NFL 2014 Futures Odds Betting Report – AFC and NFC Championship

Training camps continue to open all over the NFL this week as teams begin preparations for the start of another season of football. BetAnySports has you covered with a complete set of futures odds to get you ready for the games themselves. This week’s NFL betting report takes a closer look at some of the futures odds to win each conference title.

NFL 2014 Futures Odds Betting Report - AFC and NFC Championship

Denver dominated the AFC last season before getting hammered by Seattle in the Super Bowl, so it is no wonder that BetAnySports has opened the Broncos as +225 favorites to repeat as conference champions. The one thing working against them is the last time a team lost a Super Bowl and got back to the title game the following season was Buffalo back in 1993.

New England is a close second-favorite at +330 and then things drop off from there with Indianapolis listed as a +950 third-favorite followed by Cincinnati and Baltimore at +1450. Pittsburgh is next on the list at +1550, which should make for a very interesting division title race in the congested AFC North.

Kansas City won 11 games last season in a dramatic turnaround from a woeful 2-14 record the year before. The Chiefs’ odds to win the AFC this season have been set at +1600 with AFC West foe San Diego next on the list at +1700. Jacksonville has the longest odds on the board to win the conference at +11500.

The Seahawks had the best record in the NFC last season at 13-3 on the road to a conference title. BetAnySports has listed the defending champs as +320 favorites to make its second straight appearance in the Super Bowl. San Francisco has been to three-straight NFC Championship Games, winning one in 2012. Heading into this season, the 49ers’ odds to win the NFC have been set at +410.

Green Bay is the third-favorite to win the conference at +660 and New Orleans’ odds to get to this year’s Super Bowl by winning the NFC are +800. Philadelphia is coming off a 10-6 record and a NFC East title in 2013 and the Eagles’ odds to take the next step with a conference title this year are +1350.

The odds start to get a bit longer from there with Chicago and Atlanta listed at +1800 followed by Arizona at +1900 and Carolina at +1925. The Minnesota Vikings have the longest odds to win the NFC at +5000 with Tampa Bay having the next highest at +3300.

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