There are several ways to bet on NFL games. When betting on the National Football League, you can wager on bet types likes the point spread, totals (also known as OVER/UNDERs), and the moneyline. Other popular NFL betting types also include NFL futures, game and player props, parlays, teasers, and live betting.
When oddsmakers release a betting line on a game, the first thing they do is decide which team should be the favorite and which should be the underdog. The favorite is the team that is expected to win the game and will get a minus sign next to its odds, while the underdog is expected to lose and gets a plus sign .
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DraftKings Sportsbook users can wager on the vast majority of teams, sports and events. However, some state betting regulations prohibit wagering on certain sports or athletic events. New Jersey and New Hampshire, for example, do not allow betting on collegiate sports teams from within their jurisdictions.
When wagering on Major League Baseball, you can bet on the moneyline (who will win), the runline (point spread), totals (combined score), futures, player and team props (strikeouts, RBIs and home runs), parlays, and you can bet live (in-play). You can even bet on the top half of a baseball game (first five innings).
Moneyline: The most basic way to bet on a game. You pick which team you think is going to win the game and if they do, you win on your bet.
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