NFL NFC Betting Lines

In a 15 year span, the NFC sent 11 different teams to the Super Bowl, whereas the AFC sent 6. At the same time, the only time that an NFC team made back-to-back Super Bowl appearances was when the Seattle Seahawks did it recently in 2013 and 2014. At the same time, the only NFC team to never play in a Super Bowl game is the Detroit Lions. They also have the team with pro sports’ longest playoff absence in the Bills. [+]

A lot of people may see the NFC as Tom Brady’s house and the New England Patriots empire, but there is so much more going on. Granted, the Pats have done nothing but win, year-after-year for the last decade and a half. But, there is actually a greater diversity in winners in the NFC, compared to the AFC, from a historical perspective.

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Odds On NFL NFC Games

Use our info to place the smartest NFL NFC Bets today. Make an educated bet using the sharpest lines in the business.

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Monday 18 September
FT Detroit Lions 24 - 10 New York Giants +150 -161 Odds
Thursday 21 September
Los Angeles Rams 20:25 San Francisco 49ers -141 +130 Odds
Sunday 24 September
Baltimore Ravens 09:30 Jaguars -185 +170 Odds
New York Giants 13:00 Philadelphia Eagles +240 -263 Odds
Miami Dolphins 13:00 New York Jets -256 +240 Odds
Houston Texans 13:00 Patriots +675 -909 Odds
Buccaneers 13:00 Minnesota Vikings Odds
Pittsburgh Steelers 13:00 Chicago Bears -313 +275 Odds
New Orleans Saints 13:00 Carolina Panthers +220 -244 Odds
Denver Broncos 13:00 Buffalo Bills -156 +145 Odds
Atlanta Falcons 13:00 Detroit Lions -149 +140 Odds
Cleveland Browns 13:00 Indianapolis Colts -120 +110 Odds
Seattle Seahawks 16:05 Tennessee Titans +125 -145 Odds
Kansas City Chiefs 16:25 San Diego Chargers -164 +150 Odds
Cincinnati Bengals 16:25 Green Bay Packers +325 -385 Odds
Oakland Raiders 20:30 Washington Redskins -159 +145 Odds

NFL NFC Scores And Standings

Here’s a glance at the NFL NFC Standings. Keep track of the division leaders, the cellar dwellers and follow who’s on the move.

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1 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 2 2 0 57 40 1.000
2 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 2 2 0 44 10 1.000
3 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 2 2 0 32 6 1.000
4 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 2 2 0 66 38 1.000
5 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 2 2 0 59 33 1.000
6 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 2 2 0 69 47 1.000
7 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 1 1 0 19 17 1.000
8 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 2 2 0 71 36 1.000
9 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 2 2 0 47 27 1.000
10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 1 0 29 7 1.000
11 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 2 1 1 39 48 0.500
12 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 2 1 1 24 21 0.500
13 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 2 1 1 36 45 0.500
14 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 2 1 1 40 43 0.500
15 Houston Texans Houston Texans 2 1 1 20 38 0.500
16 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 2 1 1 45 44 0.500
17 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 2 1 1 66 36 0.500
18 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 2 1 1 38 45 0.500
19 New England Patriots New England Patriots 2 1 1 63 62 0.500
20 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 2 1 1 50 44 0.500
21 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 2 1 1 21 26 0.500
22 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 2 1 1 53 42 0.500
23 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 2 1 1 44 50 0.500
24 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 2 0 2 24 52 0
25 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 2 0 2 9 33 0
26 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 2 0 2 28 45 0
27 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 2 0 2 22 62 0
28 San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers 2 0 2 38 43 0
29 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 2 0 2 39 65 0
30 New York Giants New York Giants 2 0 2 13 43 0
31 New York Jets New York Jets 2 0 2 32 66 0
32 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 2 0 2 12 35 0

Bet On NFL NFC Games

Let’s start with the Washington Redskins. The team has become one of the strongest in the NFC east, and could be poised to move up in the NFL next year. But it’s more likely they slip back as the rest of the division pulls it together. They are unlikely to win the conference.

In the NFC West, you’re looking at the Seahawks as the strongest team. They are the favorites and certainly belong in Super Bowl conversations. It wasn’t that long ago they won it all, and they have all the tools to get back to the big dance again.

Down in the South, you will want to take a close look at the Panthers. Despite what you saw at Super Bowl 50, this team has a high octane offense and a championship level defence, minus the championship. This team has gone from good to great over the last 3 years. They are now the team to beat in their division, their conference and the entire NFL.

And finally, in the north, things are a bit more dicey. We’re picking the Packers. Their strength starts with the franchise player in Aaron Rodgers. He’s a stat-compiling and winning machine that leads them wherever they go. He needs to be healthy all year for them to keep playing at this level. A few odd experts are actually picking the Packers to go all the way, but it’s not very likely. They will most likely make the playoffs, and even advance to the second round.