The NFL season is still a ways away, but dedicated fans and bettors across the nation always have football on their minds. With so much time and energy focused on finding out who will win, which players to draft in fantasy, and who will cover the spread most, the summertime is not usually a time to think about game point totals. And when they cross a bettor’s mind, they are likely focused on the high-scoring games that go over the Vegas total.
Perhaps more profitable, if not as exciting, is identifying which games and teams will play to the under more often. With this underutilized market in mind, FloridaBet decided to break from Florida sports betting updates and look back at all NFL over/under results from the past ten seasons, utilizing data from SportsOddHistory.com, to see which current stadiums have hit the most unders.
Top NFL Stadiums for Under Bettors Since 2013
This data includes all regular season games, playoff games and Super Bowls played at the given stadium. We instituted a five-year minimum in the research, excluding Allegiant Stadium and SoFi Stadium from the list.
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TIAA Bank Field Hits Under Often
Seeing such traditionally high-flying teams as the Chiefs and Falcons have their stadiums rank so high on the list comes as a surprise initially, considering those teams often score a ton of points. However, this isn’t a ranking of which games see the least points, but a ranking of which teams go under the Vegas total the most. With many teams that play in the stadiums at the top of the list being strong offensive squads, Vegas will have the totals of their games much higher than others.
For Florida bettors looking to hit an under close to home, TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville is the place to bet, as they rank eighth on the list with a 44-34 record for the under. The Jaguars have only had a playoff-quality team for a couple of those ten years so their inability to put up points certainly helped that record. They had a 9-8 record overall last year, but still played to the under more often than not with nine unders hitting compared to eight overs.
Visitors to Jacksonville also have to deal with more heat than they are accustomed to, especially when coming from colder weather areas. The heat could play a role, but Miami’s home games don’t rank highly on this list so there are arguments on both sides of that coin.
The Jaguars should be competitive once again this year, but regardless of how well they do when they kickoff at home the under is much more likely to hit than the over. Keep up with the Jaguars Super Bowl odds all year with us!