An NFL money line of +200 means that you would win $200 on a successful $100 wager. That's also equivalent to fractional odds of 2/1, decimal odds of 3.00, and implied odds of 33.33 percent. A negative money line of -200 means that you would have to wager $200 in order to win $100.
For example, running backs and wide receivers score the bulk of touchdowns in an NFL game. If you were to bet on a running back like Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys to score an “Anytime Touchdown Score” pregame, his odds would typically be at -130 to -200 depending on the quality of the opponent.
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The Chiefs are listed at 6/1 odds (Bet $100 to win $600), while the defending champion Buccaneers are the third-betting choice at 10/1. In between Kansas City and Tampa Bay are the Green Bay Packers, who are currently at 9/1 odds. Here is a quick reference on Super Bowl odds for the upcoming 2021 NFL season.
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