2014 - 2015 NFL Betting - BetDSI Football Lines
When it comes to sports betting, the NFL is the undisputed King. There is nothing that compares with the NFL at the sportsbook. Let’s take a look at NFL betting and the key dates to keep in mind for the 2014 NFL schedule.
The most popular day for betting football is Sunday with many NFL games on the board but there are actually more football betting lines available on Saturday because there are more games available. And the two biggest games each week are Sunday Night Football on NBC and Monday Night Football on ESPN.
NFL Odds and Schedule
The NFL plays a 16-game schedule spread out over 17 weeks as each team gets a bye. The preseason begins each August, the regular season in September, the playoffs in January and the Super Bowl in February.
The 2014 NFL preseason begins on Sunday, August 3rd with the Hall of Fame Game between the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills.
The 2014 NFL regular season begins on Thursday, September 4th as the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers on NBC. The weekly action continues throughout the year with games on Thursdays, Sundays and Mondays.
BetDSI sportsbook has a multitude of NFL betting options available throughout the year including NFL futures, NFL props, Super Bowl betting odds, halftime lines, etc. Let’s take a look at what to expect in NFL betting for the 2014 season.
NFL 2014 Regular Season
The 2014 NFL regular season begins on Thursday, September 4th as the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers on NBC television. The regular season concludes with Week 17 action on Sunday, December 28th. The NFL playoffs begin the following week with Wild Card action and everything culminates with Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, February 1st at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Super Bowl Odds
Heading into the 2014 NFL season the favorites to win Super Bowl XLIV are the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks. The Denver Broncos were upset last season by the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. Make sure to check out Super Bowl odds right now at BetDSI sportsbook for the 2014 NFL season.
How to Bet on NFL
There are a multitude of choices when it comes to betting on the NFL at BetDSI Sportsbook. You can bet on the side or the total and lay the traditional 11/10 or you can choose to bet the money line where there is no pointspread involved. With side betting you are either laying points or taking points and trying to cover the spread. With the total you are betting whether the amount of points scored will go over or under the total posted at the sportsbook. With the money line you don’t have to worry about the pointspread at all as you just need your team to win. Not to be left out of NFL betting is parlays and teasers where you are putting multiple teams on one ticket hoping that they all win and cover the spread to get a big payout at the online sportsbook.
NFL Quarter Lines
You can choose to bet on each of the four quarters of an NFL game. This is an additional option in NFL betting at the sports book. When you bet on quarters it is just like betting on the full game as you have the side and total and sometimes the money line. The only difference is that your bet is only for one of the four quarters and not for the entire game.
You can bet on teams to win the Super Bowl, their respective conferences and their divisions in NFL futures. The odds to win the Super Bowl will be up throughout the year at BetDSI sportsbook while odds to win the division are available before the season begins. Also available in NFL futures before the season starts are team win totals. This is where you bet over or under the amount of games you think a team will win during the regular season.
NFL Props / Proposition Bets
A great option that is available at the sportsbook on some of the marquee television games including Sunday Night and Monday Night Football are proposition bets (props). These bets are extremely popular in the Super Bowl as people bet on everything from the opening coin toss to who will score the first touchdown. Some of the common props are on which team will score first, what the first score of the game will be (touchdown, field goal or safety) player vs. player matchups and team scoring totals. Betting an NFL prop is just like betting the money line or the total where you are choosing one side or the other and laying money instead of points.