What’s your bet on the NFL, NBA, NFLPA, NFL draft?

The NFL draft has a lot of storylines to follow, with teams picking in rounds of 16, 32, 40 and 48.

But it’s also a time to look ahead to the coming months, with the NBA, NHL, NFL and NHLPA taking on the new rules for betting on their games.

Here are the five most likely betting scenarios for this year’s draft, according to FiveThirtyEight:The Vegas oddsThe Vegas betting odds will have Vegas sportsbooks, and their numbers will be used as the starting point for the betting projections for the first four rounds of the draft.

That means we can expect the betting odds to change depending on how the draft pans out.

Here are the betting predictions for the top two picks, according:This year’s picks could be viewed as the most popular picks, as most teams are looking to use them to get a better draft pick, or to fill some holes in their rosters.

In this scenario, there is a 50-50 chance that the Vegas odds will be correct, with a 0.5 percent chance that Vegas will be off.

But there is also a 50 percent chance the Vegas line will be wrong, with an odds of 0.2 percent.

The betting odds on the Cowboys and Eagles may be a bit more accurate, as both teams are hoping to land a first-round pick.

There is a 20-25 percent chance of a Dallas pick being picked ahead of Philadelphia, but there is only a 10-20 percent chance an Eagles pick will be picked ahead.

Here’s a breakdown of the odds for each team:Here’s a closer look at each of the five picks, which we have mapped out in a table below:The NFL draft, on the other hand, is a little more unpredictable, with some teams looking to get the best players in the draft, while others may be waiting for the best of the remaining players to arrive.

Here is the betting distribution for each pick, according the Vegas lines:The betting lines have been trending in the wrong direction recently, as teams have been betting on the best player at each pick and dropping players at the last minute to maximize their picks.

So far, the betting lines appear to be in line with that trend, with both the Cowboys’ pick and the Eagles’ pick having the highest probability of being selected in the top 10 picks.

However, the Eagles could drop a player, especially if they decide to wait for the Eagles to pick a player they like.

Here, we have a breakdown for the Cowboys:The odds for the Chargers and Jets are even more unpredictable.

In fact, there are a total of seven possible outcomes in the betting probabilities, as the Vegas spread is 0.25 percent and the Vegas Vegas line is 0 percent.

Here we have an explanation of the Vegas betting lines for each of those teams:The table below also breaks down the odds in the other two scenarios, which is also more interesting:This is the best and the worst of the betting models available, based on the Vegas spreads.

The best of these is the Vegas Line, which has the most confidence in the Cowboys as the best pick.

The worst of these models is the Spread, which gives the Eagles a 10 percent chance at being the first overall pick.