The Patriots’ odds to win the Super Bowl dropped from 40-1 to 25-1 after they signed former NFL MVP Cam Newton, but they’ve since shot back up to 40-1.
Even without NFL preseason games, the month still shapes up as the biggest August ever with the NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball back on the betting board.
With sign-ups for the $1,000-entry Circa Sports Million II and Circa Survivor contests slowed to a crawl by the coronavirus, Circa is on the hook for a $3.86 million overlay.
The sportsbook set the line at 1½ (over -125) on how many Super Bowls Kansas City would win over the course of the quarterback’s 10-year extension, ending in 2031-32.
The gambler made a $100 bet to win $30,000 on Westgate’s mobile app on Newton to be named NFL MVP before the book cut his odds Sunday night from 300-1 to 40-1.
New England’s Super Bowl odds at the Westgate dropped from 40-1 to 30-1 on Sunday night and to 25-1 on Monday morning. Its odds to win the AFC dropped from 20-1 to 12-1.
Bettors who think the Raiders will have a great first season in Las Vegas — or will flop — can find nice plus prices at Circa Sports.
Professional sports bettor Mark DeRosa, a Florida resident, placed the wager at Circa Sports in July at 125-1 odds that Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson would win the MVP award.
The gambler made three bets on teams to win their division and four wagers on season win totals. The largest bet was $41,250 on the Jaguars to go under 5 wins (-165).
South Point sportsbook director Chris Andrews made point values for all 32 starting QBs based on a one-game adjustment to the line from each team’s starter to backup.