NFL Prop Bet Calculator

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Betting on the final outcome of a game is the cornerstone of sports betting. But games can be long and sometimes gamblers don’t want to wait 3 hours to find out if they win or lose. Bettors looking to add a little more variety to their gameday may want to consider adding some prop bets to their repertoire. Once reserved almost exclusively for Super Bowl Sunday, the rise of online sportsbooks has brought with it the ability for bettors to bet props on just about every NFL game that is played.

What Are Prop Bets

Prop bets or proposition bets offer the bettor a seemingly endless variety of things to bet on for any given football game. They are wagers on specific events or combinations of events to happen during the course of a game. Of course the more unlikely the event the bigger the payday which is one reason that prop bets are seeming to become increasingly popular.

What Types of NFL Prop Bets Are There

A very popular type of prop bet is on the first score of the game. Bettors can choose to wager whether it will be a touchdown, field goal, or even a safety. A touchdown or a field goal may seem like safe choices but in both Super Bowl XLVI and Super Bowl XLVII, the first score of the game was a safety, which made for a handsome payday for those brave enough to bet it.

Other popular props involve whether seemingly uncommon plays like a 4th down conversion, 2 point conversion will happen. The nice thing about those types of props is that you get to watch the whole game hoping for them to happen but as soon as they do, you can start celebrating. More traditional bets on the other hand are not over until the final whistle. No lead can really be considered safe anymore, just ask the Atlanta Falcons.

If you are a fan of the kicking game, you can bet on how many punts or field goals there will be. You can bet on which will be the highest-scoring quarter or whether either team will score 3 or 4 consecutive times. There really are a seemingly endless variety of other options. 

The Gaming Today NFL Prop Bet Calcuator

Props

Odds
Probability
To Win
First Score Touchdown
Last Score Touchdown
Last Score of First Half Is Field Goal
Three Consecutive Scores
Four Consecutive Scores
Team to Score First Wins
Team to Score Last Wins
Safety
Overtime
2-Pt Conversion
Margin of Victory 3 Points
Margin of Victory 7 Points
Scoreless Quarter
Both Teams Have Lead in First Half
Both Teams Have Lead in Second Half
Touchdowns Under 5
Touchdowns Under 5.5
Field Goals Under 2.5
Field Goals Under 3.5
Field Goals Under 3
Field Goals Under 4
Field Goals Under 4.5
Field Goals Exactly 3
Field Goals Exactly 4
Punts Under 7.5
Punts Under 8
Punts Under 8.5
Punts Under 9
Punts Under 9.5
Punts Under 10
Punts Under 10.5
Largest Lead Under 13.5
Largest Lead Under 14.5
Largest Lead Under 15.5
Largest Lead Under 16.5
Largest Lead Under 17.5
Tied After 0-0
Total Points Odd
Lowest Scoring Quarter Under 3.5
Combined TD & FG Under 7.5
Combined TD & FG Under 8.5
Highest Scoring Quarter Under 20
Highest Scoring Quarter Under 19.5
First Downs Under 39
First Downs Under 39.5
Any Quarter Tied
Field Goal in Quarter 1
Field Goal in Quarter 2
Field Goal in Quarter 3
Field Goal in Quarter 4
Touchdown in Quarter 1
Touchdown in Quarter 2
Touchdown in Quarter 3
Touchdown in Quarter 4
Lowest Scoring Quarter Under 3.5 Points
Score Tied After First Half
Quarter 1 Highest Scoring — Ties Lose
Quarter 2 Highest Scoring — Ties Lose
Quarter 3 Highest Scoring — Ties Lose
Quarter 4 Highest Scoring — Ties Lose
Tie for Highest Scoring Quarter

Comparison Props

Odds
Probability
To Win
Home Wins
Home Wins First Half
Home Wins Quarter 1
Home Wins Quarter 2
Home Wins Quarter 3
Home Wins Quarter 4
Home Scores First
Home Scores Last
Home First to 8 Points
Home First to 10 Points
Home First to 20 Points
Away Ever Ahead
Home Ever Ahead
Home Highest Scoring Quarter
Away Highest Scoring Quarter
Tie Highest Scoring Quarter
Away Ahead After Every Quarter
Home Ahead After Every Quarter
Away Ahead After Both Halves
Home Ahead After Both Halves
Away Wins Both Halves
Home Wins Both Halves
Home Wins Every Quarter
Home More First Downs +1.5

Away Team Props

Odds
Probability
To Win
Score in All Four Quarters
Field Goal in Quarter 1
Field Goal in Quarter 2
Field Goal in Quarter 3
Field Goal in Quarter 4
Touchdown in Quarter 1
Touchdown in Quarter 2
Touchdown in Quarter 3
Touchdown in Quarter 4
Under 7.5 Kicking Points
Under 8.5 Kicking Points
Under 9.5 Kicking Points
First Score Touchdown
First Downs Under 19
First Downs Under 19.5
First Downs Under 20.5
First Downs Under 21.5
First Quarter Points Under 3.5
Last Score Touchdown
Total Points Odd
Field Goals Under 0.5
Field Goals Under 1
Field Goals Under 1.5
Field Goals Under 2
Field Goals Under 2.5
Field Goals Under 3
Field Goals Under 3.5
Score in Both Halves
First Quarter Points Under 3.5
Under 3.5 Punts
Under 4.5 Punts

Home Team Props

Odds
Probability
To Win
Score in All Four Quarters
Field Goal in Quarter 1
Field Goal in Quarter 2
Field Goal in Quarter 3
Field Goal in Quarter 4
Touchdown in Quarter 1
Touchdown in Quarter 2
Touchdown in Quarter 3
Touchdown in Quarter 4
Under 7.5 Kicking Points
Under 8.5 Kicking Points
Under 9.5 Kicking Points
First Score Touchdown
First Downs Under 19
First Downs Under 19.5
First Downs Under 20.5
First Downs Under 21.5
First Quarter Points Under 3.5
Last Score Touchdown
Total Points Odd
Field Goals Under 0.5
Field Goals Under 1
Field Goals Under 1.5
Field Goals Under 2
Field Goals Under 2.5
Field Goals Under 3
Field Goals Under 3.5
Score in Both Halves
First Quarter Points Under 3.5
Under 3.5 Punts
Under 4.5 Punts

What Is A NFL Prop Bet Calculator

An NFL Prop Bet Calculator attempts to find the fair price for a large number of props based on a very limited number of inputs. It takes the spread and over/under total for the game and calculates the probability of dozens of popular props based on a database of historical games. It calculates both the probability of the event happening, the odds you would need to get an advantage and tells you how much you would win for a given bet size.

How To Use A NFL Prop Bet Calculator

The NFL Prop Bet calculator is remarkably simple to use. You simply enter the point spread of the game and the projected total points as well as your desired bet amount. For each prop listed, it will tell you the probability that the stated event will happen, what odds you would need to get to make it a fair bet, and what the payout would be for your standard bet size. 

You can then take those numbers and compare them to the odds at your favorite sports betting site to look for good values. Or another option is to start by looking at the props on your favorite sports betting site to find one that looks like fun. Then check the NFL prop bet calculator to see what the fair odds should be based on historical probabilities before you decide whether you really want to make the bet.

For instance, it may not feel very likely that one team scores 3 consecutive times in an NFL game but it happens over 62% of the time so if you see that prop offered at even money that would be a great bet. 

Check out some of our other NFL betting resources:

NFL Betting Guide

Super Bowl Odds Guide

NFL Spread Calculator

FAQs – NFL Prop Bet Calculators

Where can I find prop bets?

It used to be that you would only see prop bets in Vegas on Super Bowl Sunday. Now you can find some amount of props on just about every online sportsbook for just about every NFL game. There are plenty of sites out there so shop around until you find one that has a selection that you like.

Why do I need an NFL prop bet calculator?

An NFL prop bet calculator can help you find bets that may be undervalued by the market.

Can an NFL Prop bet calculator help me win?

It is a good place to start!  The NFL prop bet calculator shows you the probability of each event based on a historical database of NFL games. If you take the time to shop for undervalued props, you can find some good bets out there. Of course, the calculator is based on average historical performances. You should always make sure to consider specific factors such as injuries and weather before making any final betting decisions.

About the Author

John Yantosh

John is an engineer by day and a sports lover by night. He is an unapologetic homer for all Philly sports teams as well as his alma mater, Villanova.

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