Updated NFC North Title Odds

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The reign of the Green Bay Packers over the rest of the NFC North appears to be over as Aaron Rodgers has departed for New York.

The Packers have the worst odds to win the NFC North at +400 on DraftKings. 

The favorite in the division is the Detroit Lions. The Lions have progressively gotten better since hiring Dan Campbell a couple of years ago. Now is the year for them to take the next step. The Lions are +140 to win the division. 

Following close behind the Lions is the Minnesota Vikings. They are in an interesting spot as they lost two of their biggest stars during the offseason, Adam Thielen and Dalvin Cook. They still have Justin Jefferson who is likely the best wide receiver in the NFL. The Vikings are +290 to win the NFC North. 

Then there's the Bears. The Bears also appear to be on the rise. But they only won three games last season. Can they make a significant enough jump to get into division title contention? 

Check out win totals and schedules to set up your futures bets for the season.

Odds via DraftKings and updated in real-time.

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Past NFC North Winners

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

Green Bay has been a dominant force in the division since 2002, but the Vikings and Bears have had their days on top as well. The Lions haven't won a crown since the division was constructed as it currently stands, but are slowly building to doing so -- hopefully for them.

Year Team Record Odds
2002 Green Bay Packers 12–4 -160
2003 Green Bay Packers 10–6 -150
2004 Green Bay Packers 10–6 +100
2005 Chicago Bears 11–5 +700
2006 Chicago Bears 13–3 -150
2007 Green Bay Packers 13–3 +600
2008 Minnesota Vikings 10–6 +160
2009 Minnesota Vikings 12–4 +160
2010 Chicago Bears 11–5 +450
2011 Green Bay Packers 15–1 -240
2012 Green Bay Packers 11–5 -250
2013 Green Bay Packers 8–7-1 -160
2014 Green Bay Packers 12–4 -175
2015 Minnesota Vikings 11–5 +500
2016 Green Bay Packers 10-6 -200
2017 Minnesota Vikings 13–3 +300
2018 Chicago Bears 12-4 +800
2019 Green Bay Packers 13–3 +225
2020 Green Bay Packers 13–3 -165
2021 Green Bay Packers 13–4 -165
2022 Minnesota Vikings 13-4 +240

Bears logoChicago Bears

The Bears can look back to 1985 when they had arguably the greatest defensive season of all-time that culminated in the franchises first and only Super Bowl title -- but not much else since. Chicago returned to the Super Bowl in 2006 but fell to Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts, and have otherwise been tough to watch for the better part of three plus decades. Mika Ditka is no more...and neither is Matt Nagy, who was finally let go during the 2022 offseason. Can Justin Fields lead them to the promised land?

  • Playoff Berths: 16
  • Division Titles: 11
  • NFC Championships: 2
  • Super Bowl Championships: 1

Lions logoDetroit Lions

Since the NFL-AFL merger in 1970, you can only point to one decade in which the Lions could've been considered a threat in the NFC -- the 1990s, when they made the playoffs six times and won two division titles in the process. But none of those playoff berths garnered much success, with Detroit one of the few remaining teams left to never win a Super Bowl -- and they haven't even reached one at that, as well. Matthew Stafford was their knight in shining armor for over a decade, but only took them to the playoffs three times. One year out of Detroit...and he's a Super Bowl champion. The Lions are clearly on the rise but they have to produce the results. 

  • Playoff Berths: 12
  • Division Titles: 3
  • NFC Championships: 0
  • Super Bowl Championships: 0

Packers logoGreen Bay Packers

Winners of the first two Super Bowls ever, the Kings of the North for the past two-plus decades have been tormenting not just their division, but the NFC as whole...up until the NFC Championships game that is. Through the Brett Favre era, the Packers made the conference championship game four times and won it twice. Back-to-back Super Bowl appearances in 1996 and 1997 resulted in a win in the former game. Moving to the Aaron Rodgers era, the Packers won the NFC Championship and Super Bowl on the young QBs first real deep playoff run, but have bowed out ever since, losing four straight appearances in the last decade. Now there's a new era in Green Bay and we'll see if Jordan Love can fill the massive shoes. 

  • Playoff Berths: 24
  • Division Titles: 16
  • NFC Championships: 3
  • Super Bowl Championships: 4

Vikings logoMinnesota Vikings

From 1969-1976, the Vikings made the Super Bowl four times...and came up empty in each. Unfortunately for Minnesota faithfuls, they haven't returned to the Big Game since. The Vikings have made their way to the playoffs more than any other team in the NFC North, but they've done little else besides making it in. Kirk Cousins has been the starter since 2018 and has produced just one playoff berth since...and he'll be the starter for the next two seasons. Justin Jefferson is the best wide receiver in the NFL, is that enough star power to get the Vikings to the Super Bowl.

  • Playoff Berths: 29
  • Division Titles: 19
  • NFC Championships: 3
  • Super Bowl Championships: 0
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