2018 NFL Pro Football Season NFC Championship Game Betting Odds Previews

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With the first week of the NFL preseason winding down it is a good time to check out the betting odds to win the NFC Championship.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles favored at +450 odds. The reigning Super Bowl champions will have the services of Carson Wentz back after a season ending knee injury late in the regular season. Nick Foles remains with the Eagles and will serve as the backup. Eagle close the season playing three of their final four games on the road with stops at Dallas, LA Rams and Washington Redskins. They held the Falcons to ten points and Vikings to seven points in the NFC playoffs.

The second favorite lined at +550 odds are the LA Rams. A tough way to end a great regular season as the Rams were eliminated in their first playoff game with Jared Goff with a home defeat to Atlanta. LA Rams made a huge move defensively in free agency acquiring Ndamukong Suh with cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib.

Next in the wagering are the Minnesota Vikings at +750 odds. Vikings rolled the dice allowing Case Keenum to walk in free agency to sign free agent Kirk Cousins from Washington. Cousins had difficulty in his career in step up games. Vikings defense held teams in 2017 to 290 yards per game.

Green Bay Packers will return +750 odds. Packers missed the playoffs as Aaron Rodgers broke his collar bone and missed much of the season. They finished at 7-9. Packers made huge moves in the draft and free agency to bring in talent defensively.

Longshots include the Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers that each return +3000 odds. Seattle finished at 9-7 and missed the playoffs. The run game has fallen off to 4 yards per carry the past two seasons. Offensive line play has been an issue for some time now.

Carolina goes as far as Cam Newton takes them. Newton must be more accurate passer and return to his form in 2015 where he was a run and throw threat.

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