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NFL Draft Betting

The NFL Draft is the official start to the new league season. It's the weekend that all 32 teams are going to be better than they were coming in, and it's time for hope for everyone as well. But not every draft is created equally obviously, and this is what makes this a crucial time both for teams and for bettors who have some opportunities to take advantage of some great betting lines.

Catch all of the action of the 2019 NFL Draft on Thursday, April 25, Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27, 2019 from the downtown district in Nashville, Tennessee. All of the action can be seen live on the ESPN family of networks and NFL Network.

2019 NFL Draft at a Glance

Location: Downtown District, Nashville, TN

First Pick: Arizona Cardinals, Kyler Murray, Quarterback, Oklahoma

Television Coverage: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and NFL Network

2019 NFL Draft First Round Picks

1, Arizona Cardinals, Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

2, San Francisco 49ers, Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State

3, New York Jets, Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

4, Oakland Raiders, Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson

5, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Devin White, LB, LSU

6, New York Giants, Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

7, Jacksonville Jaguars, Josh Allen, LB, Kentucky

8, Detroit Lions, T. J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa

9, Buffalo Bills, Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

10, Pittsburgh Steelers, Devin Bush, LB, Michigan

11, Cincinnati Bengals, Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

12, Green Bay Packers, Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan

13, Miami Dolphins, Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

14, Atlanta Falcons, Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College

15, Washington Redskins, Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

16, Carolina Panthers, Brian Burns, LB, Florida State

17, New York Giants, Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson

18, Minnesota Vikings, Garrett Bradbury, C, NC State

19, Tennessee Titans, Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State

20, Denver Broncos, Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

21, Green Bay Packers, Darnell Savage Jr., S, Maryland

22, Philadelphia Eagles, Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

23, Houston Texans, Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State

24, Oakland Raiders, Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama

25, Baltimore Ravens, Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma

26, Washington Redskins, Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State

27, Oakland Raiders, Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

28, Los Angeles Chargers, Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame

29, Seattle Seahawks, L. J. Collier, DE, TCU

30, New York Giants, Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia

31, Atlanta Falcons, Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington

32, New England Patriots, N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

Betting the NFL Draft is something different, but for over a decade, you've been able to bet on things such as who will be picked in each of the slots in the first round, how many players will be drafted out of each conference in the first round and how many players in each position will be drafted. As the years have gone on, the oddsmakers have seemed to get things more and more wrong, as the information that the teams have on their players seems to get better and better and more and more secretive.

But that doesn't mean you can't take advantage, particularly when it comes to betting over/unders on when players are going to get drafted. Just keep in mind if every draft board is forecasting a certain thing, everyone knows it, including the oddsmakers.

All-Time No. 1 Picks in the NFL Draft

YEAR TEAM PLAYER POSITION
2019 Arizona Cardinals Kyler Murray QB
2018 Cleveland Browns Baker Mayfield QB
2017 Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett DE
2016 Los Angeles Rams Jared Goff QB
2015 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jameis Winston QB
2014 Houston Texans Jadeveon Clowney DE
2013 Kansas City Chiefs Eric Fisher OT
2012 Indianapolis Colts Andrew Luck QB
2011 Carolina Panthers Cam Newton QB
2010 St. Louis Rams Sam Bradford QB
2009 Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford QB
2008 Miami Dolphins Jake Long OT
2007 Oakland Raiders JaMarcus Russell QB
2006 Houston Texans Mario Williams DE
2005 San Francisco 49ers Alex Smith QB
2004 San Diego Chargers Eli Manning QB
2003 Cincinnati Bengals Carson Palmer QB
2002 Houston Texans David Carr QB
2001 Atlanta Falcons Michael Vick QB
2000 Cleveland Browns Courtney Brown DE
1999 Cleveland Browns Tim Couch QB
1998 Indianapolis Colts Peyton Manning QB
1997 St. Louis Rams Orlando Pace OT
1996 New York Jets Keyshawn Johnson WR
1995 Cincinnati Bengals Ki-Jana Carter RB
1994 Cincinnati Bengals Dan Wilkinson DT
1993 New England Patriots Drew Bledsoe QB
1992 Indianapolis Colts Steve Emtman DT
1991 Dallas Cowboys Russell Maryland DT
1990 Indianapolis Colts Jeff George QB
1989 Dallas Cowboys Troy Aikman QB
1988 Atlanta Falcons Aundray Bruce LB
1987 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vinny Testaverde QB
1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bo Jackson RB
1985 Buffalo Bills Bruce Smith DE
1984 New England Patriots Irving Fryar WR
1983 Baltimore Colts John Elway QB
1982 New England Patriots Kenneth Sims DE
1981 New Orleans Saints George Rogers RB
1980 Detroit Lions Billy Sims RB
1979 Buffalo Bills Tom Cousineau LB
1978 Houston Oilers Earl Campbell RB
1977 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ricky Bell RB
1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Lee Roy Selmon DE
1975 Atlanta Falcons Steve Bartkowski QB
1974 Dallas Cowboys Ed Jones DE
1973 Dallas Cowboys John Matuszak DE
1972 Buffalo Bills Walt Patulski DE
1971 New England Patriots Jim Plunkett QB
1970 Pittsburgh Steelers Terry Bradshaw QB
1969 Buffalo Bills O.J. Simpson RB
1968 Minnesota Vikings Ron Yary OT
1967 Baltimore Colts Bubba Smith DE
1966 Atlanta Falcons Tommy Nobis LB
1965 New York Giants Tucker Frederickson RB
1964 San Francisco 49ers Dave Parks WR
1963 Los Angeles Rams Terry Baker QB
1962 Washington Redskins Ernie Davis RB
1961 Minnesota Vikings Tommy Mason RB
1960 Los Angeles Rams Billy Cannon RB
1959 Green Bay Packers Randy Duncan QB
1958 Chicago Cardinals King Hill QB
1957 Green Bay Packers Paul Hornung RB
1956 Pittsburgh Steelers Gary Glick DB
1955 Baltimore Colts George Shaw QB
1954 Cleveland Browns Bobby Garrett QB
1953 San Francisco 49ers Harry Babcock WR
1952 Los Angeles Rams Bill Wade QB
1951 New York Giants Kyle Rote RB
1950 Detroit Lions Leon Hart WR
1949 Philadelphia Eagles Chuck Bednarik LB
1948 Washington Redskins Harry Gilmer QB
1947 Chicago Bears Bob Fenimore RB
1946 Boston Yanks Frank Dancewicz QB
1945 Chicago Cardinals Charley Trippi RB
1944 Boston Yanks Angelo Bertelli QB
1943 Detroit Lions Frank Sinkwich RB
1942 Pittsburgh Steelers Bill Dudley RB
1941 Chicago Bears Tom Harmon RB
1940 Chicago Cardinals George Cafego RB
1939 Chicago Cardinals Ki Aldrich C
1938 Cleveland Rams Corbett Davis RB
1937 Philadelphia Eagles Sam Francis RB
1936 Philadelphia Eagles Jay Berwanger RB

Most don't realize that the NFL Draft has been going on since before the Super Bowl was even thought of. Of course, the Draft wasn't nearly then what it is now. Players back in the 1930s were basically just drafted based on what was read in the newspapers for players around the country. It took into the 1940s and 1950s before scouting was really a thing, and only in recent years have computers really helped out with the scouting process.

The NFL Draft also became a huge television spectacle back in the 1980s. By the time the Draft moved to New York in 1995, it was a two-day event that was sucked up by the NFL-hungry public. Now, the Draft is three days long, starting with the opening round on Thursday, the second and third rounds on Friday and the fourth through seventh rounds coming on Saturday.

No. 1 NFL Picks By Position

NUMBER POSITION LAST
32 Quarterback Kyler Murray, 2019
23 Running Back Ki-Jana Carter, 1995
14 Defensive Line Jadeveon Clowney, 2014
7 Offensive Line Eric Fisher, 2013
3 Wide Receiver Keyshawn Johnson, 1996
3 Linebacker Aundray Bruce, 1988
1 Defensive Back Gary Glick, 1956

Quarterbacks are the cornerstones of every successful NFL franchise, and not surprisingly, teams jump over each other all the time to try to find that quarterback that can lead their team for the next decade and a half. As a result, 31 of the No. 1 overall picks in the NFL Draft have been quarterbacks, representing nearly 40 percent of the top choices. Running backs used to be incredibly popular to pick as top choices as well, but many of those were back in the early stages of the history of the Draft.

Only 18 of the 82 top choices have come on the defensive side of the ball, though this is a trend you're seeing more and more of as time goes on.

No. 1 NFL Draft Picks By Team

NUMBER POSITION LAST
7 Indianapolis Colts 2012
7 Los Angeles Rams 2016
5 Cleveland Browns 2018
5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2015
5 Arizona Cardinals 2019
4 Detroit Lions 2009
4 Atlanta Falcons 2001
4 Buffalo Bills 1985
4 New England Patriots 1993
3 Philadelphia Eagles 1949
3 Pittsburgh Steelers 1970
3 San Francisco 49ers 2005
3 Dallas Cowboys 1991
3 Cincinnati Bengals 2003
3 Houston Texans 2014
2 Chicago Bears 1947
2 Boston Yanks 1946
2 Washington Redskins 1962
2 New York Giants 1965
2 Green Bay Packers 1959
2 Minnesota Vikings 1968
2 Tennessee Titans 1978
1 New Orleans Saints 1981
1 New York Jets 1996
1 Los Angeles Chargers 2004
1 Oakland Raiders 2007
1 Miami Dolphins 2008
1 Carolina Panthers 2011
1 Kansas City Chiefs 2013
0 Baltimore Ravens ---
0 Denver Broncos ---
0 Jacksonville Jaguars ---
0 Seattle Seahawks ---

It's amazing for as long as the NFL Draft has been going on that no one has had the first overall pick more than seven times. The Colts and Rams have that distinction. Of course, the team that "earns" the top overall pick thanks to having the worst record in the NFL isn't always the one that actually picks first. The No. 1 pick is traded from time to time, most recently in 2016 when the Rams traded up to get Jared Goff. There are other examples as well when the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft never plays for the team that drafted him. The most notable were John Elway, who never played for the Baltimore Colts, Bo Jackson, who left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Eli Manning, who essentially demanded to be traded to the New York Giants from the San Diego Chargers.

The Broncos, who were the beneficiary of Elway's move from Baltimore, have actually never possessed the No. 1 overall pick themselves. They're one of four teams, joining the Jaguars, Seahawks and Ravens as teams that have never chosen first.

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