NFL Betting Odds For Christmas Day Matchups 2022

Betting on football games is popular all year round, but there is something special about betting on NFL Christmas day games. Whether it’s the family gathered around the TV or the smell of chestnuts roasting on an open fire, winning extra holiday money from betting on sports adds to the season.

Each year the NFL has a few Christmas day matchups, and since this year’s holiday falls on Sunday, three games are scheduled.

NFL Game Odds

There are games scheduled for Christmas day, each with game lines. The following game line odds are available at BetOnline’s sportsbook.

 Green Bay Packers vs. Miami Dolphins

  • Spread: +3½ (-105), -3½ (-115)
  • Money line: +170, -195
  • Totals: 49½ (-112), U 49½ (-108)

Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Rams

  • Spread: -2½ (-110), +2½ (-110)
  • Money line: -138, +118
  • Totals: 36½ (-115), U 36½ (-105)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals

  • Spread: -6½ (-113), +6½ (-107)
  • Money line: -285, +240
  • Totals: 41 (-110), U 41 (-110)

How To Wager On NFL Game lines

When using PH legal online sportsbooks to bet on NFL game lines, you have three options; spread, totals, and money line. 

Spread odds include betting on how many points a team will win or lose. These odds are typically close and are often represented by 3.5 or 6.5 points. Half points are usually included with spread odds to give oddsmakers an edge.

Money line odds are betting on the winner of the game. The favorite is always the team with the lowest number, often a negative number. When betting on the money line, underdog odds payout the most but are also often considered risky.

When betting on NFL total odds, you are wagering on the total amount of points scored between both teams. Total odds are a fun bet where it doesn’t matter who wins the game, just how many total points are scored. 

NFL Post Season

The NFL post-season is right around the corner, and some teams have already clinched a playoff spot. When the post-season begins, you can bet on game lines, futures, and props for the playoffs and, eventually, the Super Bowl.

The 2023 NFL Super Bowl will occur on Sunday, Feb. 12, in Glendale, Arizona, at the State Farm Stadium (Home of the Arizona Cardinals). At the end of each NFL season, the winner from the AFC and the NFC Conferences meet for the Super Bowl, which has grown into the biggest betting event of the year.