Betting On NFC South Online

If you’re looking for parity, the NFC South is the division. Each of the four teams — the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers — has won the division title at least three times since realignment in 2002. And, for the first eight years of the division’s existence, no team earned a spot in the playoffs in back-to-back seasons. The South is the only NFC division not to have any teams that predate the 1960 launch of the American Football League. [+]

Prior to the 2002 season, the Bucs belonged to the AFC West (1976) and NFC Central (1977-2001), while the other three teams were part of the NFC West.

The NFC South is the only division where each team has earned a spot in the conference final as well as a Super Bowl appearance: Tampa Bay (2002), Atlanta (2004, 2012, 2016), Carolina (2003, 2005, 2015) and New Orleans (2006, 2009).

Tampa Bay trounced Oakland to win Super Bowl 37 and New Orleans beat Indianapolis to capture Super Bowl 44. Carolina lost to New England in Super Bowl 38 and Denver in Super Bowl 50. Atlanta lost to New England in Super Bowl 51, as they blew the biggest lead in the big game’s history when they led by 25 points in the third quarter only to lose in overtime.

NFC South Sports Betting Odds

This feature will help bettors find the next game for all four NFC South teams, who they are playing, the starting time of each game and the moneyline odds. Watch the odds, as they will change with many intangibles such as injury reports and weather conditions.

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Monday 04 December
FT Pittsburgh Steelers 23 - 20 Cincinnati Bengals -233 +190 Odds
Thursday 07 December
FT New Orleans Saints 17 - 20 Atlanta Falcons +120 -141 Odds
Sunday 10 December
Oakland Raiders 13:00 Kansas City Chiefs +180 -196 Odds
Detroit Lions 13:00 Buccaneers
Dallas Cowboys 13:00 New York Giants -189 +175 Odds
Green Bay Packers 13:00 Cleveland Browns -164 +155 Odds
San Francisco 49ers 13:00 Houston Texans +125 -135 Odds
Chicago Bears 13:00 Cincinnati Bengals +245 -263 Odds
Indianapolis Colts 13:00 Buffalo Bills Odds
Minnesota Vikings 13:00 Carolina Panthers -135 +125 Odds
Tennessee Titans 16:05 Arizona Cardinals -149 +140 Odds
New York Jets 16:05 Denver Broncos -112 +102 Odds
Washington Redskins 16:05 Chargers +210 -227 Odds
Seattle Seahawks 16:25 Jaguars +125 -135 Odds
Philadelphia Eagles 16:25 Los Angeles Rams +115 -125 Odds
Baltimore Ravens 20:30 Pittsburgh Steelers +185 -200 Odds

What Are The Current NFC South Standings

There’s much more to the NFL standings than just win-loss records. Here’s where bettors will find out how all four NFC South teams are faring this season at home and on the road. Head-to-head results and divisional games are important tiebreakers for the playoffs.

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1 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 12 10 2 281 213 0.833
2 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 12 10 2 361 215 0.833
3 New England Patriots New England Patriots 12 10 2 348 223 0.833
4 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 12 10 2 285 204 0.833
5 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 12 9 3 361 222 0.750
6 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 13 9 4 370 263 0.692
7 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 12 8 4 266 282 0.667
8 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 12 8 4 299 178 0.667
9 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 12 8 4 290 222 0.667
10 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 12 8 4 269 238 0.667
11 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 13 8 5 294 261 0.615
12 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 12 7 5 280 207 0.583
13 Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers 12 6 6 268 212 0.500
14 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 12 6 6 227 283 0.500
15 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 12 6 6 314 308 0.500
16 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 12 6 6 303 274 0.500
17 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 12 6 6 286 284 0.500
18 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 12 6 6 258 281 0.500
19 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 12 6 6 249 278 0.500
20 New York Jets New York Jets 12 5 7 266 288 0.417
21 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 12 5 7 209 298 0.417
22 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 12 5 7 272 314 0.417
23 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 12 5 7 219 238 0.417
24 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 12 5 7 219 310 0.417
25 Houston Texans Houston Texans 12 4 8 296 309 0.333
26 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12 4 8 243 288 0.333
27 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 12 3 9 206 315 0.250
28 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 12 3 9 205 330 0.250
29 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 12 3 9 191 267 0.250
30 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 12 2 10 202 298 0.167
31 New York Giants New York Giants 12 2 10 189 291 0.167
32 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 12 0 12 176 308 0

NFC South Online Betting Tips

The Falcons rolled into the Super Bowl, the Buccaneers orchestrated their first winning season since 2010, the 7-9 Saints scored more points than they allowed, and the Panthers went from Super Bowl finalists to last place in the division. What a wild 2016 in the NFC South.

Atlanta was 5-1 in its division and 9-3 in conference play last year. The team scored 540 points in the regular season — seventh most in league history — and Matt Ryan was named NFL MVP for the first time. This offensive juggernaut could not be stopped. The problem, though, was magnified in the second half of the Super Bowl when New England overcame a 25-point deficit. If defense wins championships, the Falcons still have a lot of work to do.

The Bucs may now have the best one-two receiver combination in the league with Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson. That should only help their young QB in Jameis Winston, who threw 18 interceptions last season. In his rookie season in 2014, Tampa was 2-14. Last season they were 9-7 and 5-3 on the road. The Bucs continue to improve on both sides of the ball. Their playoff hopes will come down to their last few games of the season when they meet all three division rivals.

The Saints’ offense was already explosive. Now they add star running back Adrian Peterson. The Saints, 7-9 last season, have not made the playoffs for three straight years. Drew Brees, still among the elite QBs in the game at 38 years old, must feel a sense of urgency. As quickly as New Orleans could score points last year, they also gave them up just as easily. Did management do enough to patch up a porous defense? Their playoff hopes depend on it.

From the Super Bowl to the division basement. From 15-1 to 6-10. As Cam Newton goes, so go the Panthers. Their MVP quarterback had one of his worst seasons in six years in Carolina. He was banged up for most of the season, and the team played like it. The Panthers used the draft to add some offensive weapons and take some pressure off Newton. It’s a good strategy, because the team needs their QB healthy and at his best to make any run at all.

Where Can I Bet On NFC South Online

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