NFC West Odds & Betting Picks
This may well be the most competitive division in the NFL for the 2021/22 season with Sean McVay and Matt Stafford liked by many to make it the Rams' year. San Francisco has traded up to get a QB in the NFL Draft but will they stick with Jimmy G at least in the short-term?
Russell Wilson is still the QB up in Seattle and they can never be ruled out and the rank outsiders are the Arizona Cardinals who have one of - if not - the most exciting and dynamic players in the league in Kyler Murray.
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It is likely to be a tough year up in the Motor City and with the 49ers coming into town in Week 1, Neil Monnery doesn't like their chance to get the season started well... It is fair to say that not much is going to be expected of the…
The Sportsbooks like Seattle on the road as they open as 2.5pt favorites at Indy. Neil Monnery likes them too... Seattle open their season with a tricky trip to Indy to face-off against the Colts. This could easily be a make it or break it…
Arizona's trip to Tennessee is one of the more interesting matches in the early window and Neil Monnery likes the home side... The debut of JJ Watt in an Arizona Cardinals uniform is set to be in Tennessee as the visitors face a tough start…
Defending Champions: Seattle Seahawks (12-4)
Off season news:
JJ Watt choosing the Arizona Cardinals might be the biggest piece of off-season news so far. The star Defensive End got his release from the hapless Houston Texans and had been linked to several other squads but made his own announcement on Twitter. Despite this signing, they are the outsiders in what might well be the most competitive division in football.
The Los Angeles Rams have opened as the betting favorites with the Sportsbooks and Sean McVay will have a new QB under his tutelage as Matthew Stafford comes over from Detroit. I like this move and see it as an upgrade over Jared Goff. He should be able to run this offense much more efficiently.
At the time of writing, the defending champion Seattle Seahawks still have Russell Wilson at QB but he's made it clear that he's open to being traded. Whether they can keep him and the O-Line can keep him upright is a key aspect to how their season will go.
Lastly, the San Francisco 49ers are a strange team. I just don't know what to make of them. One thing I do know is they have made OT Trent Williams the highest-paid Offensive Lineman in the history of the sport. How Jimmy Garoppolo handles the QB position will be another big question entering the season.