Free Betting Picks
Each year, billions of dollars are bet on the NFL, the National Football League.
In the American sports and sports betting spheres, the NFL remains king and is poised to do so for years to come.
As sports betting has evolved, betting on the NFL has as well. At all of the top online sportsbooks, there are markets upon markets upon markets to place wagers during the season and even in the offseason.
Whether you bet on several games each week, bet only on the team that you follow, or only engage in Super Bowl betting each February, our NFL betting content is for you.
Here’s a rundown of some of what you can find at Betting News.
NFL Betting Predictions & Analysis
Looking for coverage of the top matchups and betting-centered storylines throughout the season? Our trio of NFL writers, Devon Platana, Nate “Shaggy Bets” Hornung, and Eddie Griffin, have you covered.
Weekly NFL Odds & Consensus Picks
In addition to the predictions and picks provided by our writers, we have odds and consensus picks for every matchup from Week 1 to the Super Bowl.
As with our NBA, MLB, NHL, and NCAA football picks, our NFL picks are aggregated from top trusted sources.
NFL Betting Strategy – Learn How to Bet on the NFL
There are many, many ways to bet on the NFL, and there are many, many ways to turn a profit by betting on the NFL.
Newer or more casual bettors might find our betting guides and how-tos most useful, but the information we provide is intended for bettors of all experience and interest levels.
NFL Futures Odds
Betting on games isn’t the only way that you can bet on the NFL. There are a lot of futures odds options to choose from both during the season and in the offseason, from Super Bowl winner odds, NFL MVP odds, NFL Draft odds, and beyond.
At Betting News, you can keep up with the latest odds and favorites from all of those markets and more.
Super Bowl Betting Guide 2024
The Super Bowl, which is the NFL’s championship game, is the most popular sporting event in the United States.
Since the first Super Bowl, which was in 1967, both the game itself and Super Bowl Sunday have turned into a spectacle matched by few sports or entertainment events.
Every February, millions of Super Bowl bets are placed on a vast variety of betting markets. The options range from the serious, such as the Super Bowl spread, to the frivolous, like Super Bowl Gatorade color odds. You can learn notable history, trends, and strategies with our guides to those markets and others.
We have pages for all 32 NFL teams, complete with schedules, results, statistics, betting information, and updated betting odds.
Those pages are updated throughout the season, so you will have all the information you need to have a successful season.
AFC (American Football Conference)
NFC (National Football Conference)
Top NFL Players of All Time
Betting content isn’t all we do here. Below, you can find bios for 25 of the most legendary names to grace the league, from pre-merger icons like the late Jim Brown to modern-day superstars like Tom Brady.
- Jim Brown “James Brown”
- Jerry Rice “Flash 80”
- Lawrence Taylor “L.T.”
- Walter Payton “Sweetness”
- Tom Brady “Tom Terrific”
- Joe Montana “Golden Joe”
- Reggie White “The Minister Of Defense”
- Peyton Manning “The Sheriff”
- Don Hutson “The Alabama Antelope”
- Dick Butkus “The Animal”
- Barry Sanders “Big Bad Barry”
- John Unitas “The Golden Arm”
- Anthony Munoz
- Joe Greene “Mean”
- John Elway “Duke”
- Dan Marino “Dan the Man”
- Ronnie Lott
- Otto Graham “Automatic Otto”
- Sammy Baugh “Slingin’ Sammy”
- Deacon Jones “The Secretary of Defense”
- Steve “Grit” Young
- Brett Favre “The Gunslinger”
- Jack Lambert “Jack Splat”
- Alan Page “The Purple People Eaters”
- Deion Sanders “Prime Time”