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2017 NFL Prop Bets: Most Profitable Bets for Online Bookies

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Aug/31/2017

The 2017 NFL Season starts on Sept. 7. NFL prop betting has become popular for both casual and pro players. Due to its popularity, prop betting can yield massive profits for pay per head agents.

Check out the following top profitable prop bets for the 2017-2018 NFL Season.

Super Bowl LII Odds

New England               5/1

Green Bay                   19/2

Seattle                          12/1

Oakland                      14/1

 

Super Bowl prop betting is easily the most significant prop wager for agents to be aware of. Some sportsbooks, because of massive action in Vegas, have odds on Oakland at 10 to 1.

The key to managing Super Bowl prop bets is by using a mass editing tool to set max betting limits on all NFL teams.

 

MVP Odds

Tom Brady                  6/1

Aaron Rodgers            9/1

Derek Carr                 11/1

Ben Roethlisberger      14/1

 

Like the Super Bowl betting prop, MVP prop betting offers massive odds on a lot of players. Just to be aware, there’s nothing that says Brady or Rodgers must win the award.

Agents are encouraged to set max betting limits.

Also, don’t be afraid to schedule limit overrides when NFL teams are in action on Thursdays, Mondays, and Sundays.

By limiting the days bettors can wager on this prop, per head agents limit exposure.

Offensive Rookie of the Year Award

Leonard Fournette      9/2

Christian McCaffrey   8/1

DeShaun Watson        9/1

Joe Mixon                    10/1

 

Fournette’s offering underlay odds. Mixon is likely to get the most carries while it’s difficult to see Houston leaving Watson on the bench. As always set max betting limits.

Also, agents might have to promote this prop. NFL fans aren’t always college football fans.

They might not know, as an example, that Christian McCaffrey was the second RB chosen in this past April’s draft. Or, they might not know that Jeremy Hill is hurt.

That opens the door for Mixon.

The real key with all prop betting is to get action across the board. You don’t want a single proposition in any prop wager to garner more than 10% to 15% of the action.

That’s why it’s so important that online bookie agents set max betting limits, and set schedule limit overrides.

Getting all the right tools for the right is key to making money this NFL betting season. Online bookies and pay per head agents who sign up for PayPerHead’s Prime Package right now can get it for just $3 per head.

Once agents sign up, they can call in to speak to a PayPerHead rep about this offer. NFL is almost here, and NFL prop betting has already begun, so what are you waiting for? Sign up for PayPerHead.com today.

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