NFL Divisional Final Standings a New, Fun & Challenging Props Marketplace

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Kevin Stott

Sunday, July 30, 2017 5:05 PM GMT

In less than 40 days, the 2017 NFL Regular Season will kick off, so let’s continue our look at some of the the unique and new Props betting markets offered by sportsbooks Offshore by examining the odds for the final Divisional Standings for each of the league’s eight divisions.

AFC East, NFC West Expected to Be Most Lopsided NFL Divisions in Coming 2017 Regular Season

NFL Training camps have opened up and the 65-game 2017 NFL Preseason beginning on Thursday with the Hall of Fame game from Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio between Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys and Larry Fitzgerald and the Arizona Cardinals (NBC, 8 pm ET; DAL -1, 36½, CG Technology). So the first NFL game will be on Aug. 3 with the last game of the NFL season—Super Bowl LII at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis—scheduled to be held on February 4, 2018 (AFC Pick, 52½, 5Dimes) meaning 184 straight days of the 365-day calendar year with NFL on the betting board. Gentlemen, start your oxygen tanks.

Here are fresh Futures Book Props market numbers from Online sportsbook BetOnline for the Divisional Standings positions for the upcoming 2017 NFL Football Regular Season.

 

2017 NFL Divisional Final Standings Odds—(June 29, BetOnline)AFC EastBuffalo Bills

1st +1200

2nd +165

3rd +110

4th +450

Miami Dolphins

1st +850

2nd +100

3rd +175

4th +600

New England Patriots

1st -1000

2nd +600

3rd +2500

4th +6600

New York Jets

1st +6600

2nd +900

3rd +350

4th -400

 

AFC SouthHouston Texans

1st +185

2nd +210

3rd +250

4th +450

Indianapolis Colts

1st +215

2nd +225

3rd +240

4th +375

Jacksonville Jaguars

1st +650

2nd +425

3rd +275

4th -110

Tennessee Titans

1st +215

2nd +225

3rd +240

4th +375

 

AFC NorthBaltimore Ravens

1st +260

2nd +165

3rd +200

4th +600

Cincinnati Bengals

1st +350

2nd +190

3rd +175

4th +450

Cleveland Browns

1st +5000

2nd +1200

3rd +300

4th -350

Pittsburgh Steelers

1st -150

2nd +250

3rd +450

4th +3300

 

AFC WestDenver Broncos

1st +320

2nd +300

3rd +220

4th +220

Kansas City Chiefs

1st +225

2nd +195

3rd +250

4th +450

Los Angeles Chargers

1st +425

2nd +400

3rd +300

4th +100

Oakland Raiders

1st +155

2nd +200

3rd +275

4th +650

 

NFC EastDallas Cowboys

1st +145

2nd +185

3rd +400

4th +500

New York Giants

1st +185

2nd +240

3rd +300

4th +350

Philadelphia Eagles

1st +400

2nd +300

3rd +150

4th +250

Washington Redskins

1st +475

2nd +350

3rd +275

4th +120

 NFC SouthAtlanta Falcons

1st +165

2nd +225

3rd +300

4th +450

Carolina Panthers

1st +210

2nd +190

3rd +275

4th +400

New Orleans Saints

1st +450

2nd +350

3rd +240

4th +140

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1st +325

2nd +300

3rd +225

4th +200

 

NFC NorthChicago Bears

1st +2500

2nd +900

3rd +375

4th -350

Detroit Lions

1st +600

2nd +225

3rd +110

4th +425

Green Bay Packers

1st -275

2nd +250

3rd +1000

4th +5000

Minnesota Vikings

1st +350

2nd +140

3rd +200

4th +600

 

NFC WestArizona Cardinals

1st +210

2nd -175

3rd +800

4th +2000

Los Angeles Rams

1st +1800

2nd +650

3rd -145

4th +195

San Francisco 49ers

1st +4000

2nd +1600

3rd +175

4th -200

Seattle Seahawks

1st -260

2nd +240

3rd +1400

4th +3300

 

Improving Tampa Bay Buccaneers Can "Steal" the NFC South, Arizona Cardinals Probably a Solid 2nd in NFC West

QB Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers may be third choice by oddsmakers in the competitive NFC South behind Matt Ryan and divisional 1st-place favorites Atlanta and 2015 NFC champions Carolina, but after going an impressive 4-2 in divisional play in the 2016 NFL Regular Season and finishing in 2nd place with a 9-7 record and adding talent like WR DeSean Jackson (Redskins), TE OJ Howard (Alabama) and depth by signing QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (Jets), Tampa Bay GM Jason Licht has made some power personnel moves and the Buccaneers should be a force to be reckoned with this coming season. And at +325 odds to finish 1st in the schizophrenic NFC South HC Dirk Koetter and DT Gerald McCoy an oft-underappreciated Tampa Bay Defense make this team a real underdog who can win its division. The Buccaneers don’t play an NFC South divisional game until Week 8 when they welcome Carolina to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa (FOX, 1 pm ET).

In the NFC West, it looks like Russell Wilson and the Seahawks should win the lopsided division for 10th time in the L15 seasons. The Cardinals  are a seeming lock to finish in 2nd place and with the lowly Rams and 49ers destined to fight not to finish in last (4th) place. The biggest game of the season in the NFC West should come in Week 10 on Sunday, Nov. 9 on Sunday Night Football when the Seahawks are in Glendale and University of Phoenix Stadium. Last year this game ended in a 6-6 tie as Chandler Catanzaro missed a 24-yard chip shot FG for Arizona and Steven Hauschka missed a 27-yard attempt for Seattle in OT.

2017 NFL DIVISIONAL FINAL STANDINGS PROPS PICKS

Pittsburgh Steelers 1st Place in AFC North -150

Arizona Cardinals 2nd Place in NFC West -175

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1st Place in NFC South +325