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Which Team Wins the AFC East Division in 2017 – Betting Odds

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Jul/22/2017

The 2017 AFC East has the New England Patriots as a huge favorite to win this division, making it almost impossible to place that $120 bet to win $10, even though it’s practically a lock to be a winner.

The Patriots winning OVER/UNDER 12.5 regular season games might be the better bet with the OVER especially tempting considering how good this team should be in 2017.

The Jets OVER/UNDER was coming in at UNDER 4.5 regular season wins at -200, OVER +165.

The Bills OVER/UNDER was 6.5 slightly favored at -120 on the OVER and the Dolphins OVER/UNDER was 7.5 and around -120 either way.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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