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NFL Odds For The 2024 Regular Season

Are you ready for the upcoming 2024 NFL regular season? We are. The BetUS NFL oddsmakers are here to bring you the industry-leading NFL betting spreads, moneyline odds, and over/under game totals for every game from the Week 1 kick-off to the final game in Week 18.

Our oddsmakers consider a wide area of factors when bringing you each NFL game’s betting lines, from team performance to player statistics to recent form to injuries and even weather conditions. These NFL lines are not static; they evolve based on new information and betting patterns. This ensures that the odds remain as accurate as possible, reflecting the latest developments.

The NFL odds reflect the perceived strengths and weaknesses of the teams involved. A favored team will have NFL lines indicating a higher chance of winning, while closely matched teams will have tighter odds, suggesting a more unpredictable outcome.

Underdogs will have NFL lines based on their likelihood of losing. The team will be either given points to start the game if you are betting the spread or you will be offered a higher payout if you are betting the straight-up winner moneyline.

Popular NFL Game Bet Types

Point Spread (Spread)

This ubiquitous format handicaps the perceived favorite team by assigning them a point value (usually between 3 and 14 points). If you bet on the favorite to “cover the spread,” they must win by more than the designated margin.

On the other hand, if you bet on the underdog, they have to either win the game or lose by less points than the spread. When people talk about NFL odds, its the betting spread that dominates the conversation.

Moneyline (ML)

This straightforward format simply presents the odds on each team winning the game outright. A negative number indicates the favorite (e.g., -200), while a positive number signifies the underdog (e.g., +180). The higher the absolute value (positive or negative), the less likely the outcome.

Total (Over/Under)

This format focuses on the combined score of both teams. Bettors can wager on whether the total points scored will be “over” or “under” a predetermined number set by the sportsbook.

In addition to these standard bets, prop bets offer unique opportunities. These can include predicting individual player performances, such as the number of touchdowns scored by a star player, or specific game events, like the score at halftime.

Each type of bet comes with its own set of NFL odds, providing various ways to engage with the game. Remember to choose BetUS Sportsbook whenever you decide to bet the latest NFL lines.

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