NFL Division Odds

The 2008-09 NFL Season will be approaching soon and it’s time to look at team odds to win in each division in the NFC and AFC. Oddsmakers from onlinesports book SGB Global have odds for every team and have made the Steelers, Patriots, Colts, Chargers, Vikings, Cowboys, Saints and Seahawks the respective favorites in their divisions.

Bet on the 2008/09 NFL Division Odds

Below are odds for every team in each of the eight divisions. SBG Global has made the New England Patriots a staggering –800 to win the AFC East, while the Indianapolis Colts are favored to win the AFC South at –175. The team with the biggest long shot to win their division is the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC South at +1250.

Odds to win 2008/09 AFC North Division   

83    Ravens +750

84    Bengals +300

85    Browns +185

86    Steelers +115

Odds to win 2008/09 AFC East Division 

87    Bills +800

88    Dolphins +2000

89    Patriots -800

90    Jets +800

Odds to win 2008/09 AFC South Division 

91    Texans +850

92    Colts -175

93    Jaguars +145

94    Titans +850

Odds to win 2008/09 AFC West Division   

95    Broncos +400

96    Chiefs +800

97    Raiders +800

98    Chargers -250

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Odds to win 2008/09 NFC North Division   

99    Bears +225

100    Lions +450

101    Packers +185

102    Vikings +185

Odds to win 2008/09 NFC East Division   

103    Cowboys +135

104    Giants +275

105    Eagles +250

106    Redskins +425

Odds to win 2008/09 NFC South Division   

107    Falcons +1250

108    Panthers +225

109    Saints +135

110    Buccaneers +200

Odds to win 2008/09 NFC West Division   

111    Cardinals +225

112    49ers +465

113    Seahawks +125

114    Rams +425

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