NFC South Division Odds – Best NFC South Betting Lines
While the last 10 seasons have seen all four teams win the division, the one team that has pulled ahead of the race are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers behind Tom Brady. Over the last two seasons, NFL online sportsbooks have had high praises for the Bucs and they’ve delivered as well. The New Orleans Saints aren’t far off though as their opening NFC South Division odds remain under the +400 mark for the fourth straight season. Now for the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons, they are both far off from competing for the division title with their opening odds over the +1000 mark.
To learn more about the enjoyment of betting on the NFC South, you can find anything you need to know about it on this page. We will cover all of the odds that the NFC South has to offer such as each teams odds to win Super Bowl 57 and much more. You will also find a breakdown of each team and the history of the division’s odds.
NFC South Standings
NFC South Division Odds
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have completely taken over the division since Tom Brady joined the team in 2020. They are now going on their second straight year with -200 favored odds to win the division or more and have held their own against competition in the division as well. In the two-season with Brady under center, they’ve cashed their moneyline odds at a 69% clip for a 9-4 record versus division teams. They are firing against the spread as well with a 22-17 record in the last two seasons and winning their games by a whopping 9.1 points, the highest in the league in that span.
New Orleans Saints
Unfortunately for the New Orleans Saints, their preseason odds to win the division have been moving backwards after opening at +350 for the second straight year after winning four straight division titles prior to that. Aside from the giant that is the Buccaneers standing in their way of a division title, they have done a consistently good job against the spread over the last five seasons against division opponents. They’ve gone 20-12 ATS in that time frame. Another profitable area has been their win totals as they’ve gone over in four of the last five seasons and pushed in the other one. If you would’ve bet on them to hit the over each season since 2017, you’d be up $421.43 when betting $100 each time.
The Carolina Panthers last won the NFC South championship back in 2015, however, since then, their odds have gotten longer and longer each season. Looking at the last three seasons, they’ve opened at or above +1000 each year with their longest coming at +3000. While their backwards super bowl betting trend does not help the value of their odds, there is one area that could turn a profit on them and that is the total points in their regular-season games. Since 2012, Carolina has hit the over on the Over/Under at a solid 52.4% rate and an 87-79-2 record. With their defense allowing over 400 points in the last three seasons and their offense putting up 3+ TDs a game in those three seasons as well, this is an area to keep an eye on during the season.
The Atlanta Falcons have had a dreadful last four seasons as their preseason divisional odds have opened at +800 or higher in the last three seasons. Fading them over the last four seasons has actually turned a huge profit on different odds boards. Starting with their odds to make the playoffs, if you bet $100 on Atlanta to miss the playoffs in the last four seasons, you’d be up $264.70. As for their projected win totals, betting $100 on them to stay under the projection would give you $403.33 in profit.
Taking A Futures Bet On The NFC South
There are tons of different futures odds available on the NFC South that aren’t just the odds to win the division. You can bet on the teams in the NFC South on other odds boards as well including the Super Bowl LVII odds, odds to win the NFC Championship, win totals, odds to make the playoffs, and so on.
NFC South Super Bowl Odds
NFC South Conference Championship Odds
NFC South MVP Contenders
NFC South Odds To Make The Playoffs
NFC South Win Totals
Past NFC South Champions
This division has been one of the more closely kept ones as no team has asserted themselves as a real dynasty just yet. Each team has between six and nine division championships to their names. The Saints lead the way being that they’ve won the most in recent years having won four of the last five. Looking at who the heaviest favorite to win was, the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers won with -240 odds. As for the longest odds to win the division, the Atlanta Falcons won in 2017 with +1000 preseason odds.
|2021||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||-200|
|2020||New Orleans Saints||-160|
|2019||New Orleans Saints||-140|
|2018||New Orleans Saints||+120|
|2017||New Orleans Saints||+600|
|2011||New Orleans Saints||+100|
|2009||New Orleans Saints||+175|
|2007||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+450|
|2006||New Orleans Saints||+700|
|2005||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+500|
|2002||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||-240|
NFC South Teams To Win The Super Bowl
Just three teams in the NFC South have been able to call themselves Super Bowl champions. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers own two of them as they won the division first Super Bowl title back in 2002 and the most recent one in 2020. The New Orleans Saints are the other team to win the Super Bowl from the NFC South which came in 2009. It is also worth noting that all of the Super Bowl Champions from the division have all come with +1000 preseason odds or higher.
Past NFC South Super Bowl Winners
|2020||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1000|
|2009||New Orleans Saints||+2000|
|2002||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1200|
NFC South Teams To Make The Wild Card
In eight Wild Card Round appearances by nine teams, only two teams have been able to make it past the divisional round. The 2005 Carolina Panthers made it to the NFC Championship game before falling short to the Seattle Seahawks. Most recently, the 2020 Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl from the Wild Card spot during Tom Brady’s first season with the team. Looking at the Falcons, they have four Wild Card Round appearances that saw two of them lose in the divisional round. The Saints have two Wild Card berths in which one of them made it to the divisional round before losing.
|2020:||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||-200|
|2013:||New Orleans Saints||-550|
|2010:||New Orleans Saints||-215|