NFL Preseason Odds Include Divisional Futures

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

You can bet NFL preseason odds on the individual games that begin in August and you can also bet futures.

The most popular future bets are on which team will win the Super Bowl but they are not the only ones available. You can also get involved in NFL preseason betting by betting on which team you think will win their respective divisions.

NFL preseason odds begin with the Hall of Fame Game in early August but you don’t have to wait until then to bet NFL action. You can bet the futures right now.  There are odds on each team to win the Super Bowl and you can also bet teams to win their divisions. 

The New England Patriots are the favorites to win the AFC East and you can get them at NFL odds of about 6-5. The New York Jets are just behind the Patriots at odds of 7-5.  Miami is in the mix at odds of 3-1 while the Buffalo Bills are hopeless longshots. The odds on the AFC North favor the Baltimore Ravens to win the division.  They are actually odds-on favorites at -120.  The Pittsburgh Steelers are the second choice at about 2-1 followed by Cincinnati at 3-1 and Cleveland at about 15-1. The San Diego Chargers are the big favorites to win the AFC West at about -350.  Denver is the second choice in NFL preseason odds at 6-1 followed by Kansas City and Oakland.

The NFC has more competitive races starting with the NFC East where Dallas is the 6-5 favorite in NFL preseason betting to win the division.  Philadelphia and the New York Giants are the second choices at about 2.5 to 1 while Washington is the 6-1 longshot. The NFC North is split between Minnesota and Green Bay in the co-favorite’s role at about 7-5 while Chicago is the 3-1 third choice. Detroit is a huge longshot. The NFC South is led by the defending Super Bowl champion Saints who are -165 to win the division.  Atlanta is the 2-1 second choice followed by Carolina at 6-1 and Tampa Bay at big odds. The NFC West looks wide open with San Francisco the even money favorite followed by Arizona at 2-1 and Seattle at 3-1.  The Rams are big longshots in the NFC West.

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