers

Live sports are still on hiatus. Bettors, however, can start thinking about which of last week’s draftees will make the biggest impacts.

And by impact, we mean by winning the Rookie of the Year awards.

BetMGM Sportsbook has the odds for the top honorees. Not surprisingly, No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow (+200) is the early favorite to take home the Offensive ROY honor.

The Heisman Trophy winner is penciled in as the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback of the future. He will be taking over for veteran Andy Dalton, who may or may not be staying. His new team is coming off an NFL-worst 2-14 season.

But having his name called first doesn’t make Burrow a lock. Here is some of the competition:

  • D’Andre Swift +850
  • Tua Tagovailoa + 900
  • Jonathan Taylor +950
  • Clyde Edwards-Helaire +1000

The Eagles first-round selection Jalen Reagor, a wide receiver out of Texas Christian University, is +2800. Hurts is +8000.

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Who will be the next defensive star?

Of course, there are several defensive players expected to make immediate contributions, too.

Chase Young, a defensive end out of Ohio State, went No. 2 to the Washington Redskins. Cornerback Jeff Okudah, Young’s college teammate, went No. 3 to the Detroit Lions. 

They are among several top contenders to take home the Defensive ROY trophy.

Here are the current odds from BetMGM:

  • Chase Young +350
  • Isaiah Simmons +900
  • AJ Apensa +1500
  • Grant Delpit +1500
  • Jeff Okudah +1500
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Rookies on the move at DraftKings

DraftKings Sportsbook posted ROY odds prior to last week’s three-day event and updated them this week.

Here is a look at the pre- and post-draft movement:

Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds Shift
Player Pre-Draft Odds Current Odds
Clyde Edwards-Helaire +1600 +700
D’Andre Swift +700 +1200
J.K. Dobbins +1000 +1600
Cam Akers +3300 +2000
Jordan Love +3300 +10000
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Defensive Rookie of the Year Odds Shift
Player Pre-Draft Odds Current Odds
C.J. Henderson +2000 +3300
Grant Delpit +5000 +3300
A.J. Epenesa +5000 +3300
Antoine Winfield Jr. +5000 +3300
Jeff Gladney +5000 +4000
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So, while it may look like the NJ sports betting cabinet is currently bare, clearly, this is not the case.

Call it the preseason to a full slate of NFL betting opportunities still to come.

NFL Draft 2020: NJ Sports Betting Fans Bet Big On Round 1, The Action Continues

Thanks to the NFL Draft, there is no shortage of NJ sports betting action this weekend. We look at some of the potential wagers available tonight.

NFL Draft betting provides gamblers a sampling of what the new normal might look like.

The retail sportsbooks may still be closed, but the NJ sports betting action, at least for a few nights, is back in the spotlight.

The props and parlay party with Thursday night’s first-round action was fun to watch.

LSU quarterback Joe Burrow going No. 1 to the Cincinnati Bengals shocked nobody. He was the heavy favorite.

But as a whole, round one produced a record-setting handle for SugarHouse Sportsbook in New Jersey. According to the press release, the totals have already tripled 2019’s numbers from the three-day event.

Here is a look at some of the highlights and attractive wagers heading into rounds two and three taking place tonight.

NFL Draft round one news and notes

SugarHouse said 76% percent of Thursday’s sports betting handle in NJ was wagered on the NFL. And the overwhelming majority of the action was draft related. Some futures are included in the total.

One person put close to $5,000 down on Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb being the first wide receiver draft. The Dallas Cowboys drafted him at No. 17. But the ticket was not a winner.

The Las Vegas Raiders drafted Henry Ruggs III out of Alabama five spots higher. Teammate Jerry Jeudy was selected by the Denver Broncos No. 15. 

Some bettors hit the wide receiver trifecta that SugarHouse was offering.

New York Giants fans were taken by surprise when their team selected Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas with the No. 4 overall pick. His odds went off at +1000.

Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa being the second quarterback drafted, was one of the night’s more popular props. Not to mention, the Miami Dolphins took him fifth, making the ticket a winner 

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SugarHouse bettors have unfinished business

Heading into tonight (7 p.m. EST start), some bets remain open.  

Will Notre Dame’s Cole Kmet (-400) be the first tight end drafted? None were taken in the first round. 

 And based on these odds he remains the heavy favorite:

  • Adam Trautman +500
  • Harrison Bryant +1100
  • Albert Okwuegbunam +1400
  • Hunter Bryan +1600

All of the safeties are still available, too. It means customers who have Alabama’s Xavier McKinney (-200) going first are still alive. Here is a look at the competition:

  • Grant Delpit +400
  • Jeremy Chinn +500
  •  Antoine Winfield Jr. +700
  • Kyle Dugger +2500

But no matter how things unfold, Mattias Stetz, COO of Rush Street Interactive, which operates the SugarHouse Sportsbook, said the opening night was “outstanding.” 

 “We are delighted with the strong wagering action and how bettors supported many imaginative prop bets.” 

“They really prepared well for the draft and they weren’t afraid to bet heavily on some long shots.”

DraftKings Sportsbook and the QB spotlight

The top-four projected quarterbacks in this year’s draft class heard their names called last night. However, there are still several big names on the board.

The next three players likely to attract the most attention are:

  • Jacob Eason, Washington
  • Jake Fromm, Georgia
  • Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma
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DraftKings Sportsbook shared a splits chart breaking down the betting perspective.

Notable Remaining Draft Picks
Jalen Hurts (QB)
Pick Position % Handle % Bets
Over 55.5 (+110) 51% 41%
Under 55.5 (-137) 49% 59%
Jake Fromm
Pick Position % Handle % Bets
Over 68.5 (-143) 58% 45%
Under 68.5 (+115) 42% 55%
Jacob Eason
Pick Position % Handle % Bets
Over 49.5 (-110) 69% 57%
Under 49.5 (-110) 31% 43%
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And based on the odds, there is a strong chance Hurts goes in the second or third round. Here is a look at how his betting action is trending.

Jalen Hurts Draft Round Odds Movement
Round Opening Line Two Weeks Ago Last Week Current
2 +200 +160 -110 -225
3 +130 +100 +110 +140
4 +400 +700 +400 +1100
5-7 +500 +1400 +2000 +3300
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Philadelphia Eagles NFL Draft betting continues

Hey Philadelphia Eagles fans, you may or may not be happy with the selection of Texas Christian wide receiver Justin Reagor.

DraftKings has already set the over/under on receiving yards for the 2020 season at 800.5. Currently, he is not one of the favorites to win Rookie of the Year:

Here are the odds from FanDuel Sportsbook for those looking to bet what position the Birds will draft in the second round:

  • Linebacker +150
  • Cornerback or safety +280
  • Offensive line or wide receiver +500
  • Defensive line +700
  • Running back +1500
  • Tight end +4000
  • Quarterback +5500

In other words, NFL Draft prop betting is far from finished.

Tick Tock: 5 Potential Philadelphia Eagles Bets Live On The NFL Draft Clock

Hey, Philadelphia Eagles fans, want to bet on which wide receiver the team takes in the NFL Draft? New Jersey sportsbooks are going all-in with props.

The Philadelphia Eagles are about to be on the NJ sports betting clock.

The first round of the NFL Draft starts at 8 p.m. Thursday night.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there won’t be war rooms or fan parties. All picks will be announced virtually.

But after several weeks without live sports, fans will be glued to the TV.

As of now (pending a trade), the Birds have the 21st pick and eight total selections.

New Jersey sportsbooks are offering an endless list of props, parlays and free contests.

With South Jersey being Eagles Country, here are five wagers that could involve the home team.

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1. Position of Eagles’ first-round selection

Much of the chatter heading into the NFL Draft has been centered around which wide receiver Philly will take.  The odds have shifted slightly over the last couple of weeks.

But will the Eagles actually go offense in the first round?

They could use a safety to replace veteran Malcolm Jenkins.

A linebacker is another possibility.

FanDuel Sportsbook has odds on all these scenarios. The most unlikely picks are a quarterback or tight end (both at +10,000), thanks to Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz.

Here are the rest of the odds:

  • Wide receiver -230
  • Linebacker +500
  • Cornerback +650
  • Safety +850
  • Defensive lineman +1500
  • Offensive lineman +1900
  • Running back +4000
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2. Who will the Birds pick?

Besides betting on the position, there are players odds.

The tricky part is trying to figure out whether or not General Manager Howie Roseman is going to trade up. But for conversational purposes, we will assume the Eagles stay at No. 21.

Justin Jefferson, a wide receiver from LSU, is the favorite at +170. He finished his junior year with 1,540 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns.

Here are the odds that the Eagles will pick somebody else:

  • Denzel Mims +500
  • CeeDee Lamb +750
  • Henry Ruggs III +750
  • Jalen Reagor +950
  • Kenneth Murray +1100
  • Brandon Aiyuk +1200
  • Patrick Queen +1300
  • Jerry Jeudy +1400

Murray, a linebacker out of Oklahoma, and Queen, a linebacker out of LSU, are the only defensive players.

3. DraftKings Sportsbook odds boost

Some bettors out there may go with Lamb as the pick. But the majority of the mock drafts have the Oklahoma wide receiver going before the Eagles are on the clock.

Making a move, however, is not out of the question.

DraftKings Sportsbook is boosting the odds on the Eagles drafting Lamb to +1085 (from +1000).

4. Stick with the WR theme

Outside of the Eagles, how many teams are going to select a WR with their first pick?

DraftKings has set over/under odds for the number of players taken at each position in the opening round. For example, the wide receiver line is set at 5.5.  The over is -200 while the under is +163.

5. Will the Eagles trade their pick?

BetMGM Sportsbook is offering unique NFL Draft props. This includes setting odds on which teams will make a first-round trade.

The Eagles odds, along with several other teams, are +110.  Call it even money.

Bettors may prefer going with total trades made in the first round. The lines range from 3.5 to 6.5.

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The palooza of props also includes the exact number of first-round trades. Exactly five (+225) is the favorite, while none (+3500) is the long shot. A scenario where no trades take place seems highly unlikely.

The bottom line is there isn’t any shortage of NFL Draft betting options. With no pro sports to watch, this as good as it gets for now.

At least until May when the Eagles 2020 schedule is released.

Ready, Set, Hike: NJ Sportsbooks Throw Free NFL Draft Contests At Sports Betting Fans

The 2020 NFL Draft is Thursday. Besides free contests at NJ sportsbooks, FanDuel is donating to an organization that prepares meals for the COVID-19 heroes.

New Jersey gambling sites are going all-in with this week’s NFL Draft.

And, by all-in, we mean free-to-play NJ sports betting contests.

Who’s up to the challenge?

FanDuel certainly is and in a big way.

In honor of the NFL Draft’s 85th anniversary, the FanDuel announced via a press release that it’s committing $85,000 in donations to Frontline Foods.

The grassroots organization raises money from the community to pay local restaurants to prepare meals for the heroes responding to the COVID-19 crisis.

But that’s not all.

They’re also donating $1 for every player who enters the $10K Predict the Draft – Fuel the Frontline contest to Frontline Foods and other COVID-19 response organizations.

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FanDuel and NFL Draft predictions

While FanDuel Sportsbook is offering several NFL Draft betting promotions, the free-to-play games are on the DFS app.

In this particular case, participation will result in a larger donation to the frontlines. Customers will need a DFS account to play (the sportsbook username and password will work).

The rules are simple:

  • Predict the 10 players drafted in order (there is no salary cap).
  • Contestants receive two points for every correct pick.
  • Five points will be awarded to any player chosen within one spot of their correct draft position.

At the same time, the sports wagering component is not being ignored. According to the release, in New Jersey alone, FanDuel Sportsbook has seen a three times increase in early betting.

The most popular markets at the moment include No. 1 overall pick and draft position of former Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa.

There seems to be little doubt that the Cincinnati Bengals will be taking LSU quarterback Joe Burrow No. 1. The odds are -100,000.

The Miami Dolphins (+150) or Los Angeles Chargers (+170) are the current favorites to land Tagovailoa.

DraftKings Sportsbook + $15K prize pool

With the NBA, NHL and MLB all on the sidelines due to the coronavirus, DraftKings Sportsbook continues to roll out free-to-play pools. Tops have included food, weather and sports.

Thursday’s contest is centered around how the first round of the draft will play out. And there is $15K up for grabs.

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Contestants have 13 questions to answer. The deadline is 8 p.m. EST Monday.

Will Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert or Tagovailoa be drafted first?

How many quarterbacks will be drafted in the first round? Like with NFL betting, players pick the over or under (4.5).

Will the New England Patriots take a QB with their first pick to replace Tom Brady? It’s a yes or no question.

Those who place in the top five will earn a share of the prize money.

Playing 20 questions with BetMGM

Similar to DraftKings, BetMGM Sportsbook customers need to answer 20 questions. It’s part of the $2,000 Pro Football Draft Contest.

The rules are simple:

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Placing among the top-five spots is the key to the prize money. If there is a tie, contestants will split the cash. Here is the breakdown:

  • First place: $2,000
  • Second place: $500
  • Third place: $250
  • Fourth place: $150
  • Fifth place: $100

As far as the level of difficulty goes, the questions vary. Here are a few examples:

  • Which team will draft the first QB?
  • How many teams will trade down (trade back) in the first round of the draft?
  • Which running back will be drafted first?
  • How many players from the University of Alabama will get drafted?

Much like the 32 NFL general managers, you’re on the clock.

Answers must be submitted by 6:59 p.m. EST Thursday.

Pick A Prop: 2020 NFL Draft Betting Options At DraftKings And FanDuel Sportsbooks

The list of 2020 NFL Draft props may not reach Super Bowl betting levels, but there will be no shortage of options at NJ sportsbooks.

The NFL Draft is likely the only major NJ sports betting event taking place this month.

It will not fill the March Madness wagering void or make up for the lack of MLB and NBA games. But, hey, something is better than nothing.

All seven rounds will unfold live on national TV.

DraftKings Sportsbook is getting creative with available bets, including this one:

Philadelphia Eagles fans may prefer evaluating these odds from FanDuel Sportsbook:

NFL Draft betting breakdown at DraftKings

Anytime the NFL Draft comes around, there is the typical talk of who will be the first running back drafted.

And what about the first offensive lineman or wide receiver?

DraftKings has compiled notable first picks by position splits. Here is a closer look at the betting breakdown as of Thursday:

Like with Wall Street, athletes see their stock rise or fall leading up to the big day.

Those confident about a certain player being selected in the top 10, DraftKings has set the betting lines. So, if an individual is picked between No. 1 and 10 in the first round, the ticket is a winner.

Here are some of the current odds:

  • Mekhi Becton -500
  • Tristan Wirfs -400
  • Jedrick Wills -335
  • Derrick Brown -200
  • Andrew Thomas +110
  • Jordan Love +200
  • Jerry Jeudy/Javon Kinlaw +250
  • CeeDee Lamb/Henry Ruggs III, +300
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Tua Tagovailoa odds at FanDuel

Several NFL teams see this as a golden opportunity to draft their quarterback of the future. Some players will end up being an MVP, while others will fail to live up to the high expectations.

The class of 2020 has the potential to be a strong one.

All signs are pointing to Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow will go No. 1 to the Cincinnati Bengals.

However, Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is likely to be a high first-round selection, too. After missing part of last season with a serious hip injury, the passer has recovered and is ready to go.

FanDuel is taking bets on the team to draft Tagovailoa. The Miami Dolphins, who pick No. 5 overall, are the current favorites at -150.

Here are the other teams in the mix:

  • Chargers +195
  • Redskins +340
  • Raiders +1500
  • Lions +1600
  • Panthers +1900
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What about Mr. Irrelevant?

The last player taken in the NFL Draft earns the title of Mr. Irrelevant. So, why not add it to the list of prop bets.

But unlike the first-round picks, there is no need to waste time trying to figure out the player. Consider it a multiple-choice test in which bettors have a 33.3% chance of cashing a winning ticket.

Here are the latest odds from FanDuel:

  • Offensive player -125
  • Defensive player -105
  • Special teams +1100