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.

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. And many of them choose SBG Global's sportsbook to bet on NFL games.

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.

Check the latest NFL betting odds, including individual games and futures odds.

Bet on NFL Preseason Week 4: Seahawks vs. Raiders

Seahawks versus Raiders Preseason Week 4 OddsThe Seattle Seahawks will visit the Oakland Raiders to give fans who bet on NFL one last chance to put some money on them – for the preseason, that is. These are the NFL online betting odds for the game on September 1st at the Oakland Alameda Coliseum:
 
Seahawks +1½ (-105) 38½ (-110) 
Raiders -1½ (-115) 38½ (-110)

NFL Preseason Betting Week 3: Giants vs. Jets

New York Giants vs. New York Jets -  NFL Preseason Week 3 PreviewNew York, New York indeed. Big Apple fans who like to bet on NFL will be torn when it comes to choosing between the Giants and the Jets when the two teams clash on Saturday, August 27th at MetLife Stadium (where else?). Or not. Either way, it is as good a chance as any to place an online NFL bet.

NFL Betting paid off for fans of Bengals, among others

NFL betting winningsNFL betting fans who stuck to the Cincinnati Bengals after their preseason opener loss to the Minnesota Vikings got their worth for the money they bet on NFL.

Drama Unfolds in the NFL

NFL DramaAs the preseason continues to roll on,  sportsbooks continue to prime their NFL betting lines in anticipation for another football season. Even though the start of the 2016 NFL season is less than a month away it seems the NFL is still not ready to close the book on last year’s Al Jazeera report that defamed several NFL stars. As the drama continues to unfold it seems that the NFL is getting ready to hand out suspensions in response to the lack of interest the accused players have had in regards to getting to the bottom of this case. 

NFL Betting Favorites Deliver in Preseason Week 1 Games

NFL Preseason bettingNFL betting favorites such as the New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos delivered the goods in their preseason openers, while the Carolina Panthers started off on the wrong foot. In addition to that, teams that entered week 1 as the favorites in their respective match-ups also lived up to the expectations of people who bet on NFL.

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