Updated AFC Champion Odds

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The Buffalo Bills have the highest win total in the NFL, so it's no surprise that they're the favorite to win the AFC in 2022.

Buffalo enters the summer -- after free agency, the NFL Draft and schedule release -- at +360 to win the conference at Caesars Sportsbook.

The Chiefs are next in the +500 range after falling from as high as +400 depending on the sportsbook. Kansas City shipped out Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins a couple of months back and didn't do too much with their new receiving corps to please oddsmakers.

The Chargers (+850) and Broncos (+850) are making the AFC West look like the best division in the NFL. After that, the Browns come in at +1000 since the acquisition of Deshaun Watson, and the reigning conference champion Bengals are tied with the Ravens at +1200.

Some real value should be looked at in the Las Vegas Raiders. Yes, they are in the scary AFC West, but after making the playoffs last season, they added Davante Adams and Chandler Jones to the roster. Their odds are +2500 to win the conference.

Odds via Caesars and updated in real-time.

TeamOdds
Buffalo Bills
+250
Kansas City Chiefs
+400
Baltimore Ravens
+750
Miami Dolphins
+1000
Los Angeles Chargers
+1100
Cincinnati Bengals
+1200
Denver Broncos
+1200
Indianapolis Colts
+1500
Cleveland Browns
+2200
Tennessee Titans
+2800
Jacksonville Jaguars
+2800
Las Vegas Raiders
+4000
New England Patriots
+4000
Pittsburgh Steelers
+6600
New York Jets
+12500
Houston Texans
+20000

Preseason Updates

May 23: As we head into OTAs and the summer months, the Bills are holding strong as favorites at +360. The Chiefs continue to move down but still hold the second-best odds at +500, while the Chargers (+850) and Broncos (+850) are helping make the AFC West the toughest division in the conference -- and likely the whole league.

April 1: With some free agency moves beginning to change the make up of teams across the league, the Bills got stronger as a team and as odds on favorites, jumping ahead to +350 while the Chiefs moved down to +450. The Chargers (+800), Broncos (+850) and Browns (+900) all closed the gap as well.

Feb 15: The Bills and Chiefs started the offseason in the driver's seat to win the conference tied at +400, with the only other team with triple digit odds being the reigning champion Bengals.

FUTURESConsensusCons.
Buffalo BillsBills
+250
+275
+225
+300
+200
+250
+250
Kansas City ChiefsChiefs
+400
+375
+350
+600
+330
+400
+400
Baltimore RavensRavens
+750
+650
+750
+1000
+800
+750
+750
Miami DolphinsDolphins
+1000
+1000
+1100
+1800
+1000
+1000
+900
Los Angeles ChargersChargers
+1100
+1100
+1100
+800
+1200
+1200
+1100
Cincinnati BengalsBengals
+1200
+1100
+900
+1100
+1200
+1200
+1300
Denver BroncosBroncos
+1200
+1200
+1100
+900
+1300
+1200
+1000
Indianapolis ColtsColts
+1500
+1700
+1600
+1300
+1800
+1500
+1500
Cleveland BrownsBrowns
+2200
+2800
+2000
+1800
+2500
+2500
+2000
Tennessee TitansTitans
+2800
+3800
+2500
+1800
+3500
+3100
+2800
Jacksonville JaguarsJaguars
+2800
+2800
+3000
+6000
+3000
+3100
+2500
Las Vegas RaidersRaiders
+4000
+5000
+4000
+1600
+4000
+4000
+4000
New England PatriotsPatriots
+4000
+4500
+3500
+2200
+5000
+4400
+4000
Pittsburgh SteelersSteelers
+6600
+7000
+6000
+5000
+7500
+7000
+5000
New York JetsJets
+12500
+12500
+15000
+5500
+15000
+12000
+12500
Houston TexansTexans
+20000
+40000
+20000
+15000
+20000
+22000
+15000

Past AFC Champions

Odds via Sports Odds History prior to Week 1 of that season.

The Patriots have represented the AFC in the Super Bowl nine times since 2001, putting up a dominant effort over a nearly two-decade span. The Steelers, Colts, Broncos and Chiefs have all won the conference twice in that span -- with the Ravens doing the same if you include 2000.

Year Team Record Odds
2001 New England Patriots 11-5 +2000
2002 Las Vegas Raiders 11–5 +600
2003 New England Patriots 14–2 +700
2004 New England Patriots 14–2 +400
2005 Pittsburgh Steelers 11–5 +600
2006 Indianapolis Colts 12–4 +300
2007 New England Patriots 16–0 +175
2008 Pittsburgh Steelers 12–4 +900
2009 Indianapolis Colts 14–2 +650
2010 Pittsburgh Steelers 12–4 +1000
2011 New England Patriots 13–3 +275
2012 Baltimore Ravens 10–6 +700
2013 Denver Broncos 13–3 +260
2014 New England Patriots 12–4 +300
2015 Denver Broncos 13–3 +350
2016 New England Patriots 14–2 +275
2017 New England Patriots 13–3 +125
2018 New England Patriots 11–5 +300
2019 Kansas City Chiefs 12–4 +250
2020 Kansas City Chiefs 14–2 +200
2021 Cincinnati Bengals 10–7 +8000

AFC South

  • Texans logoHouston Texans

    • Playoff Berths: 6
    • Division Titles: 6
    • AFC Championships: 0
    • Super Bowl Championships: 0

  • Colts logoIndianapolis Colts

    • Playoff Berths: 24
    • Division Titles: 15
    • AFC Championships: 3
    • Super Bowl Championships: 2

    • Playoff Berths: 7
    • Division Titles: 3
    • AFC Championships: 0
    • Super Bowl Championships: 0

    • Playoff Berths: 20
    • Division Titles: 7
    • AFC Championships: 1
    • Super Bowl Championships: 0

AFC East

  • Bills logoBuffalo Bills

    • Playoff Berths: 20
    • Division Titles: 11
    • AFC Championships: 4
    • Super Bowl Championships: 0

  • Dolphins logoMiami Dolphins

    • Playoff Berths: 23
    • Division Titles: 13
    • AFC Championships: 5
    • Super Bowl Championships: 2

  • Patriots logoNew England Patriots

    • Playoff Berths: 27
    • Division Titles: 21
    • AFC Championships: 11
    • Super Bowl Championships: 6

  • Jets logoNew York Jets

    • Playoff Berths: 12
    • Division Titles: 2
    • AFC Championships: 0
    • Super Bowl Championships: 1

AFC North

  • Ravens logoBaltimore Ravens

    • Playoff Berths: 13
    • Division Titles: 6
    • AFC Championships: 2
    • Super Bowl Championships: 2

  • Bengals logoCincinnati Bengals

    • Playoff Berths: 15
    • Division Titles: 10
    • AFC Championships: 3
    • Super Bowl Championships: 0

  • Browns logoCleveland Browns

    • Playoff Berths: 15
    • Division Titles: 6
    • AFC Championships: 0
    • Super Bowl Championships: 0

  • Steelers logoPittsburgh Steelers

    • Playoff Berths: 32
    • Division Titles: 24
    • AFC Championships: 8
    • Super Bowl Championships: 6

AFC West

  • Broncos logoDenver Broncos

    • Playoff Berths: 22
    • Division Titles: 15
    • AFC Championships: 8
    • Super Bowl Championships: 3

  • Chiefs logoKansas City Chiefs

    • Playoff Berths: 20
    • Division Titles: 12
    • AFC Championships: 2
    • Super Bowl Championships: 2

  • Raiders logoLas Vegas Raiders

    • Playoff Berths: 20
    • Division Titles: 12
    • AFC Championships: 4
    • Super Bowl Championships: 3

  • Chargers logoLos Angeles Chargers

    • Playoff Berths: 14
    • Division Titles: 10
    • AFC Championships: 1
    • Super Bowl Championships: 0
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