Betting On NFC Championship Odds
Betting on the BFC Championship odds is another layer of Super Bowl betting for fans to enjoy. The past 11 Super Bowl winners include six NFC teams and six AFC teams. As of late though, things have swung towards the AFC, with the conference winning five of the last six titles. Now that Tom Brady has joined the NFC, things could star shifting in their favor.
It will be up the NFC “G.OA.T.S” like Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and now Tom Brady to resurrect the NFC Championship odds. These teams will really need to step up as there have been a few teams that have fallen out as of late like the Rams, Cowboys and Eagles. The 2020 season will be a true test to the NFC to see if they can turn things around in their favor. Find out the latest odds for the NFC West, NFC East, NFC South, and NFC North divisions to help prepare for betting on Super Bowl odds.
Betting On The NFC Playoff Games
It may not seem like it, but betting on the NFC playoff games might seem difficult but it really is not. There aren’t too many contending teams in the NFC. The Saints, 49ers, Buccaneers, Seahawks and Packers make up the teams that could really make the most noise in the playoffs. As long as they aren’t matched up against each other, bettors should feel confident when betting on one of these teams in the playoffs. Surprises in the conference can happen though and the 49ers are a prime example of this as they went from 4-12 in the 2018 season to 13-3 in the 2019 season. Teams that can surprise the NFC this year could be the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals.
Odds To Win The NFC Championship
You would think that the San Francisco 49ers would be the sole leader on odds boards to win the NFC Championship after they are coming off of a Super Bowl appearance but they are met with the New Orleans Saints who have the same odds at +500.
Things will get tricky though as now both of these teams have to watch out for the new-look Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+800) and Tom Brady who we all know you can never bet against. Something that Tampa Bay will be looking to do this year and is now entirely possible is play a Super Bowl in their home stadium as the game is in Raymond James Stadium. When betting on the NFC Championship, make sure to pick out the few powerhouse teams first that could help you turn a profit.
NFC Championship Odds
The NFC West is another division that is going to be competitive. It’ll more than likely come down to the 49ers (-125) and the Seahawks (+350). They are coming out this season with a vengeance to get back to the Super Bowl and they just might do it. The Seahawks have been consistently good over the years and this year should be no different. As for the Rams (+400) and Cardinals (+700), the Rams seem to be on the way down while the Cards are on the way up. Jared Goff had an awful year last year for the Rams and if he can't get into shape this year, they can expect a second straight year out of the postseason. The Cardinals have done all the right things this offseason to be able to rise once again. Not to mention, Kyler Murray had a great rookie season and is looking to follow that up this year.
The NFC East was a complete train wreck last year and we can expect to see the same thing this year as well. There were high expectations for both the Eagles and Cowboys to have string season and they both did the complete opposite. The Eagles finished 9-7 while the Cowboys were close behind at 8-8. The Eagles lead the oddsboard with even odds while Dallas is at +125. Both of these teams hardly made any impactful moves during the offseason. As for the remaining Redskins (+1600) and Giants (+900), don’t even bother wasting your time here. The Redskins currently have a mess at the quarterback position with Kyle Allen and Dwayne Haskins. The Giants are still banking on Danny Dimes to prove the doubter wrong but they haven’t made any notable moves during free agency.
Betting on the NFC North is something that should only be done for experienced sports bettors. This conference is always competitive and it's looking to be like that again this year. The Packers currently lead the odds at +125. They had a strong year last year going 13-3 despite the injury-plagued season for Davante Adams. As for the Vikings (+225), Kirk Cousins still needs to work on consistency, but Dalvin Cook had a great bounce-back year after being injured and we can expect to see that keep up. They did take a hit though in the receiving core after losing Stefon Diggs to the Bills. The Bears (+300) are a bit more confusing, as the Bears are facing a lot of questions that bettors need answers to. So, it's safe to say do not take the chance on them. As for the Lions (+900), no one should even think of betting on them for the foreseeable future unless they move on from Stafford.
Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees, twice a year… enough said. The NFC South is going to be competitive this year. The Saints are still the favorite at -125 to win the division, and they got even stronger this year offensively after signing Emmanuel Sanders. Bettors should not question betting on the Saints despite the arrival of Brady in the division. The Bucs (+200) bringing in Brady is absolutely huge. This is going to be a fun team to watch as Mike Evans and Chris Godwin a real quarterback and it gives Brady quality receivers. The Falcons (+600) have the right pieces to be good, it’s a matter of if they can stay healthy that will decide their fate. Bringing in Todd Gurley is obviously an upgrade for them as they move on from Devonta Freeman. As for the Panthers (+1200), they are the new laughing stock of the league and bettors should not even waste their time here.
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