AFC Division Odds

The NFL division odds have been released and once again is leading the pack. Here’s a look at the AFC, with the NFC preview coming out soon.

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AFC East

New England is the slight leader here, but it’s pretty much a tie with the Jets. The New York media and fans have set the bar high where anything less than a Super bowl appearance will be a disappointment. Get ready to be disappointed! Miami added Brandon Marshall and is good value at 3/1. Buffalo is the deserved long shot.

New England Patriots 5/4

New York Jets 7/5

Miami Dolphins 3/1

Buffalo Bills 20/1

AFC North  

Baltimore is a very solid all-around team, but is only the favorite because of the Ben Roethlisberger situation. The Steelers will need to survive at least the first four games without the suspended ‘Big Ben.’ Cincy ended last year on a sour note, but they did win the division. Cleveland coach Eric Mangini should start updating his resume.

Baltimore Ravens 10/11

Pittsburgh Steelers 2/1

Cincinnati Bengals 7/2

Cleveland Browns 12/1

AFC South 

Indianapolis is still stinging from the Super Bowl defeat, but the oddsmakers like them as heavy ‘chalk’ in the AFC South. Texas is considered an emerging team, for the fourth year in a row! Tennessee played much better in the second half, but still has a lot of question marks. Jacksonville is Jacksonville, which means another long year. 

Indianapolis Colts 2/3

Tennessee Titans 7/2

Houston Texans 7/2

Jacksonville Jaguars 8/1

AFC West 

San Diego had a very disappointing home loss to the Jets in the playoffs. What else do you expect from coach Norv Turner? Luckily for them, they play in the AFC’s weakest division, although Denver looks like very good value at 5/1. Kansas City and Oakland should be farther behind, but I think Oakland ends up in third with KC in the basement.

San Diego Chargers 2/5

Denver Broncos 5/1

Kansas City Chiefs 6/1

Oakland Raiders 13/2

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Posted: 5/10/10 3:00PM ET


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