NFL Odds: Spreads, Moneylines & Totals

The current Week 3 betting odds for the 2022 NFL season feature everything from short home favorites to heavy road underdogs. Whether it be divisional rivalries, intraconference showdowns, or something in-between — Week 3 has it all. Above all, though, Week 3 of the NFL season offers an opportunity for prospective bettors across the country to have a personal stake in the odds of the long-anticipated NFL season. At Lineups, we’ve dedicated our direct access to sportsbooks, data science avenues, and dedicated analysts to provide you with the most up-to-date information and analysis on week-by-week NFL odds. In the tables below, you’ll find odds comparisons from different sportsbooks as well as the best NFL odds on whichever side you believe has the edge.

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Date/Time Teams ML Spread O/U ML Spread O/U ML Spread O/U ML Spread O/U
9/23, 12:15 am GMT Pittsburgh Steelers Steelers
+160
+4 -105
o38 -110
+168
+3.5 -104
o38.5 -110
+165
+4.5 -110
o38.5 -110
+170
+4.5 -120
o38 +100
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Cleveland Browns Browns
-190
-4 -115
u38 -110
-200
-3.5 -118
u38.5 -110
-200
-4.5 -110
u38.5 -110
-205
-4.5 +100
u38 -120
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT New Orleans Saints Saints
-145
-3 -105
o40.5 -110
-156
-3 -104
o40.5 -110
-150
-3 -105
o40.5 -110
-140
-3 -105
o40.5 -110
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Carolina Panthers Panthers
+125
+3 -115
u40.5 -110
+132
+3 -118
u40.5 -110
+125
+3 -115
u40.5 -110
+118
+3 -115
u40.5 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Houston Texans Texans
+130
+3 -115
o40 -110
+118
+2.5 -108
o40.5 -108
+120
+2.5 -105
o40 -110
+122
+2.5 +100
o40 -110
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Chicago Bears Bears
-150
-3 -105
u40 -110
-138
-2.5 -112
u40.5 -112
-145
-2.5 -115
u40 -110
-145
-2.5 -120
u40 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs
-250
-5.5 -110
o50.5 -110
-260
-5.5 -112
o50.5 -110
-250
-5.5 -110
o50.5 -110
-250
-5.5 -110
o50.5 -110
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Indianapolis Colts Colts
+210
+5.5 -110
u50.5 -110
+215
+5.5 -108
u50.5 -110
+200
+5.5 -110
u50.5 -110
+205
+5.5 -110
u50.5 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Buffalo Bills Bills
-250
-6 -115
o52.5 -110
-255
-6.5 -104
o52.5 -110
-250
-6 -110
o52.5 -110
-250
-6 -110
o52 -110
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Miami Dolphins Dolphins
+210
+6 -105
u52.5 -110
+210
+6.5 -118
u52.5 -110
+200
+6 -110
u52.5 -110
+205
+6 -110
u52 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Detroit Lions Lions
+210
+6 -110
o53 -110
+194
+5.5 -108
o53.5 -106
+200
+6 -110
o52.5 -110
+205
+6 -110
o52.5 -110
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Minnesota Vikings Vikings
-250
-6 -110
u53 -110
-235
-5.5 -112
u53.5 -114
-250
-6 -110
u52.5 -110
-250
-6 -110
u52.5 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Baltimore Ravens Ravens
-140
-2.5 -120
o43.5 -110
-146
-2.5 -115
o43.5 -106
-150
-3 -105
o43.5 -110
-155
-3 +100
o43.5 -110
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New England Patriots Patriots
+120
+2.5 +100
u43.5 -110
+124
+2.5 -105
u43.5 -114
+125
+3 -115
u43.5 -110
+130
+3 -120
u43.5 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Cincinnati Bengals Bengals
-230
-5.5 -110
o45 -110
-235
-5.5 -110
o45.5 -106
-225
-5 -110
o45 -110
-225
-5 -110
o45 -110
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New York Jets Jets
+195
+5.5 -110
u45 -110
+194
+5.5 -110
u45.5 -114
+180
+5 -110
u45 -110
+185
+5 -110
u45 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Las Vegas Raiders Raiders
-120
-1.5 -110
o45.5 -105
-124
-1.5 -110
o45.5 -110
-135
-2.5 -110
o45.5 -110
-130
-2 -110
o45.5 -110
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Tennessee Titans Titans
+100
+1.5 -110
u45.5 -115
+106
+1.5 -110
u45.5 -110
+110
+2.5 -110
u45.5 -110
+110
+2 -110
u45.5 -110
9/25, 5:00 pm GMT Philadelphia Eagles Eagles
-275
-6.5 -105
o47 -115
-295
-6.5 -106
o47.5 -110
-275
-6.5 -115
o47.5 -110
-292
-6.5 -110
o47 -110
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Washington Commanders Commanders
+230
+6.5 -115
u47 -105
+240
+6.5 -114
u47.5 -110
+230
+6.5 -105
u47.5 -110
+235
+6.5 -110
u47 -110
9/25, 8:05 pm GMT Jacksonville Jaguars Jaguars
+255
+7 -110
o47 -110
+240
+7 -115
o47.5 -110
+230
+7 -115
o47.5 -110
+260
+7 -110
o47 -105
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Los Angeles Chargers Chargers
-305
-7 -110
u47 -110
-295
-7 -105
u47.5 -110
-300
-7 -105
u47.5 -110
-335
-7 -110
u47 -115
9/25, 8:25 pm GMT Los Angeles Rams Rams
-175
-3.5 -105
o48.5 -110
-188
-3.5 -112
o48.5 -110
-185
-3.5 -110
o48.5 -110
-190
-3.5 -110
o48.5 -110
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Arizona Cardinals Cardinals
+150
+3.5 -115
u48.5 -110
+158
+3.5 -108
u48.5 -110
+150
+3.5 -110
u48.5 -110
+158
+3.5 -110
u48.5 -110
9/25, 8:25 pm GMT Atlanta Falcons Falcons
-110
+1 -115
o42 -110
-108
-1 -106
o41.5 -114
-105
+1.5 -115
o42 -110
-110
0 -110
o42 -110
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Seattle Seahawks Seahawks
-110
-1 -105
u42 -110
-108
+1 -114
u41.5 -106
-115
-1.5 -105
u42 -110
-110
0 -110
u42 -110
9/25, 8:25 pm GMT Green Bay Packers Packers
+100
+1 -110
o41.5 -110
-102
+1.5 -112
o41.5 -115
+100
+1 -110
o41.5 -110
-105
0 -105
o41.5 -110
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers
-120
-1 -110
u41.5 -110
-116
-1.5 -108
u41.5 -105
-120
-1 -110
u41.5 -110
-115
0 -115
u41.5 -110
9/26, 12:20 am GMT San Francisco 49ers 49ers
-120
-1.5 -110
o45 -110
-124
-1.5 -110
o44.5 -114
-120
-1.5 -110
o44.5 -110
-125
-1.5 -110
o45 -110
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Denver Broncos Broncos
+100
+1.5 -110
u45 -110
+106
+1.5 -110
u44.5 -106
+100
+1.5 -110
u44.5 -110
+105
+1.5 -110
u45 -110
9/27, 12:15 am GMT Dallas Cowboys Cowboys
-105
+1 -110
o39 -110
-102
+1 -110
o39.5 -110
-105
+1 -110
o39 -110
-105
+1 -110
o39 -110
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New York Giants Giants
-115
-1 -110
u39 -110
-116
-1 -110
u39.5 -110
-115
-1 -110
u39 -110
-115
-1 -110
u39 -110
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ML = Moneyline Line Movement = displays the odds line changes per book and per bet from the opening odds to the live odds. Diff = Change in Sportsbook live odds & Lineups.com live odds

Week 3 NFL Odds Breakdown

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns: After an exhilarating matchup between the Chargers and Chiefs on the opening week of the new Thursday Night Football, Week 3 doesn't provide quite the same intrigue. The Steelers and Browns are defense-first teams, but they will be missing some of their top players as T.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney aren't expected to play. Can Mitchell Trubisky and Jacoby Brissett put up points on Thursday?

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins put up an offensive clinic in Week 2 against a very good Baltimore defense, and I wish this game was on primetime following that showing. Josh Allen is an early leading MVP candidate, but he'll need to take care of business on the road against the Bills' likely top threat in the AFC East. Can Tua Tagovailoa repeat his electrifying Week 2 performance against the Buffalo defense?

Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets: The Joe Flacco-led Jets likely don't have much of a chance against Joe Burrow, Ja'Marr Chase, and Tee Higgins, but we said the same thing about the Mitchell Trubisky-led Steelers and the Cooper Rush-led Cowboys. The Bengals desperately need a win here to change their fortunes as the Super Bowl hangover appears very real thus far.

Las Vegas Raiders at Tennessee Titans: These two teams made the playoffs last year, but they haven't had strong starts to this season. The Raiders have yet to win a game, which is disheartening after all that they gave up to acquire Davante Adams. The Titans, meanwhile, are clearly missing A.J. Brown. Tennessee has a much better chance of getting to the playoffs in a weak AFC South than Vegas does in the AFC West, but this is a must-win game for both teams, regardless.

New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers: It's been a rough start for Baker Mayfield in Carolina with two straight losses, and Matt Rhule is very much on the hot seat at this point. Would an 0-3 start be enough for him to get canned? It might be given the body of work he's put together, and the Saints will be eager to bounce back from a disappointing loss to the Buccaneers.

Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots: I was shocked that this line didn't move much from the open, although I suppose the Ravens are coming off a loss while the Patriots had a narrow win over the Steelers. Nevertheless, Lamar Jackson is capable of exposing the New England defense like Josh Allen did in last year's playoffs, while Mac Jones will have his work cut out against the Baltimore defense which will be firing on all cylinders after a disappointing letdown late in last week's loss.

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings: The Lions have been one of the best offenses in football through two weeks as Amon-Ra St. Brown and D'Andre Swift have been electric behind the best offensive line in football. Meanwhile, the Vikings boast Justin Jefferson, Dalvin Cook, and Adam Thielen. We should be plenty of offensive production in this game, and the Lions are very capable of pulling off the upset in this divisional game.

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders: The Eagles are suddenly in pole position to win the NFC East with the Cowboys dealing with tons of injuries, but they can't overlook this game. Carson Wentz has had a very strong start to the season, while the Commanders have the front seven play to make things difficult for the Eagles' run game. Still, in this divisional matchup, Philly are deservingly favored.

Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts: This line was set at -3 previously, but that was before the Colts put up a goose egg against the Jaguars last week in a 24-0 shutout. Michael Pittman Jr.'s presumed return this week will be massive for the offense, but the Chiefs are playing with extra rest here. I expect Kansas City to see a ton of public money this week, perhaps more than any other team.

Houston Texans at Chicago Bears: The Bears fell flat on Sunday Night Football in Week 2 after upsetting the 49ers in Week 1, but Justin Fields has shown flashes of strong play despite limited passing volume. Meanwhile, Davis Mills has the Texans playing solid football, and they have been a thorn in the side of both teams they've played as underdogs so far. This isn't going to be the game of the week, but it provides plenty of intrigue nonetheless.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Chargers: The Chargers have much-needed extra rest here after Justin Herbert and Corey Linsley were both injured in a narrow loss to the Chiefs on Thursday Night Football. However, the Jaguars have looked much improved to start the year, and the Chargers can't overlook them here. Trevor Lawrence is capable of leading his team to an upset over an injury-hampered Chargers team.

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals: These divisional games were fascinating last year, but the Cardinals' roster has regressed significantly heading into this season. Kyler Murray is still capable of providing fireworks as he showed in last week's come-from-behind win, but the Rams' defense will be difficult to contend with. Look for Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson to have strong games against Arizona's secondary.

Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: While you might expect a high-scoring shootout between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady, the total in this game has steadily been declining. The Packers are still adjusting to life after Davante Adams while the Buccaneers are hampered with injuries on offense and will be without Mike Evans this week as he serves his one-game suspension. These teams are Super Bowl contenders, to be sure, but they aren't the same high-scoring power houses as in recent years.

Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks proved that their Week 1 win over the Broncos was a mirage, but the Falcons continue to be feisty as they made Rams fans sweat profusely at the end of their game. Atlanta has intriguing young talent, a dynamic receiving corps, and an excellent secondary. Marcus Mariota has also provided some juice to the offense thus far. I like the Falcons for the upset this week.

San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos: The Broncos have been an absolute mess to start this season with penalties, wasted timeouts, and lifeless offense. Nathaniel Hackett has had a rough beginning to his coaching tenure. Meanwhile, the 49ers are a well-oiled machine with Jimmy Garoppolo now under center following the Trey Lance injury, and George Kittle looks likely to return this week. Kyle Shanahan has the clear coaching edge, and I'd expect it to make a massive difference in this Sunday Night Football game.

Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants: The Giants are unpredictably 2-0 to start the season, while the Cowboys earned an upset win over the Bengals with Cooper Rush under center. While these teams might not be true Super Bowl contenders, they are very much alive in the NFC East, and this game should be fascinating to watch. Can the Giants start 3-0? Can the Cowboys keep winning without Dak Prescott? Let's find out.

Author: Jacob Wayne

Best Sportsbooks & New User Promos For Week 2 Odds

With a number of different sportsbooks to choose from this coming NFL season, the best sportsbook for any given game is going to depend on the side your on and when you bet. While the first table at the top does a good job of breaking down the lines for some of the bigger sports books, there's always opportunities for new users to explore other props and lines from the sportsbooks below. With the launches of sports betting in states like Illinois and Arizona over the past year and launches in states such as Ohio and Kansas to come in the next year, the amount of people with access to some of these well-established sportsbook brands will only continue to grow. Click the blue text below for access to each sportsbooks' new user promo as well as updated reviews and app navigation information.

  1. DraftKings: New users signing up with DraftKings have the opportunity to receive up to $1,000 in deposit match money along with $50 in free bets. The minimum deposit to redeem the promo code is just $5 and the money is free to be used on any sport DraftKings offers. The states eligible for the DraftKings promo code are AZ, CO, CT, IL, IN, IA, LA, MI, NH, NJ, NY, PA, TN, VA, WV & WY.
  2. Caesars Sportsbook: Alongside BetMGM, FanDuel, and DraftKings, Caesars sportsbook is one of the premiere brands in the online sports betting industry. Their new user promo — a $1,500 Risk-Free Bet — is one of the largest in the industry. New users can take advantage using the promo code "LINEUPS15". The Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code is available in New York, Louisiana, Illinois, Arizona, Michigan, Tennessee, Virginia, New Jersey, West Virginia, Indiana, Colorado, and Iowa with more states likely to come as legalization expands. For current users, Caesars boasts a wide variety of odds boosts, risk-free same game parlays, and "Bet and Gets" — a rewards system whereby users receive free bets for reaching certain wagering thresholds on different events.
  3. BetMGM: Owned by one of the most recognizable brands in the gaming space, BetMGM has one of the widest array of offerings with lines on everything from Korean Baseball to Darts. Their bread and butter, however, remains the NFL — where they've established one of the most responsive live betting ecosystems. New users on BetMGM get the option to make a $1,000 Risk-Free Bet using the promo code "LINEUPS". This bet can be used on parlays, and all winnings can be withdrawn immediately for cash.
  4. BetRivers: Available in AZ, CO, IL, IN, IA, LA, MI, NY, PA, VA, and WV, BetRivers is known for their $250 deposit match upon signup along with routine profit boosts for existing users. To redeem the $250 in deposit match money, new users can simply use the code "LINEUPS" upon registration. If this MLB season is an indication of what's to come this football season, BetRiver will likely be offering profit boosts on same game parlays, along with a number of $10 risk-free bets in return for making $25 wagers.
  5. Bet365: A well-established online sportsbook, Bet365 allows new users to redeem $500 in free bet credits using the code "LINEUPS". If the $500 offer is outside your comfort zone, new users can also get $200 in free bets from simplay placing a $1 bet.
  6. BetFred: Based out of the the United Kingdom, BetFred has made their mark in the US — having gone live in Colorado, Iowa, or Pennsylvania. New users in each of these states is eligible for a $1,002 free bet match as well as a number of different odds boosts during the NFL season. Most recently, BetFred has made the news for partnering with the Cincinnati Bengals.
  7. FanDuel: Riding the wave of their popular fantasy sports platforms, FanDuel has catapulted themselves into a two horse race with DraftKings to be the top online sportsbook. With a $1,000 no sweat bet, new users can wager up to a $1,000 on a bet of their choice with the guarantee that they will get the entire $1,000 back even if the bet doesn't go their way. For exisiting users, FanDuel is offering risk-free same game parlays this NFL season.

  8. PointsBet: An Australian based company, PointsBet has risen to prominance in the US for the shear size of their new user promo — up-to $2,000 in Risk-Free Bets — along with their customizable betting features. PointsBet is currently available in New York, Michigan, Illinois, New Jersey, Iowa, Colorado, Indiana, West Virginia, Virginia, and Pennsylvania with launches in Ohio and Kansas likely to come soon.
  9. FOX Bet: A brand extension of the sports media giant, FOX Bet is owned by Flutter Entertainment — the same brand that owns FanDuel. With a $500 risk-free bet as a new user promo, individuals in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Michigan can take advantage of FoxBet as we head into Week 1 of the NFL Season.
  10. SugarHouse: While they're only available in Connecticut and New Jersey, SugarHouse offers new users a $250 new user promo with the code "LINEUPS". For existing users, SugarHouse Sportsbook offers Loyalty Level Points that new users accumulate overtime from making real money wagers.
  11. BetFred: Based out of the the United Kingdom, BetFred has made their mark in the US — having gone live in Colorado, Iowa, or Pennsylvania. New users in each of these states is eligible for a $1,002 free bet match as well as a number of different odds boosts during the NFL season. Most recently, BetFred has made the news for partnering with the Cincinnati Bengals.
  12. Sports Ilustrated: By rewarding users with $300 in free bets from placing a $10 bet, the Sports Illustrated sports books has one of the easiest to access new user promos. While Colorado is the only place where the SI promo is operational, this is expected to change as Sports Illustrated's mobile interface becomes more developed and more states continue to legalize.
  13. Unibet: Another major European sportsbook and casino brand, Unibet is known for their responsive help center and easy to understand mobile interface. Using the promo code "BETBONUS" new users can receive up-to $500 in risk-free bets.

Ways to Bet on Week 1 of the NFL Season

Spread Betting: Spread betting entails picking one of the two sides on the sportsbook point spread. Take the Bengals vs Steelers Week 1 game, for instance. The Bengals are currently listed as a 6.5 point favorite (-6.5) on every major sportsbook. If you believe the Bengals are undervalued here, you’ll take their side of the spread in what’s called “laying the points” — i.e., taking the favorite. Conversely, if you believe the Steelers are the better bet at +6.5, you’ll bet them in what’s called “taking the points” — i.e., taking the underdog.

Totals Betting: Totals betting revolves around picking one side of an over/under bet. Take the Ravens vs Jets Week 1 game, for example. The over/under in this game is currently set at 44 — indicating that the sportsbooks believe the combined point total between these two teams will be in the vicinity of 44. If you believe more than 44 points will be scored, you’d bet the over. Alternatively, if you believed less than 44 points will be scored, you’d bet the under.

Player Props: Usually released the Friday before the game starts, player props are typically an over/under bet on a player's game stats. In the Rams vs Bills Week 1 game, for example, a sportsbook may come out and release a line to the effect of “Josh Allen over/under 245 yards”. Similar to totals betting, if you believe Allen is going to go for more than whatever the number is, you would go over, and, if not, you would go under. Anytime touchdown scorer bets are another type of NFL player prop. Anytime touchdown scorer bets are the odds that any individual player will score over the course of a game. Due to the random nature of who scores in most games, you can usually get these odds at a “+” number for anyone outside of a top WR or RB.

Live Bets: Once the game starts, sportsbooks offer updated live odds that reflect whatever has happened so far in the game. Once a team scores or a player gets injured, lines move immediately and if you have a read on the momentum of the game before these live odds change, you can find some value.

Week 1 NFL Home Underdogs

  • Los Angeles Rams (+1) on BetMGM
  • Atlanta Falcons (+4.5) on DraftKings
  • Carolina Panthers (+1) on BetMGM
  • Chicago Bears (+6.5) on BetMGM
  • Detroit Lions (+4) on Caesars
  • Houston Texans (+7.5) on BetMGM
  • New York Jets (+5.5) on BetMGM
  • Arizona Cardinals (+3) on DraftKings
  • Minnesota Vikings (+2) on Caesars
  • Dallas Cowboys (+2) on Caesars
  • Seattle Seahawks (+4.5) on BetMGM

Heaviest Week 1 NFL Favorites

  • Indianapolis Colts (-8) on DraftKings
  • Cincinnati Bengals (-6.5) BetMGM
  • Tennessee Titans (-6.5) on Caesars
  • Baltimore Ravens (-6) on DraftKings

Vegas Odds FAQ

How Do You Read NFL Odds?

The key to reading NFL odds is understanding that they are all based around the number 100. If the sign in front of the odds is a "+", then the number indicates how much a bettor makes with a $100 bet. If the sign in front of the odds is a "-", then the number indicates how much a bettor needs to wager in order to make $100.For example, in Week 1 of the NFL season, the Steelers are +230 to beat the Bengals whereas the Bengals are -275 to beat the Steelers. Because there is a "+" on the Steelers, the 230 indicates that a bettor would win $230 from a $100 bet on the Steelers moneyline in Week 1. Conversely, because there is a "-" in front of the Bengals odds, the 275 indicates the amount of money ($275) that a bettor would have to wager to make $100.

How Do NFL Odds Work?

NFL odds can be found on a particular game, a prop bet or futures bet. The odds depicted on a specific bet determine the payout for that winning bet. For example, a +200 winning bet would net the better two times their bet amount and a -200 bet would net them their original bet amount plus a half.

What Do NFL Odds Mean?

NFL odds means how likely a specific occur is likely or not likely to happen. Bets with (-) are more likely to occur than bets with (+) according to that specific sportsbook. The higher the (-) number, the more likely the event will occur, the higher the (+), the less likely.

NFL Odds to Win the Super Bowl.

Odds to win the NFL Super Bowl are calculated at the conclusion of the previous NFL season and are updated as the season progresses. Teams with a better chance of winning the Super Bowl payout less than the team less likely to win the Super Bowl.

NFL Odds to Win the Division.

Odds to win an NFL division are similar to super bowl odds. Instead, these odds are calculated for each individual team to win their respective division. The more likely a team is to win their division according to a sportsbook, the less the payout compared to teams less likely to win.

NFL Odds to Make the Playoffs.

Similar to Super Bowl and division odds, playoff odds are calculated based on how likely a specific team is to make the playoffs. The less likely a team is to make the playoffs, the higher the odds and payout. Teams more likely to make the playoffs offer lower odds and a smaller payout.

NFL Odds to Win MVP

Odds to win the MVP are calculated the same as Super Bowl, divisional or playoff odds. The difference is that these odds are on a single player to win the MVP Award.

What is an NFL Spread?

The spread in an NFL game determines which team is the favorite or underdog by a certain number of points. A team with a -3 is favored to win that particular game by three points. A team with +3 means they are the underdogs by three points. A favorite has to win by at least that many points while an underdog has to "cover" by at least that amount.

What is an NFL Moneyline?

An NFL moneyline determines the odds of each team winning the game outright. The team with the (-) is the favorite and the team with the (+) is the underdog. The (-) pays out less than the (+) team on an equal bet amount.

How Can You Tell the Favorite of an NFL Game?

Whichever team has the (-) in front of their odds on the moneyline, or the (-) points in the spread is the favorite. This team is expected to win the game both outright and by the number of points in the spread. These teams pay out less money than underdogs.

What Are the Odds of Recovering Onside Kick?

In 2017 the onside recovery rate was 21.7 percent. After the rule change in 2018, teams only recovered four of 53 onside kicks for a recovery rate of just 7.5 percent. From nearly one in five recoveries in 2017, that number dropped to nearly one in 14.