Last Updated on April 27, 2020

Grading the NFL Draft immediately after its completed is almost an impossible task. There’s injuries, meshing with new and current coaching staffs, and no actual film to break down while wearing an NFL uniform.

However, that hasn’t stopped the betting public from weighing in on their thoughts on the newest additions to the league, as well as oddsmakers adjusting 2021 Super Bowl Odds accordingly.

Here are the latest major line movements we’ve tracked since the end of the NFL Draft.

2020 NFC East Odds:

Over at DraftKings Sportsbook, the Dallas Cowboys (+110) are now slight favorites to win the NFC East over the Philadelphia Eagles (+135). Led by new Head Coach Mike McCarthy, the Cowboys added a serious vertical threat in Oklahoma wideout CeeDee Lamb to an already impressive offense led by QB Dak Prescott, RB Ezekiel Elliott, and fellow wide receivers Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup. Dallas also boosted their secondary with the addition of CB Trevon Diggs with Pick 51 in the second round.

Both the Colts and Titans come in at +150 to win the AFC South with the previous division champion Houston Texans in third at +325.

 

Updated Super Bowl Odds:

Like their rise up the NFC East standings, the Cowboys at DK Sportsbook have jumped from +2200 to +1800 odds to win Super Bowl LV. The Eagles went from +1800 down slightly to +2000. Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Raiders took a significant step back, now checking in at +6000 on DK Sportsbook to win the Super Bowl after being at +5000 pre-NFL Draft.

Finally, the biggest jump forward went to the Miami Dolphins, who catapulted from +8000 before the draft, to +6600 afterward!

Super Bowl Winner Odds Shift

Team

Pre-Draft Odds

Current Odds

Cowboys

+2200

+1800

Eagles

+1800

+2000

Packers

+2200

+2500

Bears

+3300

+4000

Dolphins

+8000

+6600

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