Updated NFL Division Odds: Steelers Inch Closer to Browns as Favorite in AFC North

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  • See the latest odds to win all eight NFL divisions following the draft.

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook released updated odds for all eight NFL divisions following the draft, featuring a few notable movements.

  • While the Steelers’ improvement from 8-5 to 3-2 is only slight, it represents an uptick from 38.46% to 40% in implied odds to win the AFC North — inching closer to the Browns, who have held steady at 7-5 (41.67% implied odds).
  • The Eagles and Colts improved their odds to win the NFC East and AFC South, respectively, with Philly pulling away from Dallas and Indy from Houston.

Now let’s run through the full odds for all eight divisions below, listed in order of best odds to win each.

NFL Division Odds

Note: All odds as of April 28

AFC East Odds

  • New England Patriots: 1-5
  • New York Jets: 11-2
  • Buffalo Bills: 8-1
  • Miami Dolphins: 50-1

AFC North Odds

  • Cleveland Browns: 7-5
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: 3-2
  • Baltimore Ravens: 3-1
  • Cincinnati Bengals: 20-1

AFC South Odds

  • Indianapolis Colts: 10-11
  • Houston Texans: 14-5
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: 5-1
  • Tennessee Titans: 5-1

AFC West Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs: 5-8
  • Los Angeles Chargers: 9-5
  • Denver Broncos: 10-1
  • Oakland Raiders: 16-1
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NFC East Odds

  • Philadelphia Eagles: 4-5
  • Dallas Cowboys: 7-5
  • Washington Redskins: 12-1
  • New York Giants: 14-1

NFC North Odds

  • Chicago Bears: 8-5
  • Minnesota Vikings: 2-1
  • Green Bay Packers: 2-1
  • Detroit Lions: 14-1

NFC South Odds

  • New Orleans Saints: 5-9
  • Atlanta Falcons: 3-1
  • Carolina Panthers: 5-1
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 16-1

NFC West Odds

  • Los Angeles Rams: 4-7
  • Seattle Seahawks: 3-1
  • San Francisco 49ers: 4-1
  • Arizona Cardinals: 30-1

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