Odds Don’t Favor Manning Benching; Team Odds for First Pick in 2018 Draft

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Nov/06/2017

The oddsmakers at BetDSI.eu have opened odds on the possibility of Eli Manning being benched. Manning has started 207 consecutive games, and the odds slightly favor that streak extending.

Will Eli Manning start every game for the remainder of the Giants’ 2017-18 season?

Yes -160

No +140

BetDSI.eu is also offering a prop bet on which team will end up with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. The Browns and 49ers are both winless, but with the recent acquisition of Jimmy Garoppolo the oddsmakers give Cleveland a slight edge to have the top pick for the second straight season.

Team to pick No. 1 overall in the 2018 NFL Draft

Cleveland Browns +150

San Francisco 49ers +300

New York Giants +600

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +2500

Indianapolis Colts +6000

Field +10000

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