New York Pro Football Betting Guide

This portion of our guide is designed to provide insight into the NFL betting options available to New York residents, as well as information on the state's own professional teams. As mentioned throughout our site, there are legal opportunities for New Yorkers to enjoy betting on football through legally licensed and regulated offshore sportsbooks. For more information on this, visit our introduction to New York sports betting, or our section dedicated to explaining New York betting laws. Once you've read our guide, you will be able to definitely answer the question: Is it legal to bet on professional football in New York? To assist bettors in the Empire State in reaching the optimal destinations for legitimate NFL betting lines, we've included a list of recommended brands that have all been vetted by professional analysts to ensure their legitimacy, quality and overall value to the industry. We have created the same type of guide to betting on New York professional basketball teams. Following is our list of trusted sportsbook brands, followed by some helpful information on each of the New York pro football teams.

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Betting on New York Professional NFL Teams

New York Giants

The New York Giants had a horrendous season in 2013. They started out 0-6, and finished 7-9 overall. There are several strengths to this team. First, they have the quarterback Eli Manning that has 2 Super Bowl rings with this team. He had a rocky performance in the 2013 season with 27 interceptions and his personal worst throwing season. He is 33 years old, but he is a veteran that knows the game. There is no place to go but up for him. The Giants also have good defensive backs that can hit, cover, and intercept. Second, they have added several secondary players including Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Get more information on this team from our guide to betting on the NY Giants.

New York Jets

The New York Jets were in the playoffs in 2010. Since then, there have been a lot of problems. The New York Jets were all over the place in 2013 and were in quarterback controversy all year long. Mark Sanchez, and Gino Smith, were all in and out of the limelight (Michael Vick has also been added to the list). They did not make the playoffs again and finished 8-8. They were an abysmal 31st in passing offense and 22nd in passing defense. Their 2014 season is not going very smoothly for them either, with a record of 2-8 a little more than half way through the season. Get more insight into this team from our page dedicated to betting on the NY Jets.

Buffalo Bills

2014 marks the 50th year anniversary of the Buffalo Bills' first American Football League Championship. The team has only had one owner from 1960 to 2014, Ralph Wilson, who died in 2014 at the age of 95. The Bills are the single NFL team to ever win 4 conference championships consecutively. They are also the one and only NFL team to play in four Super Bowl games consecutively. Learn more about this team in our guide to betting on the Buffalo Bills.