The NFL divisional races are always interesting to keep track of. All division winners get a guaranteed spot in the NFL Playoffs, which is why bettors keep an eye on the NFL Divisional odds. These change frequently depending on how the teams are performing and on how the public feels about them. The odds to win the NFL division are kept on this page so keep it bookmarked!
2022-23 NFL Divisional Odds
Like most things betting, NFL Divisional odds manifest on the moneyline as positive or negative numbers. The positive number indicates how much you win when wagering $100 so “+500”, for example, means you win $500 if you wager $100. A negative number indicates how much you need to wager to win $100. For instance, “-300” means you need to stake $300 to win $100.
This division is like a revolving door when it comes to division champions. Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Cincinnati have all taken turns winning. The Browns have traditionally been doormats, but could turn into a sleeper once in a while.
Usually seen as the weakest of the AFC divisions, the AFC South was once the Indianapolis Colts’ division to lose. Still, resurgence from the other three teams has made this one hard to bet on, as their NFL divisional round schedule could make a mess of things.
Opposite of the South, the AFC West tends to be one of the stronger AFC divisions. The Kansas City Chiefs have been the cream of the crop, although Denver has also won its fair share of titles in recent seasons.
NFL Divisional Betting Example
NFL Divisional odds change as the season progresses. Take for example the Kansas City Chiefs in 2021. This team opened at a whopping -275 to win the division. A $275 wager would have been needed to win $100.
|Kansas City Chiefs||-275|
After struggling for the first part of the season, their odds lengthened to +210 in Week 8. That same $275 wager would have returned $577.50 if bet with these odds.
Pay close attention to how the NFL divisional odds keep changing and you may find a team worth betting on.