The NFL season starts this weekend and we have selected the best tips and predictions for all the matches. This post contains this week's NFL betting tips and predictions from our american football tipsters, accumulators (parlay), highest odds and free bets!
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NFL WEEK 13 PREDICTIONS
This section contains our NFL Predictions for all of the games being played this week. These free NFL betting tips come with odds offered by the major sportsbook in the gambling industry. All the picks are delivered after a careful analysis of the most important factors such as previous meetings, team stats, power ratings, and all the info and stats that help you become a winner when betting on American Football.
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NFL ACCUMULATOR TIPS
Some of our most popular NFL bets are our weekly accumulators, combining our best NFL picks from our previous section to try and win a huge amount from a small stake.
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NFL Betting Tips
The NFL is the most popular sport in the USA and attracts the a huge betting activity on every game also in the UK, from Week 1 to the Super Bowl. Our expert NFL tipsters research every week throughout the season and the playoffs to provide you with the most accurate NFL picks free of charge.
Type Of NFL BetsBecause of the popularity of NFL betting, there are numerous bets available at all the best betting sites.
Moneyline is the easiest bet to make when getting started with this sport, as you just need to predict the winner of a NFL game.
Point spreads represent a point total that a team is predicted to win or lose by and it is safe to say that betting on NFL point spreads is probably one of the most popular wagering options nowadays.
Game Totals are also knows as Over/under. Punters must decide if they think the point total will fall above or below a given mark and place a wager on it. So you either root for or against points and don’t have to worry about which team is winning or how close the game is.
Proposition bets, also called prop bets, are wagers that can be made on just about any occurrence that can happen during the game or a season and you can surely find tons of NFL Player Props, NFL Team Props, NFL Super Bowl Props, NFL Draft Props and NFL Free Agent Props even on new betting sites.
Just like football accumulators, NFL accumulators involve wagering on multiple game betting lines at the same time for increased payouts. In order to win the acca, every leg that you select as part of this bet must be a winner.
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NFL Teams, Conferences and DivisionsThe NFL is divided into two conferences: the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). Each conference consist of 16 teams and are both divided in four divisions of four teams each.
Here are the four regional divisions for the American Football Conference (AFC):
The Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers make up the four teams in the AFC North division.
The Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Tennessee Titans make up the four teams in the AFC South division. The AFC South possesses the least Super Bowl victories of all NFL divisions with two. The Colts claim both titles.
The Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, and the New York Jets make up the four teams in the AFC East division. The Patriots and Steelers both have more Super Bowls (6) than three NFL divisions.
AFC WestThe Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas Raiders, and the Los Angeles Chargers make up the four teams in the AFC West division
The National Football Conference (NFC) is divided into the following regional groups:
The Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, and the Minnesota Vikings make up the four teams in the NFC North division.
The Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers make up the four teams in the NFC South.
The Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Washington Commanders make up the four teams in the NFC East division. The NFC East is undeniably the greatest of the NFL Divisions with 13 Super Bowl championships.
The Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, and the Seattle Seahawks make up the four teams in the NFC West division
How The NFL Regular Season and NFL PlayOffs Work
For the first time in 2021, each team played 17 games in the regular season rather than the previous 16.
Last year the league also increased the NFL playoff from 12 to 14 teams to feature seven teams per conference. That includes the eight division winners, plus six wild cards awarded to the three best teams from each conference who failed to win their division. Hence, an extra wild-card team has been added in the NFC and AFC.
The teams in each conference are seeded from one to seven based on their regular season records. The four division winners in the two conferences secure the top four seeds, regardless of their regular season record. Anyway, only the No. 1 seeds in each conference will have first-round byes.
The expanded NFL playoff will feature four rounds: Super Wild Card Weekend, Divisional round, Championship round and Super Bowl.
The Wild Card Weekend will feature six games instead of four while the Divisional round wil feature four games. The four winning teams from the Divisional round advance to the Conference Championships and play for a place in the Super Bowl.
Who will win the 2023 Super Bowl?
The LA Rams are the reigning Super Bowl champions but are not the favorites to win it all this coming season. The Buffalo Bills (6/1) have been holding steady as the favorites to win Super Bowl 57, followed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10/1) and the Kansas City Chiefs (10/1).
The Bills, who have ended their season with playoff losses to the Chiefs for the last two years, will rely upon Josh Allen, one of the top young QBs in the league. Over on defense, an already strong unit added LB Von Miller in free agency.
The Bucs will be led by Tom Brady, who has come out of retirement for at least one more season in the NFL. Despite their defensive struggles, their offensive power will be more than enough to outgun their opponents. Head coach Bruce Arians has stepped aside, but the talented Todd Bowles is taking over the team.
The Chiefs came up short in last year’s AFC title game. Star wideout Tyreek Hill has been traded to the Miami Dolphins but their offense will likely remain strong and solid as long as Patrick Mahomes remains there.
Other favorites to win the SUper Bowl LVII are Aaron Rodgers' Green Bay Packers, the Los Angeles Rams (current title holders), the LA Chargers who have been handed a favorable schedule and the San Francisco 49ers.
Below you can find the Super Bowl 2023 odds ahead of NFL week 1:
- BUF Bills 6/1
- TB Buccaneers 10/1
- KC Chiefs 10/1
- GB Packers 12/1
- LA Rams 12/1
- LA Chargers 15/1
- SF 49ers 16/1
- BAL Ravens 20/1
- DEN Broncos 20/1
- CIN Bengals 22/1
- PHI Eagles 25/1
- IND Colts 25/1
- DAL Cowboys 25/1
- MIN Vikings 40/1
- NO Saints 40/1
- LV Raiders 40/1
- MIA Dolphins 40/1
- NE Patriots 44/1
- TEN Titans 50/1
- ARI Cardinals 50/1
- CLE Browns 50/1
- WAS Commanders 80/1
- PIT Steelers 85/1
- CAR Panthers 125/1
- JAX Jaguars 125/1
- NY Giants 125/1
- DET Lions 150/1
- NY Jets 200/1
- CHI Bears 200/1
- SEA Seahawk 200/1
- ATL Falcons 300/1
- HOU Texans 300/1
When is the 2023 Super Bowl?
Super Bowl LVII is set for Feb. 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Fox will be handling broadcast duties.