Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (9) jogs off the field after a sack in the first quarter during the AFC championship NFL game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs.

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NFL Odds

You can bet on the latest NFL odds every week of the regular season and playoffs at the WynnBET online sportsbook.

During the NFL regular season, NFL odds are compiled by our trading team from Weeks 1 through 18 and it doesn’t stop when the playoffs come around. NFL odds are devised by our trading team based on many different factors and you can utilize articles from the WynnBET Playbook to help inform your decisions.

Pre-game odds appear early on in the week leading up to the weekend’s games and those all-important point spreads are where many NFL betting minds will be focused. While pre-game NFL betting sees plenty of action, it’s live NFL betting where it gets even more exciting.

Live NFL Betting

Betting on the action as it happens is a pulsating way to immerse yourself in the NFL. When an NFL game reaches kickoff, the NFL betting lines move up and down depending on the action on the field.

Say a team scores a touchdown early on, then you’ll see the odds on them to win decrease. Watching the game and know it was a lucky TD? Bet the other side of the matchup and benefit from the favorable odds.

Live NFL betting is available on every matchup and is activated shortly after kickoff. Select the matchup you like, place your bet and get all the latest stats from our in-app game center.

NFL Betting Lines

When football fans talk about NFL betting lines, they are referring to the markets to bet on a given matchup. There are three NFL betting lines that are more popular than any other: the spread, total and moneyline.

The spread assigns a plus or minus value to each team depending on how much of a favorite they are considered to be. Let's use the example of the Chicago Bears against the New England Patriots.

  • Bears +8

  • Patriots -8

The Patriots are an eight-point favorite. That means if you back them to win, they need to be up by nine points for your bet to win. The Bears are an eight-point underdog. That means they can lose by seven points or less and you still win.

The total refers to the total number of combined points scored in the game. This is set by oddsmakers and is expressed as an over/under total. 

The moneyline is the easiest to understand. When picking this NFL betting line you are wagering on a team to win with no spread. 

NFL Parlays

Making picks from multiple games and combining them for a higher potential payout is what creating an NFL parlay is all about. Whether you’re stacking together two selections in a two-leg parlay or going big with a 10-leg parlay, all options are on the table at the WynnBET Sportsbook.

Build Your Own Bet™ on NFL Sunday

Want to combine multiple picks from the same game into one NFL parlay? Build Your Own Bet™ is what you need. You can find Build Your Own Bet™ within the page for each matchup and it offers you the ultimate way to build a customized parlay for the game of your choice. 

For example, say you want to bet on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to cover, Tom Brady to throw for over 300 yards and the points total to be over 47 points. All you need to do is select these from the choices under the Build Your Own Bet™ tab, go to your bet slip and tap bet. Then you’re done. It’s that simple to place a Build Your Own Bet™ NFL parlay on WynnBET.


Backing who is going to be the league’s best player is one market where we see plenty of action all season long. NFL MVP odds are part of a group of markets called NFL Futures, where you are betting on something that has an outcome that will take place at the end of the season. 

The options on who to back for NFL MVP are displayed as a list of players with their odds alongside. For example, if you bet on Buffalo Bills Quarterback Josh Allen to be MVP at odds of +120, he would need to be named MVP for your bet to win.

How to Bet on NFL 

The WynnBET Playbook is the place to find detailed NFL betting guides that are there to assist you. We’ve got everything you need including How to Bet on Football, How to Bet Win Totals on NFL, How to Play a Futures Bet and a lot more.

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