NFL Division Odds 2022

Latest Odds for 2022-23 NFL Division Titles


The futures market for NFL division winners remains active as the regular season continues. The AFC South and NFC West are among the races that project to be tight, while other divisions such as AFC East and NFC South have clear favorites to win the titles. Here’s a look at the latest odds and what to watch for when betting on this year’s division winners.

Current NFL division winner odds

See below for current NFL division odds. To change the division market, click the dropdown on the table.

How to bet on NFL division winners

Sportsbooks make NFL division odds available over the offseason, with numbers for all four teams in each of the eight divisions. As an example, here’s what the numbers might look like for the winner of the AFC East.

  • Buffalo Bills -240
  • Miami Dolphins +475
  • New England Patriots +500
  • New York Jets +2800

For this race, the Bills are the clear favorites to win. The odds then give roughly equal weight to the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots, while the New York Jets are long shots. For bettors, the goal is simple: pick which team will win the division.

Payouts will vary based on how much you wager and the odds when you place your bet. If you bet $100 on the Bills at -240 and they win, you’d get back $41.66 in profit. The same bet on the Patriots at +500 would return $500 for a winning bet.

2022-2023 NFL division odds

The odds for the division races continue to take shape. Based on the current numbers, it looks like several of the races will be competitive, while a couple of divisions have a clear favorite. Here are the up-to-date odds for each division.

Last updated: October 5, 2022

Odds to win AFC East

The Bills are still heavy favorites to win the AFC East for the second year in a row, but the odds tightened slightly after they lost to the Dolphins in Week 3. The Patriots are slightly favored over the Jets in the battle to stay out of the basement and finish in third place.

  • Buffalo Bills
  • Miami Dolphins
  • New England Patriots
  • New York Jets

Odds to win AFC North

The Ravens and Bengals are both 2-2, and they’ll be squaring off this week on Sunday Night Football. The winner will naturally become the early favorite, but the battle could last all season long. The Browns are also 2-2 and could also make the race interesting, while the 1-3 Steelers are pegged for last place.

  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Pittsburgh Steelers

Odds to win AFC South

Heading into the season, the Colts were favored with the Titans slightly behind them. Though four weeks, the Jaguars have shaken up the race. It’s still very early, but it’s looking like Jacksonville has a real chance to go from worst to first and take the crown. The winless Texans remain far behind the pack.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Tennessee Titans
  • Houston Texans

Odds to win AFC West

Over the offseason, the odds suggested that this would be one of the tightest races of the season. It’s not panning out that way. The Chiefs have pulled away from the pack after four weeks. The race for second place will be interesting, as all three teams can make a legitimate case as of right now.

  • Kansas City Chiefs
  • Los Angeles Chargers
  • Denver Broncos
  • Las Vegas Raiders

Odds to win NFC East

In the wake of the injury to Dak Prescott, the Eagles emerged as the clear favorites to win the division over the Cowboys. However, Dallas has stepped it up with three straight wins. The Commanders and Giants could both have a say in how the race plays out, but they currently appear destined to battle it out for third.

  • Philadelphia Eagles
  • Dallas Cowboys
  • New York Giants
  • Washington Commanders

Odds to win NFC North

The Packers lost to the Vikings in the opener, and the race for the NFC North crown is expected to be that much tighter as a result. Minnesota hasn’t looked great since then, while Green Bay continues to struggle offensively. The Lions and Bears have been competitive, but they’re not expected to be big factors.

  • Green Bay Packers
  • Minnesota Vikings
  • Detroit Lions
  • Chicago Bears

Odds to win NFC South

The Buccaneers are 2-2, and the team hasn’t been nearly as impressive as was originally expected. Injuries have played a role, so we’ll see how it all pans out. Despite the struggles, they’re still the clear-cut favorites. The Falcons have risen up the charts in the battle for second after a better-than-expected start.

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • New Orleans Saints
  • Atlanta Falcons
  • Carolina Panthers

Odds to win NFC West

It’s looking like the battle will come down to the Rams and the 49ers once again. San Francisco got the better of its foe last week to take a slight lead. The Cardinals appear to have third-place on lockdown, but the Seahawks have been competitive in the early stages of the season.

  • San Francisco 49ers
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • Seattle Seahawks

Which races will be the most competitive this year?

For individual division chases, Ravens vs. Bengals in the AFC North, Packers vs. Vikings in the NFC North, and Rams vs. 49ers in the NFC West could be tight races. Meanwhile, the AFC East appears to be the Bills to lose, while the Buccaneers are heavy favorites in the NFC South.

On an overall basis, the race in the AFC South may turn out to be the most intriguing. The Colts were the clear favorites heading into the season, but they certainly haven’t played like that. The Jaguars are off to a hot start and have climbed up the board, while the Titans also have a chance to make things interesting.

Odds on all 32 teams

AFC EastBuffalo BillsMiami DolphinsNew England PatriotsNew York Jets
AFC NorthBaltimore RavensCincinnati BengalsCleveland BrownsPittsburgh Steelers
AFC SouthHouston TexansIndianapolis ColtsJacksonville JaguarsTennessee Titans
AFC WestDenver BroncosKansas City ChiefsLos Angeles ChargersLas Vegas Raiders
NFC EastDallas CowboysNew York GiantsPhiladelphia EaglesWashington Commanders
NFC NorthChicago BearsDetroit LionsMinnesota VikingsGreen Bay Packers
NFC SouthAtlanta FalconsCarolina PanthersNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay Bucs
NFC WestArizona CardinalsLos Angeles RamsSan Francisco 49ersSeattle Seahawks

2021 NFL division winners

Here’s how the eight divisional races shook out last season:

  • AFC East: The Bills edged out the Patriots. The teams met in the postseason, with Buffalo scoring a decisive 47-17 victory.
  • AFC North: The Bengals were the surprise winner, a prelude to the team’s run to the Super Bowl versus the Rams.
  • AFC South: The Titans were convincing winners, outpacing the second-place Colts by three games.
  • AFC West: The Chiefs continued their AFC West dominance at 12-5, while the second-place Raiders snagged a wild card.
  • NFC East: The Cowboys outpaced the Eagles to take the crown. The two clubs were each one and done in the postseason.
  • NFC North: The 13-4 Packers ran away with the division, but they lost to the 49ers in the playoffs.
  • NFC South: The Buccaneers finished four games ahead of the second-place Saints and made it to the divisional round.
  • NFC West: The 12-5 Rams went on to win the Super Bowl, while the 49ers and Cardinals also qualified for the postseason.

Which teams have won their division the most?

The NFL realigned to its current eight divisions in 2002. A couple of divisions have had a clear dominant franchise, while others have been a bit more spread out. Here’s how the teams stack up by the number of division titles along with the year of their last crown.

AFC EastPatriots - 16 (2019)Bills - 2 (2021)Dolphins - 1 (2008)Jets - 1 (2002)
AFC NorthSteelers - 9 (2020)Ravens - 6 (2019)Bengals - 5 (2021)Browns - 0 (N/A)
AFC SouthColts - 9 (2014)Texans - 6 (2019)Titans - 4 (2021)Jaguars - 1 (2017)
AFC WestChiefs - 8 (2021)Broncos - 6 (2015)Chargers - 5 (2009)Raider - 1 (2002)
NFC EastEagles - 8 (2019)Cowboys - 6 (2021)Commanders - 3 (2020)Giants - 3 (2020)
NFC NorthPackers - 12 (2021)Bears - 4 (2018)Vikings - 4 (2017)Lions - 0 (N/A)
NFC SouthSaints - 7 (2020)Panthers - 5 (2015)Buccaneers - 4 (2021)Falcons - 4 (2016)
NFC WestSeahawks - 9 (2020)Rams - 4 (2021)49ers - 4 (2019)Cardinals - 3 (2015)


When did the NFL switch to eight divisions?

The NFL realigned to its current structure of eight divisions in 2002. The addition of the Houston Texans as an expansion team was the catalyst for the shift from three divisions in each conference to four.

How do tiebreakers work for NFL division titles?

Tiebreakers for NFL division titles begin with the head-to-head record between the clubs, followed by each team’s overall record in divisional games. If the two teams are still tied, there’s an extensive list of tiebreaking procedures to determine the winner.

Which team was the last Super Bowl winner that didn’t win its division?  

The 2020 Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl after a second-place finish in the NFC South. All told, seven wild card teams have won the big game since 1970.

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