NFL Futures & Prop Betting

NFL Betting – Futures & Props – Including Super Bowl, Conference & Division Winner odds. Who will win The Championship, MVP and Rookie of the Year?

The regular NFL season has been completed and we now head for the postseason playoffs. Here we will take a look at some of the history, stats and exciting wagering opportunities to come as we build towards Super Bowl LV.

What is the postseason schedule for the NFL playoffs?

Wild-card games:

Byes for Kansas City Chiefs (14-2; AFC No. 1 seed) and Green Bay Packers (13-3; NFC No. 1 seed)

AFC

  • Buffalo Bills (13-3; No. 2 seed) vs Indianapolis Colts (11-5; No. 7 seed) – January 9
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4; No. 3 seed) vs Cleveland Browns (11-5; No. 6 seed) – January 10
  • Tennessee Titans (11-5; No. 4 seed) vs Baltimore Ravens (11-5, No.5 seed) – January 10

NFC

  • New Orleans Saints (12-4; No. 2 seed) vs Chicago Bears (8-8; No. 7 seed) – January 10
  • Seattle Seahawks (12-4; No. 3 seed) l vs Los Angeles Rams (10-6; No. 6 seed) – January 9
  • Washington Football Team (7-9; N0. 4 seed) vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5; No. 5 seed) – January 9

Divisional round (to be played on January 16 and 17)

The Kansas City Chiefs (AFC No. 1 seed) and Green Bay Packers (NFC No. 1 seed) will host the lowest remaining seeds in their respective conferences.

Conference championships (to be played on January 24)

Super Bowl LV (to be played on February 7)

Frequently Asked Questions

When and where is Super Bowl LV scheduled to be played?

The game is scheduled to be played on February 7, 2021, at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

The current favorites to win Super Bowl LV ahead of the playoffs are the current champions, the Kansas City Chiefs (they beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV).

The other leading contenders to win the Super Bowl according to the sportsbooks are Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks.

The Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers are leading the betting to win the AFC.

The Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks are leading the betting to win the NFC.

Pittsburgh Steelers – 6
New England Patriots – 6
San Francisco 49ers – 5
Dallas Cowboys – 5
Green Bay Packers – 4
New York Giants – 4

Only four teams (the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans) have never appeared in a Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award (or Super Bowl MVP), is presented to the player deemed to be the most valuable of the Super Bowl as chosen by a media panel of 16 football writers and broadcasters (which accounts for 80 percent of the vote tally) and fans voting electronically (which makes up the remaining 20 percent).

The MVP award is generally awarded to the winning quarter-back in the Super Bowl.

‘Prop Bets’ (Proposition bets) are fun bets that are regarded as being synonymous with the Super Bowl.

The sportsbooks offer a variety of betting odds on everything from the length of the national anthem to a wardrobe malfunction during the halftime entertainment.

Super Bowl prop betting is one of the more unique betting types in the NFL. Super Bowl prop betting refers to a wager that is not decided by the final score. The bettor gambles on a proposition, usually the first touchdown scorer and other team and player performances.

However, the prop bets are not specifically for these types of bets. With millions of viewers with perhaps only a passing interest in the Football, some sportsbooks take advantage by offering a wider variety of prop bets that you wouldn’t see.

So, expect to come across bets such as what color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach at the end of the match!

It’s been another excellent season to date for Patrick Mahomes at quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs, with the 2018 MVP and QB who led the Chiefs to Super Bowl LIV last season setting career highs in QBR (82.7), yards per game (316) and completion percentage (66.3%).

That alone is enough to make the Chiefs worthy favorites. A dangerous contender could be the Baltimore Ravens, while the Green Bay Packers could benefit from an arguably less challenging route to the Super Bowl in the NFC.