If you’re looking for an edge in your NFL betting, don’t shy away from betting on Thursday night games. The data suggests that these games are just as likely to produce winners and losers as games played on other nights of the week. People bet on Thursday Night Football Games because they are televised games. The NFL Network has made them a “must watch” event. But the games are not must wins or losses. Coaches and players may not like them, because of the short week, but that does not mean you should avoid them. NFLbets is here to tell you that the data says to bet on them. Placing bets on a Thursday Night Game is just as risky as any other game. We provide the latest thursday night football odds and matchups so you can make the best decision for your bets. Our TNF odds come from the top sportsbooks in the industry, so you can be sure you are getting the best information. Our TNF betting trends will help you place the best bets possible.
The first now-traditional Thursday NFL opening-day game kicked off in 2002. Since then, the over has gone just 8-9-1 – however, in games involving the defending Super Bowl champion, the over is 7-5-1..
FanDuel offers a free $1,000 bet on Thursday Night Football. Miami Dolphins take on Buffalo Bills in the Wild Card round. The offer is valid until the end of the game.
The first season of Thursday Night Football on Prime Video attracted 11.3 million viewers. The previous season the games attracted 16.2 million. There was a 41% decline in the Nielsen numbers from 16 million to 9.58 million, but the streamer was able to attract more younger viewers and viewers with higher incomes. The median age of viewers dropped to 47 on TNF on Amazon. It was the youngest in a decade for a full-season NFL package. T NF on PMV viewers earned a Median Household Income of $98,500. Men 18-34 were up 18% from last season.
Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions are playing the final game of the NFL regular season. If the Packers win, they will be the No. 7 seed in the NFC.
The 2022 NFL season is coming to an end. The NFL will soon go from having 16 games per week to a maximum of six. College football bowl games are coming down. There will be no Thursday Night Football game on the NFL schedule for the next few years.
Ezekiel Elliott scored a touchdown for the ninth straight game on Thursday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans. It gave the Cowboys an early 7-0 lead. According to NFL Research, Elliott is just the fifth player since 2000 to reach 9 straight games with a rushing touchdown in a single season.
Dallas Cowboys (11-4) are playing on Thursday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans (7-8). The Cowboys are expected to win and the Titans to lose. If the Cowboys win, the Eagles will clinch the NFC East.
The Cowboys are playing a game at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. They haven't advanced further than the divisional round of the playoffs in 21 years. The team has been criticized for playing prime time games a year. The Cowboys have won five rings, but they haven’t advanced any further in the NFL playoffs since the turn of century.
The NFL season is coming to an end. There are only six spots left for the playoffs. The last two weeks of the season will decide which team will qualify. This week the Cowboys and Titans play each other.
The 2022 NFL regular season is coming to a close. Thursday Night Football is streamed only on Amazon Prime. The game is a continuation of something new when it comes to watching football. There are plenty of storylines surrounding this game.
Who the hell likes football on Thursday nights? Not coaches or players, who must fear that turnovers and injuries on a shortened week of practice. Not fans who are just as often treated to a mistake-ridden slogfest or a blowout as a watchable game. NFLbets dares say that perhaps not even the paraphernalia creators dig on the NFL Network’s TNF games as much as previously, because clearly NFL Marketing is taking a bath on the exclusive “Color Rush” jerseys. Seriously, who like those things?
The Thursday Night Football games – broadcasts, beginning in 2018, on Fox! – also have a bad reputation among NFL bettors as tough to call. One would expect more variance in these games, of course, given the aforementioned short week and the amplified issues with East Coasts-to-West Coast travel.
But is there really more variance in Thursday Night Football games? In theory, there should be – but is that reflected in the betting markets?
To answer that question, we took a look at the results of all games played on Thursday nights since the NFL started airing them on its own network in 2006. We then compared the results to all games played on Sunday and Monday nights during the same period.
The results of our analysis were surprising. We found that there was no statistically significant difference in the results of games played on Thursday, Sunday and Monday nights.
This means that, on average, there is no greater chance of a team winning or losing a game on Thursday night than there is on Sunday or Monday night.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that every game is a toss-up. There is still likely to be more variance in games played on Thursday night, due to the shortened week of preparation. But overall, the results of our analysis suggest that betting on Thursday night games is no more risky than betting on games played on other nights of the week.
So if you’re looking for an edge in your NFL betting, don’t shy away from betting on Thursday night games. The data suggests that these games are just as likely to produce winners and losers as games played on other nights of the week.
Now that you know that Thursday night games are just as risky as other NFL games, it’s time to start looking at the betting odds and betting trends for the upcoming slate of games.
At NFLbets, we have all the information you need to make informed betting decisions on Thursday night games. We have the latest odds and betting trends for all the upcoming games, as well as in-depth analysis of the matchups.
So be sure to check out our Thursday night betting section for all the latest information on the upcoming games. And good luck with your bets!