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NFL Predictions & Betting tips

Find our free predictions for betting on the NFL 2022/23, as well as tips and forecasts for each upcoming matchday. Full information for your sports bets.

NFL 2022/23 predictions and free betting tips


In this article we’ll take a look at the 2022/23 NFL season, the schedule, important teams and players, odds and best bets. We’ve got all your NFL action covered here with an in-depth look at the USA’s most popular sport as well as some winning betting strategies that can have an impact on your ROI come the end of the season. 

NFL Season Structure

The National Football League has seen steady growth around the world and remains the most popular sport in the United States. Its events, especially the Super Bowl, attract some of the highest sports betting action of the year. The league is composed of 32 teams from across the United States which are separated into two conferences: the American Football Conference (commonly referred to as the AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). The regular season consists of 18 game weeks that sees each team playing a total of 17 games which includes one off-week (referred to as a bye-week). The majority of games take place on Sunday but a usual NFL schedule would see one Thursday game and one Monday game as well. The NFL regular season officially kicks-off in the beginning of September after a few weeks of non-competitive pre-season games for each team.

Upon the conclusion of the regular season, the 14 top teams (seven from each conference) compete in the playoffs which is a single-elimination tournament structure that begins in the middle of January. The teams are matched up based on their regular season record and subsequent seeding, which sees the top team from each conference earn a bye-week in the first round and progress automatically to the second round of the playoffs. In total, each conference has three rounds to determine the two teams that will face-off in the Super Bowl, the league’s championship game which is played at a predetermined stadium on the second Sunday of February.
This differs from most other sports such as football and basketball, whose playoff matches can see multiple legs or a best of seven series. The structure makes the NFL postseason one of the most exciting and drama-filled sporting events of the year as even the league’s best team can be sent packing due to a bad day at the office.

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Super Bowl LVII: How the teams matchup

The Super Bowl is set after a grueling regular season and playoffs with only two teams remaining. The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will do battle at the State Farm Stadium in Arizona for the right to lift the Vince Lombardi trophy and become champions of the NFL. It’s hard to argue that the Eagles and the Chiefs are the two most deserving teams to be in the Super Bowl with the way that the season has played out. Both teams had the best record in their respective conferences with 14 wins and three losses from their 17 regular season outings.

Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs

It looks to be an excellent matchup to wrap up the 2022/23 NFL season with the two teams with the best records meeting in the Championship game. The Eagles and the Chiefs both finished with a record of 14 wins and three losses to top their respective conference and earn a bye in the Wild Card round of the playoffs. The Chiefs have had the more testing run to the final game as both of thier wins have come by just one possession while the Eagles have steamrolled both of their opponents en route to their first Super Bowl since 2018.

The oddsmakers opened the betting lines with the Chiefs as -2 point favorites which was very quickly bet down to Chiefs +1.5 where it now stands at the time of writing. Chiefs fans will be hoping that star quarterback and current MVP Patrick Mahomes is fully fit for this game after the 27-year-old suffered an ankle injury against the Jaguars in the Divisional Round. Mahomes would finish the game against the Jags and performed admirably against the Bengals in the Conference Championship despite potential uncomfort. The extra weeks of rest before the big game will hopefully be enough for Mahomes to fully recover so he can give his best effort in the Chiefs third Super Bowl in the past four seasons.

The Eagles have a strong case to be called the best team in the NFL after a dominant season regular season and two blowout victories in their two playoff games. The Eagles have averaged an incredible 26.5 average points margin of victory after a 38-7 win over the Giants and a 31-7 win over the 49ers. Third-year quarterback Jalen Hurts has been playing at an MVP level which has served to put an already extremely talented team over the edge to within game of their first Super Bowl title since upsetting the Tom Brady led Patriots in 2018.  

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High-Profile Games of the 2022/23 NFL Season

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The first of the 18 week NFL regular season kicks off on the 8th of September and runs until the 9th of January with the playoffs then starting on the 14th of January. Super Bowl LVII is scheduled for the 12th of February and will take place at the Arizona Cardinals’ home stadium of State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. 

With 272 games on the docket for the coming season, let’s take a look at some of the more notable games on the NFL schedule and discuss the teams and storylines involved. Remember that you can check out all of the betting lines for the NFL’s biggest games by signing up with some of the industry’s top online sportsbooks. Registering is simple and takes a matter of minutes until you can get into the action. Follow the links provided in the article for special bonuses and promotional offers.

Week 1-1: Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Rams, September 8th, Thursday Night Football

The first game on the NFL schedule for the 2022/23 season kicks off the new campaign in style with the defending champions hosting the current oddsmakers' Super Bowl betting favorites in the Buffalo Bills. A game that has the potential to turn into a shootout with the huge amount of offensive talent on the field as the loaded LA Rams try to slow down one of the MVP favorites in Bills quarterback Josh Allen. Three time all-pro Von Miller also suits up against his old team after making the switch to the Bills in the offseason. 

Week 1-2: Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks, September 12th, Monday Night Football

Star quarterback Russell Wilson suits up at Lumen Field for the first time on a team other than the Seattle Seahawks. The nine-time pro bowler takes his new Denver Bronco teammates into Seattle to battle the team that drafted him and the organization that he led to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances and a title in 2013/14. 

Week 2: Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, September 15th, Thursday Night Football

Should be in store for another offensive showcase between one of the NFL’s very best in the quarterback position with Patrick Mahomes and one of the league’s brightest young talents in Chargers QB Justin Herbet. These two put on a show last season, playing two highly competitive games that saw a total of 116 points scored between the two teams with each game decided by six points.

Week 3: Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Bucs, Sunday, September 25th

Two favorites for the Super Bowl and two of the greatest quarterbacks ever, both still performing at an MVP level. It's always a marquee matchup when Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady face off. For as long as both legendary QBs have been in the NFL, they’ve actually only faced off five times, in large part due to them competing in different conferences for the majority of their careers. Brady holds a 4-1 advantage over his competitive rival with their last meeting coming in the NFC Championship game in the 2020/21 playoffs which the Bucs would go on to win 31-26.

Week 4: Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Bucs, October 2nd, Sunday Night Football

A rematch of Super Bowl LV and what has become a bit of a “passing of the guard” type of match over the last few seasons. A massive 19-year age difference sees the greatest ever QB in Brady up against the 26-year-old Mahomes, who is already being labeled as a future great of the quarterback position after an unbelievable first five years in the league. This matchup also sees an interesting coaching matchup between the offensive genius of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and the Bucs head coach Todd Bowles, the former who was able to neutralize Mahomes to great effect in their Super Bowl matchup when he was defensive coordinator of Tampa Bay.

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Week 8: San Francisco 49ers at LA Rams, Sunday, October 30th

A rematch of last season’s NFC Championship game in which the Rams edged by a score of 20-17. It certainly wouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone if these two met in the playoffs again as the 49ers continue to be a consistently solid team and the Rams will be in the conversation as the defending champs. A fascinating matchup from a coaching standpoint as well as two coaches that have held the “prodigy” label face off in the Niners’ Kyle Shanahan and the Rams’ Sean McVay. Shanahan holds a 7-4 record against his close friend in their 11 head-to-head coaching matchups. 

Week 10: Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers, Sunday, November 13th

Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy returns to Green Bay where he served as the head coach from 2006 to 2018 and led the Pack to a Super Bowl title along with Aaron Rodgers in the 2010/11 season – the sole title of each of their careers. Dallas, as always, has massive expectations on them by owner Jerry Jones to return to the Super Bowl. Can they make it to the promised land for the first time since 1996 with Dak Prescott leading them?

Week 12: Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions, Thanksgiving, November 24th

An NFL tradition sees the Lions playing their annual home game on the US holiday of Thanksgiving against the Bills. Not much has been expected of the Lions for awhile, even less so this year after a 3-13-1 record last season. Josh Allen and the high-powered Bills offense come into town as and are the preseason Super Bowl favorites but will they still hold that title by the time week 12 rolls around with two-thirds of the regular season in the books? 

Week 13: Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens, Sunday, December 4th

An enticing matchup between two of the league’s most exciting quarterbacks in the Broncos’ Russell Wilson and the Ravens’ Lamar Jackson. The Broncos should be contenders this season with the elite level of QB play that Wilson provides while the Ravens have been knocking on the Super Bowl door for seemingly years now. Can the 2019/20 MVP Lamar Jackson elevate his play just a bit more to lift his side to Baltimore’s first Super Bowl appearance since winning it all in the 2012/13 season? 

Week 16: Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots, Christmas Eve, December 24th

The Bengals caught lightning in a bottle last season, picking up steam at the perfect time as they entered into the playoffs to ultimately win the AFC. Led by young quarterback Joe Burrow, who is quickly becoming one of the best QBs in the league after a phenomenal 2021/22 season, the Bengals will face a stiff challenge against the Patriots and one of the best defensive minds to ever coach in Patriots head coach Bill Belichick who has a daunting record when facing young quarterbacks for the first time. 

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Notable Statistics From the 2022/23 Regular Season

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The Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs finished the season with the best records in the AFC and NFC. Below we'll list the teams with the best record in each division:

  • AFC East: Buffalo Bills 13-3
  • AFC West: Kansas City Chiefs 14-3
  • AFC North: Cincinnati Bengals 12-4
  • AFC South: Jacksonville Jaguars 9-8
  • NFC East: Philadelphia Eagles 14-3
  • NFC West: San Francisco 49ers 13-4
  • NFC North: Minnesota Vikings 13-4
  • NFC South: Tampa Bay Bucs: 8-9

In terms of individual team performance it was the Kanas City Chiefs who finished the regular season as the highest scoring team with 496 total points scored over their 17 regular season games. Rounding out the rest of the top five were the Philadelphia Eagles in second with 477 points, the Dallas Cowboys in third with 467 points, the Bills in fourth-place with 455 points and the Lions in fifth with 453 points.

On the defensive side of the ball the 49ers led all teams with the best defensive record in the league, giving up only 277 points all season. The Buffalo Bills were the second stingiest defense with 286 points allowed. Next, we’ll take a deeper look at the individual stars of the 2022/23 NFL season.

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Individual Player Performance

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes led the league in passing yards as the only player to eclipse the 5,000 yards mark, finishing with a total of 5,250 yards. Mahomes also led the league in passing touchdowns with 41, with Bills QB Josh Allen and Bengals play-caller Joe Burrow rounding out the top three with 35 touchdowns each. Mahomes dominance this season saw him named as the NFL MVP, his second time winning the prestigious award in his career. 

Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs topped the rushing charts with 1,653 yards with Titans' Derrick Henry finishing second with 1,538 yards. The Lions' Jamal Williams topped the scoring charts for running backs with 17 touchdowns.

Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson furthered his case for the title of the best receiver in the league with a league leading 128 receptions and 1,809 yards for another phenomenal season. Raiders wideout Devante Adams topped the scoring charts for receivers with 14 touchdowns. 

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NFL Betting Strategies

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The NFL’s most popular betting market is undoubtedly point spread betting. This involves each team receiving or laying a certain amount of points determined by the oddsmakers’ that is to represent the difference in quality between the two teams. Also referred to as the handicap, point spread betting allows for much weaker teams to still attract good action for bookmakers when coming up against a much stronger team. There are a few important factors to take note of with point spread betting specifically related to the NFL.

Point Spread Betting on the NFL

Not all spreads are created equal. Due to the scoring system in the NFL where a touchdown is awarded six points (followed by an extra point attempt for a possible total of seven), a field goal is worth three points, and the less common safety is worth two points, there exists certain key numbers in NFL point spreads and other less important numbers sometimes referred to as “dead” numbers. In order to maximize your NFL betting profits, it's vital to understand the different strategies involving these numbers and how you can take advantage of them to put yourself in the best position to make money in this exciting sport.

Most importantly, what are the key numbers? The primary key NFL point spread betting number is 3 points. The NFL sees its highest frequency of games decided by this margin and it’s quite common to see a number of different games every week either on a 3 point spread exactly or hovering around at +/-2.5 and +/-3.5. Next up, the second most common margin of victory in the NFL and the next key number is 7 points. Again, it’s not uncommon to see multiple 7 point spreads in a gameweek although this generally requires a decent-sized skill gap between the two teams. Those are the two most important key numbers and if you take only that information with you, you’ll be ahead of most of the general betting public. There are a few other numbers that pop up, sometimes considered key numbers although certainly less common than 3 and 7. The next most common margin of victory in the NFL is 6 points and can be considered a second-tier key number. 

Now, here is where it gets a bit tricky. The NFL introduced a rule change in the 2015 season which saw the distance required to kick the extra-point attempt after a touchdown pushed back from the two yard line to the 15 yard line. This has resulted in a universal drop of the success rate and the 2021/22 season actually saw the lowest conversion rate since 1979 at 92.5%. This has even resulted in an increase of two-point conversion attempts, where a team can forgo the kick and try to score the ball through a normal play from the two yard line, with coaches realizing that the kick is no longer a gimme point.  There has not been a huge shift towards this but two-point conversion attempts have risen to 11% which is up from around 9% in previous seasons. 

Of course, this has had an impact on the NFL spread betting market with the six-point margin of victory seeing an increase and the 10-point margin of victory seeing a slight decrease since the introduction of the extra-point conversion change. Below is a full look at the NFL winning margin percentage from the seasons of 2015-2019 with the updated extra-point conversion:

  • 3 point winning margin: 14.43%
  • 7 point margin: 9.89%
  • 6 point margin: 7.25%
  • 14 point margin: 5.74%
  • 10 point margin: 4.61% 
  • 1 point margin: 4.31%
  • 5 point margin: 4.31%
  • 2 point margin: 4.23% 
  • 4 point margin: 4.15%

As we can see, the 3 point spread remains the most important with 7 the clear number two and 6 seeing a decent rise in frequency in the past few seasons. So, we’ve identified the key numbers, how do we go about using that information to make sure we’re on the right side of the action as often as possible? The oddsmakers know these key numbers and will often position their lines around them. Oftentimes, you’ll see a line of +/-3.5 or +/-7.5; this is called a hook and is often the difference between winning, losing or pushing a bet. If an oddsmaker puts out a spread of -3 it will often take either a lot of action on one side or a key injury to a player for it to move off of the key number. This is when having the option to bet on a number of the web’s top online sportsbooks can really pay dividends to your bottom line. While it’s not incredibly common, you will find instances throughout the season where one sportsbook may have a hook on a line while the other doesn’t. An example can be: Melbet offering -7 for the Chiefs to beat the Dolphins while Pinup-bet offers the Chiefs at -6.5. Getting this hook is significant as a sports bettor and is a prime example of the advantages that signing up for multiple sites provides.

Teaser Bets on NFL Games

We can apply our newly gained knowledge of key numbers in NFL point spread betting to a popular and quickly growing market in NFL betting called a teaser bet. A teaser is similar to an accumulator except instead of getting an increased payout through the odds, you receive beneficial points onto each team's spread. The bet would then require each leg to cover the spread in order to payout with odds affected by the points taken in the teaser and the amount of legs (or individual games) involved. The most common form of teasers in the NFL involve 6 or 6.5 points involving two teams with odds are generally around 1.83 to 1.77 on sites such as Bet365 and ShangriLa. We’ll look at an example below to get a better idea of how it works:

Week one in the NFL has the defending champion Rams as +2.5 underdogs against the Super Bowl favorite Buffalo Bills. As we can see, we aren’t getting the key number of +3 on the Rams which makes backing them a much less attractive proposition. However, this line of +2.5 is perfect for a six point teaser as it brings the spread through the two most important key numbers of 3 and 7. The next leg for our two-team teaser is the San Francisco 49ers who are taking on the Chicago Bears. The Niners open as -7 point favorites over the Bears which certainly is not a bad line as a seven point win would result in a push. Having this as our second leg pushes the spread down to -1, requiring essentially just a 49ers win and passing again through the two key numbers of 3 and 7. Remember, a teaser requires all legs to win in order to payout. So, in our example both the Rams and 49ers would have to cover their respective spreads to win our teaser bet. The Rams winning and the Niners losing would result in a full loss.

The last key piece of information related to teasers is to never tease a point spread through 0. For example, you have the Cowboys at -3 and while it may look appealing to get them to +3, you are essentially wasting points in your tease by having to pass over 0 and the largely dead numbers of -1 and +1. 

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Key Information Before Placing an NFL Bet

Teams regularly release injury reports, make sure you check both the team you're interested in betting on and the opponent as injuries in certain positions can have a major impact on the betting line. For example, the Green Bay Packers might be -7 point favorites over the Minnesota Vikings at home but an injury to star quarterback Aaron Rodgers could easily see that number fall to a Pickem or even as far as to make the Packers slight underdogs.

Also be sure to take into account the importance of the particular game you're interested in betting on. The last week of the season often sees teams resting their key players before the start of the playoffs if they have the division or a strong seeding locked up. This of course would result in a completely different betting line than if the normal starters were to play. 

Analyzing different teams and their strengths and weaknesses can often pay dividends and provide your NFL betting with an extra edge. For example, last season the Bucs led the entire league in passing offense, racking up 5,383 yards through the air. You identify a matchup they have against the Baltimore Ravens, who struggled to contain opposition quarterbacks and ended the season with 4,986 passing yards allowed – the worst mark in the league. This of course provides the Bucs with a huge advantage and is a piece of data that can be exploited in a number of ways. You could simply back the Bucs to win, knowing they’ll be dominant through the air, or you could target the Bucs individual team total over. A Tom Brady player prop could be an option, backing the legendary quarterback to have a big game whether through yards or touchdowns. Additionally, if you notice a matchup advantage that the other team may possess then a total game points over could be an excellent choice if the game looks like it’s going to result in a high-scoring shootout.

Always Compare the Odds!

Finally, a successful sports bettor must always have a firm grasp of the odds offered by the web’s leading online sportsbooks. Books can often differ in the odds provided for each event and each individual bet as well. A calculated bettor should look to take advantage of these deviations as they can sometimes even make the difference between a profitable bet and a losing bet in the long run. 

Bonuses also provide bettors with great opportunities to pad the bankroll and you should always be on the lookout for enticing sign-up offers. Bet365, for example, provides a very generous €200 welcome bonus with very reasonable rollover requirements. The great thing about these kinds of promotions is that online sportsbooks are constantly offering new deposit bonuses and other benefits to their users as the competition between different sites heats up. 

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Our Predictions

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Justin Herbet to win MVP

Betting odds: 11.00 WilliamHill

Arguably the league’s most exciting young quarterback talent, the LA Chargers Justin Herbert is our pick for the MVP award. The Eugene-born University of Oregon product took the NFL world by storm in the 2020/21 season, putting up 4,336 yards while throwing 31 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in his first season en route to the Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Herbert showed almost freakish composure and poise in the pocket and you would swear you were looking at a grizzled 10-year veteran QB at first glance. The now 24-year-old Herbert would build on his rookie success, making his first Pro-Bowl in his second season after throwing for 5,014 yards with 38 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Herbert also posted the third-best QBR (quarterback rating) in the NFL at 65.6, behind only the legendary duo of Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. If Justin Herbert continues on his current trajectory then we could very well be looking at the next MVP. 

Stefon Diggs most receiving yards

Betting odds: 15.00 Bet365

Sneakily good odds here on Diggs who should have another highly-productive year. The oddsmakers are clearly expecting a huge season from Diggs’ teammate Josh Allen, with the Bills quarterback the current betting favorite to take down the MVP award. The prime candidate to benefit from that is the 28-year-old Diggs who put up 1,225 yards on 103 catches with 10 touchdowns last season. The year before that saw Diggs haul in career highs in both receptions with 127 and receiving yards with 1,535. Diggs’ price of 14/1 put him at around the sixth-favorite for this award according to the most recent betting odds.

Jonathan Taylor most rushing yards

Betting odds: 5.50 Bwin

Taylor is an integral part of what the Colts do on offense and the team runs through the 23-year-old University of Wisconsin product. Indianapolis has even received criticism for a seemingly overreliance on the young running back. Expect more of the same from the Colts and Taylor in the 2022/23 season. If he can stay healthy then you’re certain to see his name amongst the leaders come the end of the season. Derrick Henry back and healthy for the Titans is the major threat to Taylor’s rushing crown. However, Henry is 28-years-old in a position that is dominated by young backs with fresh legs. It remains to be seen if Henry can return to the unstoppable force he was in years prior while Taylor is entering his prime years. 

San Francisco 49ers to win the NFC

Betting odds: 8.50 Vbet

San Francisco is renowned for their hard-nose defensive approach which has proven so successful for the team over recent years. Head coach Kyle Shananan is one of the brightest young minds in the game and always seems to find a way to get his team to play more than the sum of their parts. The big question for the 49ers this season is in regards to their recent quarterback change. Shanahan has stated that they have moved on from former QB Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance, the third-overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, will take over the reins. If Lance can produce at even a similar level to the at times highly scrutinized Garoppolo then the Niners could easily find themselves back in the NFC Championship game where they exited last season. However, Trey Lance clearly has a tremendous amount of upside and if the gamble pays off for San Fran and Lance is the player they think he can be, then we very well could be looking at the 49ers making another trip to the Super Bowl.

Detroit Lions season total over 6.5 wins

Betting odds: 1.77 Vbet

Lions fans have suffered for a long, long time but there is reason for optimism ahead of the new NFL campaign. Quarterback Jared Goff has received more than his share of criticism over the last few years but we do have to remember that he led his LA Rams team to the Super Bowl in 2018 and there is a good quarterback in there with the right pieces around him. Running back D'Andre Swift could be in for a breakout year after averaging a solid 4.3 yards per rush over his first two seasons and scoring 17 touchdowns already in his young two-year career. The offensive line has the potential to be one of the best in the league and should take a significant step forward as a unit this year.

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NFL Odds from the Major Bookmakers

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How are NFL odds calculated?

As previously covered in the article, point spread betting is the largest and most popular NFL betting market. Oddsmakers use in depth calculations to come up with their spread numbers which generally involve many of the advanced statistics you can find on various sites. However, what is important to remember is that the odds, points totals, spreads, etc. are all created with the intention of attracting equal action on both sides of the bet. This allows the bookmakers to minimize their risk and guarantee a profit through the vig that exists when a bet is placed. 

Take an example of a big Monday Night Football game between the Tampa Bay Bucs and the Kansas City Chiefs. Monday Night always attracts increased action because it’s the last game of the schedule until Thursday rolls around to kick off the next week’s slate of games. In our hypothetical example we’ll say that both teams have been rolling through the season and have been putting up big point totals week in and week out. Naturally, most of the betting public will be aware of this and will be lining up to bet the over in the total points line. In these types of situations it’s important to remember that sportsbooks aren’t always necessarily putting out the most optimal betting line mathematically speaking but they are putting out the line that will benefit them the most.

In the above example, the bookmakers may come up with 54 points as the optimal betting line for the total points scored in the game. However, they will take into account that they are likely to receive increased action on the over if they put that number out which would increase the amount of liability that the sportsbook has as they would have lopsided action coming in. These factors would likely result in the sportsbook putting out a total that could reach as high as 57 or 58 points in their attempt to even out the action and entice more bettors to bet on the under. 

If you understand these situations as a bettor, you will be able to find additional value in spots such as our Bucs vs Chiefs example, where betting the under on a total of 57 or 58 would be the smart play. 

The Importance of Sportsbook Selection

Having a wide selection of sportsbooks to choose from will make you a more profitable bettor over the long run. Not all sportsbooks are created equal and many of them have their advantages and disadvantages. The leading online sportsbooks can vary significantly in the odds that they offer their users. Even if it’s a difference that appears small at first glance, such as the Bills at 1.80 odds to beat the Ravens on one sportsbook and odds of 1.95 on the other. If you were to bet each side 100 times at €10 each, this 0.15 change in the odds would be the difference between winning €800 and €950. 

Odds Comparison From Top Sportsbooks

Finally, let's compare the current Super Bowl betting lines. We’ll compare odds from three of the leading sportsbooks at the moment in Bet365, WilliamHill and Vbet – all three that have excellent sign up bonuses which can be accessed simply by following the links provided.

Super Bowl winner:

Bet365: Chiefs 2.05 / Eagles 1.80

William Hill: Chiefs 2.05 / Eagles 1.80

Vbet: Chiefs 1.78 / 2.04

Total points:

Bet365: over 51 points 1.91

William Hill: over 51 points 1.91

Vbet: over 51 points 1.93

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