Introduction to the NFL Over-Under Bet

 

In sports wagering with top sportsbooks, there are  a few bets that are thought  to be routine bets and the over-under is  one of them. The over-under is a straightforward wager where the bettor makes a decision whether the final score of a certain NFL game will be  more than or less than a posted limit. The limit  stands for the sum total points  scored by both teams. Hence, you either bet on the over or the under.

 

The over-under is noted in the following  way with the visiting team first:

Cleveland Browns
o/u 39.5
Denver Broncos

In this game, the over-under is specified with a decimal, which is an impossible  result. That’s done to stay clear of a push, meaning that the overall points for this game will wind up either above or shown below the number posted. If the over-under were 39 or 40, then the teams could possibly wind up with 39 or 40 points. Then there could be a tie and all bets would  be returned.

In our instance if the  total amount is under 40, the under wins, of if more than 39, the over wagers gain the cash. It’s that simple.

In NFL sports wagering, the over-under is not merely chosen out of thin   air. Like the pointspread, moneyline and all other wagers, it’s based on a variety of aspects, including particular statistics related to scoring offense and defense.

Prior to wagering on the over-under check out the pointspread. This will  tell you how close the experts believe the score will be. Compare that to the over-under number! That will provide you a good scenario of just how the scoring is anticipated to go.

In other words, if the pointspread on the game listed above has Denver favored at

-10.5 that would  suggest that the score  when taken into consideration versus the over-under is anticipated to be something like:.

Cleveland 14.5

Denver 25.

These numbers are approximate, yet they offer you a great idea of exactly what 39 total points would certainly resemble if they play out in reality.  If you assume Cleveland  will score less, however Denver will still rack up 25 points, then you may intend to go with the under. Similarly, if after doing your research you think Denver  will certainly score an additional TD and Cleveland will also score at least 14 than you should go with the over bet.

But, what if the pointspread has Cleveland at -3.5? Exactly how would  that appear  with the same over-under?

Cleveland 21.5
Denver  18.

Once more, checking out that probable outcome based on coordinating the pointspread with the over-under, you would ask yourself if the point total for each  team makes sense. If the totals don’t, then based upon your evaluation,  you would choose the appropriate over-under bet.

If you have the ability to make use of all information at your fingertips, using numbers offered by the handicappers, you can fairly  easily determine how exact the over-under might be. Use this device to assist you in making winning bets!