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|+2.5 -112||+2.5 -112||--||+2.5 -110|
|-2.5 -108||-2.5 -108||--||-2.5 -110|
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Locking in the best odds is the key to maximizing your potential profits sports betting.
Sports Betting Dime makes it easy to find the best NFL lines and odds quickly – whether you’re looking for this week’s NFL lines or futures odds for Super Bowl, playoffs, and player awards.
Use this page to explore today’s best NFL odds at top betting apps and online sportsbooks. Use the links below to compare futures odds and track the line movement for all teams throughout the NFL season.
Get more out of this page by selecting “Customize Your Odds Feed” and setting the following preferences:
Sports Betting Dime’s money and bet percentages and complete matchup report are the best way to find the inside edge at the sportsbook anytime there’s a specific NFL matchup you’re looking to wager on.
This page contains all this week’s NFL odds for upcoming matchups. From Thursday to Monday Night Football – and the full slate of NFL odds for Sunday – you’ll find a complete list of games and betting lines listed above. Once you’ve run through this week’s NFL lines to find the best odds for the games you want to bet, it’s time to do a bit of handicapping.
Unlock these key metrics to get the inside edge when betting this week’s NFL games:
The bet % metric shows you what percentage of the total betting volume falls on either side of the betting line. In other words, it allows you to see which side of the line is taking more action in terms of total number of wagers placed. This is the easiest way to see which side is favored by the public.
The money % metrics shows you what percentage of the total money wagered falls on either side of the betting line. In other words, it allows you to see which side of the line is attracting the biggest bets and largest share of total money wagered.
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Our sharp money meter uses a proprietary formula including inputs from the bet and money % to determine where the sharpest bettors are putting their money.
If this is your first time jumping into sports betting, you may be wondering how to read the NFL moneyline, point spread, and over/under odds found on this page.
This article provides a full run-down of how to read odds and how oddsmakers formulate them, but here are the basics:
NFL Moneyline Odds
Betting the moneyline is the simplest NFL bet you can make. You’re simply picking one team to win the game outright. Select “moneyline” in the feed preferences above to see this week’s NFL moneyline odds.
The positive number is the odds for the underdog. This is the amount you stand to profit if you place a $100 bet on the underdog.
The negative number is the odds for the favorite. This is the amount you’ll need to risk in order to return a $100 profit backing the favorite.
While unusual, there are football games where both teams will have negative moneyline odds. In this case, the side with the larger negative number is the favorite.
NFL Point Spread Odds
Many NFL matchups aren’t exactly unpredictable. When one side is heavily favored, the point spread keeps things interesting. By “taking” points from the favorite and “giving” them to the underdog, the NFL point spread makes it possible to back either side, even in a very lopsided matchup. Select “spread” to see the odds for this week’s NFL spreads.
The amount of points given from the favorite and taken by the underdog is the spread – you’ll see this number displayed next to a (+) for the underdog (since they are getting extra points) and a (-) for the favorite (since points are being subtracted.
To cover the spread, the favorite must win the game by the margin of the point spread. The underdog covers anytime they win the game outright or lose by less than the margin outlined by the spread.
Next to the point spread, you’ll find odds like those you’d see on the moneyline. These will generally be in the range of -105 to -115 for most NFL point spreads, indicating the amount you need to risk to win $100.
NFL Over/Under (Totals) Odds
Betting totals is another popular way to wager on NFL games. Commonly known as the over/under, totals betting asks you to wager on whether the final score with be over or under the total set by the oddsmakers.
Compare NFL over/under odds by selecting “total” in preferences. You’ll see a large number with both (o) & (u) – this is the total. Bet on the final score to be over or under this number.
Like the point spread, you’ll see odds associated with taking the over or under. With some exceptions, expect to see these odds in the range of -105 to -115 when betting NFL over/under lines.
NFL futures allow you to bet on the biggest events of the NFL season far in advance and throughout the season. Futures offs for the NFL allow you to wager on both season outcomes and player awards.
For instance, you can pick the Super Bowl champ at the beginning of the season, back teams to make the NFL playoffs, or even bet on win totals and the league MVP.
The key to turning a profit when betting NFL futures is finding the best timing. With longer odds, payouts tend to be biggest the earlier you jump into the action. Of course, the longer you wait, the more info you’ll have to make an informed pick.
SportsBettingDime’s NFL Futures Trackers will allow you to follow the lines for the biggest football futures all season long. Check the links below to look back at NFL odds history this season and get the latest numbers:
Check the pages above to see how odds have shifted over time and keep an eye out for value when betting NFL futures.
Zeroing in on the best odds is only one part of turning a tidy profit betting on NFL games. Get a detailed breakdown of key stats, predictions, and advice by selecting “full game stats” for any of the matchups listed on this page.
From our AI-powered score predictions to the latest injury news and past betting records, our matchup players give bettors all the info they need to outwit the public and beat the oddsmakers come game day.
Sports Betting Dime’s matchup pages also displayed detailed NFL odds history and line movement for the moneyline, point spread and total for each game, showing you how the odds have shifted from opening lines all the way to kick off.
Simply select “full game stats” to see the odds history and line movement for this week’s NFL odds.
If you’ve been around long enough to remember the sports page, you’re probably familiar with “Vegas odds” being reported for NFL matchups.
As most legal football betting moves from retail sportsbooks in Vegas to online sports betting apps, you might be wondering:
What are Las Vegas NFL odds? Are Vegas odds for this week’s NFL games any different than those offered at sport betting apps and online sportsbooks?
Generally speaking, NFL odds like those featured on this page will be in-line with what you could expect to see a brick-and-mortar sportsbook in a Vegas casino.
Today, “Vegas odds” have become something of a catch-all phrase to describe the consensus NFL odds offered at top sportsbooks, whether betting online or in-person.
Shopping around to find the best odds is one of the easiest ways to maximize your profits this NFL season. Of course, you’ll need to have accounts set up at a couple different sportsbooks to take advantage of any differences in the lines offered.
Check out our list of the best NFL betting sites if you’re looking for apps and online sportsbooks that consistently offer excellent odds, are easy to use, and offer lucrative sign up bonuses and odds boosts on NFL games.
Once you’re up and rolling with a few different options, return to this page to quickly compare the odds anytime you want to jump in on the NFL action.