NFL Pro Football Sports Betting 2018 Odds to Win AFC North Division

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The AFC North saw the Pittsburgh Steelers run away with the division winning by four games. Pittsburgh was the only playoff participant as Baltimore despite two games over .500 lost a four team tiebreaker for two wildcard spots. Cincinnati tumbled down in 2017 to a 7-9 mark. Cleveland went winless.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Pittsburgh Steelers favored by -300 odds. Second in the wagering is the Baltimore Ravens bringing back +400 odds. Next up are the Cincinnati Bengals at +1000 odds. The biggest longshots are the Cleveland Browns at +1100 odds.

Pittsburgh Steelers—Pittsburgh comes off a success regular season with a 13-3 record winning it by good margin. It was good enough for home field advantage in the Divisional Round and a bye in the first round. Steelers failed to make the AFC Championship following a 45-42 home defeat to Jacksonville. Steelers were the fifth ranked defense in the NFL but for the second time that season the Jaguars were able to torch their defense. Steelers have won the AFC North three times in the past four seasons. Ben Roethlisberger has great weapons in his passing game and has the possibility leading the league in scoring. Pittsburgh has improved their secondary that struggled in the playoffs.

Baltimore Ravens—Baltimore was second in the division finishing with a 9-7 record. A shocking 31-27 home defeat in Week 17 to the playoff eliminated Cincinnati Bengals cost the Ravens a trip to the playoffs. It was the third season in a row that the Ravens missed the playoffs. Baltimore tried to improve their 29th ranked passing game by adding weapons for Joe Flacco.

Cincinnati Bengals—Cincinnati finished the regular season with a mark of 7-9 to miss the postseason. Andy Dalton struggled with accuracy a season ago completing only 59.5% of his passes with 25 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He closed the regular season nicely with three touchdowns and no picks in rallying the team to eliminate Baltimore. Bengals were the 32nd ranked offense last season. AJ Green returns at wide receiver.

Cleveland Browns—After an 0-16 season in 2017 the Browns have gone 1-31 their past two seasons. Cleveland has done well in their past two drafts and will show improvement on the field. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor signed in the offseason away from Buffalo so first round pick Baker Mayfield will be able to learn in the backup role. Nick Chubb will lineup in the backfield for the Browns. Cleveland finished 14th in total defense last season.

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