Vegas SuperBook 2019 NFL Division Odds

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Vegas SuperBook 2019 NFL Division Odds

The Chicago Bears’ head coach Matt Nagy was voted the NFL Coach of the Year in 2018. This on the heels of the Bears winning their first division title in nearly a decade. Before the 2018 NFC North division title, Chicago last claimed the North bragging rights in 2010. The Bears earned a 35-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in the Divisional Playoffs. That was followed by the Bears losing the NFC Championship to division rival to the wild card Green Bay Packers.  Vegas SuperBook 2019 National Football League Division Odds.

Vegas SuperBook 2019 NFL Division Odds.

The Las Vegas SuperBook has positioned one franchise from six of the eight NFL divisions at less than even-money odds to claim the championship.

Westgate of Las Vegas 2019 NFL Division Odds

The following National Football League franchises check in the latest SuperBook futures update at less than even-money to win their respective divisions.

NFC East
Philadelphia Eagles 4-5 odds

NFC South
New Orleans Saints 4-7 odds

NFC West
Los Angeles Rams 4-7 odds

AFC East
New England Patriots 1-5 odds

AFC South
Indianapolis Colts 2-3 odds

AFC West
Kansas City Chiefs 4-9 odds

Westgate of Las Vegas 2019 NFL Division Odds

The following NFL franchises are the lone pair of 2019 divisions that don’t have a team at even-money or less to earn the title of champs.

AFC North
Cleveland Browns 13-10 odds

NFC North
Chicago Bears 2-1 odds
Minnesota Vikings 2-1 odds
Green Bay Packers 2-1 odds

Chicago defies odds and wires NFC North

The Bears started the 2018 campaign with a 3-1 mark after the first four weeks of the regular season. Chicago had a bye in Week 5 allowing the staff and players two weeks to prepare for a non-conference contest against the Dolphins in Miami. The opportunity to take an early and dominant position in the NFC North standings was stalled when the Dolphins earned 31-28 overtime victory in Week 6.

Despite the loss to Miami, the Bears were atop the NFC North standings with a 3-2 record. Mitchell David “Mitch” Trubisky was Chicago’s starting quarterback. And the fact he was the least experienced quarterback in the division didn’t bolster an abundance of confidence that the Bears would win the NFC North. Tribisky was the less-than quarterback in a division that sported Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, and Kirk Cousins.

Reviewing the 2018 NFL standings in mid-October found all four of the division rivals in the picture to claim the North title as midseason approached. The Bears were in first place at 3-2 overall. Minnesota and Green Bay were tied for second place with a 3-2-1 overall mark. Detroit, at 2-3, had a perfect 1-0 record in the division after an impressive Week 5 victory over the rival Packers. But the 2-3 Lions, the team that had just outplayed and scored Rogers and the Packers had also lost a home game to the New York J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets in Week 1.

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Vegas SuperBook 2019 NFL Division Odds