Titans, Packers, Bucs, Cowboys Division Odds Offer A Parlay Lock

  • The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have -5000 odds to win the NFC South.
  • The Green Bay Packers are -2500 favorites to win the NFC North.
  • The Tennessee Titans have -1200 odds to win the AFC South.
  • The Dallas Cowboys odds to win the NFC East are -900.

TAMPA, Fla. – As the NFL regular season inches closer to a finish, it is time to start looking at the odds for the different division winners. More specifically, odds for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans, and Dallas Cowboys.

While NFL betting sites have all four of these teams heavily favored to win their divisions, better odds can be found when parlaying their odds together. As they sit right now, the Buccaneers have -5000 odds, the Packers are at -2500, the Titans at -1200, and the Dallas Cowboys are with -900 odds to win the division.

Rather than betting $100 on each team ($400 total) to win their division individually to win $25, parlaying their odds together at -361 odds for $100 would profit $28.

Expected To Win

All of these teams are multiple games ahead of the second-place team in their division.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 8-3 and four games ahead of the Atlanta Falcons (5-6). The Buccaneers also have the sixth easiest schedule remaining this season as their remaining opponents combine for a 30-38 record.

The Green Bay Packers are also sitting with an 8-3 record in the NFC North and are four games ahead of the second-place Minnesota Vikings (5-6) as well. The Packers have an even simpler schedule than the Buccaneers do as their opponents remaining have a combined record of 23-32-1.

The Tennessee Titans have an 8-4 record and are two games ahead of the Indianapolis Colts for first place in the AFC South. The Titans currently have the easiest remaining schedule this season as their opponents have a 20-35-1 record.

The Dallas Cowboys are also two games ahead of the second-place Washington Football Team in the NFC East with a 7-4 record. The Cowboys remaining teams on schedule have combined for a 33-34 record.

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