NFL odds are some of the tightest lines in sports. Above are the latest odds from the most popular and trustworthy online sportsbooks in the industry. The betting lines that you end up choosing can make a huge difference in your bankroll. Adding just a couple of wins due to a half or full point difference in the odds could increase your profits in a big way. Comparing these odds each week should give you an excellent idea which sportsbooks have the most favorable lines for the games you wager on.
NFL Odds Legend
# (Rotation Number)
The rotation number is a unique identifier for each team on the board on any given day. These are used primarily by brick-and-mortar sportsbooks as an easy way to identify which team to bet on. Online books provide these as well, but they aren't as useful in a digital setting.
The time that the game is scheduled to start. All times are Eastern.
These odds represent the very first lines that were available on the game. This can be useful if you want to see how oddsmakers have adjusted their lines since the odds were first posted.
Current score for the game (if available).
The percentage of bets received on a side or total. Note that this number represents the percentage of the total number of bets placed on each side or total, not the actual amount of money wagered.
The average of the odds listed.
Average Power Ranking
Estimated home team spread based on an average of the major power ranking services (see our power rankings for a full list of sites used).
The odds under each logo represent the latest odds for that book. You can click on any of the odds to see a list of timestamped line movements for that sportsbook.
Odds Type Filter
By default we show the spread and total for the NFL. You can change the filter at the top of the page to show only money lines, both money lines and totals, or any individual odds type available.
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