NFL Division Winner Predictions: Back These Two Teams to Win Their Division at +107

NFL Division winner predictions and picks. Handicapper Josh Gayle has a two-leg division winner parlay. The only part he doesn’t love about futures is your money being held captive for so long, but they surely have value.
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NFL Division Winner Predictions: Back These Two Teams to Win Their Division at +107

You can find this under “Team Futures” and then “Divisional Winner” for those who don’t usually take these. This is the most square bet I may ever put out but the value is undeniable. I feel like the only way we lose is if either Josh Allen or Tom Brady deal with a lengthy injury. With bets like this though, you have to take the value and hope for the best.

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1u - Bucs/Bills to win their divisions @ +107 (Bet $107 to win $100)

I really don’t see any major competition for either team here. I know the Dolphins made some moves and the Patriots were good last year, but Josh Allen and those weapons are the clear favorites to take that division and in my opinion win it all. As for the Bucs, Tom Brady didn’t come out of retirement to lose to any of those horrible teams in the division. The only team with a hair of a chance is New Orleans, but I’m not in the least threatened by them.

Tampa will look very similar to last year, with some nice additions like Russell Gage, Shaq Mason and Logan Ryan. Leonard Fournette returned and Chris Godwin signed his tender. Rob Gronkowski was in a viral clip at a barbershop saying his return to Tampa has a real good chance but he wants to wait and make Tom sweat. New Orleans will be starting Jameis Winston, who has never been a consistent thrower of the football and they just don’t have the firepower to keep up in the division. They are better than the Falcons and Panthers but that isn’t saying much. I expect Tampa to sweep both series against those two teams and I like their odds of winning at least 8 of the other 13 games. 12 wins should win this division pretty handily.

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Buffalo’s season last year ended at the fate of a coin. I’m expecting Buffalo not only to win this division but to have the best record in football. Josh Allen keeps getting better and better and that defense should be elite. The addition of Von Miller will prove to be huge. The Jets aren’t a threat, the Patriots got worse in the offseason, and the Dolphins are now being overrated after the Tyreek Hill trade. I like the Dolphins' odds to win maybe 9 games and end with a winning record but not to best the Bills if Allen stays healthy. Both of these teams are projected multiple wins ahead of their top opponents so instead of drinking the juice we will pair them up and get some nice plus odds on two of the best teams in the league.

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Josh has a knack for picking winning bets, and he specializes in the NFL, NBA, and MLB. As a lifelong Detroit sports fan, he has plenty of time on his hands during playoff season. You can follow him on Twitter at @ThatGuyBets.

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