NFL Odds & Betting Lines
NFL Vegas odds
NFL Vegas Odds are the beating heart of football betting. That’s why in addition to NFL odds from the top sportsbook in your area we provide live NFL odds from the biggest and best sportsbooks in Las Vegas and allow you to compare them across the industry. These are sorted by sportsbook in the gray columns on the right side of the odds table above.
NFL point spread
Point spread betting is the most common way to wager on football. NFL spreads are used to level the playing field between two teams, setting one team as the favorite and one as the underdog based on the estimated difference in the final score.
The favorite will have a minus (-) next to its point spread and must win by more points than the spread in order to win the bet. The underdog will have a plus (+) next to its point spread and must win outright or lose by less points than the spread to win the bet.
Find this week’s NFL point spreads by clicking the spread button above the odds.
The moneyline is one of the easiest ways to bet on NFL odds, asking bettors to simply pick which team they think will win the game. Unlike point spread betting, which requires teams to win or lose by a certain number of points, NFL moneylines are based only on the win/loss column.
Moneyline odds are presented in hundreds with a minus (-) in front of the moneyline odds for the favorite and a plus (+) in front of the moneyline odds for the underdog. Use our odds calculator to find out how much your NFL moneyline bets can win.
See this week’s NFL moneylines by clicking on the moneyline button above the odds.
Over/Under or totals betting allows you to bet on the combined number of points scored in an NFL game. Oddsmakers will set an estimated point total for a game and you can bet on if the final score will add up to more (Over) or less (Under) points than that total.
Check out this week’s NFL Over/Under totals by selecting the total button above the odds.
NFL opening lines
The NFL opening odds are the first set of game odds released by the sportsbooks each week. These spreads and totals are usually released Sunday night for the next week’s schedule and are quickly bet into and can change throughout the course of the week heading into kickoff.
Find the NFL opening lines in the left-hand column of our NFL odds page and compare those to the live odds to see which NFL lines have moved the most.
NFL futures are odds on events that take an extended period of time to play out, such as odds to win the Super Bowl, NFL season win totals, or odds to win NFL MVP. Futures odds will change over the course of the season, as they react to results, injuries and betting action.
Get the latest NFL futures odds on the Super Bowl as well as the odds to win the NFC and AFC Championship Games at our NFL futures page.
NFL Odds FAQs
Betting on the NFL is legal in states like Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Indiana, and more. Check if sports betting is legal in your state in our Where to Bet section.
We don’t like to call any bet a safe bet as there is always risk involved. But the NFL team with the largest negative (-) moneyline odds in a given week would have the highest implied probability of winning.