You can place long-term wagers on a team’s chances to win the Super Bowl or its division. Odds compilers assign prices to teams based on their strengths and weaknesses. The odds for the Kansas City Chiefs to win the Super Bowl, for example, are +600. The Washington Football Team is an outsider at +10000. These teams have a high probability of reaching the postseason, while the Cincinnati Bengals would struggle to make an impact.
Another strategy is to watch the line move during a game. In some cases, the line will move in the opposite direction than the betting public. If you notice the odds moving in the opposite direction, it may mean that sharp bettors have been on the losing team. It is important to track line movement so you can make the right bet. You can bet on the team that has a good history of winning while watching the game. You may also want to take a look at the moneyline.
NFL games have team-based outcomes, which are called props. Props are similar to totals. For example, the Vikings Over 3.5 sacks and Carson Wentz Over 230.5 passing yards are team props. NFL game futures are related to the season’s totals and results. If the Chiefs win the Super Bowl and Patrick Mahomes is named MVP, that is a team prop. However, it is important to remember that NFL games are influenced by the market, and you should make your wagers accordingly.