NFL Pro Football Sports Betting 2019 Odds to Win AFC East Division

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With the Hall of Fame Game about 30 days away it is a good time to check out the odds to win the AFC East Division. The odds reveal this may be the least competitive division in the league.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots the -500 odds favorite to win the AFC East division. New England struggled early in the season defensively as head coach Bill Belichick was caught on mic describing how he had difficulty to make his defense mentally tough. They started the year 1-2 but then rallied to win the next six straight. They did lose five of their regular season games on the road. Their biggest road win came in the AFC Championship where the Patriots beat KC 37-31 in overtime. What followed was a 13-3 win in the Super Bowl to the LA Rams. New England did lose two major weapons on offense with Rob Gronkowski retiring and receiver Danny Amendola signing a free agent contract with Detroit Lions. The team has averaged 28 points per game or greater in their past four seasons. Defensively New England has allowed 20 point or fewer in that same span.

Next in the wagering are the New York Jets at +600 odds. Head coach Adam Gase takes over for his first season. The defense digressed last season as the team allowed 28 points and 380 yards per game. Over the past three seasons the Jets went a combined 14-34 winning no greater than five games in each campaign. To help the Jets offense they did sign former Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell. Gase’s goal is to develop quarterback Sam Darnold in his second season. Jets did fire their GM Mike Maccagnan shortly after the draft.

Buffalo Bills return +900 odds. After a poor start head coach Sean McDermott got enough improvement from his team late in the season to return for his third year with the team. Bills are 15-18 in McDermott’s tenure thus far. Buffalo struggled offensively averaging just 299 yards and 17 points per game. Defense saw improvement as the team allowed only 294 yards per game. Josh Allen enters his second season with Buffalo with the team looking to improve a passing attack that threw for only 175 yards per game. Their first round pick was talented defensive lineman Ed Oliver from Houston.

The longest shot to win the AFC East are the Miami Dolphins who bring back +4000 odds. Former New England Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores takes over as head coach. Team finished at 7-9 last year behind a passing game that generated only 181 yards per game. Dolphins lost starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill and have Josh Rosen and Ryan Fitzpatrick battling for the starting job. They did build up their offensive line in the draft.

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