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NFL Betting Odds: Conference Futures

Wild Card Weekend is in the books and only eight teams remain in the chase for the Lombardi Trophy. With the NFL Divisional Round on the horizon, the class of the AFC and NFC top conference futures markets at sportsbooks.

At Bovada, it’s the defending champion New England Patriots (+160) who have the best chances to once again advance to the Super Bowl from the AFC, while the Arizona Cardinals (+170) hold that distinction in the NFC.

If we’ve learned one thing about the perennially dominant Patriots, it’s that the Bill Belichick-Tom Brady combo should never be counted out. Saturday’s game against the streaking Kansas City Chiefs will be no gimme, however. K.C. demolished the Houston Texans 30-0 in Wild Card Weekend and have won 10-straight heading into the tilt.

In the wake of Green Bay’s first-round defeat over Washington, the Packers booked themselves a ticket against the NFC West champion Cardinals, a team that hammered them 38-8 in late December. Arizona hasn’t always gotten the most respect from oddsmakers, but it’s quite apparent books are believing in them now.

That’s what happens when you have a rejuvenated Carson Palmer leading one of the most efficient highest-flying offenses the league has seen in quite some time combined with a smash mouth defense that can go toe-to-toe with anyone in the league.

If you’re looking to back any of the remaining eight teams, there’s certainly no shortage of value to be had. Here’s a look at the book’s full list of conference futures odds:

Odds to win the NFC
TeamOdds
Arizona Cardinals+170
Carolina Panthers+190
Seattle Seahawks+350
Green Bay Packers+650

Odds as of January 11 at Bovada

Odds to win the AFC
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+160
Denver Broncos+220
Pittsburgh Steelers+400
Kansas City Chiefs+400

Odds as of January 11 at Bovada

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With the regular season behind us, 12 teams remain and the Panthers are razor thin favorites at +200 to win the NFC, while the Patriots and Broncos are co-favorites at +200 to win the AFC at online sportsbook Bovada.

After losing their first game of the season in Week 16, the Panthers finished the season strong with a 38-10 home win over the Buccaneers. The win clinched home field advantage for the Panthers, who were a perfect 8-0 at Bank of America Stadium this season. The Panthers will be tough to beat at home, as they led the league with a +16 scoring margin on their home field. The Panthers hold victories over three NFC playoff teams this season—the Seahawks, Packers and Redskins.

Just behind the Panthers is the #2 seed Arizona Cardinals who come in at +225. The Cardinals had won nine games in a row prior to their Week 17 loss to the Seahawks. Arizona led the league in yards per game this season, and were second to the Panthers in points per game. The Cards also hold victories over three NFC playoff teams this season—the Seahawks, Vikings and Packers.

Perhaps the hottest NFC team entering the playoffs is the Seattle Seahawks, whose odds to win the NFC are at +325. Seattle will need to win three road games to win the conference, but they’re 5-0 in their last five road games. They’ve lost this season to the Packers, Panthers and Cardinals, but have beaten the Vikings, and most recently, the Cardinals in Week 17.

The Denver Broncos enter the playoffs on a high after clinching the top seed in Week 17. Peyton Manning returned to lead them to a home field clinching victory. The Broncos were 6-2 at home this season, which includes victories over the Patriots and Bengals.

The Patriots slipped down the stretch, losing four out of their last six games, blowing their shot at home field advantage throughout the playoffs. It’s too bad as the Pats lost just once at home this season and had an AFC best +13.9 average scoring margin at home compared to just +4.9 on the road. The Pats have victories over two AFC playoff teams—the Steelers and Texans.

We’ve been hearing for weeks that the Steelers are the team no one wants to play in the playoffs. After sneaking into the postseason, Pittsburgh’s odds to win the AFC are +450. The Steelers were 2-2 vs other AFC playoff teams this season.

Odds to win the NFC
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers+200
Arizona Cardinals+225
Seattle Seahawks+325
Green Bay Packers+900
Minnesota Vikings+1400
Washington Redskins+1800

Odds as of January 4 at Bovada

Odds to win the AFC
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+200
Denver Broncos+200
Pittsburgh Steelers+450
Kansas City Chiefs+700
Cincinnati Bengals+1000
Houston Texans+2800

Odds as of January 4 at Bovada

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With the NFL regular season winding down, there's no better time to wager on the real season -- the playoffs. We still have one more week (and a lot of meaningless games) to get through before it's time for the postseason, but there's no shortage of value in the conference futures market at Bovada.

One thing we know is the NFC's playoff race will be much less dramatic than the AFC. Six teams (the Panthers, Cardinals, Packers, Redskins, Vikings and Seahawks) have already punched their playoff tickets, but the seeding is about as clear as mud at this point.

Nearly every seed in the NFC is up for grabs, and when glancing upon the list of teams that are playoff-bound, it won't be an easy path to San Francisco. In the wake of a 38-8 drubbing of the Packers, the Cardinals have leapfrogged the Panthers as the favorites to win the conference at +175 odds.

Are sportsbooks overreacting to Carolina's Week 16 loss to Atlanta? Perhaps, but there's certainly nothing wrong with their +200 price at the shop considering how dominant this team has been all season long.

Things are far from settled in the AFC, but Bovada is clearly giving the New England Patriots their much deserved respect. The defending champs are +110 to repeat in February. Considering what we've seen from the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick duo over the last 15 years, it's safe to say the Pats can never be counted out.

The Denver Broncos (+400), Kansas City Chiefs (+700), Cincinnati Bengals (+850) and Pittsburgh Steelers (+850) round out the top five.

Odds to win the NFC
TeamOdds
Arizona Cardinals+175
Carolina Panthers+200
Seattle Seahawks+400
Green Bay Packers+750
Minnesota Vikings+1600
Washington Redskins+2800

Odds as of December 30 at Bovada

Odds to win the AFC
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+110
Denver Broncos+400
Kansas City Chiefs+700
Cincinnati Bengals+850
Pittsburgh Steelers+850
New York Jets+1600
Houston Texans+3300

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The regular season is winding down rapidly and teams are falling by the wayside. The true contenders have already booked themselves a trip to the playoffs with the New England Patriots (+125) and Carolina Panthers (+180) the heavy favorites to win their respective conferences according to Bovada.

However, the biggest risers are the Pittsburgh Steelers. As of December 1, the Steelers were +800 but have since climbed up to +300. Pittsburgh’s offense has been firing on all cylinders and has not scored fewer than 30 points in a game since Week 8.

The Seahawks have been seeing a surge on the odds board in the NFC as they have gone from +600 on December 1 to +300 on December 21. Seattle continues to prove they are one of the best second half teams in football as they have gone 26-5 after Week 8 over the past four seasons.

Here’s a look at the complete list of conference odds via Bovada.

Odds to Win the NFC
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers+180
Arizona Cardinals+260
Seattle Seahawks+300
Green Bay Packers+550
Minnesota Vikings+2500
New York Giants+5000
Philadelphia Eagles+5000
Atlanta Falcons+25000

Odds as of December 21 at Bovada

Odds to Win the AFC
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+125
Pittsburgh Steelers+300
Denver Broncos+650
Kansas City Chiefs+700
Cincinnati Bengals+700
New York Jets+4000
Houston Texans+4000
Indianapolis Colts+7500
Jacksonville Jaguars+25000

Odds as of December 21 at Bovada

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As the 2015 NFL campaign reaches its latter stages, the landscape of both the AFC and NFC remains far from settled. True contenders have revealed themselves, some teams have fallen off the face of the earth while even a fortune teller would be hard pressed to tell you what's going to happen with a few squads.

In the NFC, the Carolina Panthers -- the lone undefeated team in the NFL -- have finally garnered the respect from oddsmakers, as Bovada has tabbed them with +175 shot of being the top cats in the conference. Usual suspects such as Green Bay and Seattle are giant question marks right now, but bettors looking at backing them to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl would be wise to grab them now while they can get the value.

Despite suffering their first loss of the season thanks to an overtime upset at the hands of the Denver Broncos, the New England Patriots remain the kings of the AFC in the eyes of sportsbooks. New England's odds have shifted from -140 to +125 as a result of the loss, but if we've learned one thing from Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, it's that you should never count them out.

Here's a look at Bovada's full list of conference futures.

Odds to Win the NFC
TeamOdds
Carolina Panthers+175
Arizona Cardinals+250
Green Bay Packers+500
Seattle Seahawks+600
Minnesota Vikings+800
New York Giants+2000
Washington Redskins+2800
Atlanta Falcons+5000
Chicago Bears+6600
Philadelphia Eagles+6600
Dallas Cowboys+6600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Detroit Lions+10000
New Orleans Saints+15000
St. Louis Rams+20000

Odds as of December 1 at Bovada

Odds to Win the AFC
TeamOdds
New England Patriots+125
Denver Broncos+325
Cincinnati Bengals+475
Pittsburgh Steelers+800
Kansas City Chiefs+1200
Indianapolis Colts+1400
Houston Texans+3300
New York Jets+5000
Oakland Raiders+5000
Buffalo Bills+15000
Jacksonville Jaguars+20000
Miami Dolphins+25000
Baltimore Ravens+25000
San Diego Chargers+40000

Odds as of December 1 at Bovada

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The NFL regular season is quickly winding down and there's just as much speculation as to who will win the NFC as there was to begin the year. The Arizona Cardinals and Carolina Panthers are currently co-favorites to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 50, with Bovada tabbing them both at +300.

Close behind the Cards and Panthers are the Green Bay Packers (+400) who slumped through a few weeks, but came out on top against the Minnesota Vikings to put themselves atop the NFC North. The New York Giants (+900) and the Seattle Seahawks (+900) round out the top five on the odds list to win the NFC Conference championship despite both teams sitting at 5-5 after Week 11.

The AFC is much more of a runaway with the Patriots being pegged as the odds-on favorite at -140. In case you have been living under a rock, the Patriots are undefeated so far this season and have a two game lead over everyone else in the AFC. The next closest team is the Pittsburgh Steelers (+525) despite the fact that Big Ben and company are second in the AFC North behind the Cincinnati Bengals (+700).

Odds to Win the NFC
TeamOdds
Arizona Cardinals+300
Carolina Panthers+300
Green Bay Packers+400
Seattle Seahawks+900
New York Giants+900
Minnesota Vikings+1000
Dallas Cowboys+1200
Philadelphia Eagles+3300
Atlanta Falcons+3300
St. Louis Rams+5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+10000
Washington Redskins+10000
Chicago Bears+10000
Detroit Lions+12500
New Orleans Saints+15000
San Francisco 49ers+50000

Odds as of November 25 at Bovada

Odds to Win the AFC
TeamOdds
New England Patriots-140
Pittsburgh Steelers+525
Cincinnati Bengals+700
Denver Broncos+700
Indianapolis Colts+1800
Kansas City Chiefs+1800
Houston Texans+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+5000
Buffalo Bills+6600
Oakland Raiders+6600
New York Jets+6600
Miami Dolphins+15000
Baltimore Ravens+25000
Tennessee Titans+40000
San Diego Chargers+100000
Cleveland Browns+100000

Odds as of November 25 at Bovada

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When examining the teams with the best odds to win their respective conferences at the halfway point of the NFL season, it's no surprise to see the usual suspects at the top of the list in the New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers. No matter who you're betting on, there's no shortage of value at Bovada in the conference futures department.

In the AFC it's the Denver Broncos (+500), Cincinnati Bengals (+500), Pittsburgh Steelers (+1000) and Indianapolis Colts (+1400) rounding out the top five at the shop. The Broncos haven't had to rely as much on the aging Peyton Manning under center thanks to a tenacious defense that ranks first in the league in total yards allowed and points against.

The Arizona Cardinals (+400), Carolina Panthers (+400) and Seattle Seahawks (+600) are the clear frontrunners to challenge the Packers for the right to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 50. Carolina and Arizona in particular have enjoyed red-hot starts out of the gate and appear to be proving themselves as the real deal, while the Seahawks (4-4 SU) are notoriously slow starters but have appeared as a shell of their former selves on quite a few occasions through the first half of the campaign.

Here's a look at the sportsbook's full list of odds.

Odds to Win the AFC
TeamOdds
New England Patriots-125
Denver Broncos+500
Cincinnati Bengals+500
Pittsburgh Steelers+1000
Indianapolis Colts+1400
New York Jets+2800
Oakland Raiders+3300
Houston Texans+5000
Buffalo Bills+5000
Kansas City Chiefs+7500
Miami Dolphins+10000
Tennessee Titans+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars +15000+15000
Baltimore Ravens+25000
San Diego Chargers+50000
Cleveland Browns+100000
Odds to Win the NFC
TeamOdds
Green Bay Packers+350
Arizona Cardinals+400
Carolina Panthers+400
Seattle Seahawks+600
New York Giants+900
Minnesota Vikings+1000
Philadelphia Eagles+1400
Atlanta Falcons+2000
St. Louis Rams +2200+2000
Dallas Cowboys+3300
New Orleans Saints+5000
Washington Redskins+10000
Chicago Bears+12500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+25000
San Francisco 49ers+25000
Detroit Lions+100000

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After six weeks of play, there is no doubt that the New England Patriots are the favorites to represent the AFC in Super Bowl 50. The Pats are one of five teams in the NFL to be undefeated and quarterback Tom Brady has looked as amazing as he ever has with 14 touchdowns and one interception on the season.

Despite both the Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos also holding undefeated records so far, the Patriots are an overwhelming +110 to win the AFC Conference Championship at Bovada.

There is a similar story happening within the NFC as well, with the Green Bay Packers currently holding a 6-0 record while being tabbed as a tremendous +120 favorite at Bovada to win the NFC crown.

Despite the Carolina Panthers being undefeated and coming off a victory against the Seahawks in Seattle, they are currently in a three-way tie for the fourth-best odds at +900.

2015/16 AFC Conference Champion

Odds as of October 20 at Bovada

  • New England Patriots +110
  • Denver Broncos +475
  • Cincinnati Bengals +475
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +900
  • Indianapolis Colts +1000
  • New York Jets +1200
  • Buffalo Bills +4000
  • Miami Dolphins +5000
  • San Diego Chargers +7500
  • Kansas City Chiefs +7500
  • Houston Texans +7500
  • Tennessee Titans +12,500
  • Oakland Raiders +12,500
  • Baltimore Ravens +20,000
  • Cleveland Browns +25,000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +50,000
2015/16 NFC Conference Champion

Odds as of October 20 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +120
  • Arizona Cardinals +650
  • Philadelphia Eagles +800
  • Seattle Seahawks +900
  • Atlanta Falcons +900
  • Carolina Panthers +900
  • New York Giants +1600
  • Minnesota Vikings +2500
  • Dallas Cowboys +2500
  • St. Louis Rams +4000
  • New Orleans Saints +5000
  • Washington Redskins +10,000
  • Detroit Lions +15,000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +15,000
  • San Francisco 49ers +15,000
  • Chicago Bears +20,000

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The Green Bay Packers are the clear favorites in the NFC through two weeks, while the Seattle Seahawks have looked like anything but the perennially dominant team we have become accustomed to seeing over the last few years.

Despite their underwhelming 0-2 record, however, Bovada has still tabbed Pete Carroll's crew as a +525 shot to represent the conference in the Super Bowl.

Meanwhile, in the AFC Tom Brady and the Patriots have put the Deflategate drama in their rearview mirror and top the conference futures list at +250.

Denver comes in right behind them with +550 odds in the wake of victories over the Ravens and the Chiefs, with the Colts and Steelers currently priced at +800.

2015/16 NFC Conference Champion

Odds as of September 23 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +200
  • Seattle Seahawks +525
  • Arizona Cardinals +600
  • Dallas Cowboys +1000
  • Philadelphia Eagles +1000
  • Atlanta Falcons +1400
  • Carolina Panthers +1600
  • Minnesota Vikings +1600
  • St. Louis Rams +2500
  • San Francisco 49ers +2500
  • New Orleans Saints +3300
  • New York Giants +4000
  • Detroit Lions +5000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5000
  • Washington Redskins +5000
  • Chicago Bears +7500
2015/16 AFC Conference Champion

Odds as of September 23 at Bovada

  • New England Patriots +250
  • Denver Broncos +550
  • Indianapolis Colts +800
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +800
  • Cincinnati Bengals +1100
  • Baltimore Ravens +1400
  • Buffalo Bills +1400
  • New York Jets +1400
  • Miami Dolphins +1400
  • Kansas City Chiefs +1400
  • San Diego Chargers +2000
  • Houston Texans +4000
  • Oakland Raiders +5000
  • Tennessee Titans +5000
  • Cleveland Browns +7500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +10000

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Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts head into the NFL season as the favorite on the odds to win the AFC Championship Game ahead of the rival New England Patriots, with the Colts at +300 and the Patriots at +375 on those betting futures at online sportsbook Bovada. The Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks, meanwhile, are tied for the top spot on the odds to win the NFC Championship Game at +325 for the year ahead at the sportsbook.

2015/16 AFC Conference Champion

Odds as of September 8 at Bovada

  • Indianapolis Colts +300
  • New England Patriots +375
  • Denver Broncos +600
  • Baltimore Ravens +1000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +1000
  • Miami Dolphins +1200
  • Kansas City Chiefs +1600
  • San Diego Chargers +1800
  • Buffalo Bills +2000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +2000
  • Houston Texans +2200
  • New York Jets +4000
  • Oakland Raiders +4000
  • Cleveland Browns +5000
  • Tennessee Titans +7500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +7500
2015/16 NFC Conference Champion

Odds as of September 8 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +325
  • Seattle Seahawks +325
  • Philadelphia Eagles +425
  • Dallas Cowboys +800
  • Minnesota Vikings +1400
  • Arizona Cardinals +2000
  • Detroit Lions +2000
  • Atlanta Falcons +2200
  • New Orleans Saints +2200
  • New York Giants +2500
  • Carolina Panthers +2500
  • San Francisco 49ers +3300
  • St. Louis Rams +3300
  • Chicago Bears +4000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5000
  • Washington Redskins +6600

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Thanks to Deflategate and the resulting Tom Brady suspension the Indianapolis Colts are sitting as the leader on the odds to win the 2016 AFC Championship Game at the online sportsbooks, with the New England Patriots a step behind them on those NFL futures.

At Bovada Andrew Luck and the Colts sit as the favorites at +300 on the odds to win the 2016 AFC Championship Game, with the Patriots pegged at +400 with Brady handed a four-game suspension to start the season. The quarterback and the NFLPA are suing the league in federal court.

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are at +600 on those AFC Championship Game odds for the upcoming season, with the Pittsburgh Steelers at +900, the Baltimore Ravens at +1100, and the Miami Dolphins rounding out the top contenders at +1400.

Over in the NFC the Packers are tied with the Seahawks on the odds to win the 2016 NFC Championship Game, with Green Bay and Seattle both at +300 on those betting futures at the sportsbook. The Cowboys and the Eagles are both then sitting at +750.

2015/16 AFC Conference Champion

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Indianapolis Colts +300
  • New England Patriots +400
  • Denver Broncos +600
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +900
  • Baltimore Ravens +1100
  • Miami Dolphins +1400
  • Kansas City Chiefs +1600
  • Buffalo Bills +1800
  • Cincinnati Bengals +1800
  • San Diego Chargers +1800
  • Houston Texans +2200
  • New York Jets +3300
  • Oakland Raiders +5000
  • Cleveland Browns +5000
  • Tennessee Titans +7500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +7500
2015/16 NFC Conference Champion

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Green Bay Packers +300
  • Seattle Seahawks +300
  • Dallas Cowboys +750
  • Philadelphia Eagles +750
  • Minnesota Vikings +1600
  • Arizona Cardinals +2000
  • New York Giants +2000
  • Detroit Lions +2000
  • New Orleans Saints +2000
  • Atlanta Falcons +2200
  • Carolina Panthers +2200
  • St. Louis Rams +2800
  • Chicago Bears +2800
  • San Francisco 49ers +3300
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5000
  • Washington Redskins +6600

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The Indianapolis Colts have caught the New England Patriots on the odds to win the 2016 AFC Championship Game at the online sportsbooks, with both teams set at 7/2 on those latest NFL betting futures at Bovada.

The Denver Broncos are then at 6/1 on the AFC Championship Game odds at the sportsbook, with the Pittsburgh Steelers at 10/1, the Baltimore Ravens at 12/1, and each of the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, and Miami Dolphins at 16/1. The Kansas City Chiefs are set at 18/1.

Over in the NFC the Seattle Seahawks are the 3/1 favorites at Bovada on the odds to win the 2016 NFC Championship Game, with the Green Bay Packers just behind them on the list at 4/1 odds. The Dallas Cowboys are third at 13/2, followed by the Philadelphia Eagles at 10/1, and the Arizona Cardinals at 12/1.

Odds To Win 2016 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of May 5
  • Indianapolis Colts 7/2
  • New England Patriots 7/2
  • Denver Broncos 6/1
  • Pittsburgh Steelers 10/1
  • Baltimore Ravens 12/1
  • Buffalo Bills 16/1
  • Cincinnati Bengals 16/1
  • Miami Dolphins 16/1
  • Kansas City Chiefs 18/1
  • Houston Texans 20/1
  • New York Jets 22/1
  • San Diego Chargers 22/1
  • Cleveland Browns 33/1
  • Oakland Raiders 40/1
  • Tennessee Titans 75/1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1
Odds To Win 2016 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of May 5
  • Seattle Seahawks 3/1
  • Green Bay Packers 4/1
  • Dallas Cowboys 13/2
  • Philadelphia Eagles 10/1
  • Arizona Cardinals 12/1
  • New York Giants 14/1
  • Detroit Lions 16/1
  • San Francisco 49ers 18/1
  • St. Louis Rams 18/1
  • New Orleans Saints 20/1
  • Atlanta Falcons 22/1
  • Carolina Panthers 22/1
  • Chicago Bears 28/1
  • Minnesota Vikings 28/1
  • Washington Redskins 50/1
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 75/1

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Will the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks meet once again in Super Bowl 50? That's the favored matchup right now at online sportsbook Bovada as the sportsbook has those two teams sitting as the betting favorites to win their respective conferences next season.

At Bovada the defending-champion Patriots are listed as the 11/4 favorites on the odds to win the 2016 AFC Championship Game, with the Indianapolis Colts at 9/2, the Denver Broncos at 6/1, both the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers at 9/1, and the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Diego Chargers at 16/1.

The Seahawks are then the 7/2 favorites on the odds to win the 2016 NFC Championship Game at Bovada, followed by the Green Bay Packers at 17/4, the Dallas Cowboys at 7/1, the San Francisco 49ers at 10/1, the Philadelphia Eagles at 12/1, the New Orleans Saints at 14/1, and then the Cardinals, Lions, and Giants at 16/1.

Odds to Win 2016 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of February 15:

New England Patriots 11/4
Indianapolis Colts 9/2
Denver Broncos 6/1
Baltimore Ravens 9/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 9/1
Cincinnati Bengals 16/1
San Diego Chargers 16/1
Houston Texans 18/1
Kansas City Chiefs 18/1
Miami Dolphins 18/1
Buffalo Bills 25/1
Cleveland Browns 33/1
New York Jets 50/1
Oakland Raiders 75/1
Tennessee Titans 75/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1

Odds to Win 2016 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of February 15:

Seattle Seahawks 7/2
Green Bay Packers 17/4
Dallas Cowboys 7/1
San Francisco 49ers 10/1
Philadelphia Eagles 12/1
New Orleans Saints 14/1
Arizona Cardinals 16/1
Detroit Lions 16/1
New York Giants 16/1
Atlanta Falcons 20/1
Carolina Panthers 20/1
Chicago Bears 20/1
St. Louis Rams 22/1
Minnesota Vikings 28/1
Washington Redskins 40/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 75/1

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The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks remain the betting favorites at the online sportsbooks to win their respective conferences and advance to Super Bowl XLIX with the league down to its final four this weekend.

In the AFC the Patriots are the 5/14 favorites on the odds to win the AFC Championship at Bovada, with the Indianapolis Colts back at 11/5 on that list as they travel to Gillette Stadium for the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.

Over in the NFC the Seahawks are the 4/13 favorites on the odds to win the NFC Championship at Bovada, with the Green Bay Packers trailing at 5/2 on that list with the teams set to meet at CenturyLink Field in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.

Patriots vs. Seahawks is also the 5/6 favorite on the Super Bowl Exact Matchup prop bet at Bovada, followed by Patriots vs. Packers at 4/1, Colts vs. Seahawks at 3/1, and Colts vs. Packers at 8/1 at the sportsbook.

Odds to Win 2015 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of January 15:

Seattle Seahawks 4/13
Green Bay Packers 5/2

Odds to Win 2015 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of January 15:

New England Patriots 5/14
Indianapolis Colts 11/5

Super Bowl Exact Matchup

New England Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks 5/6
New England Patriots vs Green Bay Packers 4/1
Indianapolis Colts vs Seattle Seahawks 3/1
Indianapolis Colts vs Green Bay Packers 8/1

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With their first game of the postseason on tap for this weekend the New England Patriots remain the favorites on the odds to win the AFC Championship at the sportsbooks, with the Seattle Seahawks still atop the odds to win the NFC Championship as they return to the gridiron.

The Patriots, who will host the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Round of the playoffs this weekend, are the 10/11 favorites on the updated AFC Championship odds at Bovada, with the Denver Broncos at 19/10, the Indianapolis Colts at 8/1, and the Ravens at 17/2.

The Seahawks are then the 10/13 favorites on the odds to win the NFC Championship at Bovada as they get set for the visiting Carolina Panthers this weekend. The Green Bay Packers are second on those NFC odds at 5/2, with the Dallas Cowboys at 9/2, and the Panthers back at 14/1.

Odds to Win 2015 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of January 5:

New England Patriots 10/11
Denver Broncos 19/10
Indianapolis Colts 8/1
Baltimore Ravens 17/2

Odds to Win 2015 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of January 5:

Seattle Seahawks 10/13
Green Bay Packers 5/2
Dallas Cowboys 9/2
Carolina Panthers 14/1

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The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks are the leaders on the odds to win the NFL's conference championships at online sportsbook Bovada heading into the start of the playoffs this week.

In the AFC the Patriots are the 4/5 favorites on the conference championship odds, which has them ahead of the 11/4 Denver Broncos and the 15/2 Pittsburgh Steelers on those NFL futures. The Indianapolis Colts are then at 14/1 odds, with the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens both at 18/1 odds.

Over in the NFC the Seahawks are the 4/5 favorites to win the conference championship at Bovada, with the Green Bay Packers second at 11/4 odds. The Dallas Cowboys are at 5/1 odds, with the Detroit Lions and the Carolina Panthers at 20/1, and the Arizona Cardinals at 33/1.

Odds to Win 2015 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of December 30:

New England Patriots 4/5
Denver Broncos 11/4
Pittsburgh Steelers 15/2
Indianapolis Colts 14/1
Baltimore Ravens 18/1
Cincinnati Bengals 18/1

Odds to Win 2015 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of December 30:

Seattle Seahawks 4/5
Green Bay Packers 11/4
Dallas Cowboys 5/1
Carolina Panthers 20/1
Detroit Lions 20/1
Arizona Cardinals 33/1

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The New England Patriots are the new favorites on the odds to win the AFC Championship this season at online sportsbook Bovada, with Tom Brady and company having knocked Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos from the top of that NFL futures list over the past month.

The Patriots are now the 9/5 favorites on the AFC Championship odds at Bovada, with the Broncos next at 2/1, and the Indianapolis Colts third at 8/1. The San Diego Chargers (10/1) and the Cincinnati Bengals (12/1) round out the top five teams on those odds to win the AFC Championship at the sportsbook.

The Green Bay Packers remain the NFC Championship favorites at 3/2 at Bovada, with the Seattle Seahawks sitting second at 13/4 on those NFL futures. The Philadelphia Eagles (6/1), Detroit Lions (10/1), Arizona Cardinals (12/1), and New Orleans Saints (12/1) are the rest of the top contenders on those NFC Championship odds.

Odds to Win 2015 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of December 1:

New England Patriots 9/5
Denver Broncos 2/1
Indianapolis Colts 8/1
San Diego Chargers 10/1
Cincinnati Bengals 12/1
Kansas City Chiefs 20/1
Baltimore Ravens 22/1
Miami Dolphins 22/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 25/1
Cleveland Browns 40/1
Buffalo Bills 75/1
Houston Texans 75/1

Odds to Win 2015 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of December 1:

Green Bay Packers 3/2
Seattle Seahawks 13/4
Philadelphia Eagles 6/1
Detroit Lions 10/1
Arizona Cardinals 12/1
New Orleans Saints 12/1
Dallas Cowboys 14/1
San Francisco 49ers 14/1
Atlanta Falcons 33/1
Carolina Panthers 200/1
Chicago Bears 200/1
St. Louis Rams 200/1

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Through 10 weeks of the NFL campaign the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers are the favorites at the sportsbooks on the odds to win their respective conferences and advance to the Super Bowl.

At Bovada the Broncos are atop the odds to win the AFC Championship at 8/5, with the New England Patriots at 13/5, the Indianapolis Colts at 5/1, the Kansas City Chiefs at 12/1, and each of the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, and San Diego Chargers at 20/1. The Packers are then tied with the Seattle Seahawks as the 7/2 favorites on the odds to win the NFC Championship this season, with the Arizona Cardinals at 11/2, the Philadelphia Eagles at 7/1, and both the Detroit Lions and the San Francisco 49ers at 8/1 on those futures.

Odds to Win 2015 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of November 10:

Denver Broncos 8/5
New England Patriots 13/5
Indianapolis Colts 5/1
Kansas City Chiefs 12/1
Baltimore Ravens 20/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 20/1
San Diego Chargers 20/1
Cincinnati Bengals 22/1
Cleveland Browns 22/1
Miami Dolphins 33/1
Buffalo Bills 66/1
Houston Texans 100/1

Odds to Win 2015 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of November 10:

Green Bay Packers 7/2
Seattle Seahawks 7/2
Arizona Cardinals 11/2
Philadelphia Eagles 7/1
Detroit Lions 8/1
San Francisco 49ers 8/1
Dallas Cowboys 9/1
New Orleans Saints 10/1
Minnesota Vikings 66/1
Atlanta Falcons 75/1
Carolina Panthers 75/1
Chicago Bears 200/1
New York Giants 250/1
Washington Redskins 250/1
St. Louis Rams 400/1

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The Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos clashed in Super Bowl XLVIII back in February, and the oddsmakers at the sportsbooks expect them to contend for berths in the big game this year as well.

The latest odds to win the NFC Championship at Bovada have the Seahawks listed as the 15/4 favorites, with the San Francisco 49ers at 5/1, and the Green Bay Packers at 11/2. The New Orleans Saints are at 6/1 and the Chicago Bears and the Philadelphia Eagles are at 11/1 on the NFC Championship odds with the season set to get underway on September 4.

The odds to win the AFC Championship at Bovada have the Broncos pegged as the 2/1 favorites, with the New England Patriots at 3/1, and the Indianapolis Colts at 8/1. The Cincinnati Bengals and the San Diego Chargers are listed at 14/1 odds to win the AFC Championship this season.

Odds to Win 2015 AFC Championship Game at Bovada as of September 1:

Denver Broncos 2/1
New England Patriots 3/1
Indianapolis Colts 8/1
Cincinnati Bengals 14/1
San Diego Chargers 14/1
Baltimore Ravens 16/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 16/1
Kansas City Chiefs 20/1
Houston Texans 28/1
Miami Dolphins 28/1
Cleveland Browns 33/1
New York Jets 33/1
Buffalo Bills 40/1
Tennessee Titans 40/1
Oakland Raiders 75/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 100/1

Odds to Win 2015 NFC Championship Game at Bovada as of September 1:

Seattle Seahawks 15/4
San Francisco 49ers 5/1
Green Bay Packers 11/2
New Orleans Saints 6/1
Chicago Bears 11/1
Philadelphia Eagles 11/1
Detroit Lions 18/1
Arizona Cardinals 20/1
Atlanta Falcons 22/1
Carolina Panthers 25/1
Dallas Cowboys 33/1
New York Giants 33/1
St. Louis Rams 33/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33/1
Washington Redskins 33/1
Minnesota Vikings 40/1

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