Changes In NFL Betting

NFL betting has changed significantly over the past few seasons. No longer are sports betting fans limited to betting on the money line. These days, there a far wider range of markets to bet on, while bookmakers are also offering prop bets to compete with the huge success of fantasy sports.

There’s never been a better choice when it comes to betting on weekly action, whether the regular Sunday schedule or Monday night Football. This expanded choice helps to explain while NFL betting is only becoming more popular. So, if you’re tired of betting on the same markets, below are three ways you can spice things up. And while not every sportsbook offers these particular markets, you’ll find them available at those who understands their customers' NFL needs.

Prop Betting
A number of the best sports bookmakers are offering prop bets. The idea is to compete with other players in the market who are offering this type of bets, i.e. fantasy sports. You can even place bets on quarterbacks, specifically how many yards they throw for or touchdowns they throw. This bridges the gap between sports betting and fantasy sports betting, the latter of which has become more popular worldwide, in the U.S. especially. However, for those who enjoy betting, it provides a new way to enjoy their favorite pastime in 2020.

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Points Betting
Many people have wagered on the conventional points betting market, which is an over/under line on a game's total points. Now, however, there's a far wider range of points betting options you can bet on. Points betting is growing in popularity, as it enables you to place a bet without needing to predict the winner.

You can bet on the first scorer, the first team to reach 10 or 20 points, whether points will be scored in every quarter, which half will see the most points scored, and more. With more options to watch the games, there’re more action on the types of betting lines. Just as is the case with the total points betting line that some of you might be used to, these are betting markets you can take advantage of if you’re bored of just guessing the winner of the game.

Small Sections
An NFL game lasts for 60 minutes of clock time, with four 15-minute quarters. Now these quarters have become an integral part of sports betting, you’re no longer limited to betting on the game as a whole. Many sports- not just the NFL- have seen an increase in betting markets that divide the game into sections. This means that you can bet on a specific quarter or half, as opposed to the full 60 minutes.

If the Buffalo Bills tend to start fast and score early, for example, you can place a bet on them to lead at the end of the first quarter or half, as opposed to the entire game. You can bet on any of these markets in play if you wish, which makes them even more popular. For example, if something occurs in the first quarter that gives an advantage to a particular team, you can bet on them to win the second quarter while the game is in play. The fact that these markets exist, along with the evolution of in-play betting, has created numerous opportunities for dividing the game into sections.

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