American Football Conference Teams
If you're looking for the best advice for AFC football betting, you've certainly come to the right place. Here at Bookmaker sportsbook, we're preparing for the 2013 NFL season, as the top teams from the AFC battle it out for a spot in the Super Bowl. There are plenty of ways to wager on AFC football betting.
The New England Patriots are the defending AFC champions but fell short in the Super Bowl to the New York Giants. They will once again be one of the conference favorites when the season hits full swing in a couple short months. There are the other usual cast of characters expected to be in the mix, including the Baltimore Ravens, the New York Jets, the San Diego Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Denver Broncos have added Peyton Manning and if he is healthy, that is a team that could shoot into contention very quickly.
While there will be a futures bet about the AFC champion, there are plenty of wagers involving each team to keep a gambler satisfied. There are over-unders for the number of wins for each team in the AFC, as well as upcoming props on who will win each of the AFC divisions. Wagering on AFC football before the season begins can be lucrative. Future bets are generally tougher to peg but have a much higher payout. Those that can correctly forecast the season ahead can make a good amount of money on a small bet. Betting on the spread is one of the most common forms of AFC football gambling. In it, a point spread is laid out and the bettor can choose to give or take the points, choosing the favorite or the underdog. Wagering on the moneyline can pay off higher if an underdog wins, although the favorite generally captures the victories more often. The over-under is also a bet that the public likes to wager on. Compared to college football, the NFL lines can are closer as there is more parity and a more similar talent level among the teams.
Player props are also popular. There are current bets available to peg the NFL Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year. No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Luck, a quarterback out of Stanford who went to the Indianapolis Colts, is one of the favorites and he is currently in the AFC.
There is no shortage of bets available in the AFC, as some of the best teams in the NFL prepare to face off in the 2013 season in AFC football betting.
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