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Bettors who are new to NFL betting or betting in general may be a little confused with NFL spread betting, but it is pretty easy to understand once it is explained to you. We will explain what betting against the spread means below. For each NFL game the oddsmakers set a number of points in which the favored team is favored by.
Bettors can then either choose for the favored team to win by more than the number of points set, or bet on the underdogs to lose by less than the number of points they are underdogs by or win the game straight up. For example, the spread could be set on the favored team at 6. This would mean in order for a bet on the favored team on the spread to win they would need to win by more than 6. It also means that a bet on the underdog team would win if the underdogs lost by less than 6.
With the spread set at 2. A bet on New York would mean that the Giants would have to either lose by 2. Here is another example with a screenshot taken from 5Dimes. So for this example the Cowboys are 3. Add more favorite teams from the list below based on your geolocation. The most trusted voice in sports delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up now to receive Sports Illustrated's best content, special offers and much more.
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