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NFL Draft Odds on Selections 11-20 at Sports Gambling

NFL draft odds action will be hot and heavy throughout the first round, which will include top shelf talent in the NFL draft betting order on slots 11-20.

NFL draft odds project that the Buffalo Bills will use their 11th spot on the NFL draft betting order to select defensive end Robert Ayers of Tennessee.  Ayers is known by NFL draft odds experts as both fast and powerful and a ferocious hitter.

Another defensive end is projected to go 12th in the NFL draft betting order as the Denver Broncos are expected to take Everette Brown of Florida State.  Denver needs help on both sides of the line but their defense was their downfall in 2008.

The Washington Redskins get the 13th selection on the NFL draft odds board and are expected to take offensive lineman Andre Smith of Alabama, as Washington looks to maintain the tradition of the famous “Hogs”.

New Orleans has the 14th slot on the NFL draft odds and the Saints are projected to be taking running back Chris Wells of Ohio State.  Wells is foregoing his senior season for the pros.  He ran for almost 1200 yards last year despite an injury plagued season.

Ole Miss defensive tackle Peria Jerry is expected to go 15th on the NFL draft odds to the Houston Texans, who are hoping to make their first ever playoff appearance if they can improve their defense.  The 16th slot on the NFL draft odds belongs to the San Diego Chargers and they are expected to take LSU defensive end Tyson Jackson.

If San Diego can get their defense up to par they can become an elite team.  The New York Jets go 17th on the NFL draft odds board and look to be taking Maryland wideout Darrius Heyward-Bey.  Denver will get a second-first round pick on the NFL draft odds board with the 18 slot and are looking at defensive back Malcolm Jenkins of Ohio State.

You can expect a lot of defensive players to go to Denver throughout the draft.  Slot 19 should be Kansas State quarterback Josh Freeman to San Francisco and slot 20 should go to Ole Miss offensive tackle Michael Oher, who is pegged for Detroit.

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