2019 NFL Draft Odds and Predictions: Betting on the NFL Draft in New Jersey
The 2019 NFL Draft is almost upon us it runs from Thursday, April 25 through Saturday, April 27 and if youre a football gambler who lives in New Jersey, that means it is time to make some serious NFL Draft prop bets.
Thanks to online betting and looser gambling laws in the United States, betting on professional football games is at an all-time high these days, and if you live in New Jersey you have plenty of legal choices depending on your personal preferences.
Betting on the upcoming draft can be as easy or as complicated as you like depending on the type of bets you prefer to make, so here we list all the 2019 NFL Draft betting lines, odds and predictions with links to several places you can place bets in New Jersey. You can also check out our comprehensive guide on how to bet on the NFL here.
Remember, never bet what you dont have, but you will definitely want to take advantage of some of these fun wagers.
First Overall Pick, Odds and Predictions
The most popular NFL Draft prediction is who will be selected first overall.
The Arizona Cardinals currently have that pick, so first it will depend on if they trade back with another team, and then it will depend on whether they are happy with the quarterback they chose in the first round of last seasons draft, Josh Rosen.
Though some argue that Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa is the best all-around athlete in this draft class, Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray has plenty of heads turning and currently leads the pack as the odds on favorite to be selected first.
- Kyler Murray -715
- Nick Bosa +500
- Quinnen Williams +1400
- Dwayne Haskins +2500
- Josh Allen +3300
- Ed Oliver +4000
- Drew Lock +5000
- Devin White +10000
- Rashan Gary +10000
- Montez Sweat +10000
- Jawaan Taylor +10000
- T.J. Hockenson +15000
- D.K.Metcalf +15000
- Greedy Williams +15000
- Joshua Jacobs +20000
First QB, Odds and Predictions
Not a whole lot of debate on this one Murray is by far the favorite here, with Ohio States Dwayne Haskins coming in a distant second place.
Chances are the top four players on this list will be selected by the end of the first round given how critical (and rare) it is for every NFL team to have a top-level athlete under center.
- Kyler Murray -1250
- Dwayne Haskins +700
- Drew Lock +1000
- Daniel Jones +2500
- Will Grier +10000
- Ryan Finley +25000
- Tyree Jackson +25000
- Brett Rypien +25000
- Easton Stick +25000
- Jarrett Stidham +25000
First Running Back Drafted, Odds and Predictions
The overwhelming favorite here is Alabamas Josh Jacobs, who in three seasons had 299 touches for 2,062 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Iowa States David Montgomery is the runner up here despite his better numbers.
In three seasons, Montgomery had 695 touches for 3,507 yards and 26 touchdowns.
- Joshua Jacobs -500
- David Montgomery +500
- Miles Sanders +700
- Devin Singletary +1600
- Darrell Henderson +2000
- Damien Harris +2500
- Justice Hill +5000
- Bryce Love +8000
- Devine Ozigbo +8000
- Rodney Anderson +10000
- Ryquell Armstead +10000
- Elijah Holyfield +10000
- Benny Snell Jr +10000
- Trayveon Williams +10000
- Alex Barnes +15000
- Karan Higdon +15000
- Alexander Mattison +15000
- Dexter Williams +15000
First Wide Receiver, Odds and Predictions
If you saw Ole Miss D.K. Metcalf at the NFL Scouting Combine, you know hes an incredibly sculpted and speedy athlete with good hands and the height (6-foot-4) and size (225-pounds) to come down with the catch.
Oklahomas Marquise Brown had two 1000+ receiving yards seasons and caught for 17 touchdowns, but his smaller size (5-foot-10, 168-pounds) puts him second on the list.
- D.K.Metcalf -177
- Marquise Brown +350
- A.J.Brown +600
- Hakeem Butler +800
- NKeal Harry +900
- Kelvin Harmon +1600
- Deebo Samuel +2500
- Parris Campbell +2800
- Riley Ridley +4000
- Andy Isabella +6600
- JJ Arcega-Whiteside +8000
- Terry McLaurin +10000
- Miles Boykin +15000
- Emanuel Hall +15000
- DaMarkus Lodge +15000
First O-Line, Odds and Predictions
Floridas Jawaan Taylor is a 6-foot-5, 328-pound giant who has even had a pass defended and an interception in his three SEC seasons.
Jonah Williams is the same height but about twenty pounds lighter than Taylor.
- Jawaan Taylor -200
- Jonah Williams +250
- Andre Dillard +500
- Cody Ford +1100
- Garrett Bradbury +1600
- Dalton Risner +2500
- Greg Little +4000
- Christian Lindström +6600
- Yodny Cajuste +8000
- Erik McCoy +8000
- David Edwards +10000
First DB, Odds and Predictions
What NFL team wouldnt want a cornerback with a name like LSUs Greedy Williams, along with his 8 interceptions in two seasons along with 9 passes defended.
Washingtons Murphy Byron had 6 interceptions in two seasons along with a sack and two forced fumbles.
- Greedy Williams +120
- Murphy Byron +250
- Deandre Baker +350
- Nasir Adderley +1800
- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson +1800
- Johnathan Abram +1800
- Justin Layne +2500
- Amani Oruwariye +2800
- Rock Ya-Sin +2800
- Juan Thornhill +2800
- Sean Bunting +3300
- Trayvon Mullen +3300
- Taylor Rapp +3300
- Deionte Thompson +5000
- Julian Love +10000
- Joejuan Williams +10000
Position of Mr. Irrelevant, Odds and Predictions
The title of Mr. Irrelevant is given to whichever player is selected last in the NFL Draft.
The first person to have ever received that title was wide receiver Kelvin Kirk, who in 1976 was pick number 487.
Kirk never made it in the NFL, but he went on to have a career in the Canadian Football League from 1977-83.
- Offense -110
- Defenses +100
- Special Teams +1400
First Tight End, Odds and Predictions
Iowas T.J. Hockenson is considered the best tight end in this draft class after two seasons of college ball where he caught 73 passes for 1,084 yards and 9 touchdowns.
Hockensons teammate at Iowa, Noah Fant, had almost the same number of catches and yards (78 catches for 1,083) as Hockenson, but had 19 total touchdowns and an entire extra season in which to do it.
- T.J.Hockenson -230
- Noah Fant +150
- Irv Smith Jr. +2000
- Jace Sternberger +6600
- Kahale Warring +10000
- Dawson Knox +15000
- Foster Moreau +15000
- Isaac Nauta +20000
- Kaden Smith +20000
Total Running Backs Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
Running backs, though valuable to a team, are rarely taken in the first round, unless its an exceptional, once-in-a-lifetime athlete like Saquon Barkley was last year.
- Over 0.5 -200
- Under 0.5 +150
Total QBs Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
In a league desperate for effective offenses that can score touchdowns, college quarterbacks with huge, accurate arms are always deserving of first round consideration.
- Over 3.5 -230
- Under 3.5 +165
Total Defensive players Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
The 2019 NFL Draft class has a lot of defensive talent, and quite a few are predicted to go in the top ten of the first round, but just how many total out of thirty-two possible will there be?
- Over 17.5 -110
- Under 17.5 -121
Total Wide Receivers Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
Chances are Metcalf will go in the first round, but are there at least two more college receivers that are certain to get selected in the first thirty-two?
- Over 2.5 -134
- Under 2.5 +100
First Linebacker Drafted, Odds and Predictions
In three seasons, LSUs Devin White had 286 tackles (28.5 for loss), 8.5 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries, 9 passes defended and an interception.
Michigans Devin Bush had 10.0 sacks total in his last two seasons.
- Devin White -590
- Devin Bush +250
- Mack Wilson +4000
- Blake Cashman +8000
- Joseph Vosean +15000
- Joe Giles-Harris +25000
Total Tight Ends Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
Tight ends who can catch and block (ala the recently retired Rob Gronkowski) are highly coveted in the NFL these days, but are there more than two of them worthy of a first round pick?
- Over 2.5 +270
- Under 2.5 -400
Total Offensive Linemen Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
Every team is looking for giant, fleet-footed brutes who can create holes and protect the quarterback, and not necessarily in that order.
- Over 5.5 -167
- Under 5.5 +125
Total Offensive Players Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
Its a defensive-heavy draft class but an offensive-centric NFL, so its anybodys guess how this one will end up.
- Over 14.5 -121
- Under 14.5 -110
Total Defensive Linemen Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
There are quite a few edge rushers and quarterback hunters in this draft, so its very likely that more than ten of them will go in the first round.
- Over 10.5 -115
- Under 10.5 -115
Total Defensive Backs Drafted 1st Round, Odds and Predictions
Theres a big need for cornerbacks and safeties in the NFL, speedy guys who can tackle and come down with the ball once in awhile, but are there over five of them worth a first round selection?
- Over 5.5 +200
- Under 5.5 -278
First Defensive Lineman drafted, Odds and Predictions
Bosa may be listed as the second favorite overall pick, but when it comes to defensive linemen, he is by far the best in this class.
The only doubts that surround Bosa have to do with him missing the entire 2018 season of football after his core muscle surgery.
- Nick Bosa -200
- Quinnen Williams +300
- Josh Allen +500
- Ed Oliver +1600
- Montez Sweat +4000
- Brian Burns +5000
- Gary Rashan +5000
- Clelin Ferrell +8000
- Christian Wilkins +8000
- Dexter Lawrence +20000
- Jeffrey Simmons +20000
- Charles Omenihu +25000
- Jachai Polite +25000
Where can I bet on the 2019 NFL Draft in New Jersey?
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