New York, which has a win total of 6 after going 5-11 last season, is the 9-2 third choice at Caesars Entertainment sportsbook to finish with the fewest wins this season.
Arizona is tied with the Miami Dolphins for the lowest 2019 season win total at the Westgate sportsbook, at 5, and is at 5½ at Caesars Entertainment.
Miami is the 5-2 favorite at Caesars Entertainment to finish with the fewest wins, followed by the Cardinals (4-1), Giants (9-2), Bengals (9-2) and Raiders (7-1).
The Las Vegan, who won $2.4 million during his 32-game “Jeopardy!” win streak, is expected to enter the world’s most prestigious NFL handicapping contest at 10 a.m. Friday.
The three-time All-Pro defensive lineman was eliminated in 131st place and won $59,625 in the $10,000 buy-in No-limit Texas Hold’em World Championship.
With football season fast approaching, there are countless player props and futures odds on the NFL MVP and league passing, rushing and receiving leaders at Las Vegas sportsbooks.
The Crimson Tide quarterback opened as the minus 200 favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the draft, which will take place April 23 to 25 in Las Vegas.
CG Technology sportsbook posted odds Thursday on 12 entertaining cross-football 2019 season win total matchups, including UNLV-Raiders and Ohio State-Browns.
The Bills went 6-10 last season — after going 9-7 and making the playoffs in 2017 — and finished second in the league in total defense and first in passing defense.
Contestants or proxies still must be in Nevada to submit their plays, and every entry must register in person.