Betting On NFC Online

The Atlanta Falcons hold the current NFC crown. The Dallas Cowboys hold the record for the most NFC titles with eight, their last in 1995. Three expansion teams joined in since the merger, with the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers joining the league in 1976. Both teams spent time in the AFC before returning to the NFC. Today, the conference consists of four divisions with as four teams in each division. The one with the most history and heated rivalries is the East, with the Cowboys, Giants, Eagles and Redskins.  [+]

The “black-and-blue” division is the North, with the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings. The Lions are the only NFC team that has never made a Super Bowl appearance.

In the West, the division consists of the Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and Seahawks.

In the South, the four teams are the Falcons, Panthers, New Orleans Saints and Buccaneers.

The divisions winners automatically qualify for the playoffs with the next two best-perfroming teams earning playoff berths as the wildcard outfits.

In 51 Super Bowls, the NFC has won one more title than the AFC, 26-25.

What Are The Current NFC Standings

The NFC is always up for grabs, which means keeping close tabs on the standings each week is critical. We have you covered with our standings widget — a helpful tool that provides bettors with key statistics such as wins, losses, points for and against as well as winning percentage.

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# team P W L + - %
1 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 12 10 2 406 219 0.833
2 New England Patriots New England Patriots 12 10 2 322 145 0.833
3 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 12 10 2 298 248 0.833
4 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 12 10 2 349 183 0.833
5 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 12 10 2 329 293 0.833
6 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 12 9 3 257 188 0.750
7 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 12 9 3 289 255 0.750
8 Houston Texans Houston Texans 12 8 4 293 271 0.667
9 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 12 8 4 348 265 0.667
10 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 12 8 4 319 242 0.667
11 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 12 7 5 283 250 0.583
12 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 12 7 5 236 225 0.583
13 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 12 7 5 276 234 0.583
14 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 12 6 6 212 208 0.500
15 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 12 6 6 310 236 0.500
16 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 12 6 6 261 257 0.500
17 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 12 6 6 237 324 0.500
18 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 12 5 7 280 320 0.417
19 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 12 5 7 246 272 0.417
20 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 12 5 7 274 284 0.417
21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12 5 7 340 346 0.417
22 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 12 4 8 198 237 0.333
23 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 12 4 8 220 292 0.333
24 Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers 12 4 8 244 241 0.333
25 New York Jets New York Jets 12 4 8 204 280 0.333
26 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 12 3 8 255 351 0.292
27 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 12 3 8 280 315 0.292
28 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 12 3 9 260 323 0.250
29 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 12 3 9 200 377 0.250
30 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 12 3 9 173 290 0.250
31 New York Giants New York Giants 12 2 10 230 339 0.167
32 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 12 1 11 179 298 0.083

NFC Online Betting Tips

Placing a bet on which team will come out of the NFC in 2017 isn’t as clear-cut as you may think.

The Green Bay Packers are the favorites in the NFC to win the Super Bowl outright, as Bovada pegs them at +800 to come out on top. However, there are a couple other NFC clubs to keep an eye on, including the Seattle Seahawks, who still boast one of the best defenses in the NFL.

Led by the club’s defensive backs — also known as Legion of Boom — the Seahawks enter the 2017 campaign as intriguing +1200 favorites to win the Super Bowl. While Seattle’s defense ranks among the league’s best, the question that surrounds the team is whether the Seahawks can put up more points in 2017. Their ground game remains a cause for concern as the unproven Thomas Rawls will be the No. 1 back entering the season. However, the Seahawks added former Packers running back Eddie Lacy to add more depth in the back field.

Not confident in the Seahawks? Then focus your attention on the Dallas Cowboys. Yes, the club will enter the season without last year’s rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott, who is serving a six-game suspension for his role in an alleged domestic abuse case. But if Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott can lead the team to a 4-2 or 3-3 record heading into Week 6, then all of a sudden, their +1400 Super Bowl odds becomes a steal.

If you’re looking for a dark horse in the NFC, put your money on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have made tremendous strides. The Bucs finished with a 9-7 record in 2016, just missing out on a playoff spot. The dynamic duo of quarterback Jameis Winston and wide receiver Mike Evans, bettors will jump on Bovada’s +1600 line that the Bucs will win the NFC Championship.

Aside from straight up future bets, Bovada offers a series of enticing proposition odds as well as weekly game lines (Odds provided by Bovada.lv).

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Division picks — Packers (-200), Seahawks (-275), Panthers (+225), Cowboys (+190), Buccaneers (wild card) and Giants (wild card)

NFC champion — Packers (+400)

Where Can I Bet On NFC Online

Ready to put your money on the NFC? Here are a few of the leading online sportsbooks to consider before placing your wager.

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