Which NFL Stadiums Are the Best for Betting Overs?

Which NFL Stadiums Are the Best for Betting Overs?
Fact Checked by Pat McLoone

After a disappointing 8-9 record last season for a third-place finish in the AFC East, the New England Patriots are looking to bounce back when the 2023 campaign begins at home against the Super Bowl runner-up, the Philadelphia Eagles, Sept. 10 (CBS, 4:25 p.m.).

While the Patriots odds to win the Super Bowl aren't providing much hope this season, many fans are eager for this year's opener, as the franchise will honor legendary quarterback Tom Brady.

Brady, of course, just retired and hasn’t played for New England for a few years.

The Patriots, behind quarterback Mac Jones, need more firepower on the offense, having scored just 21.4 points per game (17th out of 32 teams) in 2022. Massachusetts sportsbooks don't expect much from the Pats this season, with their win total set at just 7.5 Wins.

Over the last 10 seasons, though, points have gone up on the board when teams square off at Gillette Stadium.

BetMassachusetts.com – your source for Massachusetts betting promos - looked back at all NFL over/under results from the past 10 seasons. We used data from SportsOddHistory.com to see which current stadiums have hit the most overs. 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 (Las Vegas Raiders) and SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers) from the list.    
Here is what we found out:

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Best NFL Stadiums for Over Bettors Since 2013

Rank Stadium Over Percentage Total Over Record
1.  Ford Field (Lions) 59.15% 48-33-1
2. Caesars Superdome (Saints)  55.29%  47-38
3. AT&T Stadium (Cowboys)  54.71%  46-38-1
4. Nissan Stadium (Titans)  53.75%  43-37
5. New Era Stadium (Bills)  53.41%  43-39-1
6. US Bank Stadium (Vikings)  53.33%  32-28
7. Paycor Stadium (Bengals)  53.01%  43-38-1
8. Hard Rock Stadium (Dolphins)  51.88%  41-38-1
9. Gillette Stadium (Patriots)  51.65%  47-44
10. Acrisure Stadium (Steelers)  51.2%  42-40-1


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Patriots Crack Top 10

New England managed to get into the top 10, finishing ninth for most overs with an overall record of 47-44 (51.65%) since 2013 at Gillette Stadium.

No. 1 on our “overs’ list is the Detroit Lions with an overall record of 48-33-1 (59.15%) at Ford Field.

Two AFC East divisional rivals also made the list.

The Buffalo Bills had a 43-39-1 record (53.41%) at Nee Era Stadium and finished No. 5. At No. 8 was the Miami Dolphins (Hard Rock Stadium) with a 41-38-1 record (51.88%).

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Lou Monaco

Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media (NJ.com) in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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