NFL Football Odds & Handicapping Database
The databases have changed. Start typing the team name in the box and pick a suggestion. Do the same for the opponent field, or leave blank if it’s a team vs league-wide search. Make sure you touch each search box to ensure the results come back as accurately as possible. For more information and tutorial on how to use the databases and how to get the best value and results, click here
The NFL database here at Odds Shark is not a simple archive listing all the games. It’s a do-it-yourself searchable database that allows you to pick your team, a matchup or a situation and ask the database questions. How do the Eagles perform as a road underdog of 3-7 points? How do the Cowboys do in the week before a bye week? How about the Patriots vs the Dolphins head to head for the past 15 seasons? You ask the questions, the NFL database will crunch the numbers and send back the results. We have added some functionality to make more sense of the results so that you can more easily analyze the search results. If you don’t find anything interesting in searching the Patriots as a favorite, refine the search and make it a home favorite or a home favorite of 10 points or more.
Its the ultimate freedom for NFL handicappers to search for their own angles and do their own betting research. The NFL database includes boxscore data from 1994 to present and from 1980 for odds and totals. It’s a huge archive that we will be adding special features to in the coming months, with a view to turning it into a subscriber service (maybe $10 a month gets visitors all the cool new features). So search the database, look for trends and angles and just satisfy your curiosity by confirming the final score and point spread of that game 13 years ago. Good luck.
Carolina finished dead last in 2010 and earned the top pick in the draft, but anyone who has used the NFL Database here never dreamed of betting against the Panthers when they visited New Orleans. Why? Because the database knows that Carolina is 10-0 against the spread in the past 10 season at the Superdome. That's right - 10 games, 10 ATS losses. The searchable NFL database holds tons of handicapping secrets and to learn about them, all you need to do is ask. Boxscores, NFL odds archives and more dating back to 1980. That's right, the start of the Ronald Reagen administration and a season that would see the Oakland Raiders beat Philadelphia in Super Bowl XV (the first Wild Card team to win it all). Pick and choose what NFL stats and trends you want to see. You are in control of the data and it's FREE!