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A. There are many ways to bet on NFL games, but three are easily the most widespread: point spreads, single game and totals. Each type of wager will have varying lines, depending on the game. You pick the side you like, risk what you feel comfortable with money-wise with a sportsbook and have them place toys wager. If you win, you get your risk amount plus win amount back as a payout.
A. The main NFL betting lines are point spreads, moneylines and totals (or Over/Unders). Point spreads pre-set the number of points a favorite has to win by, or an underdog remain within range of. A moneyline is simply a bet on who will win. Totals can be Over/Under the total points scored in a game, or they can be based on each team’s total points scored.
A. If a point spread betting number has a PLUS (+) sign, that team is the underdog. If the number is a MINUS (-) sign, that team is the favorite.
A. Negative odds merely indicate the favorite in a game. In a point spread, it means that the team must win by more than that number of points. In a moneyline, it indicated the amount you must wager in order to win $100.
A. A moneyline indicates both the favorite and underdogs in a matchup, and the payout amount. If the moneyline is negative, it means you must wager that amount to win $100. If the moneyline is positive, it means you win that amount with a wager of $100.
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