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NFL Betting Tips
American sports are known for their fanatics and there is no other sport in the world that breeds crazy fans like the NFL. Lucky for us at AussieBets.com.au we have found some of the wildest that have been living and breathing NFL since the old days of John Madden Football in the mid 90’s. These lads know the ins and outs of all 32 teams in the league and know the strengths and weaknesses of every offence and defence. So you can let them punch the numbers and take in their weekly tips.
They will be breaking down each game giving you a best bet for every matchup. There will also be a Weekly NFL Multi that you can hang your hat on.
In Australia, NFL is becoming one of the most popular sports for betting, and with American Football being a relatively intricate game there are plenty of markets to choose from. Each NFL match offers a vast array of betting markets, ranging from predicting the game winner to the point spread and numerous Player Prop Bets, including touchdown scorers. The possibilities for NFL betting are nearly endless. Nonetheless, the primary three methods most people use to bet on an NFL game are the Money line, Point Spread, and Points Totals.
In the NFL, money line betting offers the simplest way to place a wager on a game. It's all about picking the team you believe will win the match. While ties are rare in NFL games, they can happen, leading to two types of money line bets. In a 2-way money line, you can only bet on either team X or team Y to win, resulting in a push if there's a tie. On the other hand, in a 3-way money line, where ties are considered, your money line bet on a team would be a loss if the game ends in a tie.
Line Betting or Betting Against The Spread (ATS)
When betting against the spread, you have two options:
- Betting on the favorite to win by a certain number of points
- Betting on the underdog to keep the game closer, either by winning outright or losing by less than the specified number of points.
Total Points or Over/Under Betting
NFL Over/Under betting offers a fantastic option for wagering on a match when you're unsure about picking a side, or you anticipate a close and tense game, or even a high-scoring shootout.
This type of bet involves predicting the total combined points scored by both teams. The sportsbooks set a line, such as 48.5, and if 49 or more points are scored, the over wins; if it's 48 or fewer points, the under wins. It's a great way to add excitement to the game without necessarily having a preference for one team over the other.
NFL Player Props
NFL Prop Bets allow you to wager on whether certain events will happen or not during a game. The most popular NFL player prop bet is on a player scoring a touchdown, but there are various other performance-based props, such as predicting whether a player will achieve over/under a certain number of passing, rushing, or receiving yards.
These prop bets add an exciting element of player performance matchups, appealing to fans of NFL fantasy football, which is why they enjoy widespread popularity among bettors.
NFL Team Props
Indeed, NFL Team Props allows you to bet on whether a team will or won't achieve a specific outcome in the game. These team props provide an excellent betting option when you have a stronger inclination towards one side of the game.
For instance, if you have seen the stats that the Titans allow an average of 14 points in the first half and they are going up against the Eagles who are great offensively in the first half, you may be inclined to bet on Philadelphia to score more than 13.5 points before halftime.
NFL Multi Bets
With action packed Sunday Night Football (Monday Morning Football in Oz) it is great to string together a few multi bets for each timeslot. Picking multiple winners is tough and should never be the bread and butter of your gambling tactics, but it’s a great way to get some good returns when backing multiple favourites.
NFL Future Betting
There is no bigger event in the world than the Super Bowl, so backing a winner or two at the start of the season can really turn out to be a masterstroke if your team can get there. You will definitely be the life of the party when you are throwing your chicken wings around when your team gets up after backing them from the start of the year. There are also plenty of other NFL future markets that are a little less difficult to back than the SB winner.
Future markets in NFL include:
Super Bowl Champion
The Super Bowl winner is just that, the team that is proudly crowd the Champions of the World in American Football.
NFL Most Valuable Player
The NFL MVP is awarded to the player that has been most influential throughout the home and away season and the playoffs. he award has been heavily skewed towards offensive players due to voters' inclination to favor these positions. Among the 57 undisputed winners, a staggering 54 of them were offensive players. Specifically, 38 quarterbacks and 16 running backs have emerged as the primary recipients of this prestigious accolade.
With 8 divisions in the NFL a punter can pick which team will top their division and get a playoff berth.
The NFL is split into 2 conferences, the AFC and the NFC. Before the season begins you can predict which of the 16 teams in each conference will be victorious and get a bye in the first round of the playoffs.
Team Season Wins Totals
The bookies will predict the amount of wins each team in the league will reach, while you as the punter can back if you expect them to win more/OVER the total or less/UNDER the total.
Season Player Props
With individual player statistics followed so closely in the NFL you can pick OVER or UNDER what the bookies predict on how a player will perform in his position.
For example, how many yards a quarterback will throw during the season or how many yards a running back will run. Or even how many sacks a linebacker may make.
NFL Live Streaming
Catch select NFL games in Australia on 7plus, Kayo Sports or Foxtel Now. Alternatively, sign up for an NFL Game Pass International subscription to stream NFL matches.
The National Football League (NFL) has a rich and storied history that began in 1920 when it was founded as the American Professional Football Association (APFA). Over the years, the league underwent several changes, rebranding as the NFL in 1922. In its early years, the NFL faced challenges, including competition from rival leagues and financial struggles.
However, in the 1950s, the league experienced a surge in popularity, aided by the advent of televised games. The NFL's prominence continued to grow, culminating in the 1966 merger with the American Football League (AFL), leading to the establishment of the Super Bowl as the championship game. Throughout the decades, the NFL has become an integral part of American culture, captivating millions of fans and producing legendary players and iconic moments. Today, the NFL stands as the most prominent professional football league in the world, celebrated for its unparalleled athleticism and entertainment.
Recent NFL Super Bowl Champions
Year - No. - Winner - Opposition - Score
- 2023 LVII Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles 38-35
- 2022 LVI Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals 23-20
- 2021 LV Tampa Bay Bucs Kansas City Chiefs 31-9
- 2020 LIV Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 31-20
- 2019 LIII New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13-3
- 2018 LII Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 41-33
- 2017 LI New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-28
- 2016 L Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24-10
- 2015 XLIX New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24
- 2014 XLVIII Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43-8
- 2013 XLVII Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34-31
- 2012 XLVI New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17
- 2011 XLV Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25
- 2010 XLIV New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 31–17
- 2009 XLIII Pittsburgh Steelers Arizona Cardinals 27-23
- 2008 XLII New York Giants New England Patriots 17-14
- 2007 XLI Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears 29-17
- 2006 XL Pittsburgh Seattle 21-10
- 2005 XXXIX New England Philadelphia 24-21
- 2004 XXXVIII New England Carolina 32-29
- 2003 XXXVII Tampa Bay Oakland 48-21
Recent NFL MVP
Year Pos Name Team
- 2003: QB Steve McNair, Tennessee Titans
- 2003: QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts
- 2004: QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts
- 2005: RB Shaun Alexander, Seattle Seahawks
- 2006: RB LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers
- 2007: QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots
- 2008: QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts
- 2009: QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts
- 2010: QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots
- 2011: QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
- 2012: RB Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
- 2013: QB Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
- 2014: QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
- 2015: QB Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers
- 2016: QB Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
- 2017: QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots
- 2018: QB Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
- 2019: QB Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
- 2020: QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
- 2021: QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers