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NFL Draft Team Special Odds

Pretty much everyone thinks the New York Jets will take an offensive lineman at No. 13 (except, perhaps, some Packers fans who insist that the pick will be in their hands—despite the Green Bay general manager’s recent concession that this will not necessarily be the case).

However, maybe not.

There is a school of thought that the Jets nabbed an extra second-round pick in the second round to grab a tackle there. In that case, maybe the team can go elsewhere. While it’s not the safest pick out there, some mock drafts have had the Jets going defensive tackle or edge rusher at No. 13.

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It’s all but signed and sealed that the Panthers are taking a quarterback at No. 1 overall. Don’t put money on the position, but bet C.J. Stroud at -300. Stroud is the No. 1 overall pick in the consensus mock draft and fits Frank Reich’s drafting profile.

Let’s take a look at some nice team-pick values, though.

2023 NFL draft odds per FanDuel Sportsbook as of March 28, 2023, at 12:00 p.m. ET. 

Detroit Lions, Quarterback (+1000)

With Jared Goff at the helm, the Detroit Lions don’t need a quarterback. They loaded up their porous secondary in free agency, bringing in Emmanuel Mosley and Cam Sutton at cornerback and C.J. Gardner-Johnson at safety.

Still, the favorite position for the Lions to pick is corner at -110 with DL close behind at +110. If Will Anderson is there at No. 6, it’s possible that Detroit takes him to form an elite duo with Aidan Hutchinson.

However, there has been a thought all along that Detroit could draft a QB of the future. At No. 6 overall, do they go with the luxury pick?

It’s not necessarily the obvious pick. The consensus mock draft has Detroit taking Christian Gonzalez, the stud Arkansas cornerback. But after Detroit invested quite a bit at corner, do they go elsewhere in the draft?

New York Giants, Offensive Lineman (+600)

This might be controversial, but I can see the New York Giants being conservative with their No. 1 need in the first round. There aren’t many blue-chip receivers in this year’s draft. Jaxon Smith-Njigba will be off the board by No. 25.

The consensus mock draft has them going with WR Jordan Addison. However, the Giants don’t have a center on the roster; don’t be surprised if John Michael Schmitz is the pick at 25. The team is shooting its shot at WR, seemingly signing every slot receiver in the league (Parris Campbell, Jamison Crowder).

The trade for Darren Waller despite Daniel Jones’ affinity for Daniel Bellinger may just show that the Giants don’t believe that there is a surefire answer in the first round of the draft.

Philadelphia Eagles, Wide Receiver (+4000)

This is a very controversial pick. The consensus mock draft has the Philadelphia Eagles going with Pete Skoronski, the Northwestern tackle.

That isn’t a popular pick with Jordan Mailata locked in on the left side and Lane Johnson recently signing an extension. However, Philadelphia has shown their willingness to draft a year early, especially with their pick of Cam Jurgens last year.

The top odds for their positions are defensive line (-150) and cornerback (+300). My bet is that they’re going to go defensive line at No. 10 overall. However, +4000 for a receiver is an interesting pick for a team that doesn’t have a great slot receiver right now.

Imagine Jaxon Smith-Njigba joining A.J. Brown and Devonta Smith in that receiver room. It might not be their best use of resources, but their offense would become even more lethal. Why not take a flier on this one?

Seattle Seahawks, Quarterback (+300)

This one is almost begging to happen. The Seattle Seahawks would be a terrific landing spot for Anthony Richardson. Since he’s likely not passing the Colts at No. 4, Will Levis is the consensus big board pick at No. 5.

Seattle is most likely to take a defensive lineman (-175). Still, Geno Smith’s three-year extension is a glorified one-year prove-it deal. Nabbing their QB of the future seems like a distinct possibility, though I’m not a believer in Levis.

There’s also a distinct possibility that Seattle is trying to drum up trade possibilities for a QB-starving team.

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Rivka Boord has followed the Jets since the age of five. She is known locally for her in-depth knowledge of football. She hopes to empower young women to follow their dreams and join the sports conversation. Boord's background in analytics infuses her articles with unique insights into the state of the Jets' franchise and the NFL as a whole.