NFL football games feature dozens of props, or potential outcomes. These betting options can range from a Vikings Over 3.5 sacks to a Carson Wentz Over 230.5 passing yards. Propositions become increasingly popular during the postseason and Super Bowl, when the odds are even higher. Player props, such as the touchdown scorer and winning margin, are the most popular bets. Some props have long odds and pay out more than $100.
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The NFL is one of the most popular leagues for sports betting in the United States, and features numerous betting options. Among them are point spreads, moneylines, totals, teasers, props, and futures. Point spreads assign a predicted winning margin to each game. For example, the New England Patriots are a minus-7 point favorite against the New York Jets. A team can win the game and “cover” the spread if the underdogs lose by no more than nine points.