Monday Night Football Odds

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During the football season, Monday Night Football is the last chance to enjoy the NFL until Thursday, and the action at the betting window shows it.

With legal online sports betting, bettors in Florida will be able to bet on Monday Night Football with an online sportsbook app right from their phones. You can place pregame bets, take your chances with some player or team props and even bet live from anywhere within state lines as the action unfolds.

Here’s what to expect for Monday Night Football betting this year, including live NFL odds direct from legal Florida sportsbooks, the full MNF schedule, and betting matchups plus how to bet on the game itself.

Live Monday Night Football odds: spreads, moneylines, totals

Monday Night Football betting odds for all of the main pregame wagers will be up well in advance, but you can expect to see some odds movement right to kickoff. Check the live NFL odds feed below for the latest lines. Click on any odds to get started, claim your bonus and start betting on MNF.

Monday Night Football matchups for 2022

When the NFL schedule makers get to work, they do their best to put the top matchups in primetime. As always, the trajectory of the individual teams can change as the season plays out, but the Monday Night Football schedule is generally pretty solid.

Here’s the 2022 MNF schedule. All games get underway at 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN, with ABC on board for a simulcast in Week 1.

WeekDateAwayHome
1Sep. 13, 2021Baltimore RavensLas Vegas Raiders
2Sep. 20, 2021Detroit LionsGreen Bay Packers
3Sep. 27, 2021Philadelphia EaglesDallas Cowboys
4Oct. 4, 2021Las Vegas RaidersLos Angeles Chargers
5Oct. 11, 2021Indianapolis ColtsBaltimore Ravens
6Oct. 18, 2021Buffalo BillsTennessee Titans
7Oct. 25, 2021New Orleans SaintsSeattle Seahawks
8Nov. 1, 2021New York GiantsKansas City Chiefs
9Nov. 8, 2021Chicago BearsPittsburgh Steelers
10Nov. 15, 2021Los Angles RamsSan Francisco 49ers
11Nov. 22, 2021New York GiantsTampa Bay Buccaneers
12Nov. 29, 2021Seattle SeahawksWashington Football Team
13Dec. 6, 2021New England PatriotsBuffalo Bills
14Dec. 13, 2021Los Angeles RamsArizona Cardinals
15Dec. 20, 2021Minnesota VikingsChicago Bears
16Dec. 27, 2021Miami DolphinsNew Orleans Saints
17Jan. 3, 2022Cleveland BrownsPittsburgh Steelers

Buccaneers Monday Night Football schedule for 2022

The defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be a popular attraction this season. They’re slated for five primetime games in total, with one coming on Monday Night Football.

Week 11: Nov. 22, 2021

  • New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN

The New York Giants and Bucs have hooked up a total of 24 times, with the G-Men holding a 16-8 advantage. The last meeting took place at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey in Week 8 of the 2020 season. Tampa Bay walked on the field as a 12.5-point favorite, but that line proved to be off the mark as the Bucs managed to escape with a 25-23 win.

That was one of two appearances on Monday Night Football for Tampa Bay a season ago. In Week 11, the Bucs were home to take on the Los Angeles Rams. They were four-point favorites, but the underdog once again had other ideas. The Rams pulled out a 27-24 upset win on a late field goal.

Since 2010, the Buccaneers have made seven appearances on Monday Night Football, going 4-3 along the way. The Giants gave them a run for their money in the last meeting, so we could be in store for another entertaining one in 2021.

When the Bucs don’t play on Monday Night, check this week’s Bucs odds here. When they make the Super Bowl, get the latest Super Bowl odds here.

Dolphins Monday Night Football schedule for 2022

Despite a solid mark of 10-6, the Miami Dolphins came up just short of a playoff berth in 2020. In 2021, the team has a pair of primetime tilts to look forward to, including one under the Monday Night Football lights.

Week 16: Dec. 27, 2021

  • Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints
  • 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN

The Dolphins have a post-holiday trip to the Big Easy to square off with a New Orleans Saints team that’s coming to terms with life without Drew Brees behind center. The clubs have squared off 12 times in total and split things down the middle. New Orleans is riding a three-game winning streak in the series. The last meeting came in Miami in 2017, a 20-0 win for the Saints.

Last season, Miami didn’t have any appearances on Monday Night Football. The lone primetime game on the schedule saw the Dolphins in Jacksonville for a convincing 31-13 win. The Jags were actually three-point favorites heading into the game, so bettors on the Miami side had themselves an easy win.

In recent times, Monday Night Football hasn’t been kind to the Dolphins. Since 2010, the team has played in this slot 10 times with a record of 2-8. The last MNF appearance came in 2019, a 27-14 road loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

For non-MNF games, check the latest Dolphins odds for this week.

Jaguars Monday Night Football schedule for 2022

The Jacksonville Jaguars are coming off a dismal 1-15 season. Said another way, the team wasn’t in high demand when it was time to draw up the primetime schedule for 2021. The club will make just a single appearance under the lights this season.

It’ll happen in Week 4 when the Jaguars hit the road to take on the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football. There’s actually at least one point of interest for this matchup, as it’ll be a meeting of the two most recent No. 1 overall selections in the NFL draft. The Bengals nabbed Joe Burrow in that spot in the 2020 draft, while the Jags followed that up by picking Trevor Lawrence in 2021.

Since 2010, Jacksonville hasn’t been a regular on Monday Night Football. The team has played just three games in this time slot since then, going 1-2. The last MNF game for the Jags came in 2011, a 38-14 home loss to the then-San Diego Chargers.

For Jags games not on Monday, check this week’s Jags odds right here.

Popular bets for Monday Night Football

All three of the main NFL pregame bets bring in plenty of action for Monday Night Football. You can also expect to see a range of game, team and player props, alternative lines, boosted odds on certain game lines and single-game parlays. Here’s a quick rundown:

MNF moneyline betting

All you have to do for this bet is pick the winner. Moneyline odds are negative for favorites and positive for underdogs, in general.

  • Dallas Cowboys                      +225
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers         -275

While simple in concept, moneyline betting isn’t always easy to project. For the 2020 season, favorites went 11-6 on Monday Night Football.

MNF spread betting 

In order to win this bet, the side you select has to cover the spread. The choices are the favorite minus the points or the underdog plus the same number.

  • Miami Dolphins                       +2.5 (-110)
  • New England Patriots             -2.5 (-110)

Underdogs performed quite well on Monday Night Football in 2020. For 17 games, favorites were just 6-11 against the spread.

MNF total betting

With this bet, also known as an over/under, the sportsbook sets an estimate for the total combined points in the game. You can then bet whether the actual score will be over or under that line.

  • Over                48.5 (-110)
  • Under              48.5 (-110)

On Monday Night Football in 2020, overs vs. unders went 8-8-1, closing out the season with a push on a 47-point total.

MNF alternate lines  

Many sportsbooks also offer alternate lines on NFL games. They’ll move the number on spreads and totals and adjust the MNF betting lines accordingly:

  • For example, on a 2.5-point spread, you might see numbers above and below that, such as -1.5 for the favorite or +3.5 for the underdog.
  • Or for a total of 48.5 points, you might also see 48 or 49 points, as well as larger shifts.

Alternate lines can offer value, but as always, be sure you’re not betting solely based on the potential return.

Monday Night prop bets

Prop betting is popular for the standalone primetime NFL games. You’ll find all of the usual game and team props, as well as plenty of options with individual players.

  • Total TDs for Tom Brady — over/under 3.5?
  • Who will have more passing yards — Trevor Lawrence or Tua Tagovailoa?

There’s a lot of additional rooting interest with props. Among the most popular options is betting on the player to score the game’s first TD.

Single-game parlays

Same-game parlays continue to catch on. You’ll see them available at many sportsbooks as a result. You can make multiple wagers all within one bet.

  • Buccaneers -2.5/over 48.5 points/Leonard Fournette to score a TD
  • Dolphins -150 on the moneyline/under 51.5 points/over 249.5 passing yards for Tua Tagovailoa

Parlays offer the opportunity for enhanced returns, but at a much higher risk. If you’re wrong on any part of a parlay, you win nothing.

In addition to all of the ways to bet, watch for special promotions for Monday Night Football. While the game is popular with bettors already, sportsbooks aim to attract even more. You might see top sports betting promos like the following as a result:

  • Odds boosts: Opportunity for enhanced returns on select bets.
  • Insurance: Up to a certain amount back on lost bets.
  • Special props or parlays: The books may promote special bets for the game.

How to live bet on Monday Night Football

Once upon a time, the deadline for betting on Monday Night Football was when the game kicked off. That’s no longer the case. Live betting is now a featured offering at all of the top legal Florida online sportsbooks.

These are real-time bets that are based on what’s happening on the field. Odds and offerings will often change quickly as a result. During the average MNF game, there will be dozens of different options to consider, such as the following:

  • Updated moneyline, spread and total odds based on the current situation.
  • Bet on smaller segments of the game — drives, quarters, halves.
  • New prop bets for the whole game or smaller snippets of time.

You won’t be lacking for options, and you can follow along on your phone via a sportsbook app or apps. Just log in on your device and find the live betting section. Keep an eye on it as the game plays out, and you’ll see updated odds and lines as the game shifts.

Does Vegas have the best Monday Night Football odds?

If you want the best odds for Monday Night Football, you need to be in Las Vegas, right? That used to be the case, but not anymore. Legal sportsbooks in other states post comparable NFL betting odds for all games. The live odds feed above lets you compare the numbers from multiple top books to see if there’s a bet you want to place.

Where to stream Monday Night Football 

ESPN is the main broadcast home for Monday Night Football, but the Week 1 matchup this season will also be on ABC. You can find ESPN on a variety of cable, satellite and streaming packages.

The network will also provide a feed of the game online and via its app. You’ll need account credentials from your provider to have access, but you can take ESPN on the go. This way, you won’t miss anything with live betting. Sportsbooks also provide updates on what’s happening right in the app.