If you are looking for an exciting way to bet on a game, sports betting offers many ways to win. There are games for team-based and player-based outcomes. Similarly to totals, there are props for each game. These wagers include the Vikings Over 3.5 sacks and Carson Wentz Over 230.5 passing yards. During the postseason and Super Bowl, NFL props will be especially popular. While over-under bets and touchdown scorer markets are popular options, you can also try your hand at futures. These are betting options that will result in a specific outcome, such as the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl.
An over/under bet has two components. The first is the moneyline, which is the implied probability that the team will win. The moneyline for a favorite team is minus, while the underdog team has plus odds. Obviously, you can only win if your team wins the game, so make sure the team you pick is winning. The second type of bet is called the totals, and it refers to the projected number of points in a game. You can place a bet on the totals for a full game, a half game, a quarter, or both teams.
Legalized sports betting is gaining momentum across the United States, but it is still far from being allowed in most states. The Action Network tracks efforts to legalize sports betting across the country and provides detailed updates to its users. Be sure to check these pages often for the latest updates on the laws in your state. It’s also a good idea to sign up for an NFL betting app if you plan on watching the Super Bowl. If you have a smartphone, check out the official website of FanDuel, where you can find the latest news on NFL game odds.