2020 NFL Divisional Odds Tracker
- Get the most recent odds to win all eight divisions in the 2020 NFL season
- See how the odds have changed throughout the season
- View each team individually, or alongside the rest of their division
We are tracking the odds to win all eight divisions for the 2020 NFL season. The graphs below have been generated by averaging the odds from our most trusted online sports betting sites.
- [June 29] After signing Cam Newton, the Patriots are again favored to win the AFC East
- [May 27] For the first time this season, the Patriots are not favored to win the AFC East; the Bills have overtaken them, currently listed at +126
- [April 22] New England’s AFC East odds continue to fade ahead of the NFL Draft, as they’re no longer the odds-on favorites
- [March 18] The Patriots remain the favorites to win the AFC East despite losing Tom Brady in free agency
- [March 3] The Patriots have again opened as the odds-on favorites to win the AFC East, but with much longer odds than last year when they were -500
The New England Patriots have won the AFC East each of the last 11 seasons, and 16 of the last 17. The Miami Dolphins are the only other team to win it in that timeframe.
The Buffalo Bills are the team suffering through the longest drought. They have not won the division since 1995. The Indianapolis Colts have won this division more recently (1999).
|New England Patriots||+100|
|New York Jets||+700|
All odds taken June 29
- [April 27] All teams in the AFC North saw their odds move slightly after the NFL Draft, but nothing significant
- [March 18] The Ravens are still the odds-on favorites, but money has tightened the gap between them and the Steelers
- [March 3] To no surprise, the Ravens have opened as the odds-on favorites to win the AFC North
Three different teams have won the AFC North in the last five seasons. The Cleveland Browns are the odd team out, not having won the division since 1989.
- [June 29] Indianapolis’ AFC South odds have reached a new best at +120, while the Titans and Texans see their odds fade slightly
- [May 27] The Colts’ odds continue to improve this offseason, now listed at +131 to win the division
- [April 22] The Texans’ AFC South odds have reached +291, an offseason worst thus far
- [March 18] After the Texans traded DeAndre Hopkins and the Colts signed Philip Rivers, Indianapolis is now favored to win the AFC South
- [March 3] The Texans have opened as favorites to win the AFC South, followed closely by the Titans and Colts
The AFC South has been claimed by the Houston Texans in six of the last nine seasons. The Tennessee Titans, on the other hand, have not won the division since 2008.
- [June 29] With Denver’s AFC West odds improving slightly, and LA’s fading a bit, the two are neck-and-neck for the second-best odds to win the division, with the Chargers currently holding a slight advantage
- [April 27] Despite having what many are calling one of the better 2020 NFL Drafts, the Broncos saw their AFC West odds worsen from +888 to +925
- [April 22] After seeing their AFC West odds shorten to +800 in mid-March, the Raiders are back to +1075 to win the division ahead of the draft
- [March 18] Due to the likelihood of having Cam Newton under center in 2020, the Chargers have seen their odds to win the AFC West jump from +900 to +600
- [March 3] No team has better odds to win their respective division than the Chiefs at -450
The Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos are the only two teams to have claimed the AFC West in the last ten seasons, with the former having won it each of the last four seasons.
The Chargers have not won the division since 2009 and you have to go back to 2002 to see the last time the Raiders sat atop the AFC West.
|Kansas City Chiefs||-390|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+700|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+1200|
- [May 27] The Cowboys have become the odds-on favorites to win the NFC East for the first time this season
- [April 27] After a strong 2020 NFL Draft, which was highlighted by first-round pick CeeDee Lamb, the Cowboys are now favored to win the NFC East for the first time this season
- [April 22] The Eagles will enter the 2020 NFL Draft as the favorites to win the NFC East, but not by much
- [March 18] After Dallas was able to re-sign Amari Cooper and tag Dak Prescott, the Cowboys are now listed alongside the Eagles as co-favorites to win the NFC East
- [March 3] The Eagles have opened as slight favorites to repeat as NFC East champions
The NFC East has not had a repeat winner since the Philadelphia Eagles won four straight from 2001-2004. Three different teams have won the division in the last five years, with Philadelphia and Dallas taking turns each of the last four seasons.
|New York Giants||+900|
Odds taken May 27
- [May 27] Green Bay’s odds continue to worsen after their questionable draft, and are now no longer the favorites to win the NFC North for the first time this season; the Vikings now hold that title
- [April 27] The Packers remain NFC North favorites, but the gap between them and the Vikings closed significantly after Green Bay’s first two picks were spent on players who will serve backup roles this year (QB Jordan Love and RB AJ Dillon)
- [March 18] The Packers have broken away as the lone favorite to win the NFC North, but Chicago has seen their odds improve after trading for Nick Foles
- [March 3] The NFC North is the only division with co-favorites to win it, as the Packers and Vikings sit at +150 each
Three different teams have won the NFC North in the last three years. The Detroit Lions are the odd team out, as they haven’t won the division since 1993. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have won the division more recently (1999).
|Green Bay Packers||+175|
- [April 22] After acquiring Rob Gronkowski, the Bucs have seen their NFC South odds shorten to +150; as a result, the Saints are nearing even-money as well
- [March 18] The Saints remain the odds-on favorites to win the NFC South, but saw their odds worsen from -400 to -110 after the Bucs signed Tom Brady; Tampa Bay’s odds improved from +800 to +200
- [March 3] The Saints have again opened as the odds-on favorites to win the NFC South
The New Orleans Saints became the second team to repeat as NFC South champions in 2018, joining the Panthers, who won the division from 2013-2015. New Orleans has also now matched Carolina’s three straight division crowns.
|New Orleans Saints||-110|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+160|
- [April 22] After the Rams have been forced to part ways with some of their stars, including Todd Gurley and Brandin Cooks, the Seahawks have seen their NFC West odds improve to +266
- [March 18] While the Niners remain the odds-on favorites, the Cardinals acquisition of DeAndre Hopkins makes this the tightest divisional race from top to bottom
- [March 3] The 49ers have opened as the odds-on favorites to win the NFC West, and sportsbooks are unsure whether the Seahawks or Rams will provide the toughest test for San Francisco
The 49ers stole the NFC West last year, ending the Rams’ two-year reign. All four teams have won the division in the last five years.
|San Francisco 49ers||+100|
|Los Angeles Rams||+370|
Odds taken June 29
Archived NFL Divisional odds: 2019