NFL Betting Odds

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As a hotbed for sports, Florida has plenty of options for fans and bettors to consider. At the top of the list, we find the same sport that headlines the charts in a number of other legal sports betting states: the NFL.

The Sunshine State is home to three franchises, all of which have a loyal and passionate following. To the north, we have the Jacksonville Jaguars and the first overall pick in the most recent NFL draft, Trevor Lawrence. In the central part of the state, we find the legendary Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Down south, it’s the up-and-coming Miami Dolphins and sophomore signal caller Tua Tagovailoa.

For football fans, NFL season is the most wonderful time of the year, and the same holds true for sportsbooks. Let’s take a look at some key information for NFL betting, including where to find the best odds at Florida sportsbooks, NFL betting trends and tips, and more.

Live NFL odds

Moneylines, spreads, totals

Sportsbooks will release odds and lines well in advance of game time, and you can expect to see plenty of movement in the numbers from that point. The customizable live odds feed below takes the hassle out of shopping around. These are the real-time NFL betting odds from all of the top sportsbooks:

Super Bowl futures

NFL bettors can also take a long-term view of how the entire season will play out via futures wagers. Odds for the top options like teams to win the Super Bowl, conferences, and divisions come out in the offseason, and the board remains active from there. You can take a glance at the entire market below, including NFL odds to win the Super Bowl:

NFL MVP odds

So which player will take home the NFL MVP award this year? Will it be one of the stars from the trio of Florida-based teams? Let’s take a look at what the NFL MVP odds currently look like for the next award winner:

NFL odds for Florida-based teams

After linking arms with Tom Brady in the 2020 offseason, the Buccaneers became must-see TV. That hasn’t changed now that the club has added some hardware to the trophy case. Tampa Bay games will likely be popular wagering options this season. Here are where the Buccaneers betting odds stand for the next time they take the field:

The Dolphins came up just short of a postseason berth a season ago. The pieces are in place to take a bigger step forward this time around, so the pressure is on Tagovailoa, head coach Brian Flores and company to make it happen. Let’s take a look at how the Dolphins odds stack up for the team’s next game:

To say that the Jaguars have some work to do would be an understatement, but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. The tag-team duo of new head coach Urban Meyer and the No. 1 draft pick (Trevor Lawrence) could lead to a pretty quick turnaround. Here’s what the Jacksonville odds look like for the team’s next NFL game.

NFL betting trends/stats

A good part of the appeal for NFL betting is simple: time. As in there’s plenty of time to get set for the next slate of games, as well as ample time to review what happened once a week is in the books. For bettors, the amount of time is a valuable asset, and it’s imperative that you use it wisely.

To do so, avoid getting lost in the noise and focus on what really matters. Key stats are important, but which ones are the best? Trends can definitely provide insight, but it’s important to know how to use them in context. Here are some of the more notable trends and stats to keep an eye on:

How to bet on the NFL in Florida

For starters, you’ll need a place to play for NFL betting in Florida. Be sure to take your business to legal sportsbooks, and beware of those that operate outside of the law in far-off locales. There’s just no need to take the risk with an unregulated entity. Legal sportsbooks check off all of the right boxes. To get started, do the following:

  • Create an account at a legal sportsbook and claim any sports betting bonuses.
  • Download the app directly from the sportsbook website and log in.
  • Claim any available free bets or make a deposit to fund your account.
  • Check out the NFL odds and get ready to place a wager.

You can be ready in minutes. Please note that you’ll need to be within state lines for the purposes of placing bets, but you can manage your account from elsewhere as necessary.

Types of popular football bets

Below are three of the most common types of bets placed on NFL games:

Betting the spread 

Wagering on the point spread is one of the most popular options for betting on the NFL. It’s a featured offering at sportsbooks as a result. When you review the lines for upcoming games, the spread will be front and center in the game listing. Here is how it could look at BetMGM Florida.

Dallas Cowboys+6.5 (-110)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers-6.5 (-110)

For this example, the spread favors the Buccaneers by 6.5 points over the Cowboys. If you take Tampa Bay minus the points, they have to win the game by seven or more to cover. Dallas covers by keeping the margin under 6.5 points or by winning the game outright.

Betting the moneyline 

Betting on the moneyline is a simple and straightforward wager for which there are no extra points or anything else to worry about, just which team wins and which team loses. Here is an example moneyline bet like you could see on a Sunday at FanDuel Florida.

Miami Dolphins+105
New England Patriots-125

The direction of the NFL moneyline betting odds gives you a quick snapshot of the contest: negative for favorites and positive for underdogs. You can tell how close of a game oddsmakers are expecting by noting the range between the two numbers.

Betting the over/under 

Over/under bets are wagers on the total number of points both teams combine to score in the game. Oddsmakers will set a line before the game. For example, the O/U on a game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans might look like this:

Over5 (-110)
Under5 (-110)

An over bettor wants to see 46 points or more in the contest, while someone who bet under is hoping for 45 or fewer. The total line helps to set the expectations for what kind of game is on tap.

Other NFL bets you can place

In addition to the big three NFL bets, you’ll find a variety of other options at legal Florida sportsbooks. Here are some of the most popular:

  • Props: Additional wagers on the game, teams or players.
  • Live betting: Bet in real-time as the game plays out.
  • Parlays: Bet on two or more choices with a single wager.
  • Pleasers and teasers: Adjust the spread and odds on two or more games.
  • Alternate lines: Adjusted lines and odds for some of the main bets.

Outside of betting on the individual games, there’s also an active NFL futures odds market that allows you to make predictions on the season as a whole. The most popular options for this style of betting include the following:

What is the best NFL sports betting app? 

While there are lots of options for NFL bettors to consider, some sportsbooks just do it better than others. DraftKings is one that belongs in that exclusive category. The team behind the scenes has developed a slick and user-friendly platform. It offers lots of features, but you can also get down to business quickly and easily.

When you visit DraftKings Sportsbook in Florida, you can find the latest offerings by clicking on the NFL or football tab. Once you do so, you’ll see clear-cut listings for the following:

  • Odds and lines for the main pregame wagers.
  • Alternate game lines.
  • A range of prop bets when you click on an individual game listing.
  • Dedicated tabs for team and player futures.
  • Live betting action once the game gets underway.

DraftKings has emerged as a market leader in every state where it operates to date, and it’s not too hard to see why. It has competitive odds, all of the bets you could ask for, and plenty of other features in a clean sports betting package.