AFC North Division Odds

All four teams in the AFC North finished with a winning record this season, highlighted by the Baltimore Ravens at 13-4.

The Ravens won their first division title since 2019 as they cashed at +240 odds from prior to the season.

Be sure to check back soon as AFC North Division Odds will be made available for the 2024-25 NFL regular season.

AFC North Division Opening Odds

Listed below were the Opening Odds to win the AFC North in the 2023 season.

Cincinnati Bengals +125
Baltimore Ravens +240
Cleveland Browns +360
Pittsburgh Steelers +600

How to Read the Odds:
Bet $100 on Cincinnati Bengals (+125) to win $125
Bet $100 on Baltimore Ravens (+240) to win $240

AFC North Betting History

The AFC North has showcased three different winners in the last four seasons, highlighted by the Ravens winning it in 2023.

Year-Winner-Record (Odds to Win)

2023: Baltimore Ravens 13-4-0 (+240)
2022: Cincinnati Bengals 12-4-0 (+175)
2021: Cincinnati Bengals 10-7-0 (+2500)
2020: Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4-0 (+300)
2019: Baltimore Ravens 14-2-0 (+400)
2018: Baltimore Ravens 10-6-0 (+300)
2017: Pittsburgh Steelers 13-3-0 (-250)
2016: Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0 (+110)
2015: Cincinnati Bengals 12-4-0 (+180)
2014: Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0 (+200)
2013: Cincinnati Bengals 11-5-0 (+200)
2012: Baltimore Ravens 10-6-0 (+140)
2011: Baltimore Ravens 12-4-0 (+120)
2010: Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4-0 (+275)
2009: Cincinnati Bengals 10-6-0 (+800)
2008: Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4-0 (-125)
2007: Pittsburgh Steelers 10-6-0 (+250)
2006: Baltimore Ravens 13-3-0 (N/A)
2005: Cincinnati Bengals 11-5-0 (+350)
2004: Pittsburgh Steelers 15-1-0 (+350)
2003: Baltimore Ravens 10-6-0 (+280)
2002: Pittsburgh Steelers 10-5-1 (-300)
2001: Pittsburgh Steelers 13-3-0
2000: Tennessee Titans 13-3-0
1999: Jacksonville Jaguars 14-2-0
1998: Jacksonville Jaguars 11-5-0
1997: Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0
1996: Pittsburgh Steelers 10-6-0
1995: Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0
1994: Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4-0
1993: Houston Oilers 12-4-0
1992: Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0
1991: Houston Oilers 11-5-0
1990: Cincinnati Bengals 9-7-0
1989: Cleveland Browns 9-6-1
1988: Cincinnati Bengals 10-6-0
1987: Cleveland Browns 10-5-0
1986: Cleveland Browns 12-4-0
1985: Cleveland Browns 8-8-0
1984: Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7-0
1983: Pittsburgh Steelers 10-6-0
1982: Cincinnati Bengals 7-2-0
1981: Cincinnati Bengals 12-4-0
1980: Cleveland Browns 11-5-0
1979: Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4-0
1978: Pittsburgh Steelers 14-2-0
1977: Pittsburgh Steelers 9-5-0
1976: Pittsburgh Steelers 10-4-0
1975: Pittsburgh Steelers 12-2-0
1974: Pittsburgh Steelers 10-3-1
1973: Cincinnati Bengals 10-4-0
1972: Pittsburgh Steelers 11-3-0
1971: Cleveland Browns 9-5-0
1970: Cincinnati Bengals 8-6-0

AFC North Teams

Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens have quickly become the most popular professional sports franchise in Maryland with in-state sports betting fans. The Ravens also remain a very popular NFL team across multiple legal betting markets in the US.

As the Ravens, the new team went on to win Super Bowl XXXV on Jan. 28, 2001 by beating the New York Giants 34-7. Brian Billick was the head coach of that team. Baltimore made it back to the Super Bowl in 2012 with John Harbaugh as head coach. In Super Bowl XLVII, the Ravens outlasted the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in a thriller.

Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Burrow and the Bengals are one of the most popular teams among fans, making them one of the most popular bets as well.

Burrow and wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, championship-winning teammates at LSU, led the Bengals back to the Super Bowl in 2022. Again, the Bengals fell short of their first title, this time to the Los Angeles Rams.

Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns have nearly shaken the stigma that haunted them throughout the last several decades, when they couldn’t consistently win games. As a result, fans are back in the stands and bettors are back at the window to get action on the upstart Browns.

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the NFL’s most successful franchises and, as a result, extremely popular among fans and bettors.

The Steelers made six straight playoff appearances at the start of the Bill Cowher era, including a Super Bowl appearance in 1996. Sadly, the Steelers fell to the Cowboys, 27-17.

Less than a decade later, Pittsburgh drafted quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. In his second season, the Steelers returned to glory, as they defeated the Seattle Seahawks and captured their first championship since the ’79-’80 season.

The Steelers’ six championships are tied for the most in NFL history by a single franchise.

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