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NFL Futures: Odds to Win Each NFC Division

The NFL season has been underway for four weeks now, making it a great time to place NFL futures on the odds to win each division. Some Super Bowl favorites are looking like a dumpster fire while some pre-season longshots have been looking like they could win their division. Six divisions across the NFL are tied, including a four-way tie in the NFC West.

Below, we go over the standings of each NFC division, as well as the NFL futures betting odds to win each division, thanks to BetOnline Sportsbook.

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NFL Futures Betting Odds to Win Each NFC Division

NFC East

  1. Philadelphia Eagles: 4-0 — -375
  2. Dallas Cowboys: 3-1 — +360
  3. New York Giants: 3-1 — +1100
  4. Washington Commanders: 1-3 — +5500

The Philadelphia Eagles are the last remaining unbeaten team in the NFL after four weeks. They have beaten the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars and Washington Commanders. Not the toughest of the tough but they got the job done. Unlike Dak Prescott in week one before he went down with his injury. Since Copper Rush took over he hasn’t lost going 3-0 in games against the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Giants and Commanders.

The Giants have been respectable as well with new head coach Brian Daboll. Upsetting the Tennesee Titans in week one, Taking care of the Panthers in week two and holding the ball long enough in week four versus the Chicago Bears. The Commanders on the other hand have fallen apart. They won against the Jaguars, but are 0-3 in their last three games versus the Eagles, Cowboys and Lions. Carson Wentz has not been the savior that Washington has been hoping for. Dan Snyder will continue to hide out on his yacht to avoid having to watch his own football team.


  1. Minnesota Vikings: 3-1 — +125
  2. Green Bay Packers: 3-1 — -130
  3. Chicago Bears: 2-2 — +3500
  4. Detroit Lions: 1-3 — +1400

The NFC North has shaped up to be a closer race than many would have thought. The Minnesota Vikings have the division lead with the tiebreaker being their week one win over the Green Bay Packers. They followed that up by losing on the road in Philadelphia. They are on a two-game win streak after beating the Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints in London. The Packers are on a three-game win streak after they lost to the Vikings in week one. Noticeably winning against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa and needing Overtime against the New England Patriots and their third-string QB.

One of the biggest head-scratchers of the NFL season so far is how the Bears are 2-2. People expected them to lose to the Packers and Giants, but beating the San Francisco 49ers? Granted no one could throw the ball as it was a downpour but not a lot of people saw this upset. The Bears second win was against the Houston Texans as that one could’ve gone either way. The Detroit Lions on the other hand has been one of the hottest offenses in the league, but their defense is atrocious. The highest-scoring offense and the worst-scoring defense both reside in Ford Field. The Lions only win has come at home against the Commanders. If the defense can turn things around the Lions can still be a dangerous team.

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  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 2-2 — -350
  2. Atlanta Falcons: 2-2 — +850
  3. Carolina Panthers: 1-3 — +1200
  4. New Orleans Saints: 1-3 — +600

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers started off the season with wins against the Cowboys and New Orleans Saints. Then back-to-back losses to the Packers and Chiefs. That puts them tied with the Atlanta Falcons after the Falcons wins over Seattle and Cleveland. If not for another Atlanta choke they would have the division lead. The New Orleans Saints came back from 26-10 to win 27-26 over the Falcons to get their only win so far. Since then they have lost to the Buccaneers, Vikings and Panthers. The Panthers only win so far this year is against those lowly Saints. Baker Mayfield has not been the answer to Matt Rhule’s problems.


  1. San Francisco 49ers: 2-2 — +105
  2. Los Angeles Rams: 2-2 — +125
  3. Seattle Seahawks: 2-2 — +2800
  4. Arizona Cardinals: 2-2 — +600

All tied up through four weeks, The San Francisco 49ers have the lead with both of their wins coming against the NFC West (SEA and LAR). They also have bad losses against the Bears and Denver Broncos. The Rams have second with their win over the Arizona Cardinals. Seattle has been better than what people thought as they beat the Broncos in week one and Detroit in week four. Arizona has been hard to gauge. They had that comeback win against the Las Vegas Raiders, but they were blown out at home versus the Chiefs. The Cardinals will get one of the best WRs in the league back in week 7 when Deandre Hopkins returns and he should help this team get better.

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