NFL Future Bets for the 2021 Season
Future betting is one of the unique ways of profiting from NFL games. Sportsbooks allow bettors to combine big names, low odds, and large stakes in the long and exciting upcoming NFL season. For example, bettors can bet on the MVP or players awarded various titles such as the most defensive rookie, most defensive, or the most offensive player of the year.
By leveraging the PFF’s fantasy projections as well as the player grade database analysis, our team can identify the best value bets you can make on NFL future bets, be it the NFL rookie of the year 2022, the NFL comeback player of the year 2022, or more.
Since the 2008/2009 NFL season, no single player has won the MVP award consecutively. Before then, Manning broke the record for winning it back-to-back after the famous Brett Favre back in 1997. This statistic is not pretty, especially if you are a fan of the 2020 season’s MVP Aaron Rodgers.
At the time of writing, Rodgers has the second-best odds in most sportsbooks at +1000. He is followed closely by Patrick Mahomes, who won the MVP award in 2018. Mahomes has odds of +500.
Josh Allen, who plays for the Buffalo Bills at odds of +1200.
Allen is one of the players who has dramatically improved recently. His PFF passing grade increased from 60.8 to 87.9. He also got the second-highest number of votes for the MVP award.
At the moment, MVP odds for Allen stand at +1200 and bearing in mind that the Buffalo Bills are coming into the new season guns blazing and laser-focused on finished at the top, the odds offer good value.
According to PFF analysis, Allen is likely to finish among the top five best quarterbacks with passing yards of approximately 4737.8. Passing touchdowns are projected to be 31.2 and 572.4 average rushing yards as well as 8.1 rushing touchdowns.
Tom Brady, who plays for Tampa Buccaneers with odds of +1400
Currently, Tom Brady has the fifth-best MVP odds in all the sports betting platforms that we reviewed. Our selection of Brady securing the MVP award is informed that he recently dropped all top free agent weapons during the off-season in Rob Gronkowski, Chris Godwin, and Antonio Brown. He has also won seven Super Bowls since joining the NFL.
According to projections of PFF in 2020, Tom recorded the best NFL and career-high passing yard of 5,296.7. Tom also takes pride in having the second-best NFL touchdowns totaling 37.3. If the Tampa Buccaneers perform well, we could see Brady bagging the MVP trophy for the sixth time.
Aaron Donald with odds of +10,000
This is a super long shot, and we don’t want to recommend placing a future bet on a non-quarterback. The last player who was a non-signal to win the MVP award was Adrian Peterson back in 2012. Lawrence Taylor is the latest player who won the award despite not being a quarterback or a running back player.That said, our NFL power rankings 2022 review found that Aaron Donald is the only player who seems to have the capacity to break the trend if his recent performance is anything to go by. Go against the grid and place a futures bet on him at the current odds of +10,000.
Future betting is one of the unique ways of profiting from NFL games. Sportsbooks allow bettors to combine big names, low odds, and large stakes in the long and exciting upcoming NFL season. For example, bettors can bet on the MVP or players awarded various titles such as the most defensive rookie, most defensive, or…