NFL Pro Football Sports Betting 2018 Odds to Win NFC South Division

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The NFC South Division delivered three playoff teams a season ago. But the division did not send a team into the NFC Championship game. In past seasons we have seen teams move from last place to first place the following year. We look at the odds to win the NFC South Division this season.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the New Orleans Saints +130 odds to win the NFC South Second favorite are the Atlanta Falcons at +200 odds. Next comes the Carolina Panthers at +275 odds. The longshot in the division are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +1000 odds.

New Orleans Saints—New Orleans are the defending NFC South champions holding the tiebreaker over the 11-5 Carolina Panthers. Saints will have to recover mentally from the defensive breakdown in the secondary that cost the team a 29-24 defeat at Minnesota in the NFC Divisional round. Their offense has gotten balanced with the production from running back Alvin Kamera. Drew Brees has weapons from a revamp receiver crew and the draft is helping the defense.

Atlanta Falcons—Atlanta finished third in the NFC South last year with a mark of 10-6 one game back of New Orleans. After an impressive 26-13 road win at the LA Rams in the NFC Wildcard they gave the Eagles their biggest scare in the playoffs. Falcons suffered a 15-10 road defeat in the Divisional Round losing deep in Eagles territory turning the ball over on downs in the closing seconds. The defensive numbers improved in 2017 and the team must get better in the red zone.

Carolina Panthers—An 11-5 record and second place finish for the Panthers was a good season. They battled New Orleans in a 31-26 road loss in the wildcard game. Carolina has the best defense in this division. Quarterback Cam Newton must improve on a 59.1% completion percentage. Norv Turner is in his first year as offensive coordinator was a positive move for the team.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers—The Bucs were a disappointment finishing at 5-11 and in last place in the NFC South. They were 32nd and last in the NFL in total and passing defense. Tampa Bay will be without starting quarterback Jameis Winston for three games after a conduct violation.

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