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NFL Betting Trends

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Today we dive into the latest NFL betting trends. The NFL is one of the most wagered upon leagues in the world. The Super Bowl continues to get the most media attention worldwide. The event has become an international holiday of sorts as the world uses the day to come together and celebrate fellowship. It is also the most wagered upon event in all of sports. Because of this, there’s quite a bit of money to be made by wagering on the NFL. Also, you can use stats to help guide your wagers. Let’s take a look at what could help you make better betting decisions.

  • Margin of Victory

Did you know that the top 3 teams that had the highest margin of victory in the 2019 NFL season were also the three teams that were favored to win the Super Bowl? Yes. The Chiefs, Ravens and 49ers were the only teams to average a double digit margin of victory against their opponents in the 2019.  Seems far ago? It was. Because of this, you should pay attention closely the margin of victory statistic. For the reason this will often give you an idea of what teams will win divisions. Go to the playoffs and potentially win the Super Bowl.

  • Margin of Loss

In the 2019, the teams that had the largest point margin in terms of losing were also the bottom three teams in nearly every category. Want to learn more?

Latest 2020-2021 NFL Betting Trends

2021 NFL Betting Trends

The Redskins, Bengals and Dolphins were the only three teams to average a double-digit margin of loss in the 2019 NFL season.

In 2020 and forward, you should keep this statistic in mind. Especially, when mapping out your wagers. Teams that get blown out can often quit. This during the middle of games and if the opposing coach is a “Run-it-up” type of guy, you can use this knowledge to your advantage when making NFL wagers. As you plot your NFL wagers. Keep these factors in mind as embark on your mission of making profitable wagers.

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