Live NFL Odds at US Sportsbooks

Find live NFL odds for each game here! View current odds for NFL betting: moneyline, point spread, and totals. Each of the underlined odds link to the specific sportsbook and matchup. The sportsbook with the best odds for a given bet will be highlighted in yellow.

Each of the sportsbooks above are legal and regulated NFL sportsbooks in the United States. Select your state in the top right hand corner to find the relevant sportsbooks available in your area.

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NFL odds will also show live lines when games are underway. Line shopping is the easiest way to get an edge in sports betting – find the best odds here at Sportsbook Scout.

Compare odds at the biggest US sportsbooks:

NFL Odds This Week – Opening Lines for Playoffs Divisional Round

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal (Over/Under)
Los Angeles Rams+265+7 (-110)Over 46.5 (-110)
Green Bay Packers-330-7 (-110)Under 46.5 (-110)
Baltimore Ravens+118+3 (-128)Over 49.5 (-110)
Buffalo Bills-142-3 (+104)Under 49.5 (-110)
Cleveland Browns+385+10 (-110)Over 55.5 (-110)
Kansas City Chiefs-500-10 (-110)Under 55.5 (-110)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+146+3 (-106)Over 49.5 (-114)
New Orleans Saints-174-3 (-114)Under 49.5 (-106)
2021 NFL Playoff Odds – Divisional Round Opening Lines

How to read NFL odds

NFL odds (often referred to as “vegas odds” or “NFL lines”) have three main markets: point spread, moneyline, and total (over/under). Each type of bet has a different meaning, so it is important to understand how they work.

NFL Point Spread Odds

NFL point spreads represent how many points a team needs to win or lose by in order for you to win your bet. Take the following game as an example:

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Dallas Cowboys (+3, -110) at Chicago Bears (-3, -110)

In the parentheses next to each team, there are two numbers. The first number is the point spread, while the second number is the odds.

NFL Point Spread: The Favorite and Underdog

Sportsbooks offering NFL point spreads will always have two sides of a bet: favorites and underdogs.

Favorites are always accompanied by a negative (-) numbers, while underdogs are always positive (+) numbers.

If you wanted to bet on the Dallas Cowboys at +3, that would mean the Cowboys need to win the game OR lose by less than 3 points.

Let’s say the final score was Dallas Cowboys 28, Chicago Bears 30. This means the Cowboys lost by 2 points, and covered the spread of +3.

NFL Odds and Lines

The odds associated with +3 in this example was -110. These represent American odds, and determine your payout if you win your bet.

If the odds are negative, then the number represents the amount you need to bet to win $100. Don’t let the $100 figure scare you – it is just used to make the math easier.

So you would need to bet $110 on the Cowboys +3 at -110 odds in order to win $100.

If the Cowboys odds were +105, then you would need to bet $100 to win $105.