With the legalization of sports betting spreading like a wildfire, NFL betting has never been more popular. And despite adding a contest to make it a 17-game season this year, the number of games still pales in comparison to every other major sport, which means one thing: every game means that much more.
Unlike in other sports where you can expect starter rotation, fatigue, and some teams straight-up not showing up on a given night, every team comes with everything they’ve got every single week in the NFL, which is why it’s such a fun and popular league to bet on.
You’ve got moneyline bets (who will win), spread bets (how much will they win/lose by), total wagers (how many points will be scored), and that’s all before getting into all of the player props you can dabble with during the season.
But not just that, you can also find dozens of futures bets for the upcoming seasons from team win totals, to Super Bowl participants (a rematch of last season seems pretty likely), to individual player stats over the season. If you’ve got a hunch on the bevy of end-of-year awards the NFL hands out, you can find good value for bets there as well.