Odds to Win the 2013 AFC Conference

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/10/2012
Odds to Win the 2013 AFC Conference

Odds to win the 2013 AFC Conference had the New England Patriots paying $265 for every $100 bet at WagerWeb.com.

The Patriots will have an especially soft schedule during the 2012 season, which will allow them to win games but might not prepare them for the post season. 

Once again, the AFC North should be battle-ready with three solid teams in the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals.  There are some pundits believing the Bengals could emerge as the winner of this division.  They were listed at 20/1 odds to win the AFC Championship while the Steelers would pay out $750 for every $100 bet and the Ravens would pay out $600

One cannot help but look at the Denver Broncos with Peyton Manning at the helm to potentially win the 2012 AFC Conference with +650 odds.  The San Diego Chargers were coming in at 10/1 odds from this same division.

The Houston Texans look to top the AFC South, however, they lost pro defensive player Mario Williams to free agency, and that will take this team a few steps backwards. 

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Baltimore Ravens

+600

Buffalo Bills

+2500

Cincinnati Bengals

+2000

Cleveland Browns

+6500

Denver Broncos

+650

Houston Texans

+400

Indianapolis Colts

+6000

Jacksonville Jaguars

+7500

Kansas City Chiefs

+2200

Miami Dolphins

+2000

New England Patriots

+265

New York Jets

+1200

Oakland Raiders

+3000

Pittsburgh Steelers

+750

San Diego Chargers

+1000

Tennessee Titans

+2200

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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