Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers shook up the NFL betting markets during a wild day

The NFL provided three major developments Tuesday to complicate the oddsmakers' lives as they tried to keep up with March Madness and Championship week.

The day began with a report that featured back-toback MVPs Aaron RodgersThere was agreed to returnTo the Green Bay PackersThis naturally changed the futures market. Russell Wilson was traded to The NASDAQ just a few hours later. Denver BroncosIt was a blockbuster move.

The Super Bowl odds for Denver have changed from 22-1, 12-1 at Caesars Sportsbook to Denver's Super Bowl odds. Green Bay's Super Bowl odds dropped from 15-1 to 10-1, while Green Bay's was lowered from 15-1. The AFC West has added new competition, so the odds of the Super Bowl are now 22-1 to 12-1 at Caesars Sportsbook. Green Bay's odds were cut from 15-1 to 10-1. Buffalo Bills(+750) leapfrogged Kansas City Chiefs(+850) was the Super Bowl favourite.

Caesars Sportsbook immediately placed a $10,000 wager for Green Bay and it reduced the odds to 10-1. This wager is sensible, and I recommend it at the current price. Green Bay has the opportunity to win the Super Bowl with an easier route through the NFC. I don't see any reason why they should not. The defending champion Los Angeles Rams While I don't expect resistance from 12-1, I do believe that the Packers will have single-digit title chances. So 10-1 seems like a good deal.

The MVP odds are another interesting development Russell WilsonThe price was reduced from 30-1 to 15.1. This logic is logical, since he joins an offensively-skilled team and has a strong defense that will likely compete for a division title. The award went to a QB who was a top-seed in 10 of the 14 previous seasons.

Will the Broncos be able to win enough games, given the cannibalization in AFC West? Josh AllenAnd the Bills? Wilson can also do it. Patrick Mahomes (+700), Justin Herbert(13-1) Or even Derek Carr(40-1) win over voters just by winning this brutal division

As if that weren't enough, the oddsmakers had to keep an eye on the unpredictable and unpredictable NFL Draft betting menu. This actually saw the largest odds shift of the day. This move would usually go unnoticed on a day when quarterbacks are making news. Jacksonville JaguarsPlaced the franchise tag onto left tackle Cam Robinson. The Jags have the top overall pick next month, but it does not include a no-brainer prospect.

The Michigan edge rusher was born as a result of this move. Aidan HutchinsonTo be the top pick, dramatically shift from +650 up to -250 The following two are my favorites Evan Neal (+450) Ikem Ekwonu(+500) are both projected left tackles. It is thought that Jacksonville's decision to acquire Robinson will increase the chances that they choose a top pass rusher such as Hutchinson. I find the price of +250 to be a mysteryly high. It only adds to what we already know. It is difficult for oddsmakers to have a solid handle on booking drafts. They are not able to rely on power ratings the way they do with gaming, and they don’t follow the mocks and reporting as closely or as much as more sophisticated bettors.

Hutchinson's odds of winning will likely trend towards zero money, and Jacksonville can draft an offensive lineman in order to protect its QB. Trevor LawrenceOr, you can choose another defensive player other than Hutchinson like Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux (10-1).

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