Superbowl Vegas Odds – AFC Championship Odds 2013

September 8th, 2013 by Jack Wilshire (Bankroll Sports Contributor)
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AFC Championship GameThe 2013 NFL season is here! It’s time to take a look at the odds to win the AFC, as we break down the 16 teams that are in the thick of the fight and take a look at each of their prices to win the AFC, sponsored by WagerWeb Sportsbook, home the 200% Deposit Bonus

AFC East Odds To Win the AFC
New England Patriots +325
Miami Dolphins +2000
Buffalo Bills +5000
New York Jets +6600

It is clear that there is one team and one team only that has a chance to win the AFC out of the East, and that’s the Patriots. Miami is a trendy team, but we really don’t see any chance for Ryan Tannehill to take a team to the Super Bowl quite yet. Even New England is a bit of a stretch in our eyes, though we do think that Tom Brady is going to figure it out at some point this year even though at the start of the season, he is going to need nametags to identify anyone in his own receiving corps. The Bills could become an interesting team to watch if EJ Manuel is the second coming of Russell Wilson, while the Jets are just going to be a joke for the entire season. Even if New York does manage to win eight games and perhaps sneak into the back end of the playoffs, is Mark Sanchez (yes, the butt fumbling Mark Sanchez) going to get into the Super Bowl? We think not.

AFC North Odds To Win the AFC
Pittsburgh Steelers +1100
Baltimore Ravens +1150
Cincinnati Bengals +1250
Cleveland Browns +6000

Do you really need any further proof that the AFC North is the toughest division in the AFC to try to handicap? Three of the four teams in the foursome are between 11 and 12.50 to 1 to make it to the Super Bowl. Of course, that means that few believe that there is any chance this year for any of these teams to make it to New York, but then again, few really thought there was a chance to get the job done last year either when the Ravens not only got there, but won the whole dang thing. The problem that we have is that all of these teams just don’t look all that special when push comes to shove. Baltimore lost a ton in the offseason, and Pittsburgh is a really young looking team outside of Ben Roethlisberger. Perhaps Cincinnati is taking some steps in the right direction, and Andy Dalton might command the respect necessary to consider, but there are three huge games that this team still needs to win, and if the Bengals can’t beat the Texans, they probably aren’t going to the Super Bowl. The Browns would clearly be the biggest shocker of them all.

WagerWeb SportsbookAFC South Odds To Win the AFC
Houston Texans +685
Indianapolis Colts +2000
Tennessee Titans +6600
Jacksonville Jaguars +15000

Is there anyone in the AFC South really capable of winning two massive games against the likes of the Patriots, Broncos, etc.? We aren’t all that sure. Houston has tried the last two seasons, and it was beaten by both Baltimore and New England relatively soundly in both instances in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. The window of opportunity is clearly closing on the Texans, especially knowing that the Colts are coming up on the outside. Indy has fast-tracked itself to the thick of the playoff race once again on an annual basis, though Andrew Luck and the gang are a long ways away from making it to the Super Bowl. Many think that Tennessee is going to be a much improved team this year with its interior offensive line being so stellar, but we’ll believe that Chris Johnson is going to look anything like CJ2K again when we believe it. Jacksonville named Blaine Gabbert as its starting quarterback this week… In other news, we’re fairly certain that the Jags have locked up a Top 5 pick in the NFL Draft, and the phone calls are already being made to Teddy Bridgewater’s agent to see what his prospects are of coming to Jacksonville next year.

AFC West Odds To Win the AFC
Denver Broncos +240
Kansas City Chiefs +2000
San Diego Chargers +2200
Oakland Raiders +10000

There isn’t a team in the AFC that looks more complete right now than Denver. The Broncos might have the best quarterback in football in Peyton Manning, and he is certainly one of the best quarterbacks in the AFC, and they have the best receiving crop in the game as well with Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker, and the newly acquired Wes Welker. There’s a chance for this defense to once again be stout as well. Kansas City has taken the most strides forward in the offseason, changing from a team that finished with the worst record in the league to one that believes it can get into the playoffs. San Diego has underachieved for years, and Norv Turner’s ousting might change all of that. Mike McCoy knows that he has a heck of a lot of work to do if he is going to bring this team back to the playoffs. The Raiders are trying to see how many more quarterbacks they can screw up over the course of the 2000s and 2010s. Matt Flynn and Terrelle Pryor seem to be the next ones in line.


Posted in NFL Football on Sunday, September 8th, 2013 at 12:00 am (EST)
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