- The Los Angeles Rams have +1000 odds to win the NFC Championship.
- The Arizona Cardinals ad Chicago Bears both have +1400 odds at winning the NFC.
- The San Francisco 49ers have longer +1600 odds to win the NFC Championship.
LOS ANGELES – As the NFL season continues, teams are starting to solidify themselves on the NFC Championship odds boards. There are currently four teams that are sitting under +1000 odds but for those bettors that are looking to take the risk, there are teams that are sitting over +1000 that could potentially make a run at the NFC title.
NFL sportsbooks currently have the Los Angeles Rams right at +1000 odds which are the shortest odds for teams at or over +1000.
Odds To Win NFC Championship
- Seattle Seahawks +300
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +500
- Green Bay Packers +550
- New Orleans Saints +600
- Los Angeles Rams +1000
- Arizona Cardinals +1400
- Chicago Bears +1400
- San Francisco 49ers +1600
Starting with the Los Angeles Rams, they have been playing spectacular thus far.
Many thought that after they released Todd Gurley that they would be entering a slight rebuild, but that is not the case as they have found success with their three-back running back committee with Darrell Henderson at the helm.
They have been getting great play not just from Henderson, who took over the committee, but also from Cooper Kupp who has totaled 374 yards and two touchdowns thus far and even Jared Goff who has been showing some signs of consistency.
The Rams defense also deserves credit as they have been one of the top defenses against every position. They rank 26 against opposing quarterbacks, 19 against running backs, 32 against wide receivers and 17 against tight ends.
With that, they would offer a great payout to those taking the chance on them.
The Cardinals have taken the league by storm behind the spectacular play of Kyler Murray.
Murray has added his name to the list of elite dual-threat quarterbacks in the league as he has thrown for 10 touchdowns and rushed for six.
They have also been playing spectacular defense as well as they rank 29 against opposing wide receivers and 25 against opposing quarterbacks.
If they come out on top of the NFC Championship, it would certainly surprise many.
The Chicago Bears have been a fairytale story this season as they started the season with Mitch Trubisky under center and moved on to Nick Foles and have not skipped a beat since doing so.
They are sitting at a very strong 5-1 record which leads the NFC North as well.
Since Foles took over in Week 4, he has thrown for 878 yards and six touchdowns. He has built great chemistry with his receivers such as Allen Robinson, Jimmy Graham and Andre Miller.
Also, per usual, the Bears defense has also stood their ground as they have allowed the seventh least points in the league.
San Francisco 49ers
Lastly, the Super Bowl 54 runner ups, the San Francisco 49ers should not be counted out just yet.
They have not gotten rid of their injury bug just yet but they have been able to stay afloat throughout it as they are sitting at a .500 record. They are just starting to get back to full health which should help them in the long run.
The Niners defense is also dealing with some injuries, most notably to Nick Bosa but have been able to gain some traction which certainly has helped. Being that they have the Super Bowl experience, their current odds could turn out a nice payout.
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