NFL Futures Odds, Predictions and Betting Lines

Looking for the latest NFL futures odds, predictions, and betting lines? You’ve come to the right place!

Check out everything from standard betting odds to what our team is predicting will go down during the 2023 NFL season. Our odds, picks, and rankings are updated regularly to ensure that you are provided with the most accurate and up-to-date information possible.

Our futures pages include markets such as division winners, the team wins totals, the MVP race, most rushing yards, and much more. So if you’re looking to throw down a long-term bet and need help figuring out where to start or just want to read a few experts’ opinions, then take a look at any of the pages below.

Remember, futures bets are more dangerous because they’re long-term and not short-term, but they can also be much more profitable because of the favorable odds. Pick wisely and be patient!

NFL Futures Bet Examples

Let’s take a look at one of the most common NFL futures bets, which is predicting the Super Bowl winner. Here’s a glance at the odds for the top Super Bowl contenders in 2023.



Kansas City Chiefs


Philadelphia Eagles


Buffalo Bills


San Francisco 49ers


Cincinnati Bengals


Dallas Cowboys


New York Jets


Baltimore Ravens


Detroit Lions


Jacksonville Jaguars


Los Angeles Chargers


Miami Dolphins


The favorite in this market is the Kansas City Chiefs at +600. That does not mean that they are guaranteed to win the Super Bowl, but it means the oddsmakers view them as the most likely to do so.

Also, because the Super Bowl still isn’t for several months, the Chiefs have great value and aren’t as juiced as they would be if they had the best record in the league 14 weeks into the season. 

Most major sportsbooks will offer futures bets such as this Super Bowl market. You can find out what sportsbook and NFL betting site is the best for you by reading our betting guides and reviews.

Along with the Super Bowl example that we outlined earlier, here are more examples of popular NFL futures bets.

  • Division champion
  • Conference champion
  • MVP
  • Super Bowl MVP
  • Passing yards leader
  • Rushing yards leader
  • Receiving yards leader
  • Record-breaker
  • Team wins totals
  • Super Bowl champion
  • And more…

You will find a full selection of futures bets simply by navigating to the futures section on the NFL page of your preferred sportsbook.

Placing a Futures Bet

Placing a futures bet is simple. Just pick your favorite bet from your favorite market, assign a stake amount, and press submit.

You will be able to track the progress of your bet over the course of its life span on your sportsbook. Many will offer cash-outs, or the opportunity to withdraw winnings prematurely.

Make sure that you have done plenty of research on your bet and the sportsbook you have identified before placing the bet. 

Futures Payout

Most futures bets have greater payouts than traditional game lines in major markets such as the spread. That makes them more profitable if they hit. But remember, a bet only has a nice value if it actually hits.

Let’s say, using the chart above, you place a $100 bet on the Baltimore Ravens to win the Super Bowl at +1800. That means that, if they win, you will receive a $1,900 payout, or $1,800 in profit.

We have full breakdowns on how to read and interpret betting odds and place wagers on our betting guides. 

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NFL Futures FAQ

What Will I Need to Register for Sports Betting App?

Sportsbooks need to collect basic information from customers before an account can be opened. That information includes a user’s first and last name, address, email, phone number, social security number, and date of birth. It will later ask for payment information so that the user can submit a deposit.

What Are the Most Popular Futures Markets?

The most popular futures markets are Super Bowl, conference, and division champions, and team wins totals. The MVP is also a popular market but is not available in every state with NFL betting.

What Is the “Bet Amount”?

The bet amount is simply how much a user is willing to risk on their bet.

What Is My “Payout”?

The payout is how much money a user will receive if their bet hits. Note that it includes the amount of the original stake plus an additional profit margin that falls in line with the odds.

What Does the  “-” and “+” Mean in Sports Betting?

Betting odds are read differently depending on if they include a “+” or a “-.”Odds that begin with a “+” means that a bet of $100 leads to that much in profit. So, a $100 bet on +400 odds will result in a $500 win, or $400 of profit.Odds that begin with a “-” means that a bet of the amount shown is required to profit $100. For example, a $120 bet on -120 odds will lead to a $220 payout, or $100 in profit.

What Is Line Shopping?

Line shopping is simply the practice of comparing odds for a particular betting line across multiple sportsbooks to find out which one offers the best value to the bettor.

Why Does the Line Move?

Betting lines move constantly and can be influenced by developments, changes in projections, public betting pressure, weather, injuries, and pretty much anything else. Keep an eye on line movement to find out when to take the plunge and potentially when to cash-out.

Can I Bet Futures if I Do Not Live In The Same State as the Sportsbook?

You must be in a state with legal sports betting to access a sportsbook and place a futures bet. If you leave that state after your bet has been placed legally, it will still be eligible for winnings.

What Is the Upside to Betting Futures?

The upside to betting futures is that it can bring excitement to a long NFL season and also result in payouts greater than they normally would be.

What Is the Downside to Betting Futures?

The downside to betting futures is that because the endpoints are so far in the future, they are unpredictable and much harder to cash.

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