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  • Get the most recent odds for all 32 teams to make the 2019-20 NFL Playoffs
  • Track how the playoff odds have moved from the time they opened right through to Week 17
  • See the current playoff picture vs the teams favored to get in

The 2019 NFL regular season concludes December 29 with the top six teams from each conference moving onto the 2019-20 NFL Playoffs, which are set to begin January 4, 2020. We’ve been tracking the odds for all 32 teams to make the playoffs from the time the odds opened and will continue to do so right through to Week 17. The graphs below were generated by averaging the odds from our most trusted online sports betting sites.

Odds to Make Playoffs for AFC Teams

  • [Oct 16] Even after another disappointing loss, the Browns’ playoff odds only dipped from +135 to +175
  • [Oct 9] Upsetting the Chiefs on SNF of Week 5 sees the Colts back in the top six for odds to make the playoffs in the AFC
  • [Oct 2] After beating the Ravens in Week 4, the Browns are again favored to make the NFL playoffs
  • [Sep 25] The Bills and Colts have pushed out the Browns and Chargers in the AFC; a 3-0 start has led to Buffalo having the fourth-best odds among AFC teams to make the playoffs
  • [Sep 18] The Browns see themselves back among the top six in odds to make the AFC playoffs after a Week 2 thrashing of the Jets
  • [Sep 11] With inspiring Week 1 wins, the Ravens and Titans are now projected to make the playoffs, while the Browns and Steelers have moved out of the top six
  • [Sep 5] There are some Jacoby Brissett believers out there! Indy’s playoff odds rebounded somewhat, improving from +360 to +270
  • [Aug 27] Obviously, the big losers are the Colts, who plummet from -200 to +360; the biggest benefactor of Andrew Luck’s retirement is the Texans (+150 to +100)
  • [May 1] The following teams have opened as odds-on favorites to make the 2019-20 NFL Playoffs in the AFC: CLE, IND, KC, LAC, NE.

Odds at Bovada

Team Odds to Make 2019-20 NFL Playoffs at Bovada Odds to Miss Playoffs at Bovada
New England Patriots -10000 +3000
Kansas City Chiefs -800 +460
Houston Texans -450 +300
Buffalo Bills -300 +220
Baltimore Ravens -300 +220
Indianapolis Colts -120 -110

*Odds taken October 16; bold denotes a team who made the postseason last year; follow the link in the table to see all odds

Odds to Make Playoffs for NFC Teams

  • [Oct 16] After three straight losses, the Rams – who once had the best odds to make the playoffs among NFC teams – are now favored to miss the playoffs
  • [Oct 9] Back-to-back losses has resulted in the Cowboys no longer being among the top six teams in odds to make the playoffs in the NFC
  • [Oct 2] There are now eight teams in the NFC who have better odds to make the playoffs than miss them
  • [Sep 25] A 3-0 start has resulted in the Niners edging out the Eagles for a playoff spot in the NFC
  • [Sep 18] The Bears are tied with the Falcons for sixth-best odds to make the NFC playoffs, while the Saints saw their odds fade from -500 to -170 with Drew Brees sidelined for around six weeks
  • [Sep 11] The Vikings have taken Chicago’s place in the NFC playoffs after Week 1, thanks to a dominant win over the Falcons
  • [Sep 5] The two NFC favorites dropped significantly. The Saints went from -310 to -280. The Rams fell from -320 to -270.
  • [Aug 27] The Cardinals’ odds have steadily improved since May, going from +900 to make the playoffs on May 1 all the way to +610 in late August.
  • [May 1] The following teams have opened as odds-on favorites to make the 2019-20 NFL Playoffs in the NFC: CHI, LAR, NO, PHI.

Odds at Bovada

Team Odds to Make 2019-20 NFL Playoffs at Bovada Odds to Miss Playoffs at Bovada
New Orleans Saints -1000 +550
San Francisco 49ers N/A N/A
Green Bay Packers -350 +245
Seattle Seahawks -250 +185
Philadelphia Eagles -165 +125
Minnesota Vikings -145 +110

*Odds taken October 16; bold denotes a team who made the postseason last year; follow the link in the table to see all odds

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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.