NFL Betting

     NFL betting begins with preseason games starting in August and continues right through to the Super Bowl held in February. The options available for NFL betting at our sportsbook include weekly games, Super Bowl odds, total team wins, odds to win the AFC or NFC conference, player props and more.


Gamblers around the world can't wait for the NFL betting season to begin. There are a many reasons that gamblers love American football betting but the main reason why it is the most popular sport among gamblers is that it is also the most popular sport watched by the betting public. The public loves NFL betting more than any other sport and of course if the public watches something on TV, they bet on it.

As we have discussed, the major reason that people love NFL betting is because they can watch all the games on television. If you have any of the NFL packages available with DirecTV, DISH or ESPN; you could bet on every single game and watch it too. Even if you don't have any of the packages, you can still watch at least three games a week from any of the national networks like CBS, ABC or NBC including the Sunday night and Monday night football games.

NFL betting on televised games is definitely more exciting than other sports betting options since you can watch the games unfold. There are also occasionally Thursday and Saturday games during the regular season on national television that are very popular for NFL betting. Sunday is the main day for betting on NFL football though with most of the games being played that day.

Gamblers that really don't do much sports betting on anything else will always get involved in NFL betting once they see a game on TV.

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Saints at Panthers in Week 9 Thursday Night Football

NFL Week 9 gets underway this Thursday the 30th of October 2014. The New Orleans Saints (now 3-4, 1st in NFC South) will play the Carolina Panthers (now 3-4, 1st NFC South) at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Game time is 8:25 PM ET, and the game will be televised on NFL TV.

Lions Beat Falcons in Historic Morning London NFL Game

Early on Sunday morning, October 26th, NFL fans got to see a Week 8 game from London, as the Detroit Lions (5-2) played the Atlanta Falcons (2-5). The game was played at Wembley Stadium, in London and was televised on Fox TV.

Cardinals Use Last Minute Score to Beat Eagles

This past Sunday afternoon, Week 8 of the NFL saw the Philadelphia Eagles (5-1) play the Arizona Cardinals (5-1) at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Rookie Brown caught a pass from QB Palmer, taking it 75 yards for a TD with a little over 1 minute to play in the game, which gave Arizona the win 24-20. This game was a matchup of 2 of the 4 teams in the NFL with just 1 loss. Let's recap the NFL betting action.

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