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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 Hall of Fame Game

The 2019 NFL preseason begins with the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 1, 2019 in Canton, Ohio, as the Denver Broncos take on the Atlanta Falcons. The Denver Broncos will have a new quarterback this season in Joe Flacco, while the Falcons have a high-powered offense led by Matt Ryan. The Hall of Fame Game that can be seen on NBC kicks off the 2019 preseason and is a standalone game, as the rest of the NFL begins preseason play the following week.

The Broncos and Falcons have played in the Hall of Fame game three times previously and each team has a 1-2 record.  The teams last played in Week 5 of the 2016 season and it was Atlanta winning on the road in Denver. This year’s Hall of Fame inductees include Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen and safety Champ Bailey and former Atlanta and Kansas City tight end Tony Gonzalez. The rest of the 2019 Hall of Fame class also includes Gil Brandt, Ty Law, Kevin Mawae, Ed Reed and Johnny Robinson.

Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV

TEAM JUNE 4 JUNE 7 JUNE 11 JUNE 14
New England Patriots +640 +641 +645 +645
Kansas City Chiefs +822 +823 +825 +720
New Orleans Saints +904 +905 +905 +909
Indianapolis Colts +972 +973 +973 +977
Los Angeles Rams +1252 +1200 +1215 +1202
Los Angeles Chargers +1391 +1393 +1385 +1389
Cleveland Browns +1454 +1457 +1400 +1400
Philadelphia Eagles +1559 +1500 +1485 +1492
Chicago Bears +1669 +1672 +1600 +1608
Green Bay Packers +1838 +1842 +1800 +1808
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Pittsburgh Steelers +2266 +2272 +2272 +2257
Dallas Cowboys +2467 +2474 +2500 +2500
Seattle Seahawks +2518 +2525 +2525 +2564
Minnesota Vikings +2571 +2578 +2650 +2700
Atlanta Falcons +3544 +3558 +3558 +3593
San Francisco 49ers +3689 +3704 +3704 +3739
Houston Texans +4500 +4500 +5500 +4800
Jacksonville Jaguars +4650 +4650 +4650 +4650
Baltimore Ravens +5500 +5500 +5500 +5700
Carolina Panthers +5500 +5500 +5500 +5500
Tennessee Titans +7000 +7000 +7000 +7000
Buffalo Bills +8500 +8500 +9000 +9000
Oakland Raiders +9000 +9000 +9000 +8500
Denver Broncos +10000 +9500 +9000 +9000
New York Jets +9413 +9000 +9000 +9000
Washington Redskins +10000 +10000 +11500 +11500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10624 +9500 +9500 +7953
Detroit Lions +12000 +12000 +12000 +11000
New York Giants +12486 +12000 +12000 +10500
Arizona Cardinals +15000 +15000 +15000 +15000
Cincinnati Bengals +18500 +18500 +18500 +17500
Miami Dolphins +32500 +32500 +32500 +32500

Odds To Win AFC

TEAM JUNE 4 JUNE 7 JUNE 11 JUNE 14
New England Patriots +320 +320 +322 +322
Kansas City Chiefs +412 +412 +410 +350
Indianapolis Colts +488 +488 +488 +488
Los Angeles Chargers +696 +696 +690 +690
Cleveland Browns +732 +732 +695 +695
Pittsburgh Steelers +1115 +1115 +1130 +1125
Baltimore Ravens +2150 +2150 +2150 +2550
Houston Texans +2259 +2259 +2500 +2550
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Jacksonville Jaguars +2410 +2410 +2410 +2425
Tennessee Titans +3414 +3300 +3300 +3400
Buffalo Bills +4000 +4000 +4350 +4500
Oakland Raiders +4350 +4350 +4350 +3950
Denver Broncos +5000 +4650 +4300 +4300
New York Jets +4781 +4500 +4500 +4500
Cincinnati Bengals +7857 +7857 +7857 +7857
Miami Dolphins +16000 +16000 +16000 +16000

Odds To Win NFC

TEAM JUNE 4 JUNE 7 JUNE 11 JUNE 14
New Orleans Saints +401 +402 +402 +340
Los Angeles Rams +607 +590 +590 +572
Philadelphia Eagles +673 +670 +675 +675
Chicago Bears +785 +788 +765 +765
Green Bay Packers +839 +842 +845 +845
Dallas Cowboys +1081 +1086 +1200 +1200
Seattle Seahawks +1081 +1086 +1086 +1100
Minnesota Vikings +1207 +1214 +1260 +1285
Full List
Atlanta Falcons +1460 +1469 +1469 +1469
San Francisco 49ers +1663 +1675 +1675 +1675
Carolina Panthers +2500 +2526 +2526 +2526
Washington Redskins +4250 +5000 +5300 +5300
Detroit Lions +5500 +5500 +5500 +4800
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5500 +4350 +4350 +4350
New York Giants +6500 +6000 +6000 +5500
Arizona Cardinals +7200 +7200 +7200 +7200

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American Football Conference Teams

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

National Football Conference Teams

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

Types of Wagers

NFL odds do not stop at the point spread and total. There are numerous ways to bet on football these days, including the NFL money line, futures, along with first half and second half betting lines. Throw in fun fantasy-style prop bets and live NFL betting and the importance of understanding how NFL odds work has never been greater.

Point Spread

Fancy new betting options may come and go and live NFL betting is the wave of the future. But the good old NFL point spread remains the king when it comes to wagering on pro football. Also known as the line or spread, a common misconception is that sportsbooks set the spread as a predicted margin of victory. In reality, it's a number that oddsmakers feel will be a good balance between people who want to bet the underdog and those who want to bet the NFL favorite.

Like many high scoring sports, NFL wagering is dictated by the point spread. The spread is a type of side bet that equalizes the chance of winning a wager. The line offered for any given team will be accompanied with a – or + symbol to indicate whether a team is a favorite or an underdog.

A negative value like -11.5 next to a team indicates that they are favored by 11.5 points. So deduct 11.5 points from their final score and see if they still won the game. Conversely, a positive value on the same game would be +11.5. In NFL betting, the favorite must win by at least 12 points to cover the NFL spread. The underdog can lose by 11 points and still cover the spread.

When you see a money line value associated with the point spread, it is the percentage amount you must pay in order to book the bet. Commonly referred to as the juice, if you see -11.5, -115, it means you have to risk $115 to win $100, a 15 percent commission. The underdog may see a value such as +11.5, +105. This means you bet $100 to win $105 if your team covers the spread.

If you see the point spread is -9 on Monday and -10.5 on Wednesday, this is a line move. It occurs when too many people are betting the same side of the game and sportsbooks move the line to balance action. That means encouraging more people to bet the other way by making the line more attractive.

Moneyline

NFL Moneyline betting continues to grow in popularity as many begin to understand the value of money lines, especially in betting small underdogs. There is no spread to beat, so your team needs only to win the game straight up, not win by a certain number of points. As with most betting numbers, a negative value indicates the favorite and a positive one means underdog.

If you envision the number 100 sitting in between these two values, it helps explain how an NFL money line works. If you want to bet that -140 favorite, you must risk $140 in order to win $100. To back a +120 underdog, you bet $100 and win $120 if the dog wins outright. In many cases, betting money lines offer better value and can provide a bigger profit for less risk.

NFL Football Picks

Total or Over/Under

The concept of betting on totals, or over/under, is quite simplistic. The bettor wagers on whether the total points scored in a game will fall over or under a pre-determined number set by the sportsbook. Much like the point spread, game totals can be swayed by public opinion.

If you bet the under 37.5, you’re hoping for a defensive battle and expecting the offenses to struggle. Conversely, if you bet the over, you are hoping this will be a high-scoring game. You are wagering that the combined total score will be more than (over) or less than (under) the total.

NFL totals betting has become the bet of choice for fans in many games, especially where the point spread is very tight. It also becomes more popular if matchup or injury situations point to a certain style of game. Rain, wind and cold weather can also change the total and make it a more preferable bet than the spread.

Futures

Futures bets are exactly what they sound like, a wager placed on an event that will occur in the future. Will the Denver Broncos win the next Super Bowl? You can place bets at any time on the future Super Bowl champion. This is known as NFL futures betting.

Oddsmakers set lines and change them during the season, depending on a team’s success or lack thereof. For example, the first-place team in November may be +200 to win the title. This means a $100 bet would pay out a $200 profit if they go on to win the title. However, a 1-8 team may be +2000, where a $100 wager would pay $2,000 as a longshot. They can be profitable and it’s always fun to predict the winner early in the season.

Naturally, Futures are not limited to simply who will win the big game. Much like prop bets for any particular contest, you can place several futures bets on potential outcomes, from who will win what division to who will win the league’s MVP. But bet wisely. Betting a large amount on an NFL future bet ties up your money for a long time.

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    6:00 AM

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    • Devin White
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  • Ago 01

    6:00 AM

    • 10601
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    • Deebo Samuel
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    • 10624
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    • Damien Harris
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    • 10626
    • Irv Smith
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10001
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +15000
    • 10002
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +3593
    • 10003
    • Baltimore Ravens
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    • Buffalo Bills
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    • Carolina Panthers
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    • Chicago Bears
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    • Cincinnati Bengals
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    • Denver Broncos
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    • Green Bay Packers
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    • Houston Texans
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    • Jacksonville Jaguars
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    • Kansas City Chiefs
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    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • +1400
    • 10018
    • Los Angeles Rams
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    • 10019
    • Miami Dolphins
    • +32500
    • 10020
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • +2800
    • 10021
    • New England Patriots
    • +690
    • 10022
    • New Orleans Saints
    • +925
    • 10023
    • New York Giants
    • +10500
    • 10024
    • New York Jets
    • +9000
    • 10025
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +8500
    • 10026
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • +1525
    • 10027
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
    • +2300
    • 10028
    • San Francisco 49ers
    • +3750
    • 10029
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • +2650
    • 10030
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • +7953
    • 10031
    • Tennessee Titans
    • +7000
    • 10032
    • Washington Redskins
    • +11500
  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10101
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • +2550
    • 10102
    • Buffalo Bills
    • +4500
    • 10103
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • +8000
    • 10104
    • Cleveland Browns
    • +695
    • 10105
    • Denver Broncos
    • +4300
    • 10106
    • Houston Texans
    • +2550
    • 10107
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • +490
    • 10108
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
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    • 10109
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • +370
    • 10110
    • Los Angeles Chargers
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    • 10111
    • Miami Dolphins
    • +16000
    • 10112
    • New England Patriots
    • +345
    • 10113
    • New York Jets
    • +4500
    • 10114
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +3950
    • 10115
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
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    • 10116
    • Tennessee Titans
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10121
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +7200
    • 10122
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +1469
    • 10123
    • Carolina Panthers
    • +2526
    • 10124
    • Chicago Bears
    • +765
    • 10125
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • +1200
    • 10126
    • Detroit Lions
    • +4800
    • 10127
    • Green Bay Packers
    • +845
    • 10128
    • Los Angeles Rams
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    • 10129
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • +1325
    • 10130
    • New Orleans Saints
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    • 10131
    • New York Giants
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    • Philadelphia Eagles
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    • Seattle Seahawks
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    • 10135
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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    • 10136
    • Washington Redskins
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10201
    • Buffalo Bills
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    • Miami Dolphins
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    • New England Patriots
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    • New York Jets
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10205
    • Baltimore Ravens
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    • 10206
    • Cincinnati Bengals
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    • Cleveland Browns
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

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    • Houston Texans
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    • 10210
    • Indianapolis Colts
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    • 10211
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
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    • 10212
    • Tennessee Titans
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10213
    • Denver Broncos
    • +1550
    • 10214
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • -185
    • 10215
    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • +207
    • 10216
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +2000
  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10241
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • +148
    • 10242
    • New York Giants
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    • 10243
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • +111
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    • Washington Redskins
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10245
    • Chicago Bears
    • +167
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    • Detroit Lions
    • +1275
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    • Green Bay Packers
    • +210
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    • Minnesota Vikings
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10249
    • Atlanta Falcons
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    • 10250
    • Carolina Panthers
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    • New Orleans Saints
    • -184
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    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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  • Oct 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10253
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +3500
    • 10254
    • Los Angeles Rams
    • -167
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    • San Francisco 49ers
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    • 10256
    • Seattle Seahawks
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