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If you are thinking of betting on the odds to win AFC South for the first time, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the way the American odds format works. The American odds format displays odds in two styles – negative and positive. Negative odds e.g. -110 indicate a pre-game or pre-season favorite. Negative odds mean you must wager more than one unit to win one unit.
Let’s say for example that the Indianapolis Colts were priced at -140 to win the AFC South in the latest NFL betting odds. This means you would need to wager $140 to win $100. In smaller stake terms, it means you would need to wager $14 to win $10. On the flip side, if the Houston Texans were priced at +600 to win the AFC South division, you would win $600 on a $100 wager if the Texans made it three divisional titles in four years in 2021. In smaller stake terms, it means you would win $60 from a $10 wager.
It’s time to take a closer look at the AFC South odds to win division market. There are four teams listed in the AFC South odds – Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Texans. The Indianapolis Colts have two Super Bowl titles to their name. The last time the Colts won the Lombardi Trophy was back in 2006, when they edged out the Chicago Bears 29-17 at a packed Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens. It’s been something of a barren run for the Colts in the AFC South division, having failed to win it since 2014.
The Tennessee Titans have been present in the AFC South division since 2002. They won the AFC South for the first time in 12 seasons last year, securing a third playoff appearance in the last four seasons. However, the Titans are yet to reach or win a Super Bowl.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the newest NFL franchises, having been founded in 1995. The Jaguars have been present in the AFC South division since 2002, like the Titans. Jacksonville have only won the AFC South division once, since joining in 2002, with their 2017 success taking them all the way to the AFC Championship game before losing to the Patriots.
The Houston Texans was an even more recent addition to the NFL than the Jaguars, entering their first season in 2002. The Texans have been exclusively in the AFC South odds to win division market ever since, making many Houston fans happy with five divisional titles in 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019 respectively. Despite this, Houston remains the only NFL franchise never to have reached a Conference Championship game. Wondering what the latest odds to win AFC South look like for the 2021 NFL season? Read on as we assess the chances of all four franchises listed n the AFC South betting odds market:
The Titans will be looking to claim back-to-back AFC South division titles in 2021, after their 11-5 record secured the division in 2020. Tennessee is certainly developing a roster that can do some offensive damage once again. Much of that is due to the work of offensive coordinator Arthur Smith, whose ability to mould a lethal and productive offense earnt him the head coach role with the Atlanta Falcons for the 2021 season.
Blisteringly fast wide receiver A.J. Brown has been joined by All-Pro Julio Jones for the 2021 season, while close season recruits Denico Autry and Bud Dupree may even prove to be enhancements to their defense.
In the preseason AFC South odds to win division market, there is little to separate the Titans and the Indianapolis Colts as outright favorites. Tennessee’s best value preseason AFC South odds are available with FanDuel Sportsbook, which currently offers one of the best free bet promotions to new sign-ups, amounting to a risk-free wager up to a maximum of $1000.
The Colts are bidding for their first AFC South division title in seven seasons. Their close season recruitment got off to a rocky start when defensive end Denico Autry opted to leave for divisional rivals Tennessee. However, the Colts responded by recruiting highly promising college pass rusher Kwity Paye as their first-round draft pick.
The Colts’ offensive coordinator Frank Reich has also recommended the signing of Carson Wentz as Indianapolis’ fifth starting quarterback in seven seasons. Wentz and Reich have previous together, with Wentz helping the Eagles to a Super Bowl four seasons ago. However, the Colts are still only tenth favorites in the 2022 Super Bowl futures.
The Jaguars have won the AFC South division once in the last decade. Jacksonville is working hard to write a new chapter in its history, with the capture of new head coach Urban Meyer and franchise quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Lawrence was joined by former Clemson Tigers teammate Travis Etienne, with the running back linking up impressively with Lawrence during their time in the NCAA Division I.
Jacksonville look set to start the 2021 NFL season as third favorites to win the AFC South division, with the leading US sportsbooks still sceptical as to whether Lawrence will be able to drive the Jaguars forward on his own.
The Texans’ preparations for the 2021 NFL season have been hit hard by the off-field issues surrounding star Deshaun Watson. Defensive end J. J. Watt was also shown the door in the close season, who promptly joined the Arizona Cardinals. The jury is also out among the US sportsbooks regarding the caliber of Houston’s new head coach David Culley, who has previously served as assistant head coach of the Baltimore Ravens.
With a distinct lack of first-round draft picks to hand, Houston’s first draft pick in the close season was a third-round selection, underlining just how up against it the Texans will be in the 2021 season. Their likely struggles are reflected in their pre-season AFC South odds, which make Houston the rank outsiders this year.
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