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NFL Odds

1st Overall Pick

Caleb Williams
Drake Maye
Marvin Harrison
Jayden Daniels
Olumuyiwa Fashanu
Dallas Turner
Joe Alt
JC Latham
Jared Verse
Brock Bowers
Laiatu Latu
Bo Nix
Michael Penix

NFL Championship Game Winner

San Francisco 49ers
Kansas City Chiefs
Baltimore Ravens
Buffalo Bills
Detroit Lions
Cincinnati Bengals
Dallas Cowboys
Philadelphia Eagles
Miami Dolphins
Green Bay Packers
Houston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars
Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Rams
New York Jets
Minnesota Vikings
Chicago Bears
Cleveland Browns
Indianapolis Colts
Atlanta Falcons
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Arizona Cardinals
Pittsburgh Steelers
Seattle Seahawks
Las Vegas Raiders
Denver Broncos
New England Patriots
New York Giants
Tennessee Titans
Washington Commanders
Carolina Panthers

NFL odds guide

What do NFL odds look like?

There are three common NFL betting lines: the side, total and moneyline.

Side: The side refers to the point spread. While the odds can fluctuate, most sides are -110, meaning you have to bet $110 to win $100.

Cowboys -7 -100

Giants +7 -110

In that example, the Cowboys are a 7-point favorite and must win by more than 7 to win the bet. If the game ends with a 7-point Cowboys win, the bet is a push and you get your money back.

Total: The total also generally has -110 odds on each side. The sportsbook sets a line, such as 48.5, and bettors decide whether the game will go over or under that total.

Moneyline: The moneyline removes the point spread. Bettors take a team to win straight up.

Packers -200

Bears +180

In this example, a bettor must lay $200 to win $100 on the Packers. A $100 bet on the Bears would win $180, but Chicago has to win straight up.

Are there extra bets for big games like the Super Bowl?

Sportsbooks will offer proposition bets, or “props,” on big games. Props are famously associated with Super Bowl betting.

For the Super Bowl there are prop bets on many different things, like which player will score the first touchdown and even the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach. A common prop bet is on yards for specific players, such as “Tom Brady over/under 305.5 passing yards.”