What’re the odds looking like for every NFL team going into week two?
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Each of these terms may be called by another name. When you come down to it, these are the major terms that can be lumped under the heading odds. Bookmakers use odds to even out the bets, getting gamblers to wager on both sides of the line by leveling the playing field. Although there is overall parity in the NFL, there are teams that are haves and others that are have-nots.
Indianapolis is still superior to Cincinnati but when they play each other the bookies have to get about half of the bettors to put cash on the Bengals. That number is called the rotation number. Rotation numbers are standard from sportsbook to sportsbook. The number becomes a way to refer to the game and team without mentioning the teams name. Also, the rotation number allows each book to list the games in the same order—numerically.
It is, in essence, a way to keep all of the games that are posted each day and throughout the week organized. That makes it easy for the bettor and the bookie. In our scenario, the Bengals are the home team, which means they will be listed last and the Colts, as the visitors, will be on the odds slip first.
When you place a bet live at a Vegas sportsbook or over the phone, you would say the number of the team on which you want to wager and not the name. Usually the spread will be first. Thus, all of the basic bets are in one place, allowing for easy access. The point spread, which is the most popular type of bet, lists the favored team with a minus sign and a number and the underdog with a plus sign and the same number as the favorite.
The team that has the minus sign, which is the favorite, has points deducted from its final score, while the dog, with the plus sign, has points added.
The favorite must beat the spread, which means they have to win by more than the negative number to pay off. The underdog pays off in two instances—if they win outright or if they lose by less than the spread.