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2022 Futures NFL Odds Las Vegas Raiders, Picks and Predictions

2022 Futures NFL Odds Las Vegas Raiders, Picks and Predictions

Last year the Las Vegas Raiders went 10-7 last season to make the AFC playoffs.  In the final minute, Las Vegas came within nine yards from tying a wild-card game at Cincinnati.  That was the Bengal team that ended up nearly winning the Super Bowl.  And then, from there, the Raiders showed more Super Bowl best improvement.  This offseason, the Raiders added Davante Adams and Chandler Jones.  First, Adams is arguably the best receiver in the NFL.  While Jones brings 107.5 career sacks.  Also, Las Vegas hired long-time New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels as their new coach.

2022 Futures Odds Las Vegas Raiders

When: The 2022 NFL Season Opens on Thursday, September 8, 2022

Las Vegas Raiders CashBet Futures Odds Over/Under win total 8.5
Odds to win the Super Bowl: +3660
Odds to win the AFC Championship: +1400
Odds to win the AFC West Championship: +650

2022 Las Vegas Raiders – 2022 CashBet Odds Analysis

Las Vegas had a highly productive offseason that could bring sportsbook odds profits in 2021.  Consider that they hired former New England Patriots director of player personnel Dave Ziegler as their new general manager.  Along with McDaniels, the Raiders new football leadership has quite a track record.  Yet there is a surprising lack of gambling excitement about the Raiders.  Instead, most people are picking the Raiders to finish last in the AFC West.

Of course, there were legitimate Betting on Super Bowl reasons for disrespecting the Raiders.  The Las Vegas advanced stats from last season indicate they were fortunate to win ten games.  Of major concern is that McDaniels’ first attempt as an NFL head coach was a catastrophe.  And the rest of the AFC West is loaded after an active offseason.

However, maybe we’re sleeping on a Raiders team coming off a good Super Bowl betting odds season.  Las Vegas overcame tremendous adversity to make the playoffs, and it got better in the offseason.

The trade for Adams was a big Super Bowl betting moment.  To illustrate, Adams has made five straight Pro Bowls and was first-team All-Pro each of the past two seasons.  Over the past two seasons, Adams posted a 238-2,927-29 stat line.  Indeed, those are Hall of Fame numbers.  After the trade, the Raiders signed Adams to a five-year, $140 million contract.  They’re expecting him to have a huge impact.

Previously, Derek Carr already had weapons to work with.  Hunter Renfrow emerged as one of the most productive receivers in the NFL with 103 catches, 1,038 yards, and nine touchdowns in 2021.  Darren Waller has had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons on his resume.  Last season, Carr had 4,804 yards and should get a healthier Waller and an elite alpha receiver in Adams.

Still, McDaniels is quite a gamble.  He was terrible with the Denver Broncos in 2009-10.  To his credit, McDaniels owns that fact.  He lost his locker room and the rest of the organization too.  He was given too much personnel power and squandered it on perpetual mistakes.

Accordingly, McDaniels’ Denver debacle was topped off by a spying and film scandal.  Specifically, the Broncos and McDaniels secretly taped a 49ers’ practice in London.  McDaniels lost 17 of his last 22 games as Denver’s coach.

Correlate that McDaniels was a dime store Belichick.  And like most failed Patriots assistants, he took Belichick’s worst traits but without the wins.  Despite that, McDaniels was so good as the Patriots offensive coordinator that teams kept flirting with him.  Even after he took the Indianapolis Colts’ job in 2018 before reneging.  Las Vegas is gambling that his second turn as a head coach will be better.   Certainly, it can’t be worse.

Overall, taking a job with a 10-win team that just added key new pieces would be a great situation.  But McDaniels is entering one of the toughest divisions in recent memory.  The Raiders could end up being the best last-place team seen in a long time.


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