NFL Odds 2021: Futures, Props, & Betting Lines

2021 NFL Betting Odds

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2021 NFL Odds Leaders

Super Bowl Kansas City Chiefs +500
MVP Patrick Mahomes +500
Offensive Rookie of the Year Trevor Lawrence +300
Defensive Rookie of the Year Micah Parsons +500
Win Total Kansas City Chiefs o/u 12.5
AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs +250
NFC Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers +300
Offensive Player of the Year Patrick Mahomes, Derrick Henry +700
Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald, Myles Garrett +500
Comeback Player of the Year Dak Prescott +225
Head Coach of the Year Brandon Staley +1000
AFC East Champion Buffalo Bills -150
AFC North Champion Baltimore Ravens +115
AFC South Champion Tennessee Titans +110
AFC West Champion Kansas City Chiefs -250
NFC East Champion Dallas Cowboys +135
NFC North Champion Green Bay Packers -125
NFC South Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers -160
NFC West Champion Los Angeles Rams +180

Top NFL Sportsbooks

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Several other choices are deserving of not only attention but your time and energy as well. FanDuel Sportsbook and BetMGM are just two more examples, and Pro Football Network now routinely investigates each sportsbook in order to make it easier for the NFL gambler to cut through the noise.

  • Caesars Sportsbook
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  • BetMGM
  • FOX Bet
  • PointsBet
  • BetRivers / Sugarhouse

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Super Bowl 56 Odds

All visible odds seen on this particular page are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook (last updated July 15, 2021):

Finally, the Super Bowl returns to Los Angeles. State of the art SoFi Stadium is set to host the first Los Angeles Super Bowl since January 1993 (the 1992 NFL season), when the Dallas Cowboys obliterated the Buffalo Bills in the first of two straight big-game matchups.

Although it’s nearly impossible to envision anybody else hoasting the Vince Lombardi Trophy these days, Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t leading the pack. Instead, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs lead the way at +500. The following is a complete list of Super Bowl 56 odds:

Full Super Bowl 56 odds from DraftKings:

Kansas City Chiefs +500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
Buffalo Bills +1100
Los Angeles Rams +1300
Baltimore Ravens +1400
San Francisco 49ers +1400
Cleveland Browns +1600
Green Bay Packers +2000
New Orleans Saints +2500
Seattle Seahawks +2500
Indianapolis Colts +2800
Tennessee Titans +2800
Dallas Cowboys +3000
Los Angeles Chargers +3000
Denver Broncos +3500
Miami Dolphins +3500
New England Patriots +3500
Arizona Cardinals +4000
Washington Football Team +4000
Pittsburgh Steelers +4000
Minnesota Vikings +5000
Chicago Bears +6000
Las Vegas Raiders +8000
Atlanta Falcons +8000
New York Giants +8000
Carolina Panthers +8000
Jacksonville Jaguars +10000
Philadelphia Eagles +10000
Cincinnati Bengals +15000
New York Jets +15000
Detroit Lions +20000
Houston Texans +20000

Super Bowl Trends, Notes

  • The favorites have gone 2-2 over the last four Super Bowls.
  • The under for the point total has hit in the last three Super Bowls.
  • The favorites lead the all-time series 28-25-2 (against the spread).
  • The favorites hold a 36-17 straight-up advantage (no spread).
  • The NFC currently holds a 27-26 advantage against the spread.
  • The AFC has won five of the last seven Super Bowls.
  • The AFC’s top seed has advanced to the big game in six of the last eight seasons.
  • The NFC’s top seed has reached the Super Bowl in five of the last eight seasons.
  • Six of the last eight Super Bowl champions have come from the AFC.
  • The coin toss has landed tails 29 times as opposed to heads 26 times.
  • Only three quarterbacks have won Super Bowl MVP honors as underdogs (Tom Brady, Eli Manning, and Jim Plunkett).

Past Super Bowl Champions

A man named Brady has fouled up the odds to a considerable degree over the last two decades. This means the smart pro football bettor will dig deeper when looking at historical Super Bowl trends. Brady’s teams have taken four Super Bowl titles over the last decade while also partaking in six.

55 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs 31-9
54 Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 31-20
53 New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13-3
52 Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 41-33
51 New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-28
50 Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24-10
49 New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24
48 Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43-8
47 Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34-31
46 New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17
45 Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25
44 New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 31-17
43 Pittsburgh Steelers Arizona Cardinals 27-23
42 New York Giants New England Patriots 17-14
41 Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears 29-17
40 Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks 21-10

Super Bowl Team History

The good old days of the early 1990s made one thing very clear: The Pittsburgh Steelers and San Francisco 49ers accounted for the only two organizations to win four Super Bowls. Then, Steve Young’s Niners took Super Bowl 29 only to see the Dallas Cowboys quickly catch up a year later.

Thanks to Ben Roethlisberger, at least there’s one team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, who can claim as many rings as the New England Patriots.

New England Patriots 6 11 SB 53 SB 53
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 8 SB 43 SB 45
Dallas Cowboys 5 8 SB 30 SB 30
San Francisco 49ers 5 7 SB 29 SB 54
Green Bay Packers 4 5 SB 45 SB 41
New York Giants 4 5 SB 46 SB 46
Denver Broncos 3 8 SB 50 SB 50
Washington 3 5 SB 26 SB 26
Las Vegas Raiders 3 5 SB 18 SB 37
Miami Dolphins 2 5 SB 8 SB 19
Indianapolis Colts 2 4 SB 41 SB 44
Kansas City Chiefs 2 4 SB 54 SB 55
Baltimore Ravens 2 2 SB 42 SB 42
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2 2 SB 55 SB 55
Los Angeles Rams 1 4 SB 34 SB 53
Seattle Seahawks 1 3 SB 48 SB 49
Philadelphia Eagles 1 3 SB 52 SB 52
Chicago Bears 1 2 SB 20 SB 46
New York Jets 1 1 SB 3 SB 3
New Orleans Saints 1 1 SB 44 SB 44
Buffalo Bills 0 4 N/A SB28
Minnesota Vikings 0 4 N/A SB 11
Atlanta Falcons 0 2 N/A SB 51
Carolina Panthers 0 2 N/A SB 50
Cincinnati Bengals 0 2 N/A SB 23
Arizona Cardinals 0 1 N/A SB 43
Los Angeles Chargers 0 1 N/A SB 29
Tennessee Titans 0 1 N/A SB 34
Cleveland Browns 0 0 N/A N/A
Detroit Lions 0 0 N/A N/A
Houston Texans 0 0 N/A N/A
Jacksonville Jaguars 0 0 N/A N/A

2021 NFL MVP Odds

In 2020, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers took home his third NFL MVP award. His third-time’s-a-charm year didn’t help the unlikely Jeopardy! host in the NFC championship game, but it did move him into a second-place tie for most MVPs ever. Jim Brown, Tom Brady, Johnny Unitas, and former teammate Brett Favre are the other four with three. Only Peyton Manning can claim more MVP awards (five) than Rodgers at the moment.

The 2021 NFL MVP outlook is an interesting one from the get-go. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the clear favorite at +400, which probably has to do with Rodgers’ current “jeopardizing” situation.

Rumors surrounding Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ future together could allow the savvy NFL sports bettor to win big this coming season. Sure, Rodgers is still in second with +1000 odds, but does he deserve that spot considering how fast Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is coming?

The likes of the ageless Tom Brady, new-city man Matthew Stafford, steady veteran Russell Wilson, and the always dangerous Lamar Jackson continue the list.

Full 2021 MVP odds from DraftKings Sportsbook:

Patrick Mahomes QB KC +500
Aaron Rodgers QB GB +1000
Josh Allen QB BUF +1000
Russell Wilson QB SEA +1400
Dak Prescott QB DAL +1400
Matthew Stafford QB LAR +1600
Tom Brady QB TB +1600
Lamar Jackson QB BAL +1800
Justin Herbert QB LAC +1800
Kyler Murray QB ARI +2000
Ryan Tannehill QB TEN +2500
Kirk Cousins QB MIN +2500
Baker Mayfield QB CLE +3300
Matt Ryan QB ATL +3300
Deshaun Watson QB HOU +3300
Jameis Winston QB NO +3300
Joe Burrow QB CIN +4000
Christian McCaffrey RB CAR +4000
Tua Tagovailoa QB MIA +4000
Carson Wentz QB IND +4000
Jimmy Garoppolo QB SF +5000
Derrick Henry RB TEN +5000
Jalen Hurts QB PHI +5000
Derek Carr QB LV +6600
Dalvin Cook RB MIN +6600
Sam Darnold QB CAR +6600
Drew Lock QB DEN +6600
Cam Newton QB CAR +6600
D’Andre Swift RB DET +6600
Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT +8000
Alvin Kamara RB NO +8000
Jonathan Taylor RB IND +8000
Antonio Gibson RB WAS +8000

NFL MVP Trends, Notes

  • Quarterbacks have won each of the last eight NFL MVP awards.
  • Only three non-quarterbacks have taken home the award since 2001.
  • Running back is the only position to capture the NFL MVP, other than quarterback, since 2001.
  • The last defensive player to win the NFL MVP is Lawrence Taylor in 1986.
  • Only two defensive players have won the NFL MVP (Lawrence in 1986 and Alan Page in 1971).
  • The Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers boast the most NFL MVPs with 8.5 apiece (accounting for shared wins).
  • The New York Jets, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Arizona Cardinals are the only six teams to never have an NFL MVP.

Past NFL MVP Winners

The likes of Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Aaron Rodgers have dominated the NFL MVP award for the better part of the last two decades.

2020 Aaron Rodgers QB Packers 13-3
2019 Lamar Jackson QB Ravens 14-2
2018 Patrick Mahomes QB Chiefs 12-4
2017 Tom Brady QB Patriots 13-3
2016 Matt Ryan QB Falcons 11-5
2015 Cam Newton QB Panthers 15-1
2014 Aaron Rodgers QB Packers 12-4
2013 Peyton Manning QB Broncos 13-3
2012 Adrian Peterson RB Vikings 10-6
2011 Aaron Rodgers QB Packers 15-1
2010 Tom Brady QB Patriots 14-2
2009 Peyton Manning QB Colts 14-2
2008 Peyton Manning QB Colts 12-4
2007 Tom Brady QB Patriots 16-0
2006 LaDainian Tomlinson RB Chargers 14-2
2005 Seattle Seahawks RB Seahawks 13-3

Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds

Not even Mel Kiper Jr. could have predicted this. The NFL Draft has become so massive that it’s now an industry in its own right. From speculation to the combine, future projections to mock drafts (hello, PFN Mock Draft Simulator), this event delivers the one thing each of the 32 fanbases can fully consume: Hope.

The offseason delivers hope for every NFL team, whereas Week 10 of the regular season would have already buried several fanbases. 2021 is no different in this regard, and big names lead the Rookie of the Year award odds, especially on the offensive side.

Ah, yes, the “generational talent” that is Trevor Lawrence leads the pack. Once the term “generational talent” is wrestled with — I admit, I still don’t know what it means — the realization that the Jacksonville Jaguars’ new quarterback is a good one should surface. The Clemson product leads the Offensive Rookie of the Year odds at +300, well ahead of the next guy.

Zach Wilson went second to the New York Jets, so he should be second in line here, correct? Wrong.

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris is currently holding down the second spot at +500, while San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance and Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields find themselves not too far behind. The Jets’ new “face of the franchise” (there goes one of those pesky terms again) is currently in the five-hole at +800.

Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, and Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith help fill the top 10.

Trevor Lawrence QB JAX +300
Kyle Pitts TE ATL +750
Najee Harris RB PIT +800
Trey Lance QB SF +800
Justin Fields QB CHI +850
Mac Jones QB NE +1000
Zach Wilson QB NYJ +1000
Ja’Marr Chase WR CIN +1000
Travis Etienne RB JAX +1800
DeVonta Smith WR PHI +1800
Jaylen Waddle WR MIA +1800
Javonte Williams RB DEN +1800
Davis Mills QB HOU +2500
Michael Carter RB NYJ +2500
Elijah Moore WR NYJ +2500
Trey Sermon RB SF +2500
Kadarius Toney WR NYG +2800
Kyle Trask TB TB +3300
Rashod Bateman WR BAL +3300
Trey Sermon RB SF +3300

Defensive Rookie of the Year Odds

Defensively, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons is currently the top dog at +400. Despite already employing a few good linebackers, Jerry Jones and company opted for the incredibly athletic Parsons in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Miami Dolphins EDGE Jaelan Phillips is currently sitting in a clear second spot at +700, while Indianapolis Colts EDGE Kwity Paye and Denver Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain currently sports +1000 odds to take home the 2021 NFL Defensive Rookie Player of the Year award.

Micah Parsons LB DAL +500
Jamin Davis LB WAS +750
Jaelan Phillips EDGE MIA +1000
Kwity Paye EDGE IND +1000
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB CLE +1400
Zaven Collins LB ARI +1400
Patrick Surtain II CB DEN +1400
Jaycee Horn CB CAR +1400
Azeez Ojulari EDGE NYG +1600
Odafe Oweh EDGE BAL +1600
Christian Barmore IDL NE +2000
Nick Bolton LB KC +2000
Tevin Moehrig-Woodard S LV +2000
Gregory Rousseau EDGE BUF +2000
Carlos Basham Jr. EDGE BUF +2500
Caleb Farley CB TEN +2500
Greg Newsome II CB CLE +2500
Peyton Turner EDGE NO +2500

NFL Win Total Over-Unders

Who doesn’t enjoy this category? The over-under game as it pertains to team win totals is one of sports bettors’ favorite football pastimes. Instead of betting one game, play the average of an entire season.

To nobody’s surprise, the Kansas City Chiefs lead the way at 12.5 wins. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t far behind at 11.5. Other double-digit-win teams include the Buffalo Bills (11), Baltimore Ravens (10.5), Cleveland Browns (10.5), Los Angeles Rams (10.5), San Francisco 49ers (10.5), Indianapolis Colts (10), and Tennessee Titans (10).

Arizona Cardinals 8.5 (O -120 / U +100)
Atlanta Falcons 7.5 (O -130 / U +110)
Baltimore Ravens 11 (O -120 / U +100)
Buffalo Bills 11 (O -110 / U -110)
Carolina Panthers 7.5 (O +-105 / U -115)
Chicago Bears 7.5 (O +100 / U -120)
Cincinnati Bengals 6.5 (O +110 / U -130)
Cleveland Browns 10.5 (O +100 / U -120)
Dallas Cowboys 9 (O +115 / U -140)
Denver Broncos 8.5 (O -135 / U +115)
Detroit Lions 4.5 (O -135 / U +115)
Green Bay Packers
Houston Texans 4 (O -105 / U -115)
Indianapolis Colts 9.5 (O -150 / U +120)
Jacksonville Jaguars 6.5 (O -110 / U -110)
Kansas City Chiefs 12.5 (O +105 / U -125)
Las Vegas Raiders 7 (O -110 / U -110)
Los Angeles Chargers 9.5 (O -135 / U +115)
Los Angeles Rams 10.5 (O +105 / U -125)
Miami Dolphins 9.5 (O +105 / U -125)
Minnesota Vikings 9 (O -110 / U -110)
New England Patriots 9.5 (O +110 / U -130
New Orleans Saints 9 (O -115 / U -105)
New York Giants 7 (O -130 / U +110)
New York Jets 6 (O +110 / U -120)
Philadelphia Eagles 6.5 (O -130 / U +110)
Pittsburgh Steelers 8.5 (O +115 / U -135)
San Francisco 49ers 10.5 (O +105 / U -125)
Seattle Seahawks 10 (O -120 / U +100)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12 (O +105 / U +103)
Tennessee Titans 9 (O -150 / U +115)
Washington Football Team 8.5 (O -115 / U -105)

AFC Champion Odds

Championship Sunday always determines who plays in the biggest and most extravagant sporting event of the year. Yet, unlike the Super Bowl, the home-field advantage goes a long way in determining the AFC and NFC champions.

As you’d expect, the defending AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs lead the way at +250. Familiar squads follow them, including Josh Allen’s Buffalo Bills (+600), Lamar Jackson’s Baltimore Ravens (+650), and Baker Mayfield’s Cleveland Browns (+750).

Kansas City Chiefs +250
Buffalo Bills +500
Baltimore Ravens +650
Cleveland Browns +800
Indianapolis Colts +1400
Tennessee Titans +1400
Denver Broncos +1600
Miami Dolphins +1600
Los Angeles Chargers +1600
New England Patriots +1600
Pittsburgh Steelers +2200
Las Vegas Raiders +4000
Jacksonville Jaguars +5000
Cincinnati Bengals +6500
New York Jets +7500
Houston Texans +10000

NFC Champion Odds

Could the oddsmakers currently be overshooting Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers right now? It’s extremely possible. Then again, they deserve the benefit of the doubt thanks to last year’s outcome. The defending champs (+300), Los Angeles Rams (+600), San Francisco 49ers (+625), and Green Bay Packers (+800) represent the four NFC favorites.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +300
Los Angeles Rams +550
San Francisco 49ers +700
Green Bay Packers +900
Seattle Seahawks +1100
New Orleans Saints +1200
Dallas Cowboys +1400
Washington Football Team +1800
Arizona Cardinals +2200
Minnesota Vikings +2200
Chicago Bears +2800
Atlanta Falcons +3000
Carolina Panthers +3500
New York Giants +4000
Philadelphia Eagles +5000
Detroit Lions +10000

Offensive Player of the Year Odds

Welcome to the award all weapons need to shoot for each season. Unfortunately, those greedy quarterbacks gobble up the MVP awards (yes, even the Super Bowl MVP), so running backs and wide receivers have to settle for NFL Offensive Player of the Year.

It’s not like the MVP has always gone to the quarterback, but lately, the signal-caller dominance cannot be ignored. But hey, taking home the offensive or defensive version of the award is an incredible honor, nonetheless.

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry earned his first in 2020 and looks to repeat the feat this coming season.

Derrick Henry RB TEN +700
Patrick Mahomes QB KC +700
Christian McCaffrey RB CAR +1000
George Kittle TE SF +1200
Dalvin Cook RB MIN +1400
Josh Allen QB BUF +1500
Nick Chubb RB CLE +1600
Alvin Kamara RB NO +1600
Travis Kelce TE KC +1800
Tom Brady QB TB +1800
Aaron Rodgers QB GB +1800
Lamar Jackson QB BAL +1800
Saquon Barkley RB NYG +1800
Davante Adams WR WR +2000
Stefon Diggs WR BUF +2000
Kyler Murray QB ARI +2000
Russell Wilson QB SEA +2000

Defensive Player of the Year Odds

If Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald snags his third NFL Defensive Player of the Year award in 2021, he will move into a league of his own, breaking the three-way tie with J.J. Watt and Lawrence Taylor.

Aaron Donald DT LAR +500
Myles Garrett EDGE CLE +500
T.J. Watt EDGE PIT +800
Chase Young EDGE WAS +850
Joey Bosa EDGE LAC +1000
Nick Bosa EDGE SF +1600
Khalil Mack EDGE CHI +1600
Devin White LB CHI +1800
Jamal Adams S SEA +2000
Derwin James S LAC +2000
Xavien Howard CB MIA +2000
Darius Leonard LB IND +2000
J.J. Watt DT ARI +2000

Comeback Player of the Year Odds

The entire football world stopped in its tracks when Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott went down via injury in 2020. Now, fresh off a brand-new mega-contract and great optimism in the Dallas air, America’s Team’s quarterback is the heavy favorite to take home 2021 Comeback Player of the Year honors.

Dak Prescott QB DAL +225
Saquon Barkley RB NYG +700
Joe Burrow QB CIN +700
Christian McCaffrey RB CAR +800
Nick Bosa EDGE LAC +1000
Carson Wentz QB IND +1000
George Kittle TE SF +1000
Jimmy Garoppolo QB SF +1200
Michael Thomas WR NO +1200
Odell Beckham Jr. WR CLE +1400
Courtland Sutton WR DEN +1400
Derwin James S LAC +1600
Jameis Winston QB NO +1600
Sam Darnold QB CAR +1800

Head Coach of the Year Odds

Everybody’s on the Brandon Staley train. The NFL Head Coach of the Year category seemingly always goes to an underachieving team from the year prior, and in the case of the Los Angeles Chargers, not even Staley’s rookie head-coaching status kept him away from leading the pack.

Brandon Staley Chargers +1000
Bill Belichick Patriots +1200
Urban Meyer Jaguars +1400
Kyle Shanahan 49ers +1400
Arthur Smith Falcons +1400
Brian Flores Dolphins +1600
Matt Rhule Panthers +1600
Vic Fangio Broncos +1600
Kliff Kingsbury Cardinals +1800
Sean McVay Rams +1800
Sean McDermott Bills +1800
Sean Payton Saints +1800

AFC East Odds

It doesn’t matter that there are just four teams per division; winning an NFL division is an incredible accomplishment. No, pro football teams don’t rush the field and pop champagne like their baseball counterparts do, but perhaps they should.

Just eight division champs in a world that hosts 32 organizations is more than worthy of over-the-top applause.

To see the Buffalo Bills predictably at -150 has old-school Jim Kelly/K-gun fans feeling the nostalgia. It’s been at least two decades since Bills Mafia could fully appreciate the consistent respect the Bills are experiencing right now.

Buffalo Bills -150
Miami Dolphins +310
New England Patriots +350
New York Jets +2500

AFC North Odds

The early surprise of the 2020 season, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are the Rodney Dangerfield of the football betting world right now. No respect. Currently, it’s a two-team race between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns in the AFC North.

Baltimore Ravens +115
Cleveland Browns +150
Pittsburgh Steelers +450
Cincinnati Bengals +2500

AFC South Odds

How the Indianapolis Colts lost that Wild Card matchup in Buffalo this past January is still a mystery, but the sportsbooks have them favored to take home the AFC South at +105.

Tennessee Titans +110
Indianapolis Colts +115
Jacksonville Jaguars +700
Houston Texans +2800

AFC West Odds

Anybody other than Andy Reid’s squad capturing the AFC West in 2021 would come as a total and genuine shock.

Kansas City Chiefs -250
Los Angeles Chargers +450
Denver Broncos +550
Las Vegas Raiders +2000

NFC East Odds

The division that did everything possible to frustrate an entire sport was allowed back for 2021 play. (Just kidding; The NFL had no choice in the matter.) From the Dallas Cowboys’ +125 number to the Philadelphia Eagles’ +500 mark, all four teams are grouped incredibly close together.

Dallas Cowboys +135
Washington Football Team +200
New York Giants +450
Philadelphia Eagles +550

NFC North Odds

If the AFC West sports bettors are playing Wheel of Fortune with a dominant head start, those who bravely take on the NFC North suit the very popular Jeopardy! Aaron Rodgers’ uncertain status — thanks in part to the classic game show — makes this division a complete wild card.

Green Bay Packers -125
Minnesota Vikings +225
Chicago Bears +400
Detroit Lions +2500

NFC South Odds

No Drew Brees means the NFC South becomes wildly unpredictable. Even the Carolina Panthers at +1100 is a team to look over for a considerable period of time.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -160
New Orleans Saints +300
Atlanta Falcons +800
Carolina Panthers +850

NFC West Odds

Sure, the San Francisco 49ers did suffer through an incredible number of injuries a year ago, but do they really deserve top billing in the NFC West? This is the big question in this division at the moment.

Los Angeles Rams +180
San Francisco 49ers +200
Seattle Seahawks +275
Arizona Cardinals +600
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