NFL Pro Football Sports Betting 2019 Odds to Win NFC North Division

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Training Camps from the NFL are close to beginning so it is a good time to check out the odds to win the NFC North Division. This division features three explosive offenses and a Carolina Panthers team that has been a hard hitting physical defense.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the New Orleans Saints the -175 odds favorite. New Orleans were the champions of the NFC South last year with a 13-3 regular season record. After a six point home win to Philadelphia in the Division Round of the playoffs the team lost to the LA Rams 26-23 in overtime in the Championship Game. A missed pass interference call late was costly to the Saints chances of making the Super bowl. Drew Brees led an offense that generated 30 points and 376 yards per game. Defense held opponents to 22 points per contest and only 3.5 yards per run attempt. Notables added to the Saints were tight end Jared Cook and running back Latavious Murray. Team picked up a very good offensive lineman from Texas A&M Erik McCoy with their first pick in the draft. They helped their defense with two safeties selected afterwards.

Second in the betting are the Atlanta Falcons who return +380 odds. After two straight playoff appearances the Atlanta Falcons went 7-9 and missed the postseason. Defense digressed in 2018 allowing 26 points and 385 yards per game. Falcons are stacked with receivers and looked to improve on their offensive line. Falcons drafted a pair of offensive linemen with their first two picks of the draft plus picked up a pair of guards in free agency. Atlanta lost nine games in their first thirteen of last season. They closed on a three game win streak.

Carolina Panthers coming off a disappointing season will bring back +500 odds. Carolina missed the playoffs with a 7-9 mark. They started 3-1 then had a seven game losing streak until they won at New Orleans in Week 17. Cam Newton struggled in the passing game playing through shoulder injury that impacted his arm strength. He missed passes in key moments of several games last year that led to losses. Their run game improved to 4.7 yards per carry last year. To help in the passing game the Panthers signed wide receiver Chris Hogan in free agency. Drafted was an edge rusher with their first pick in Brian Burns from Florida St. Carolina could be looking at the future of their quarterback position as Will Grier was drafted out of West Virginia.

The longest shot in the field to win the NFC South are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +1000 odds. Bruce Arians leaves the broadcast booth and returns to coaching as it will be his first year as head coach of the Bucs. Tampa has finished with back to back 5-11 records. They showed the ability to move the football last year, but the defense was atrocious as the team allowed 29 points and 383 yards per game. Obviously with the need to improve in that area, Tampa Bay drafted five defensive players with the first five draft picks they had. In free agency the Buccaneers signed defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Arians did sign former Jets head coach Todd Bowles as defensive coordinator. Arians has had success working with quarterbacks and his job is to improve the effectiveness of Jameis Winston.

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