NFL Consensus Picks & Public Betting Money Percentages Trends
NFL Public Bets Report November 27, 2022
Here is a look at the latest public betting splits for the given week in the NFL season. You can find how bettors are wagering on the spread, total, and moneyline.
2022 NFL Week 1 Betting Trends at DraftKings
About NFL Public Consensus Picks
Betting on the NFL is the most popular event in U.S. sports wagering culture. It is also extremely difficult to make money every week of the NFL season. We are not saying that other sports are less complicated, but the grind of the NFL season is very tough on sports bettors. NFL consensus picks and public bets info is a must-have tool for any true NFL betting fan who is looking to win or cover the spread each week of the season. ActionRush.com provides NFL public betting trends on the games each night courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, BetMGM, FanDuel and Caesars Sportsbook.
What exactly is an NFL consensus pick? An example would be viewing the betting public picks above and seeing the Chiefs -3 over the TB Bucs getting 71% of the action at DraftKings. The public is heavily backing the Chiefs, while only 29% percent of bettors are backing the underdog Bucs at +3. A simple football handicapping strategy would be to “fade the public” and bet the Bucs plus the points. College Football Consensus Picks are also available daily on Action Rush.
NFL Consensus FAQ
What are NFL Consensus Picks?
NFL consensus picks detail the betting percentage that the betting public is on for an NFL game. The NFL consensus provides bettors an indication of how much action sportsbooks are seeing on either side of an NFL matchup.
Should I fade public NFL bets?
Many sports bettors like to fade NFL Public Bets or consensus pick percentages. The numbers behind this betting theory are not as strong as most people think, but if played properly could certainly equal solid returns.
Should I bet on NFL favorites more often?
NFL home favorites cover the point-spread 46.25 percent of the time, while road favorites cover a higher percentage of the time at 51.38 percent.