Betting The AFC’s Most Competitive Division


When looking over the NFL odds at America’s Bookie in the AFC for this upcoming season, one thing is striking. New England and Pittsburgh look like to win their division, the AFC South should be rather competitive but the AFC West looks like a 17-week war.

On July 8th, here are the NFL odds to win this division.

Odds To Win The AFC West Division  

Los Angeles Chargers                                                        +175

Kansas City Chiefs                                                              +300

Oakland Raiders                                                                  +305

Denver Broncos                                                                   +435

At the same time, we are also talking rather good, not great, quality as all four teams are in the Top 8 for chances to win the AFC this season.

Odds To Win The AFC Conference  

New England Patriots                                                        +260

Pittsburgh Steelers                                                            +410

Jacksonville Jaguars                                                          +825

Houston Texans                                                                  +850

Los Angeles Chargers                                                       +1075

Kansas City Chiefs                                                             +1350

Denver Broncos                                                                  +1500

Oakland Raiders                                                                 +1500

This is also largely supported by the win totals for this upcoming campaign for these bitter rivals.

Los Angeles Chargers – 9

Kansas City and Oakland – 8

Denver – 7

In the end, will the oddsmakers have it right or is this division too close to call and what factors could swing the pendulum in either direction?



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