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Prop bets for the remote NFL Draft are getting weird

Apr 21, 2020, 10:48 AM | Updated: 10:50 am
(AP Photo/John Locher)...
(AP Photo/John Locher)
(AP Photo/John Locher)

The production of the NFL Draft will take a different form than the original plans that called for a stage set on the Las Vegas strip.

There will be no gathering of fans due to coronavirus precautions. The draft will go on remotely.

With that being the case, expect a lot of prospects to be sitting at home with family and close friends when they find out their pro destination.

Because of it, there are some wonky bets to be placed, including how many pets appear on camera during the first round, which friends and family members draftees will hug first, and over/unders on how many people will be in the same room.

Courtesy of BetOnline.ag, here are some of the weirder bets to place for a remotely operated NFL Draft.

Who will No. 1 overall pick hug first?

Mom     1/1

Dad     5/2

Girlfriend     3/1

Friend      7/1

Sibling     7/1

Will the No. 1 overall pick cry?

Yes      +400     (4/1)

No        -700     (1/7)

Will there be a trade in the top 10 picks?

Yes      -800     (1/8)

No        +500     (5/1)

Total Draft Day Round 1 trades

Over/Under     5½

Will any team not get pick in on time?

Yes      +110     11/10)

No        -150     (2/3)

Will NFL Draft be hacked?

Yes      +800     (8/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

Will Twitter account of draftee be hacked?

Yes      +550     (11/2)

No        -1000   (1/10)

Will draft spot be moved back due to missing a pick?

Yes      +700     (7/1)

No        -2000   (1/20)

Highest number of people in same room

Over/Under     9½

Total different draft eligible players will we see during first round

Over/Under     38½

How many draftees will be seen in a tie?

Over/Under     20½

How many draftees will have glasses on?

Over/Under     10½

Total dogs shown during the first round

Over/Under     3½

Total cats shown during the first round

Over/Under     ½

Will any draftee be shown drinking beer?

Yes      +250     (5/2)

No        -400     (1/4)

Will any draftee pop champagne?

Yes      +400     (4/1)

No        -700     (1/7)

Will pizza be seen in any draftee home?

Yes      -300     (1/3)

No        +200     (2/1)

Will ESPN mention that Andrew Thomas played in HS band?

Yes      +160     (8/5)

No        -225     (4/9)

Will ESPN mention that Jake Fromm played in LLWS?

Yes      -140     (5/7)

No        EVEN   (1/1)

Will ESPN say “Swahili” when talking about Jeff Okudah?

Yes      EVEN   (1/1)

No        -140     (5/7)

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