NFL Moneyline Best Bets
BetQL's NFL Moneyline Analysis:
Each week we will take a look at a few NFL moneylines to give you an idea on how much value there is in that bet. Betting moneylines isn't exactly hard but what is hard is finding value in the pick. Our NFL moneyline model balances not only the correct pick but how much value there is in that pick. Keep reading below to see some of our favorite moneyline picks for this week:
NFL Moneylines Explained
NFL Money Line betting is the simplest and a popular form of betting. With NFL money line betting you are simply picking which team will outright win the game. The moneyline odds will list the the favorite in a given game as a negative number (ie. -200) that means you will have to bet that amount to win $100. The underdog will be listed as a positive number (ie. +500) that means you will win that amount on a $100 bet. Since moneyline betting is just picking the winner bets can not push because the game can not end in a tie. NFL moneyline odds typically range from -110, which would be considered a small favorite all the way up to -600, which would be considered a massive favorite. If moneyline betting is not for you then you can head over to our NFL odds page which shows all of our best value bets for the day against the spread. You can also check out our 1st half moneyline odds and 2nd half moneyline odds
NFL Moneyline Example:
An example of an NFL game that would likely have tight money line odds would be a game between the Patriots and the Steelers played in Pittsburgh. In this case the Patriots would likely only be -120 favorites or could even be a “pick em” game where both teams have -110 odds. A game that would have larger money line odds would be a game between the Patriots and the Dolphins, played in Foxboro. In this case the Patriots would likely be -600 of higher money line odds. In any of the above examples if the team you bet on wins the game you have won your bet. A lot of bettors refer to moneyline bets as betting “straight up” because there is nothing involved with the bet, it is just an old fashioned bet. NFL moneyline betting can be easy sometimes because most people know who the better team is and that is why moneyline odds do not pay out as well. If you are looking to bet the NFL and win a lot of money you should focus your efforts on betting against the spread.
NFL Moneyline Betting
NFL money line bets are difficult to find value and that is why money line betting is not as popular as betting against the spread or betting an NFL over under. If you are focused on NFL money line bets then BetQL is here to help because we always highlight the moneyline bets with the most value on this page. BetQL also has the most updated moneyline odds so if there is a change at your sportsbook you will see that change on our site as well. With BetQL you can also create and save dashboards that focus specifically on NFL moneyline bets.
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