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NFL Best Off Season Moves, Team Odds for 2017: Browns, Colts, Vikings

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May/21/2017

Evaluators over at ESPN.com offered up their what they believe to be their best off season moves in the NFL.  Will those moves be enough to propel these teams into the post season?  We have your latest NFL futures odds as well.

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Cleveland Browns Offensive Line Investments – With more cap space than perhaps any other team in the NFL, Cleveland took full advantage. 

Field Yates of ESPN.com writes:

The Browns signed guard Kevin Zeitler (five years, $60 million) and center JC Tretter (three years, $16.75 million) in free agency and inked guard Joel Bitonio to a five-year, $51 million extension. Alongside star left tackle Joe Thomas, the Cleveland O-line should be much improved for whomever starts at quarterback in 2017.

They also drafted Jabrill Peppers. 

The OVER 4.5 regular season wins is more than doable, especially with the payout at $11 for every $10 bet or $110 for every $100 bet

The Indianapolis Colts New GM – Yates writes:

(Chris) Ballard, who was hired after four seasons in the Chiefs' front office, replaced Ryan Grigson and has immediately reshaped the Indianapolis Colts' defense.

Among Ballard's notable moves: the free-agent additions of outside linebackers Jabaal Sheard and John Simon and defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins and the recent additions of safety Malik Hooker (first round) and cornerback Quincy Wilson (second round) in the draft.

With Andrew Luck still at quarterback and the AFC South expected to be as bad as ever, Indianapolis should go deep this season. The OVER 8.5 regular season wins is priced at -130 but worth it.

Minnesota Vikings Retooling Their Running Game During the Draft – With all of their hard luck last season, the Vikings still managed to finish the season at .500 and over that mark Against The Spread. 

They signed Latavius Murray in free agency and traded up in the second round of the draft to land former Florida State star Dalvin Cook.

We like the OVER 8.5 regular season wins at a price tag of just +105

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