If you want to master the NFL Draft odds markets, including the latest NFL draft prop bets, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the way the odds work. The American odds format displays odds in positive (+) and negative (-) figures.
Generally, odds displayed in positive figures tend to represent the underdog, while the negative figures usually represent the favorite. However, in large NFL Draft odds futures markets which include dozens of players, every player is listed in positive figures due to the sheer number of permutations that could occur at the NFL Draft. Let’s say that Sam Howell was priced at +300 to become the first pick in the NFL Draft odds. If you placed a $100 wager on Howell to be selected first in April 2022 – and he does become the first pick – you would win $300 and your initial $100 stake is returned to you.
Similarly, if are into your NFL Draft prop bets and the Houston Texans were priced at -200 to select a quarterback as their first new recruit in the NFL Draft, you would need to wager $200 to win $100 if a QB proved to be their number-one pick.
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