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

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Training Camps will start soon in the NFL, so it is a good time to check out the odds to win the AFC South Division for the upcoming 2019 season. This division sports a mix of offensive and defensive minded teams plus quality quarterbacks.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Indianapolis Colts the -120 odds favorite to win the AFC South. Frank Reich enters his second season as head coach after leading the team into two rounds of the playoffs after a 10-6 regular season. Team saw improvement on the ground with a 4.4 yards per carry average which should help reduce pressure on quarterback Andrew Luck. Team also saw improvement defensively last year allowing only 21 points per game. Seven of their first eight picks in the draft came on defense.

Second in the wagering are the Houston Texans at +300 odds. Houston finished at 11-5 a year ago and hosted Indianapolis in an AFC Wildcard game losing 21-7. It was a good turnaround season for Houston after getting off to an 0-3 start putting head coach Bill O’Brien under heavy pressure. Texans then went on to win their next nine games. Their offense improved in 2018 by averaging 24 points and 360 yards per game. Their run defense was solid holding opponents to 3.6 yards per carry. In the draft the Texans look for better protection for quarterback Deshaun Watson picking two offensive linemen with their first three picks. Notable signing was former Carolina offensive tackle Matt Kalil.

Next are the Jacksonville Jaguars returning +450 odds. After an appearance in the AFC Championship in 2018 the Jacksonville Jaguars were one of the biggest disappointments finishing at 5-11. The offense digressed greatly as the Jaguars averaged only 14 points and 302 yards per game. Gone is starting quarterback Blake Bortles who played below expectations in his career with the Jaguars. Nick Foles was acquired in the offseason to start at quarterback.

Tennessee Titans hope for better injury luck returns +700 odds as the longest shot in the field. Titans failed to return to the playoffs last year as they dropped a week 17 game at home to Indianapolis 33-17 in a win an in situation. Unfortunately, the Titans had to resort to backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert in Week 17 as starting quarterback Marcus Mariota was out with injury. Tennessee did finish at 9-7 and head coach Mike Vrabel returns for his second year. They improved their backup quarterback position by trading for Ryan Tannehill. Last year the team took a hit as Pro Bowl tight end Delanie Walker was lost for the season in Week 1. Offensive line also suffered injuries. In the draft they added a weapon in their passing game by pickup Ole Miss receiver A.J. Brown. Tennessee was a good defensive team last year holding opponents to 19 points and 333 yards per game.

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