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We are tracking the odds to win all eight divisions for the 2019 NFL season. The graphs below have been generated by averaging the odds from our most trusted online sports betting sites.

AFC East Odds

  • [December 21] The Patriots clinched the AFC East with a win over the Bills in Week 16
  • [December 16] The Patriots’ have improved back to -2667; New England would have to lose their last two games (vs Buffalo and vs Miami) to lose the AFC East
  • [December 9] Despite losing a second straight game, the Patriots are still -1200 to win the East. They remain a game up on Buffalo with a home-date against the Bills still to come
  • [December 2] After a loss to the Texans in Week 13, the Patriots only hold a one-game lead over the Bills in the AFC East; New England’s divisional odds have faded to -4000
  • [November 25] The Patriots’ odds to win the AFC East have reached a new best at -8333
  • [November 18] The Jets are now tied with the Dolphins for the worst odds to win the division
  • [November 11] The Bills saw their odds tank after losing to the Browns in Week 10
  • [November 4] Despite only carrying a 1.5-game lead over the Bills after suffering their first loss of 2019, the Patriots are still extremely favored to win the AFC East
  • [October 29] The Bills’ AFC East odds faded from an average of +850 to +1500 after a disappointing loss at home to the Eagles
  • [October 22] After being demolished by the Patriots on MNF of Week 7, the Jets’ average AFC East odds plummeted from +4500 to +9000
  • [September 30] A loss to the Patriots at home in Week 4 has sent the Bills’ AFC East odds from +650 to +967
  • [September 23] The Bills appear to be the only team with any chance of contesting the Patriots for the division, as their average odds have shortened to +650
  • [September 9] Following their blowout win over Pittsburgh and the addition of Antonio Brown, the Patriots are now an average favorite of -1275 to win the division
  • [April 2] No surprise here, the Patriots have opened as heavy -500 favorites to win the AFC East

The New England Patriots have won the AFC East each of the last ten seasons, and 15 of the last 16. The Miami Dolphins are the only other team to win it in the last 16 seasons.

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).

Odds at Bovada

Team Odds at Bovada
New England Patriots N/A
Buffalo Bills N/A
New York Jets N/A
Miami Dolphins N/A

AFC North Odds

  • [December 16] The Baltimore Ravens clinched the AFC North with a win over the Jets in Week 15
  • [December 9] It’s not mathematically over, but it’s realistically over. Baltimore is now -57500 to win the North. The Steelers are +4000. Baltimore would have to lose out and Pittsburgh would have to win out for the Steelers to claim the division
  • [December 2] Despite beating the Browns in Week 13, the Steelers saw their AFC North odds fade from +1533 to +2250
  • [November 26] Thanks to another dominant Ravens victory in Week 13, both the Browns and Steelers saw their AFC North odds take big hits in spite of recording wins of their own
  • [November 18] The Steelers still possess the second-best odds to win the AFC North, even after losing to the Browns in Week 11
  • [November 11] Despite both recording victories in Week 10, the Browns and Steelers saw their AFC North odds worsen thanks to another dominant performance from the Ravens
  • [November 4] A loss in Denver sees Cleveland’s record fall to 2-6 and their odds to win the AFC North from +675 to +2250
  • [October 29] For the first time since the conclusion of Week 1, the Browns are not among the top two contenders to win the AFC North
  • [October 21] Baltimore’s odds to win the AFC North have reached a season-best -367 (on average) after coming out of Seattle with a win
  • [October 14] A 2-4 start to the season has seen the Browns’ AFC North odds fade to a season-worst +357
  • [October 1] The Ravens are still seen as odds-on favorites to win the AFC North after losing to the Browns in Week 4
  • [September 23] Despite losing to the Chiefs in Week 3, the Ravens saw their average AFC North odds improve thanks to losses by all other teams in the division
  • [September 17] The Ravens entered Week 1 with +319 average odds to win the AFC North; they’re now the odds-on favorites at -122
  • [July 18] The Browns’ odds to win the AFC North are now the best they’ve seen all year, reaching +120
  • [April 2] After some big splashes in free agency, the Cleveland Browns opened as +125 favorites to win the AFC North

Three different teams have won the AFC North in the last four seasons. The Cleveland Browns are the odd team out, not having won the division since 1989.

Odds at Bovada

Team Odds at Bovada
Baltimore Ravens N/A
Pittsburgh Steelers N/A
Cleveland Browns N/A
Cincinnati Bengals N/A

AFC South Odds

  • [December 21] The Texans have clinched the AFC South with a win over the Bucs in Week 16
  • [December 17] After beating the Titans in Week 15, the Texans only need to win one of their final two games – one of which is against Tennessee in Week 17 – to clinch the division title
  • [December 9] The best race in the league is in the South. Houston is down to -155 while Tennessee improved to +135 thanks to a fourth straight win
  • [December 2] The Titans’ three-game winning streak has seen their AFC South odds improve from +1100 to +275, the second-best odds in the division
  • [November 25] The Texans’ AFC South odds improved to -183 after beating the Colts in Week 12
  • [November 18] Even after getting crushed by the Ravens in Week 11, the Texans still maintain the best odds to win the AFC South
  • [November 11] Even after losing to the Miami Dolphins in Week 10, Indianapolis’ divisional odds didn’t get much worse, fading from +193 to +278
  • [November 4] The Texans are back to being the favorites to win the division after the Colts fell to the Steelers in Week 9
  • [October 28] Despite beating the Raiders in Week 8, the Texans saw their odds to win the AFC South worsen from +143 to +153, likely due to another Indianapolis win and the loss of JJ Watt for the season
  • [October 21] After beating the Texans in Week 7, the Colts are listed as slight favorites to win the AFC South
  • [October 14] The Texans are listed as odds-on favorites to win the AFC South for the first time this season after beating the Chiefs in KC
  • [October 7] Beating the Chiefs on SNF in Week 5 has resulted in Indianapolis’ AFC South odds shortening from +252 to +175
  • [September 30] With the Texans and Colts both getting upset in Week 4, the Jaguars and Titans, who were both on the opposite side of upsets, saw their odds improve significantly
  • [September 23] The Texans have reached even odds to win the AFC South, but the Colts are looming
  • [September 10] The Titans average odds have improved  to +191 following their impressive win in Cleveland over the Browns, but the Texans remain favorites to win the AFC South
  • [August 26] Following the stunning retirement of Andrew Luck, the Colts average odds have plummeted from first to worst, at +407
  • [July 18] For the first time this year, the Colts are odds-on favorites to win the AFC South
  • [April 2] The Indianapolis Colts opened as the favorites to win the AFC South

The AFC South has been claimed by the Houston Texans in five of the last eight seasons. The Tennessee Titans, on the other hand, have not won the division since 2008.

Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
Houston Texans N/A
Tennessee Titans N/A
Indianapolis Colts N/A
Jacksonville Jaguars N/A

AFC West Odds

  • [December 9] This race is officially over. The Chiefs have wrapped up a fourth straight AFC West title
  • [December 2] After the Chiefs stomped the Raiders in Week 13, KC saw their odds improve from +567 to -3000
  • [November 25] The Raiders divisional odds faded to +400 after a bad loss to the Jets in Week 12
  • [November 19] The Raiders odds to win the AFC West have reached a season-best +330
  • [November 11] The Raiders are only a half-game back of the AFC West lead, but their odds are still at an average of +413
  • [November 4] Despite wins from both the Chargers and Raiders in Week 9, both saw their odds to win the AFC West get longer thanks to the Chiefs beating the Vikings
  • [October 28] For the first time since October 7, the LA Chargers have the second-best odds to win the AFC West
  • [October 21] Thanks to a lack of competition in the division, the Chiefs’ odds to win the AFC West actually got better after Patrick Mahomes got injured
  • [October 14] The Raiders are now given the second-best odds to win the AFC West after the Chargers put forth another discouraging performance in Week 6
  • [October 7] With both the Chiefs and Chargers losing in Week 5, the Raiders odds to win the AFC West went from +2067 to +650 after beating the Bears
  • [September 23] After back-to-back losses by the Chargers, the gap in odds to win the AFC West between the Chargers and Chiefs is the biggest it’s been all year
  • [September 16] Kansas City became a heavier favorite to win the AFC West after the Chargers fell to the Lions in Week 2
  • [April 2] Online sports betting sites see this division as a two-horse race between the Chiefs and Chargers; KC opened as a -245 favorite

The Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos are the only two teams to have claimed the AFC West in the last nine seasons, with the former having won it each of the last three 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.

Odds at Bovada

Team Odds at Bovada
Kansas City Chiefs N/A
Oakland Raiders N/A
Denver Broncos N/A
Los Angeles Chargers N/A

NFC East Odds

  • [December 23] The Eagles took the driver seat of the NFC East after beating the Cowboys in Week 16; Philadelphia’s odds are now a season-best -303
  • [December 16] A blowout victory over the Rams in Week 15 sees Dallas’ odds improve to -165 ahead of their Week 16 clash with the Eagles; the winner of their meeting will be in the driver’s seat of the NFC East
  • [December 10] Despite riding a four-game losing streak, Dallas (-120) is favored slightly over Philadelphia. They have identical 6-7 records, but Philly hosts the final head-to-head meeting
  • [December 2] Dallas and Philadelphia both lost again in Week 13, resulting in basically no movement in NFC East odds
  • [November 25] With both the Cowboys and Eagles losing in Week 12, Dallas saw their odds to win the division improve slightly
  • [November 18] The Cowboys are back to being favored to win the division after the Eagles lost a close one to the Patriots in Week 11
  • [November 11] With the Cowboys losing to the Vikings in Week 10, the Eagles are favored to win the NFC East for the first time since October 14
  • [November 5] With the Eagles recording their second straight win, Dallas’ NFC East odds worsened a bit in spite of their Week 9 victory
  • [October 28] A win in Buffalo has resulted in the Eagles’ odds shortening from +127 to +107; Dallas remains the favorite
  • [October 21] The Cowboys are back to being the favorites in the NFC East after dismantling the Eagles on Sunday Night Football of Week 7
  • [October 7] Back-to-back losses for the Cowboys – paired with back-to-back wins for the Eagles – sees Philadelphia become the odds-on favorite to win the NFC East
  • [September 24] A 3-0 start paired with the Eagles struggling out of the gate has resulted in Dallas’ NFC East odds reaching -200
  • [September 16] With an Eagles loss on Sunday Night Football, the Cowboys are now the favorites to win the NFC East
  • [April 11] Philadelphia has become the odds-on favorite to win the division
  • [April 2] The additions of Jordan Howard and DeSean Jackson have resulted in the Eagles opening as the favorites to win the NFC East, sporting EVEN odds

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 four years, with Dallas winning it three of the last five.

Odds at Bovada

Team Odds at Bovada
Philadelphia Eagles -325
Dallas Cowboys +225
Washington Redskins N/A
New York Giants N/A

Odds taken December 23

NFC North Odds

  • [December 24] With a win over the Vikings in Week 16, the Packers have clinched the NFC North
  • [December 16] The Packers saw their NFC North odds improve to -475 after beating the Bears in Week 15; they would have to lose their final two games (@MIN and @DET) to give up the division
  • [December 9] The Packers lead the Vikings by just one game, but Green Bay is a massive -317 favorite to hold on, even though they have to visit Minnesota in Week 16
  • [December 3] The Vikings NFC North odds went from +108 to +200 after losing to the Seahawks in Week 13, falling a full game back of Green Bay in the standings
  • [November 25] The Packers remain the odds-on favorites to win the NFC North despite being tied with the Vikings for the division lead
  • [November 18] The gap between the Packers and Vikings tightened after Green Bay was off on bye and Minnesota avoided being upset by the Broncos in Week 11
  • [November 11] Green Bay and Minnesota each saw their NFC North odds improve a little with wins in Week 10
  • [November 4] With each team in the NFC North losing in Week 9, the only real movement was Chicago’s odds fading to +4750
  • [October 28] The Packers odds are the shortest they’ve been all season after coming out of KC with a win; the Bears have the worst odds to win the division for the first time this season
  • [October 21] The Bears, who were the favorites to win the NFC North throughout the preseason, have seen their odds plummet to an average of +867 after a poor showing against the undermanned Saints in Week 7
  • [October 15] The Packers have become odds-on favorites to win the NFC North after defeating the Lions on Monday Night Football of Week 6
  • [September 9] Green Bay is now the favorite after their win in Chicago, with average odds of +161
  • [May 1] The Bears and Vikings’ odds are moving in opposite directions: CHI went from +200 to +183 to win the NFC North, while MIN went from +200 to +216
  • [April 2] The Bears opened as +180 favorites to win the NFC North in 2019

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).

Odds at Bovada

Team Odds at Bovada
Green Bay Packers N/A
Minnesota Vikings N/A
Chicago Bears N/A
Detroit Lions N/A

NFC South Odds

  • [December 2] With their victory over the Falcons on Thanksgiving, the Saints have clinched the AFC South title
  • [November 25] The Saints have the NFC South all but locked up, as their odds have improved to an average of -15000, the shortest odds any team has seen this season to win their respective division
  • [November 18] The Falcons no longer have the worst odds to win the division, as the Bucs have claimed that honor after dropping to 3-7
  • [November 11] After getting upset by the Falcons in Week 10, the Saints saw their NFC South odds worsen for the first time since Drew Brees got injured in Week 2
  • [November 4] Another loss has resulted in the Bucs’ odds worsening from +3167 to +5000
  • [October 28] The slim chances of Carolina taking the NFC South from the Saints all but disappeared in San Francisco in Week 8, where the Panthers were handed a 51-13 beating by the Niners
  • [October 21] Back-to-back wins as road dogs has seen the Saints’ odds to win the NFC South reach a season-best average of -533
  • [October 7] The Panthers NFC South odds have reached an average of +350 after their third straight win with Kyle Allen under center
  • [September 30] Up until this week, the Falcons had always had the second-best odds to win the NFC South; but a 1-3 start now sees them at the bottom of the division
  • [September 16] The Saints are still odds-on favorites to win the NFC South in spite of Drew Brees being out six weeks; the Falcons odds shortened to +200
  • [August 26] Carolina continues their move toward contention in the division, seeing their average odds once again improve from +544 to +409
  • [April 2] The Saints have opened as the odds-on favorites to win the NFC South in 2019

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.

Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
New Orleans Saints N/A
Carolina Panthers N/A
Tampa Bay Buccaneers N/A
Atlanta Falcons N/A

NFC West Odds

  • [December 23] In spite of the Seahawks losing to the Cardinals in Week 16, they would still win the NFC West with a victory over the Niners in Week 17; Seattle’s odds have faded to +160, though
  • [December 16] After the Niners were upset by the Falcons in Week 15, the Seahawks have taken the lead in the NFC West; both teams control their own destiny, as a Week 17 showdown appears likely to decide the division-winner
  • [December 9] The 49ers reclaimed the division lead and favored status with a huge Week 14 upset of the Saints in New Orleans
  • [December 3] For the first time this season, the Seahawks are favored to win the NFC West; but not all books have them listed as the favorite, as you’ll see below at Bovada
  • [November 26] After getting embarrassed by the Ravens on Monday Night Football, the Rams have fallen out of the NFC West race, as their odds went from +1600 to +5167
  • [November 18] In spite of beating the Bears on SNF, the Rams NFC West odds continue to worsen
  • [November 12] The odds to win the NFC West didn’t change that much after the Seahawks upset the Niners on MNF of Week 10
  • [November 4] With both the Niners and Seahawks winning in Week 9, the Rams’ NFC West odds fell from +383 to +650 while on bye
  • [October 28] An uninspiring win in Atlanta paired with another Rams victory has resulted in the Seahawks’ divisional odds fading from +273 to +308
  • [October 21] In spite of a Week 7 win, and acquiring Jalen Ramsey from the Jags, the Rams saw their odds to win the NFC West worsen slightly, thanks to the Niners pushing their record to 6-0
  • [October 14] A win over the Rams in Week 6 not only pushes the 49ers’ record to 5-0, but also sees them become the favorites to win the NFC West
  • [October 8] The Rams remain the favorites to win the NFC West even after back-to-back losses and the 4-0 Niners atop the standings
  • [September 30] Despite losing to the Bucs in Week 4, and the 49ers remaining undefeated, the Rams are still odds-on favorites to win the NFC West
  • [September 23] The Rams became heavier favorites to win the NFC West after beating the Browns on SNF, while the 3-0 San Francisco 49ers jumped the Seahawks on the odds board
  • [May 1] Arizona’s NFC West odds took a hit after the 2019 NFL Draft, moving from an average of 16-1 to 23-1
  • [April 2] The Rams have opened as the odds-on favorites to win the NFC West in 2019

The Los Angeles Rams have won the NFC West each of the last two seasons. But all four teams have claimed the division throne at least once in the last seven years.

Odds at BetOnline

Team Odds at BetOnline
San Francisco 49ers -180
Seattle Seahawks +160
Los Angeles Rams N/A
Arizona Cardinals N/A

Odds taken December 23

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After receiving a bachelor's degree in communications from the University of Ottawa ('15), Matt spent two years with Rogers TV as a host, producer, and play-by-play commentator. He has been with us since 2016 and serves as SBD's Editor-in-Chief and sports betting expert.