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NFL Playoffs Odds 2024

It’s never too early to start looking at football futures. Let’s check out the NFL Playoffs odds 2024, the teams in each division, and their odds of making the playoffs. This is the perfect time to let your players know the bets they can make and follow as the season progresses.

AFC East

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
Buffalo Bills -170
New York Jets -160
Miami Dolphins -140
New England Patriots +1000

The Bills won the AFC East last season with an 11-6 record. They lost Stefon Diggs in the offseason to the Texans, but some think it might be a good move as it could give Josh Allen more targets to throw to. The Dolphins also had an 11-6 record but ended the season with a two-game losing streak.

The Jets are untested with Aaron Rodgers, who plans on showing that his injury is healed and his age isn’t an issue. The Patriots are in transition mode now that Bill Belichick has moved on from a disastrous season that ended with a 4-13 record.

AFC North

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
Baltimore Ravens -270
Cincinnati Bengals -245
Cleveland Browns +145
Pittsburgh Steelers +190

The Ravens, led by Lamar Jackson, were the top seed in the AFC last season. Much the same is expected of them this year. Joe Burrow will likely be back to health and playing as of Week 1. If he can remain healthy, the Bengals should challenge the Ravens for first place.

There’s nothing new about the Browns. They’ll try for the wild card spot once again. The Steelers have signed Russell Wilson as quarterback in hopes he can still lead a team into the playoffs.

AFC South

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
Houston Texans -185
Jacksonville Jaguars +130
Indianapolis Colts +140
Tennessee Titans +400

Offensive Rookie of the Year C.J. Stroud of the Texans will be joined this year by Stefon Diggs and free agent Danielle Hunter. Expect them to keep building on last year’s 10-7 record. The Jaguars were predicted to win the AFC South last year but dropped the ball down the stretch. They’ll have tough competition from the Texans and Colts this year.

The Colts did well last season with rookie Anthony Richardson at the helm until he got injured. He’s back to health and should give the Texans and Jaguars good competition this season. The Titans have a new coaching staff and will continue to rebuild with Will Levis, their second-year quarterback.

AFC West

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
Kansas City Chiefs -600
Los Angeles Chargers +115
Las Vegas Raiders +300
Denver Broncos +700

Let’s face it. The Chiefs are built for the playoffs. They might struggle during the regular season, but they don’t have much competition in the AFC West, so expect them in the postseason. The Chargers could improve on last year’s dismal 5-12 season with new head coach Jim Harbaugh, who comes from college football at Michigan.

The Raiders won three of their last four games last season under interim coach Antonio Pierce, who is now the head coach. Unfortunately, they have one of the worst quarterback rooms in the league and won’t be able to compete. The Denver Broncos have continued to slide downhill ever since winning the Super Bowl in 2015. I wonder if they’ll start rookie first-round pick Bo Nix in the quarterback slot.

NFC East

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
Philadelphia Eagles -250
Dallas Cowboys -200
Washington Commanders +300
New York Giants +400

The Eagles will try again to complete a full season, as they lost four of their last five games in 2023. The Cowboys have been more consistent, with three 12-win seasons behind them. However, this year, they don’t have a good line of running backs for a head coach who likes to run the ball.

Washington continues to rebuild with a new head coach and the No. 2 overall pick of quarterback Jayden Daniels. The Giants have managed a lot of player movement in the offseason in hopes of improving the team. They also have quarterback Daniel Jones back to health. He sustained a torn ACL after six rocky games. Will a healthy Jones make a difference?

NFC North

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
Detroit Lions -245
Green Bay Packers -160
Chicago Bears -100
Minnesota Vikings +290

In what is possibly the toughest division in the NFL, the NFC North has the Lions with the shortest odds to make the playoffs. Coach Dan Campbell has done an excellent job of improving this team year-over-year since he came aboard. This season should be no different, as he plugged up some obvious holes in the defense by adding several cornerbacks. Plus, he was able to hold onto play-caller Ben Johnson for a third year.

The Packers had the youngest team last year, and they finished 9-8 with Jordan Love in his first year as a starting quarterback. They could give the Lions competition for that top spot.

The Bears were able to pick up top rookie quarterback Caleb Williams and wide receiver Rome Odunze in the Draft. Their chances to make the playoffs will ride on how quickly those two can be assimilated into the NFL.

The Vikings lost Kirk Cousins and are expected to do about the same as last year’s 7-10.

NFC South

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
Atlanta Falcons -235
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +145
New Orleans Saints +185
Carolina Panthers +550

The Falcons signed quarterback Kirk Cousins, which is a big reason for their short odds of making the playoffs. Depending on how well Cousins does in Atlanta, the Buccaneers still have a roster that can win the NFC South.

The Saints should be competitive in the NFC South as Derek Carr gains experience in his second year working with wide receivers Rashid Shaheed and Chris Olave. The Panthers had the league’s worst record last season, at 2-15. They signed a new head coach, Dave Canales, in hopes of improving that record this year. It can’t go much lower.

NFC West

Team Odds to Make Playoffs
San Francisco 49ers -480
Los Angeles Rams +100
Seattle Seahawks +200
Arizona Cardinals +300

The San Francisco 49ers are the early favorites to win the Super Bowl and are the only team with favorable odds in the NFC West to make the playoffs. The Rams grabbed a wild card ticket last season, and it looks like they’ll have to try for that again.

Seattle hired former defensive coordinator Mike McDonald to replace head coach Pete Carroll. McDonald is tasked with helping the Seahawks return to the playoffs after missing two of the last three seasons. With two seasons in a row of only four wins, the Cardinals must make some desperate changes.

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