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Updated 2024 NFL Draft Odds, Order: Dramatic Rumors Already Swirling

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The entire NFL draft order is now set amid Super Bowl XLIII.

Of course, it's what the teams drafting first will do that'll garner the majority of headlines over the coming months. In fact, there are already reports swirling that indicate we may be in for a dramatic draft season.

2024 NFL Draft Order 

Pick OrderTeam
No. 1Bears (via Panthers)
No. 2Commanders
No. 3Patriots
No. 4Cardinals
No. 5Chargers
No. 6Giants
No. 7Titans
No. 8Falcons
No. 9Bears
No. 10Jets
No. 11Vikings
No. 12Broncos
No. 13Raiders
No. 14Saints
No. 15Colts
No. 16Seahawks
No. 17Jaguars
No. 18Bengals
No. 19Rams
No. 20Steelers
No. 21Dolphins
No. 22Eagles
No. 23Texans (via Browns)
No. 24Cowboys
No. 25Packers
No. 26Buccaneers
No. 27Cardinals (via Texans)
No. 28Bills
No. 29Lions
No. 30Ravens
No. 3149ers
No. 32Chiefs

The big question is whether Chicago keeps the top pick and selects a new quarterback of the future (likely Caleb Williams) or trade it away and hold onto Justin Fields. Early indications are Chicago will likely stay put as NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports it’ll take a “historic package” to pry away the first overall pick, meaning Fields may very well be on the move.

Nearly every mock draft indicates Washington will select a quarterback to kick off the Dan Quinn era. Sam Howell showed flashes this year, but experts believe Williams, Drake Maye and Jayden Daniels would be a massive upgrade at quarterback.

New England is also expected to be in the QB market after Mac Jones regressed mightily. The one-time quarterback of the future ended the season as the team’s third-straight quarterback, and early mock drafts believe the Patriots will take whichever of the big three QBs are available when they’re on the clock.

The Cardinals looked like a different team after Kyler Murray returned from injury, and finding him a top tier weapon appears to be a priority. They figure to have the pick of the litter in what’s considered a stocked wide receiver class.

The Chargers also figure to be in the market for a wide receiver as they kick off the Jim Harbaugh era. However, there are a ton of holes on the roster as NFL.com believes they might also target a cornerback, running back, defensive tackle and edge rusher with the fifth-overall pick.

No. 1 Overall Pick Odds

PlayerOdds
Caleb Williams-900
Drake Maye+475
Marvin Harrison Jr.+1200
Jayden Daniels+1500
Michael Penix Jr.+4000
Bo Nix+9000
Joe Alt+10000
Jared Verse+10000
Dallas Turner+10000
Laiatu Latu+10000
Olumuyiwa Fashanu+10000
Michael Hall Jr.+10000
Kool-Aid McKinstry+15000
J.J. McCarthy+15000
Jeremiah Trotter Jr.+20000
J.C. Latham+20000
Brock Bowers+25000
Malik Nabers+25000
Javon Bullard+30000
Blake Corum+30000
Spencer Rattler+30000

No. 2 Overall Pick Odds

PlayerOdds
Drake Maye-180
Jayden Daniels+200
Caleb Williams+850
Marvin Harrison Jr.+1000
Michael Penix Jr.+4000
J.J. McCarthy+4000
Bo Nix+4000
Malik Nabers+6000
Laiatu Latu+6000
Joe Alt+6000
Jared Verse+6000
Dallas Turner+6000
Taliese Fuaga+6000
Olumuyiwa Fashanu+6000
Brock Bowers+10000
Rome Odunze+10000
Kool-Aid McKinstry+15000
Jer'Zhan Newton+15000
Cooper DeJean+15000
Spencer Rattler+15000
Michael Hall Jr.+15000
JC Latham+20000
Jeremiah Trotter Jr.+20000
Javon Bullard+30000
Blake Corrum+30000

No. 3 Overall Pick Odds

PlayerOdds
Jayden Daniels+150
Drake Maye+165
Marvin Harrison Jr.+225
Bo Nix+2200
Michael Penix Jr.+3000
J.J. McCarthy+3000
Joe Alt+4000
Olumuyiwa Fashanu+4000
Laiatu Latu+5000
Jared Verse+5000
Dallas Turner+5000
Caleb Williams+5000
Taliese Fuaga+5000
Malik Nabers+6000
Brock Bowers+6000
Michael Hall Jr.+10000
JC Latham+10000
Cooper DeJean+10000
Rome Odunze+10000
Jer'Zhan Newton+15000
Spencer Rattler+15000
Kool-Aid McKinstry+20000
Jeremiah Trotter Jr.+20000
Javon Bullard+30000
Blake Corrum+30000

Odds via DraftKings and as of Feb. 11. When betting the NFL Draft, register with Action Network's DraftKings promo code today for a sign-up offer.

Mock Draft season is upon us, and nearly every single one believes quarterbacks will go one, two and three.

Williams, Maye and Daniels are considered the cream of the crop. However, analysts state this is a stacked quarterback class compared to next year, which is supposedly quite weak. As a result, we might very well see Michael Penix Jr., Bo Nix and J.J. McCarthy picked in the first round, too. If all six are taken, it would tie the all-time record set in 1983.

We’re still months away from the draft, but early indications are that several wide receivers and offensive linemen will be taken in the top half of the draft. Marvin Harrison Jr, Rome Odunze and Malik Nabers are among the most popular wideouts, while Joe Alt, Taliese Fuaga and Olumuyiwa Fashanu are offensive linemen we’ll likely hear a ton about leading up to the draft.

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