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2019 NFL Betting Odds

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While other sports are trying to catch up, the NFL remains the most wagered on sport in the country. Fans are diehards of their own team, and because each club only plays once a week, there is plenty of time to examine how well the others are doing in a given year.

Some of the perennial contenders are set to be good again in 2019, as the defending champion New England Patriots will no doubt be on the shortlist to win another Super Bowl with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick leading the way. The New Orleans Saints are another top team led by the longtime duo of Drew Brees and Sean Payton.

There is also a new guard of teams trying to break through as well. The Los Angeles Rams made it to the Super Bowl a season ago but fell short of the championship. The Kansas City Chiefs are another team with great firepower, led by star quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

When trying to beat the house and gain an edge on lines and oddsmakers, you must first know the basics. The NFL is by far the most popular bet of all major American sports, culminating with the most popular game of the year, the Super Bowl.

When placing a wager, do your homework. Betting isn’t for suckers and nobody is paying you to lose games. So do yourself a favor and study, and actually handicap the games. Don’t make blind picks based on your gut feeling or who your favorite team is.

2019 NFL Preseason

The NFL preseason has undergone a transformation in recent years, as teams are less and less inclined to play their biggest stars much at all in the exhibition season. That type of strategy certainly has an outsized effect on the spread, as an inferior overall team that uses its starting quarterback will still be the favorite against a better team that rests its signal-caller.

It is critical for bettors to know the playing time scenario of each team this preseason, which kicks off with the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio on Thursday, Aug. 1, featuring the Denver Broncos and the Atlanta Falcons. The rest of the teams will kick off the next week, as the preseason slate begins in earnest at that point.

There has been a typical protocol that most teams followed during the preseason in the past. Starters would see limited action in Week 1 with a few more snaps for the regulars the following the week. When the third week of the preseason rolled around, coaches were ready to see where their club stood. That week was commonly known as a dress rehearsal. However, many more teams are choosing to keep their starters on the sideline or pull them much quicker of late in order to avoid injury. Some coaches stick to the old-school philosophy but many more have decided to err on the side of caution.

The final week of the preseason is the most difficult to handicap because no one plays their stars with the regular season so close. Teams will sit starters and veterans while taking a long look at younger players to fill the final available roster spots.

Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV

TEAM AUGUST 5 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 19
Kansas City Chiefs +627 +615 +625
New England Patriots +703 +727 +730
New Orleans Saints +926 +948 +956
Indianapolis Colts +1002 +1040 +1165
Los Angeles Rams +1204 +1180 +1175
Los Angeles Chargers +1345 +1225 +1285
Philadelphia Eagles +1304 +1285 +1365
Cleveland Browns +1467 +1480 +1625
Chicago Bears +1557 +1665 +1693
Pittsburgh Steelers +2465 +2500 +1950
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Green Bay Packers +2129 +2400 +2300
Dallas Cowboys +2465 +2350 +2400
Minnesota Vikings +2655 +2550 +2509
Seattle Seahawks +3684 +3650 +3012
Baltimore Ravens +4200 +3450 +3300
Atlanta Falcons +3710 +3300 +3400
Houston Texans +4000 +4000 +3850
Carolina Panthers +4500 +4500 +3900
San Francisco 49ers +4300 +4500 +4500
Jacksonville Jaguars +5000 +6000 +6000
New York Jets +8000 +7500 +7700
Tennessee Titans +8500 +9000 +8500
Buffalo Bills +10500 +10000 +8500
Detroit Lions +10000 +11000 +9500
Denver Broncos +10000 +9500 +10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +9000 +10000 +10000
New York Giants +15500 +13500 +14000
Oakland Raiders +10500 +14000 +14000
Washington Redskins +15000 +15000 +16000
Arizona Cardinals +13000 +13000 +17000
Cincinnati Bengals +18500 +18500 +19500
Miami Dolphins +25000 +26500 +27500

Odds To Win AFC

TEAM AUGUST 5 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 19
Kansas City Chiefs +296 +285 +300
New England Patriots +357 +368 +370
Indianapolis Colts +499 +520 +585
Los Angeles Chargers +682 +630 +650
Cleveland Browns +745 +760 +825
Pittsburgh Steelers +1306 +1300 +1000
Baltimore Ravens +2200 +1800 +1700
Houston Texans +2100 +2123 +2000
Jacksonville Jaguars +2712 +3150 +3150
New York Jets +3700 +3850 +4000
Buffalo Bills +5500 +5300 +4250
Tennessee Titans +4500 +4800 +4350
Denver Broncos +4800 +5000 +5300
Oakland Raiders +5500 +7200 +7500
Cincinnati Bengals +9500 +9500 +10500
Miami Dolphins +13500 +14000 +14000

Odds To Win NFC

TEAM AUGUST 5 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 19
New Orleans Saints +400 +425 +415
Los Angeles Rams +536 +522 +520
Philadelphia Eagles +571 +565 +585
Chicago Bears +693 +745 +765
Green Bay Packers +914 +1000 +1025
Dallas Cowboys +1153 +1075 +1100
Minnesota Vikings +1200 +1150 +1125
Seattle Seahawks +1655 +1565 +1400
Atlanta Falcons +1425 +1400 +1485
Carolina Panthers +2100 +1950 +1800
San Francisco 49ers +1738 +1900 +1950
Detroit Lions +4250 +4250 +4350
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +4250 +4500 +4650
New York Giants +7500 +6500 +6500
Washington Redskins +7000 +7000 +7500
Arizona Cardinals +5700 +6000 +8000

View updated odds to Win Super Bowl LIV for all 32 teams here!

NFL Betting Props

NFL Regular Season Win Total Odds

Among the most popular features of pro football betting is NFL regular season win totals. In fact, that rise in popularity is such that most online sportsbooks are aggressive about promoting win total wagers and getting the numbers up as early as possible. For gamblers the possibilities are endless. As are the opinions. One of the most overlooked factors about wagering on regular season win totals is the fact that such a bet gives you action for the entire season. Not only is it economical but it’s a fun way to stay in the game for the entire year. As with any other form of pro football wagering assessment of value is key. More

NFL Offensive Player of the Year

Patrick Mahomes, the record setting quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, is the likely favorite to repeat as NFL Offensive Player of the Year for the 2019 season. Mahomes won the 2018 award going away and gamblers are likely to flock to him for a repeat as the Chiefs are tabbed as one of the top alternatives to the New England Patriots as far as winning the Super Bowl. One NFL betting factor that gamblers must keep into account is the fact that, with the exception of San Francisco 49ers receiver Jerry Rice in 1993, a quarterback or running back has won the NFL Offensive Player of the Year every year. And in fact, quarterbacks have won four of the last five seasons. Two active quarterbacks, Tom Brady and Drew Brees, have won the award twice. More

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

It has been a long time since a rookie has had such a league wide impact as has Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray. What is most remarkable about Murray that he entered the 2018 college football season as the new starting quarterback of the Oklahoma Sooners. In fact, there were considerable doubts about Murray being able to replace OU’s 2017 Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Baker Mayfield. Further, Murray was already signed by the Oakland Athletics for what was expected to be a lucrative Major League Baseball career. But Murray flourished under Oklahoma mastermind head coach Lincoln Riley and won his own Heisman Trophy while leading the Sooners to the College Football Playoff. As a result, he flipped the script as the unexpected top pick of the 2019 NFL Draft. Now Murray begins his pro career as the favorite to win the 2019 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award. More

NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year

At the onset of the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Award in 1967 with Detroit Lions cornerback Lem Barney, some of the greatest names in pro football history have won the honor. Claud Humphrey, Mean Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, Lawrence Taylor, Derrick Thomas, Brian Urlacher, Ndamukong Suh, Joey Bosa and Marshon Lattimore are among those who have won this prestigious award. Last year Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Award winner. As for 2019 one of the most talented rookie classes in recent memory means that gamblers will have plenty of great choices with the NFL odds. More

NFL Coach of the Year

Ironically enough the National Football League head coach that wins the NFL Coach of the Year honors is often not the best coach. In fact, most of the time it will go to the coach that led a team to an unexpectedly good season. A perfect case in point was from the 2018 season when Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears led that team from a 5-11 record in the 2017 campaign before he took over to a 12-4 record last year as champions of the NFC North. The same thing happened when Sean McVay won the 2017 NFL coach of the Year honors with the Los Angles Rams. In 2016 the Rams finished 4-12. Following that McVay was hired and led the Rams to an 11-5 improvement. So, wagering on the NFL Coach of the Year is often a wager on which team will be the most improved. More

NFL Season Props

One of the great pleasures of pro football betting is the vast buffet of choices a gambler can make when it comes to prop bets for the season. NFL season prop bets are a great way to have action all season with just one bet. Most important of all you have more choices than ever before entering the 2019 season. Prop bets can be made for virtually any situation or category and can be made well in advance of the season opener. In most cases a prop bet will not be decided until the end of the season which make it an enjoyable pastime for pro football fans and those the wager on the NFL. More

American Football Conference Teams

AFC EAST AFC NORTH AFC SOUTH AFC WEST
New England Patriots Cleveland Browns Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs
New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers Houston Texans Los Angeles Chargers
Buffalo Bills Baltimore Ravens Jacksonville Jaguars Denver Broncos
Miami Dolphins Cincinnati Bengals Tennessee Titans Oakland Raiders

National Football Conference Teams

NFC EAST NFC NORTH NFC SOUTH NFC WEST
Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears New Orleans Saints Los Angeles Rams
Dallas Cowboys Green Bay Packers Atlanta Falcons Seattle Seahawks
Washington Redskins Minnesota Vikings Carolina Panthers San Francisco 49ers
New York Giants Detroit Lions Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arizona Cardinals
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Live Lines

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  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10001
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +17000
    • 10002
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +3300
    • 10003
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • +3000
    • 10004
    • Buffalo Bills
    • +8000
    • 10005
    • Carolina Panthers
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    • 10006
    • Chicago Bears
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    • Cincinnati Bengals
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    • 10008
    • Cleveland Browns
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    • Dallas Cowboys
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    • 10010
    • Denver Broncos
    • +9500
    • 10011
    • Detroit Lions
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    • 10012
    • Green Bay Packers
    • +2151
    • 10013
    • Houston Texans
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    • 10014
    • Indianapolis Colts
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    • 10015
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
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    • 10016
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • +625
    • 10017
    • Los Angeles Chargers
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    • 10018
    • Los Angeles Rams
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    • 10019
    • Miami Dolphins
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    • 10020
    • Minnesota Vikings
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    • 10021
    • New England Patriots
    • +725
    • 10022
    • New Orleans Saints
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    • 10023
    • New York Giants
    • +14000
    • 10024
    • New York Jets
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    • 10025
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +14500
    • 10026
    • Philadelphia Eagles
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    • 10027
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
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    • 10028
    • San Francisco 49ers
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    • 10029
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • +2800
    • 10030
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • +10000
    • 10031
    • Tennessee Titans
    • +8500
    • 10032
    • Washington Redskins
    • +16500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10101
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • +1550
    • 10102
    • Buffalo Bills
    • +4000
    • 10103
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • +11000
    • 10104
    • Cleveland Browns
    • +950
    • 10105
    • Denver Broncos
    • +4800
    • 10106
    • Houston Texans
    • +1900
    • 10107
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • +575
    • 10108
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • +2900
    • 10109
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • +300
    • 10110
    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • +650
    • 10111
    • Miami Dolphins
    • +14500
    • 10112
    • New England Patriots
    • +370
    • 10113
    • New York Jets
    • +4000
    • 10114
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +7500
    • 10115
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
    • +950
    • 10116
    • Tennessee Titans
    • +4350
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10121
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +8000
    • 10122
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +1450
    • 10123
    • Carolina Panthers
    • +1700
    • 10124
    • Chicago Bears
    • +765
    • 10125
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • +1100
    • 10126
    • Detroit Lions
    • +4350
    • 10127
    • Green Bay Packers
    • +995
    • 10128
    • Los Angeles Rams
    • +520
    • 10129
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • +1050
    • 10130
    • New Orleans Saints
    • +415
    • 10131
    • New York Giants
    • +6500
    • 10132
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • +550
    • 10133
    • San Francisco 49ers
    • +2250
    • 10134
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • +1285
    • 10135
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • +4650
    • 10136
    • Washington Redskins
    • +7500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10201
    • Buffalo Bills
    • +745
    • 10202
    • Miami Dolphins
    • +7000
    • 10203
    • New England Patriots
    • -380
    • 10204
    • New York Jets
    • +540
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10205
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • +300
    • 10206
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • +3850
    • 10207
    • Cleveland Browns
    • +155
    • 10208
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
    • +142
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10209
    • Houston Texans
    • +333
    • 10210
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • -117
    • 10211
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • +450
    • 10212
    • Tennessee Titans
    • +680
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10213
    • Denver Broncos
    • +1425
    • 10214
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • -175
    • 10215
    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • +194
    • 10216
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +2500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10241
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • +164
    • 10242
    • New York Giants
    • +1900
    • 10243
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • -147
    • 10244
    • Washington Redskins
    • +1700
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10245
    • Chicago Bears
    • +165
    • 10246
    • Detroit Lions
    • +1400
    • 10247
    • Green Bay Packers
    • +242
    • 10248
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • +190
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10249
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +365
    • 10250
    • Carolina Panthers
    • +415
    • 10251
    • New Orleans Saints
    • -160
    • 10252
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • +1725
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10253
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +2850
    • 10254
    • Los Angeles Rams
    • -179
    • 10255
    • San Francisco 49ers
    • +410
    • 10256
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • +380
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 957145
    • AFC East
    • +550
    • 957146
    • AFC North
    • +650
    • 957147
    • AFC South
    • +650
    • 957148
    • AFC West
    • +500
    • 957149
    • NFC East
    • +500
    • 957150
    • NFC North
    • +625
    • 957151
    • NFC South
    • +550
    • 957152
    • NFC West
    • +500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 957155
    • AFC - American Football Conference
    • -120
    • 957156
    • NFC - National Football Conference
    • +100

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