Betting Rules Football

  1. For wagering purposes, winners and losers are determined by the final score (including overtime), provided that the game has gone at least 55 minutes.
  2. If a game is suspended after 55 minutes and not resumed the same day, then, regardless of whether the game is completed at a later date, the score when the game is halted will determine the betting results.
  3. If play is suspended before the completion of 55 minutes and not resumed the same day, all bets will be scored as “no action,” and all money is refunded.
  4. All wagers on the game and all wagers on the second half will include overtime scoring.
  5. Wagers on fourth quarters will not include overtime scoring.
  6. Unless noted before the event, all events must be played on the scheduled date and site to have action. Click to Compare our Teaser Odds

Game Props

  1. NFL Propositions will be graded using the results listed at www.NFL.com.
  2. Game Props are accepted as single wagers only
  3. Overtime counts towards outcome unless otherwise stated
  4. In the event of an abandoned game, wagers will be graded no action unless the proposition outcome has already been determined
  5. Wagers on fourth quarters will not include overtime scoring.
  6. Las Vegas wagering rules will apply to any situations not covered herein.

Player Props

  1. For all Football Propositions involving statistics for a player, that player must play in the game for wagers to have action
  2. For season props, players must play in the first game of the season for wager to have action
  3. For Props involving statistical totals for a single game, the game must go 55 minutes for wagers to have action, regardless whether the total has been reached or not.
  4. Overtime counts towards player props unless otherwise stated
  5. The Field Refers to any player not listed in a prop

Futures

  1. NFL season win totals and matchups are based on teams completing a 16 game regular season schedule
  2. AFC/NFC conference champs winners are the teams that represent each conference in the Super Bowl
  3. Divisional winners are based on teams completing a 16 game regular season schedule (NFL Tie Break Rules Apply)
  4. On NCAAF regular season wins and match-ups, teams must play every scheduled regular season game for action
  5. NCAA Football Futures: If the conference has an official championship game, the winner of the championship game is deemed to have won that conference. If the conference has co-champions, the first team picked by the BCS is graded as a winner, and all other teams are losers. If a conference has co-champions, and no team is picked by the BCS, ALL team wagers will be graded as “No action” and refunded. For divisional odds within conferences, the team participating in the conference championship game will be considered to have won that division.
  6. Futures will be graded at the end of the regular season.