2016 AFC Conference Odds to Win

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LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) – The Patriots are fresh off their victory over the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX and have opened as favorites to win the AFC Conference in 2015.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Patriots are 11/4 favorites to win the AFC Conference in 2015 while the Colts have the next-best odds at 9/2. The Broncos, meanwhile, are 6/1 to win the conference next season while the Ravens and the Steelers are 9/1, respectively.

The Bengals and Chargers are also 16/1 to win the AFC Conference in 2015 while the Texans, Chiefs and Dolphins are 18/1, respectively. The Bills are 25/1, the Browns are 33/1 and the Jets are 50/1. The three massive long shots to win the conference are the Raiders and Titans at 75/1, respectively, and the Jaguars are 100/1.

The Patriots are also 6/1 to win the 2016 Super Bowl, putting them just behind the Seahawks (11/2) in terms of odds. The Broncos and Colts are 14/1 to win next year’s Super Bowl, while the Ravens and Steelers are 20/1. You can check out the rest of the Super Bowl futures here.

2015 AFC Conference Odds to Win

New England Patriots 11/4

Indianapolis Colts 9/2

Denver Broncos 6/1

Baltimore Ravens 9/1

Pittsburgh Steelers 9/1

Cincinnati Bengals 16/1

San Diego Chargers 16/1

Houston Texans 18/1

Kansas City Chiefs 18/1

Miami Dolphins 18/1

Buffalo Bills 25/1

Cleveland Browns 33/1

New York Jets 50/1

Oakland Raiders 75/1

Tennessee Titans 75/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1

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