Odds to Win the NFC

• With Ezekiel Elliott’s legal woes looming, it may not cost The Dallas Cowboys a playoff berth, but it would definitely shorten their odds at winning the NFC, as every win matters

• With younger and more defined talent, both The Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons stand a better chance to win the NFC conference than the Green Bay Packers. Both The Seahawks and Falcons play in weaker divisions than the Packers, who play against risers The Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions twice

• 4 of the 5 most bet on teams early on are The Packers (30%), Seahawks (9.5%), Dallas Cowboys (7.5%), and Atlanta Falcons (7.5%). The surprise team early are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coming in at 9.5%, at 22/1 odds

Green Bay Packers 5
Seattle Seahawks 5
Dallas Cowboys 5
Atlanta Falcons 7
New York Giants 12
Carolina Panthers 11
Minnesota Vikings 12
Arizona Cardinals 10
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20
New Orleans Saints 20
Philadelphia Eagles 20
Washington Redskins 25
Detroit Lions 25
Chicago Bears 50
Los Angeles Rams 50
San Francisco 49ers 66

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Odds to Win the AFC

• With the news that Le’veon Bell may not play for the Steelers under the franchise tag, the 5/2 favoring odds on The Patriots is warranted. Nobody should be considered close to New England on paper. Teams have a better chance of being battled for most wins, opposed to beating them on the field.

• Though a personal favorite to uproot New England, The Raiders face an uphill battle in a tough division. While Kansas City, Denver, and Los Angeles shouldn’t be favored to take the division from the black hole, the are set to make Oakland earn every win.

• Early bets unsurprisingly see 48% of slips reading The New England Patriots. What is surprising, however, is that Denver, Houston, and Jacksonville all fill the bottom 3 of the top 5 bet-on teams. It is to be noted that Denver is an aging team without much to speak of at Quarterback, Houston could very well be led by a rookie, and Jacksonville is largely unproven.

New England Patriots 5/2
Pittsburgh Steelers 9/2
Oakland Raiders 8
Kansas City Chiefs 17/2
Denver Broncos 8
Houston Texans 12
Baltimore Ravens 16
Indianapolis Colts 18
Cincinnati Bengals 18
Tennessee Titans 22
Los Angeles Chargers 28
Miami Dolphins 22
Buffalo Bills 28
Jacksonville Jaguars 33
Cleveland Browns 66
New York Jets 50

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Superbowl LII Odds to win outright

• With some of the most deceptive odds, the NFL is still led by the Patriots who added Mike Gillislee (101 carries for 507 yards and 8 Touchdowns) and Brandin Cooks (78 Catches for 1173 yards and 8 Touchdowns) to create more distance in the league

• The most inviting odds subjectively are The New York Giants (25/1) who added a much needed Big body receiver in Brandon Marshall and talented Tight End Evan Engram to an already talented group, where the worst appears to be The Broncos (16/1) who have an aging offense and are led by a below average talent in Trevor Seimian

• The second most bet-on team early on are the Houston Texans (22/1) at 9%, whose Quarterback situation is up in the air. The are behind only the Patriots, at 25%

 1-16⇓  Opening*  17-32 Cont.⇓
New England Patriots 9/2 Baltimore Ravens 33
Green Bay Packers 10 Tennessee Titans 50
Seattle Seahawks 10 Philadelphia Eagles 40
Pittsburgh Steelers 11 New Orleans Saints 40
Dallas Cowboys 9 Cincinnati Bengals 40
Atlanta Falcons 14 Detroit Lions 50
Oakland Raiders 18 Los Angeles Chargers 66
Kansas City Chiefs 18 Miami Dolphins 50
Denver Broncos 16 Washington Redskins 50
New York Giants 25 Jacksonville Jaguars 66
Carolina Panthers 22 Buffalo Bills 66
Houston Texans 22 Chicago Bears 100
Arizona Cardinals 20 Los Angeles Rams 100
Minnesota Vikings 25 San Francisco 49ers 125
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40 Cleveland Browns 125
Indianapolis Colts 40 New York Jets 100

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