Who’ll Make the NFL Playoffs?
The NFL regular season doesn’t even begin until next week and already one of the hottest NFL bets is “Who’ll Make the NFL Playoffs”? The Denver Broncos (-714), New England Patriots (-500) and Seattle Seahawks (-400) are obviously favorites. According to early odds on NFL playoff bets, so are the San Francisco 49ers (-303), the Indianapolis Colts (-222), and the Green Bay Packers (-200). Odds on other teams and dozens of other NFL odds and props are posted and regularly updated at the world’s original online sportsbook, Intertops Sportsbook.
The 2014 NFL Regular Season opens on September 4th when the Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers. The defending Super Bowl champions enter this campaign at +550 favorites to go back-to-back. Intertops Sportsbook expects the hosts to start with a win over Green Bay, with the money line at -5.
The visitors will be out to improve on last year, when they went 8-7-1 in the regular season but lost out to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Wild Card Playoff Game.
“The Seahawks dominated last year’s Super Bowl, and we expect them to be in the mix once again this year,” said Intertops’ oddsmaker. “Green Bay shouldn’t cause their opponents too many problems in theory, but the NFL can always throw up surprises.”
To Win Super Bowl XLIX
Seattle Seahawks +550
Denver Broncos +600
San Francisco 49ers +700
New England Patriots +800
Green Bay Packers +1200
New Orleans Saints +1200
Indianapolis Colts +2200
All NFL odds quoted are as of today at Intertops.eu and are subject to change.
To celebrate the start of the 2014 season, Intertops is offering a special 20% kickoff bonus up to $100 for anyone who makes a deposit by 10:20 ET on September 8th. You can also qualify for a huge $500 free bet on NFL by wagering $5,000 or more on the NFL regular season at minimum odds of -200.
All odds quoted are as of today at Intertops.eu and are subject to change.
LARRY COLCY (TheGamblogger) is one of the editors of BettingInstinct. He talks mainly about poker and casino games in his gambling blog and on his YouTube channel but can’t help but get caught up in sports betting during World Cup, Super Bowl and March Madness.