NFL Betting Odds 2021
Betting on the NFL can be exciting and profitable, but it’s awfully difficult to make good betting decisions without actually studying the NFL odds.
This page showcases the most popular NFL odds that hit the online betting sites every single year. Here, you’ll find updated odds with relevant information pertaining to the latest NFL season.
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To get the ball rolling, here are the top NFL betting markets for the season, including their most updated odds.
Super Bowl 55 Odds
For more on Super Bowl betting, visit our Super Bowl betting page.
Super Bowl Matchups Odds
The matchup for Super Bowl 55 is now known, with Tampa Bay and Kansas City the two teams to make the game.
Odds for Super Bowl 56 matchups will likely be released soon, and we’ll add them here just as soon as they’re available.
Conference Championship Odds
Who will win Super Bowl 54 will be what everyone wants to know, but bettors can still profit off of teams just getting to the big game.
One way to do that is to bet on Super Bowl matchups, or you can just pick a side and bet on a team from the AFC or NFC to get there.
Here are the latest Conference Championship odds for both the AFC and NFC.
AFC Conference Odds
New England is the understandable favorite to come out of the AFC, while the Chiefs are the next-best bet. Of all the other options, the biggest surprise has to be the Browns, who boast the third-best odds to reach Super Bowl 54 out of the AFC.
The Rams lead the charge for the NFC, as they were in last year’s title game and are pegged as favorites to make it back. That could make the Saints and Bears stellar value bets, while the NFC as a whole appears to be a bit more unpredictable than the AFC when predicting who will get to Super Bowl 54.
NFL Division Winner Odds
Predicting the eventual Super Bowl winner isn’t always easy, so bettors will often look for smaller bets with a better chance of converting. One such wager is NFL division winners, where you can place money down on the team you feel can win any of the eight NFL divisions.
All eight divisions will have updated odds throughout the year, and you can find them right here on this page, along with direct access to pages dedicated to each NFL division.
AFC East Odds
The Patriots have been absolutely filthy in this division, securing each of the last ten AFC East crowns. Bovada and other pro football sportsbooks place them as massive favorites to make it 11 in a row in 2019, and it’s hard to see them being wrong.
For a full breakdown of the AFC East, take a look at our dedicated AFC East page.
AFC North Odds
The Browns are uber-hyped going into 2019, as they have a stacked offense ever since trading for Odell Beckham Jr.
Vegas has responded by making them the favorites to win the AFC South, but it’s worth wondering if everyone is jumping to conclusions a bit too quickly.
Betting on the Browns or someone else in the AFC North? Dive into the division with our detailed AFC North page.
AFC South Odds
The AFC South seems to be as competitive as ever in 2019, but there’s little fighting the Colts as the tentative favorites. Andrew Luck and company were one of the hottest teams in football following a 1-5 start in 2018 and could look to carry that momentum into this year’s AFC South race.
Whether you want to bet on the Colts or not, dig deeper with our AFC South page.
AFC West Odds
Kansas City looks to defend their AFC West division crown in 2019, and Vegas largely agrees they’ll probably make good on that. That isn’t to say that journey will be easy, of course, as the Chargers could be back to contest for the division crown.
Los Angeles is a worthy wager in this division, but you’ll want to read up on the latest AFC West analysis in our division breakdown.
NFC East Odds
The Eagles lead the way in the NFC East, which, per the top NFL sportsbooks, looks to be a two-team race for supremacy. Dallas, who took the division a year ago, remains the only other realistic bet to take the crown.
For a full breakdown of the division, check out our NFC East page.
NFC North Odds
Khalil Mack keeps the Bears in the hunt for the NFC North title, as Chicago figures to again have one of the most talented teams. The Bears could face pressure from the new-look Packers, of course, while even the Vikings seem to be in the discussion for taking the division.
For such a tight race, bettors could benefit greatly from this NFC North page.
NFC South Odds
The Saints are major threats to fight their way to Super Bowl 54, so it should shock nobody that they’re the clear favorites to win the NFC South. They’re no locks, however, as the Falcons and Panthers offer interesting betting value and appear to be in the mix to challenge for the division.
New Orleans is the favorite, but this division is still tough to peg. We break it all down in our NFC South page.
NFC West Odds
Kyler Murray is the talk of the NFC West these days, but the Rams are still the team to beat in this division, per Vegas. LA is coming off of a crushing Super Bowl loss, but they remain a very good bet to be one of the best teams in the league. The NFC West still has some worthy foes, but betting against the Rams in this division won’t come without some risk.
While the Rams seem like the call per the top NFL sportsbooks, taking a closer look at our NFC West breakdown probably isn’t a bad idea.
NFL Playoff Odds
As you can see, there are some very interesting NFL playoff odds for numerous teams. Several teams are borderline guaranteed to make postseason play (Patriots) based on their pricing, while others (Dolphins) look to be lost causes.
A stroll over to our NFL playoffs page will get you caught up on all things NFL playoff betting.
NFL MVP Odds
Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes won last year’s NFL MVP award after throwing 50 touchdown passes. He’ll enter 2019 as the odds-on favorite as he tries to defend his title.
The likes of Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Andrew Luck, and Aaron Rodgers join the ranks of Mahomes’ top challengers, while a few skill position players are also in the mix. There are also a handful of interesting NFL MVP sleepers that could potentially return bettors elite betting value.
For more on the race for this year’s NFL MVP, take a look at our NFL MVP page.
Rookie of the Year Odds
The NFL Rookie of the Year award honors stellar play for some of the best first-year players in pro football. Most people refer to the award singularly, but it’s actually broken up into two awards, with the league honoring the Offensive Rookie of the Year and the Defensive Rookie of the Year.
Saquon Barkley narrowly bested Baker Mayfield for the OROY in 2018, while Darius Leonard won for the defensive side last season. This year, the competition feels wide open for both sides, and the latest Rookie of the Year odds tend to reflect that.
Kyler Murray was the top pick in the 2019 NFL Draft and looks to be the most NFL-ready rookie in the player pool. He has very favorable Rookie of the Year odds, but he’s far from the only choice bettors will want to consider.
Feel free to check out our NFL predictions page to see who our top NFL writers like to win Offensive Rookie of the Year this season, while your Rookie of the Year betting needs could be aided with a deeper dive into our NFL Rookie of the Year page.
You also may want to brush up on some NFL Rookie sleepers before placing any bets.
The race for the 2019 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award is much tighter than the offensive battle. Nick Bosa was a threat to be the top pick in this past year’s draft and is the understandable favorite to start the bidding, but he faces some stiff competition.
Comeback Player of the Year Odds
Jimmy Garoppolo heads the betting sheet, and that should come as no surprise. The San Francisco quarterback is expected to deliver right away for head coach Kyle Shanahan, and mediocre football simply won’t be tolerated. After sitting out the entire 2019 campaign, Le’Veon Bell is hoping that his fresh legs pay off in the Big Apple.
For more insight into what to expect in the 2019 Comeback Player of the Year Race, enjoy our dedicated guide.
NFL Coach of the Year Odds
Cleveland head coach Freddie Kitchens enters 2019 with the best NFL Coach of the Year odds. This award typically goes to coaches who lead bad/average teams to huge seasons, so with the hype building around the Browns, betting on Kitchens to win Coach of the Year has some merit.
While Kitchens has the best 2019 NFL Coach of the Year odds, he’s far from the only choice, and as time goes by, most NFL betting sites will offer more options.
Be sure to dive into our NFL Coach of the Year odds page for an intensive analysis of this wager.