Monday Night Football is a marquee event on the weekly NFL schedule and, as a standalone primetime game, the eyes of the football world are fixated on MNF odds. Since it’s the last game of the week, Monday Night Football betting action is hefty.
Bettors have dozens of NFL odds to explore in advance of the game, plus an expanding live betting menu as the game plays out. Here’s what to expect for MNF games this year including live Monday Night Football odds and how to bet on MNF online.
This week’s Monday Night Football odds: moneyline, spread, totals
Monday Night Football brings in tons of volume for legal sportsbooks like DraftKings Maryland or Caesar sports betting app. Check the live odds feed below for real-time odds for MNF. Click on any MNF odds to go to the sportsbook and claim your MA sports betting bonus.
NFL Monday Night Football schedule 2023
There are plenty of intriguing matchups to be found on this year’s MNF slate. Check NFL.com for a complete look at what to expect each week. All games kickoff at 8:15 p.m. and can be found on ESPN.
When do the Ravens play on Monday Night Football?
There will be some local flavor on MNF three times this season. The Baltimore Ravens get the primetime treatment on Nov. 7 against the New Orleans Saints, while the Washington Commanders will play Philadelphia on Nov. 14. You can also bet on the Ravens or place bets on the WFT.
Best bets for Monday Night Football
As the last game on the NFL slate for the week, MNF is a very popular attraction at the betting window. All of the main pregame bets will bring in plenty of action, and live betting is very active once the games get underway. As bettors prepare for the games, the following wagers will receive plenty of attention.
A simple bet in which you just have to pick the winner from the favorite or underdog, designated by negative and positive odds respectively. At FanDuel Sportsbook Maryland, the listing for money line odds might look like this:
- Indianapolis Colts +105
- Baltimore Ravens -125
MNF point spread
Oddsmakers set a spread for all NFL games. You can take the favorite minus the points or the dog plus the number with the goal of covering the spread. Point spread odds might be shown in the following format at books such as Caesars Maryland Sportsbook:
- Seattle Seahawks +1.5 (-110)
- Washington Football Team -1.5 (-110)
You get to choose over or under on the estimated total points scored for the game, a number that’s also set by the sportsbooks. Totals betting odds may be presented like this at BetMGM Online Sportsbook in Maryland:
- Over 48.5 (-110)
- Under 48.5 (-110)
A prop bet is a way to get in some side action on the game for things that may or may not happen from the perspective of the game, teams, or players.
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- Over 5 (+105)
- Under 5 (-115)
You can also check out single-game parlay options which allow you to make multiple picks from the same game, such as a player prop and a spread bet. Sportsbooks also have a tendency to put out incentives for big primetime games, so be on the lookout for odds boosts, special props, and other opportunities. In short, you have plenty of ways to get in the game with MNF.
Live NFL betting on Monday Night Football
After MNF kicks off, you’ll naturally want to settle in and watch the game. While doing so, be sure to be logged in on your legal Maryland sports betting app of choice to explore all of the live betting opportunities on the game. You’ll be able to bet in real-time in a number of different ways in this fast-moving market. Among the options you’ll find include:
- New NFL odds for moneyline, spread, and totals based on what’s happening
- A wide range of new prop betting opportunities
- Wager on segments of the game like drives, quarters, and halves
Live betting was once an innovative and intriguing offering from select operators. It’s now a feature that you’ll find virtually everywhere due to major demand. Also known as in-play, it’s an incredibly popular style of betting for NFL primetime games. Once you take the plunge, there’s a good chance that your appreciation of MNF will grow even further.
How to stream MNF Football in Maryland
You can find Monday Night Football each and every week of the season on ESPN. For Week 1 in 2021, ABC will be joining in with simulcast coverage. Kickoff time for all games is 8:15 p.m. ET with extensive pregame coverage found on the ESPN family of networks.
ESPN is easy to find on cable, satellite, and streaming packages. The network also provides a feed online and via its app, but note that valid login credentials from your provider will be required to access.
There’s also the option of Yahoo Sports and Verizon, which provide coverage of select local and primetime games for customers. When you pick up the feed on your device, you can get the best of both worlds by logging into your sportsbook app for live betting opportunities.
3 most memorable MNF moments for Ravens/Commanders
The history of MNF stretches back to the 1970 NFL season. The two local franchises have had plenty of moments on the big stage, but their performance of late on MNF has been vastly different. Since 2010, the Ravens are 9-4 in this window, while Washington is just 2-13. Here’s a look back at a trio of memorable games for the two clubs over that span.
Dec. 14, 2020 – Ravens 47-42 over Browns
In one of the most thrilling regular-season games of 2020, Baltimore took the trek to Cleveland and a shootout followed. The Ravens appeared to have the game in hand at the half, but the Browns stormed back after the break. A Justin Tucker field goal would prove to be the difference-maker in the end.
Dec. 7, 2015 – Cowboys 19-16 over Washington
The Dallas-Washington rivalry has been one of the best in NFL annals. While this game wasn’t filled with scoring, a slugfest that turned into a defensive struggle with both sides having trouble hanging onto the ball turned into a recipe for entertainment. Dan Bailey nailed a 54-yard field goal in the end to give the visiting Cowboys the victory.
Nov. 24, 2015 – Ravens 34-27 over Saints
MNF in New Orleans is typically a good time, and this one fits the bill without issue. The Saints held a slight edge at the half, but the Ravens got it going from there and managed to hang on for the seven-point win. Justin Forsett had himself a night out of the Ravens backfield, rushing for 182 yards and two scores.