Online NFL Betting Mock Draft Part 2
Posted by: Charlie Smith
We’ve already taken a look at the first part of the draft and potential options, so down below online sportsbook fans can find the rest of 2017’s online NFL betting mock draft.
A second first-round draft pick might not be enough to turn Cleveland’s sportsbook odds around, but it will certainly give their fans something to mull about. If the Browns do strengthen the defensive line with their first pick, they’ll probably be looking to beef up their secondary by selecting Malik Hooker, safety out of Ohio State 12th overall.
We’re seeing Fitzgerald’s final years. OJ Howard, tight end from Alabama, would be a great compliment to the veteran wide out.
Chris Ballard, the Colts’ newest manager, has stressed his desire to build both offensive and defensive lines. Sportsbook players can expect Ballard to select Derek Barnett, defensive end out of Tennessee.
14-15. Philadelphia Eagles
A coin flip will determine if either the Eagles or the Colts will get the 14th overall pick. Given the success the Eagles enjoyed with Carson Wentz last season, seeing them go after a running back, Dalvin Cook out of Florida State, would not be an online NFL betting surprise.
Ravens love defense, and they’ll probably love Takkarist McKinley, outside linebacker from UCLA.
Jabrill Peppers, safety out of Michigan, would be a great compliment to Norman and would likely give Washington one of the best secondaries in the league.
This is the Titans second pick. Mike Williams, wide receiver out of Clemson, seems like a viable option.
Tampa Bay almost made snuck their way into the online NFL betting playoffs. Maybe Malik McDowell, defensive tackle out of Michigan State, can help them get their in 2017.
Knowing Elway’s mentality, Denver will likely choose offensive tackle Cam Robinson out of Alabama.
A better defense and the Lions will be contenders in the North. Cornerback Marlon Humphrey out of Alabama would be a great choice.
The Dolphins will likely strengthen their defense by choosing Haason Reddick, outside linebacker from Temple.
A good left tackle is invaluable. Ryan Ramczyk out of Wisconsin would help protect Manning’s blindside, and help increase the Giants’ sportsbook chances.
If they could pick a new leg for Derek Carr they would. Instead, Oakland will likely end up choosing Tre’Davious White, cornerback out of LSU.
Not that they have a quarterback worth protecting, but Houston will likely choose offensive tackle Garrett Bolles out of Utah.
Those who bet on NFL games can expect Seattle to call on Caleb Brantley, defensive tackle out of Florida.
The Chiefs could bolster up their linebacker unit by choosing Tim Williams out of Alabama.
Cowboys could go several ways with this one. Picking tight end David Njoku out of Miami might be the best one.
If the Packers don’t select a cornerback they are deaf, dumb, and blind. Quincy Wilson out Florida is their best bet.
Corey Davis’ lack of a 40-yard dash will likely see him fall this far down and be picked up by the Steelers, who need some leverage over Antonio Brown.
Marcus Williams, safety out of Utah, would be a great compliment to Keanu Neal.
The Patriot way will likely see New England drafting Forrest Lamp, offensive tackle out of Western Kentucky.