NFL Odds to Win Every Division in 2019.

NFL Odds to Win Every Division in 2019

Written by on June 11, 2019

The National Football League is never out of the news. Whether it’s draft news, free agent signings, or just the day-to-day operations of the league, the NFL is always a topic of conversation. Gambling on the NFL is always a hot topic as well. Speaking of gambling, let’s take a look at the odds to win every NFL division.

NFL Odds to Win Every Division in 2019

AFC East

  • New England Patriots – 1-5
Is there a more sure thing than the Patriots? As long as Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are around, the Patriots will be the favorites.
  • New York Jets – 11-2
The addition of LeVeon Bell and other key free agents have helped the Jets. They’ll have a very good defensive line and an improved secondary, but they still don’t have enough to catch the Patriots.
  • Buffalo Bills – 8-1
Josh Allen will be better in year two, but not good enough.
  • Miami Dolphins – 50-1
The Dolphins are in a total rebuild mode. 50-1 is being generous.

AFC North

  • Cleveland Browns – 7-5
The hype is for real! With Baker Mayfield leading an offense loaded with talent, the Browns are the favorites to win the division. If the defense can hold it’s own, the Browns can take the crown in the North.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers – 3-2
The Steelers aren’t quite ready to concede the North to the Browns. Antonio Brown is gone, but so are the headaches that went with him. Can Big Ben, James Conner, and JuJu Smith-Schuster lead the Steelers to the title?
  • Baltimore Ravens – 3-1
The Ravens have one of the league’s best defenses. The offense is now running to utilize the talents of Lamar Jackson. The Ravens could take the North.
  • Cincinnati Bengals – 20-1
The Bengals have too many holes to contend for the North.

AFC South

  • Indianapolis Colts – 10-11
The Colts quietly made a lot of moves to improve last year’s playoff team. Andrew Luck will be another year into his recovery from shoulder issues. The Colts could be primed to make a Super Bowl run.
  • Houston Texans – 14-5
Is Deshaun Watson ready to take the next step? There’s talent on the offense, but they just can’t seem to put everything together. The defense has superstars, but they have letdowns that cost them.
  • Jacksonville Jaguars – 5-1
The Jaguars were a huge disappointment last year. They now have Nick Foles under center, but that won’t be enough to propel them to the top of the division.
  • Tennessee Titans – 5-1
The offense is bland, the defense is average. Not enough here.

AFC West

  • Kansas City Chiefs – 5-8
Kareem Hunt is gone, and the status of Tyreek Hill is up in the air. Pat Mahomes has to play at an MVP level once again.
  • Los Angeles Chargers – 9-5
This could be Phillip Rivers last chance to win a title. The Chargers are a very balanced team and have the talent to overtake the Chiefs.
  • Denver Broncos – 10-1
Vic Fangio was brought on to bring the Denver defense back. Joe Flacco was brought in to solidify the offense. There’s just not enough here.
  • Oakland Raiders – 16-1
They made improvements through the draft, but they’ve lost too much. Antonio Brown will help, but if things don’t go his way, look out!

NFC East

  • Philadelphia Eagles – 4-5
The Eagles just signed Carson Wentz to an extension. Philadelphia is very balanced and has what it takes to win the East.
  • Dallas Cowboys – 7-5
The defense has improved, and the offense will be led by Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper. Can Dak Prescott take the next step, or will it be status quo?
  • Washington Redskins – 12-1
Will it be Case Keenum or Dwayne Haskins under center? Either way, it won’t be enough to claim the East.
  • New York Giants – 14-1
The Giants are a mess, and nowhere close to winning the division.

NFC North

  • Chicago Bears – 8-5
The Bears have a dominant defense and an offense that should be even better in year 2 of the Matt Nagy era. They have what it takes to win the division.
  • Minnesota Vikings – 2-1
Minnesota has the talent on the offensive side of the ball. Will Kirk Cousins live up to the lofty expectations that come with a mega-free agent deal?
  • Green Bay Packers – 2-1
Will Aaron Rodgers buy into the new head coach and the new offense? Will the defense be improved enough?
  • Detroit Lions – 14-1
Not enough talent to win this division.

NFC South

  • New Orleans Saints – 5-9
Until Drew Brees retires, the Saints will be the favorites to win this division. The defense held it’s own last year, and the offense just kept firing away.
  • Atlanta Falcons – 3-1
Matt Ryan has plenty of weapons at his disposal. Can the defense do enough to complement their solid offense?
  • Carolina Panthers – 5-1
Will Cam Newton be fully healed from offseason surgery? Will there be any improvement in the passing game? Christian McCaffery will be the focal point of the offense, but will that be enough to contend?
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 16-1
Bruce Arians will have the envious task of getting Jameis Winston to play to his potential. There are too many holes in this team to contend.

NFC West

  • Los Angeles Rams – 4-7
This team is solid everywhere. As long as Todd Gurley stays healthy, they’ll be hard to beat.
  • Seattle Seahawks – 3-1
Russell Wilson is one of the league’s best QB’s. The Legion of Boom is no more. Not this year.
  • San Francisco 49ers – 4-1
They’ll be improved, but not improved enough.
  • Arizona Cardinals – 30-1
Will be playing for a top draft pick. Enough said.