Many NFL betting players look at the Monday night game as the last opportunity to bail out for the entire NFL betting week. If NFL betting didn’t go well on Sunday then the Monday night game offers football betting gamblers a last chance to get even or perhaps even make money for the week.
Monday Night Football has become the ultimate public game since it is nationally televised at a time when it is the only football game on the betting board. That exclusive prime time spot on TV has made Monday Night Football something special for many years. Monday Night Football is a tradition that dates back many years. It began in 1970 on ABC and has continued ever since. It moved to ESPN in 2006 ending the 36 year run on ABC. NFL betting players always look forward to watching Monday Night Football. It airs on ESPN in the United States, TSN in Canada and in most of Europe on NASN. There are also other ESPN options like ESPN International and ESPN Deportes.
It used to be that many NFL betting players would always search each football betting season hoping for an underdog on Monday Night Football. The home underdog was a big NFL betting trend for many years and made football betting gamblers a lot of money. That ended after oddsmakers caught onto the trend and as NFL betting games began to even out. Most of the time NFL betting players will look to bet the favorite and the over on Monday nights so the home underdog theory was an interesting one in NFL betting.
The Monday Night Football phenomenon is something special to NFL betting players. There is nothing like having action on the last game of the NFL betting week, whether it is on a football betting side, a total or a parlay. The last game of the football betting week holds exceptional excitement for NFL betting players. As you consider football betting this season you will always want to keep in mind the Monday Night Football schedule. NFL betting on Monday nights will begin with two games on September 10th as Baltimore is at Cincinnati and Arizona is at San Francisco. It is the only NFL betting doubleheader on Monday night in 2007.