- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are heavily favored to win the NFC South with -200 odds.
- The New Orleans Saints have +300 odds to win the division.
- The Atlanta Falcons win total is set at 7.5 wins on the season.
- The Carolina Panthers have +220 odds to make the playoffs.
LAS VEGAS — The NFC South provides plenty of money-making opportunities when betting on the division that has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers heavily favored to win the NFC South.
NFC South Odds To Win
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers -200
- New Orleans Saints +300
- Atlanta Falcons +800
- Carolina Panthers +1100
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds Outlook
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Win Total
- Over 11.5 Wins -145
- Under 11.5 Wins +110
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds To Make The Playoffs
- Yes -700
- No +425
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are easily the best team in the NFC South and after their tremendous Super Bowl 55 win, they have done all of the right things in the offseason to make sure that they are contenders once again.
They have brought back all of their offensive and defensive starters and have bolstered up both sides of the ball as well through the draft.
As for their win total, they missed their over by just one game last season and with an extra game on schedule for the new season, the chances of them hitting the Over have gone up even more.
New Orleans Saints Odds Outlook
New Orleans Saints Season Win Total
- Over 9 Wins -120
- Under 9 Wins -110
New Orleans Saints Odds To Make The Playoffs
- Yes -110
- No -120
Although the New Orleans Saints have the second shortest odds to win NFC South, Drew Brees is not under center anymore. The team has yet to decide on if Taysom Hill or Jameis Winston will take over; however, rumors have swirled that Taysom Hill is the favorite to land the job.
If Hill were to start, this team would get minimal production out of its offense. Last season, Alvin Kamara stayed under 60 rushing yards in three of the four games that Hill started and also recorded 53 total receiving yards as well in those games. Aside from that, their star wide receiver, Michael Thomas is not expected to start the season and miss at least the first four weeks following ankle surgery from last season.
With all of these questions and concerns still surrounding the Saints, money at NFL sports betting sites could absolutely be made betting on them to miss the playoffs as well as the Under on their win total for the season.
Atlanta Falcons Odds Outlook
Atlanta Falcons Season Win Total
- Over 7.5 Wins -150
- Under 7.5 Wins +115
Atlanta Falcons Odds To Make The Playoffs
- Yes +200
- No -275
The Atlanta Falcons are in a downward spiral after losing leading wide receiver in Julio Jones. The Falcons offense may still thrive with Calvin Ridley and Kyle Pitts, but there are lots of questions that still need to be answered.
The real reason though for betting on the Falcons to miss the playoffs is that their defense allowed the fourth-most total yards all season.
Still, the Falcons though could turn a profit for those taking the Over on their win total. Although they stayed under last season, they have the third easiest schedule in 2021 with their division matching up with the NFC East.
Carolina Panthers Odds Outlook
Carolina Panthers Season Win Total
- Over 7.5 Wins -120
- Under 7.5 Wins -110
Carolina Panthers Odds To Make The Playoffs
- Yes +220
- No -300
The Carolina Panthers are another team providing a profit when betting on them to miss the playoffs. The Panthers brought in Sam Darnold at quarterback to replace Teddy Bridgewater but has shown various signs of inconsistency.
On a brighter note, they are starting the season fully healthy which could give some hope for those betting on the over.
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