Get a free bet on the 2022 NFL season

The fixtures and dates have been confirmed for this season’s NFL campaign which gets underway with round one in September. There were plenty of talking points from the opening games as some of the league’s top teams prepare to face-off. Week one is still some months away and there’s plenty to get through before then but it’ll be worth the wait.

The leading betting sites already have their NFL betting odds available and there’s something to suit all gamblers and football fans. You can bet on the winner of the divisions, the playoffs or even look ahead to who you expect will be crowned Super Bowl champion. The markets are fascinating, the odds generous and there’s no shortage of welcome bonuses available for new players.

Before making your bets on the teams and players you should make sure you are getting the best deal possible. Is your current sportsbook offering you a completely free bet on the action? If not, they should be. Use the Bovada bonus code today and you’ll land a free bet that can be used to gamble on the top markets.


Who the traders are backing

It’s still pre-season and there’s a lot of work to be done between now and week one of the championship. Traders, arrivals, exits and injuries in summer can make a huge difference to how a team performs. That’s why many experienced bettors prefer to wait until the end of summer before making predictions on the teams they expect to do well in a season.

Playing the long game may improve your chances of backing a winner and beating the bookies but many sites encourage players to get in early by offering bigger odds during pre-season. With each signing and big arrival made at a team their price will drop. Act now and you’ll get a nice price on the team you fancy to go all the way.

Do you agree with how the traders see this campaign going? The money men at all major bookies have made their early predictions and all agree on the team most likely to come out on top and win the Super Bowl next winter. That team is the Kansas City Chiefs who sit at the head of the betting. Some firms are stronger on the Chiefs than others but all respected sportsbooks have them as the one to beat.

Kansas have attracted plenty of attention in the betting ring so far but they aren’t the only side that has been popular. Their main challengers have also attracted wagers with Tampa Bay Buccaneers ranked as second favourites. We then see the Buffalo Bills make up the top three in the betting. Any other side winning the Super Bowl in February would be viewed as a big upset in the betting. The rank outsider, the team without a hope of getting anywhere near the final, in the eyes of the betting, is the Houston Texans who have a price that tells us they may as well not bother turning up. Poor Texans fans will be hoping for a shock result.


How to bet

To place bets on the outright winners of this NFL season or in the games played each week you must hold a registered account with a sports betting site. Thankfully, it takes less than three minutes to set-up an online betting account and you must complete this process only once with each firm.

When you sign up for an online betting account with a major bookmaker and place your first bet on NFL you will qualify for a welcome bonus free bet. Each of the most-famous sportsbooks offer new players a bonus when they sign up. This is to entice players to gamble with that site over the competition. It works well for both the bettor and the bookie.

Welcome bonuses come in all shapes and sizes to ensure there’s something for everyone. You are sure to find a promo that appeals to you today. Some are better than others, however, with the terms and conditions of certain bonuses making it difficult to withdraw any winnings made from the bonus. Be sure to read the T&Cs attached to your chosen offer before confirming.

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