To place your bets on NFL games, you must know how NFL odds are determined. These odds are made by odds makers. In order to be a successful sports bettor, you must analyze each game and its odds in order to decide if it is worth betting on. If you want to maximize your winnings, you need to know how NFL odds are set.

When it comes to NFL betting, odds may move throughout the build-up and during the game. For example, a flurry of bets on the Falcons could lead to a sharp move in the NFL odds. Sharp bettors will take advantage of this move and bet accordingly.

While NFL game betting odds will depend on the game outcome, you can also place wagers on player props, which are bets that focus on certain aspects of a game. For example, you can bet on how many yards a QB will throw or the number of safety situations during the game. NFL props betting odds tend to increase dramatically during the Super Bowl. Other props include the number of times the President tweets during the game, what color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach, and which halftime entertainment will be selected by the NFL.

In the past two weeks, there were six games in which the underdog won outright. The four games that produced the best ROI were games between the Lions, Seahawks, Jets, and Jaguars. Assuming they win all their games, the Bears (+4.5) are a good pick.

If you don’t know what an NFL rotation number is, then you should do some research. Rotation numbers are numbers that are used from one sportsbook to the next. They are a common way for books to keep the same order. When you place a bet, make sure to specify the rotation number of the teams so that you can receive the correct odds.

Another popular way to bet on NFL games is to bet on totals. This is also known as under/over betting. This betting method asks you whether a game’s final score will be over or under a certain total set by the oddsmakers. To access NFL totals, simply select the ‘total’ option in the preferences menu.

Moneyline bets are the most popular type of NFL bets. These bets are easy to place. They involve choosing a team to win the game. They are the most simple form of bets and require no research or analysis. Typically, moneyline odds are represented by a three-digit number with a plus or minus sign before it. The moneyline line is posted alongside spread points.