AFC North Division Odds – Best AFC North Betting Lines
The race in the AFC North has been heating up and in the 2023 season, three teams have opened up under +300 odds to win the division. It has been an even race as well in recent years with three different teams winning each of the last three seasons, none of which were the odds on favorites to win the division either. The Steelers have run the division with four of the last eight division titles, but their time might have come to an end with the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals up for contention. As for the Cleveland Browns, they are the only team in the division not to win a title since 2002.
As you continue on your search for AFC North division odds on this page, we cover a magnitude of different topics related to AFC North betting odds. Those include their Super Bowl LVII odds, odds to win the AFC Championship, and different MVP candidates in the division. Even a breakdown of the history of each team can be found here as a way for you to gauge your bets on the division.
AFC North Standings
- Cincinnati Bengals 11-4
- Baltimore Ravens 10-6
- Pittsburgh Steelers 8-8
- Cleveland Browns 7-9
AFC North Odds
Cincinnati Bengals Win Division
With two of the past four AFC North titles, the Baltimore Ravens combination of Lamar Jackson and John Harbaugh has been a viable and profitable duo for bettors over nearly a half-decade. Baltimore Ravens sportsbooks believed in the duo once again this season, as the team was the betting favorite for the AFC North entering this season with +145 odds. Other preseason odds had the Ravens as a strong team as well, with their +2000 Super Bowl and +900 were also the shortest in the AFC North heading into the season. As the current campaign continues to play out, updated odds on the Baltimore Ravens will be available on this page.
Despite coming off their first Super Bowl appearance since 1988, Cincinnati Bengals gave the Joe Burrow-led group +175 odds to win the AFC North, +1100 odds to reach the Super Bowl and win the AFC Championship, and +2200 odds to win the Big Game heading into the season. Since then, injuries to Ja'Marr Chase and Chidobe Awuzie have greatly influenced the Bengals' futures odds, as has the play of the team and its competitors. Updated Cincinnati Bengals futures odds will be available above and below this section.
The Cleveland Browns came into the 2022-23 season with their futures odds longer than in years past across the board. Cleveland entered the year with +4000 odds to win the Super Bowl (up from +1600 last season), +2200 odds to win the AFC Championship (up from +750), and +375 odds to win the AFC North (up from +150). Those odds have changed throughout the season, with the Browns' odds having the interesting distinction of not necessarily suffering with each loss as long as they are reasonably within playoff contention by the time Deshaun Watson is back from his suspension in Week 12.
A season of firsts for the Pittsburgh Steelers as the City of Champions' team entered the 2022-23 season with their longest odds in franchise history to win the Super Bowl (+9000), the AFC Championship (+5000), and the AFC North (+900). With Pittsburgh fielding a young team headlined by Kenny Pickett, Dionte Johnson, and George Pickens those odds have continued to fluctuate, with the most common talking points surrounding the Steelers this season more on their win total. Head Coach Mike Tomlin has never had a losing record as a Head Coach, but their preseason wins total of 7.5 indicated it was more likely than not in the cards this season. Updated win total odds on the Steelers are available below.
Taking A Future Bet On The AFC North
Futures betting on the AFC North is something that can not only be done all throughout the year, but also in many different forms. Aside from just betting on the winner of the division, you’ll also find other futures odds featuring AFC North teams such as odds to win the Super Bowl, AFC Championship odds, win totals, playoff odds, and tons more. Each of these futures odds can also be bet on throughout the season and offseason while they shift accordingly to what is happening with the teams.
AFC North Super Bowl Odds
- Cincinnati Bengals +700
- Baltimore Ravens +4000
- Pittsburgh Steelers +30000
AFC North Conference Championship Odds
- Cincinnati Bengals +400
- Baltimore Ravens +1600
- Pittsburgh Steelers +20000
AFC North MVP Contenders
- Joe Burrow +800
Preseason AFC North Odds To Make The Playoffs
- Baltimore Ravens: -1400
- Cincinnati Bengals: -125
- Cleveland Browns: +350
- Pittsburgh Steelers: +2000
Preseason AFC West Win Totals
- Baltimore Ravens: 10.5 Wins (Over -145; Under +110)
- Cincinnati Bengals: 9 Wins (Over -115; Under -115)
- Cleveland Browns: 7.5 Wins (Over -115; Under -115)
- Pittsburgh Steelers: 5.5 Wins (Over -105; Under -125)
Past AFC North Champions
Other than the Cleveland Browns who have not won a division title at all since 2002, it has been spread out. The Cincinnati Bengals have five to their name with their most recent coming in 2021 after going 10-7. However, their best year as a division champ came in 2015 at a 12-4 record. The Ravens have taken home six division titles since 2002 with their best coming in 2019 at 14-2 which is also their most recent. Lastly, the Pittsburgh Steelers have taken control in the last 19 years with nine division titles.
AFC North Teams To Win The Super Bowl
As a whole, the AFC North has totaled eight Super Bowl Championships. Six of them have come from the Pittsburgh Steelers while the other two came from the Baltimore Ravens. Of those eight Super Bowl championships, the Steelers won with the shortest odds after having +200 opening odds in 1975. The Ravens, on the other hand, won with the longest odds of the eight in 2000 with +2200 preseason odds.
Past AFC North Super Bowl Winners
AFC North Teams To Make The Wild Card
Since 2002, the AFC North has been represented in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs 11 times. Of those 11 appearances, the 2005-2006 Pittsburgh Steelers are the team that made it the furthest from that position as they went on to win the Super Bowl. The Ravens made it the second furthest after losing in the 2008 AFC Championship game. As for the rest of the years, six of them saw Wild Card Round losses while seven of them were divisional round losses.