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Get the latest odds, spreads and betting lines from this week's games, as well as full coverage of the National Football League from USA TODAY
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Important Sports Betting Terms. Side: The side is the Point Spread (a bet “against the spread”) or in baseball, the Run-Line, and in hockey, the Puck-Line. Money: This is the “Moneyline” bet where sportsbooks adjust the price of the wager instead of using a point spread to handicap a sports matchup. Moneylines are more popular for MLB and NHL betting.
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A point spread is a popular form of wagering on football. It shows each team with a (+) or (-) handicap, commonly referred to as the 'line'. You win a point spread by predicting the winner of a game with the line factored into the final score. The accompanying odds determine the ratio of risk to reward just like with a moneyline bet.
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