NFC South Division Odds

The 2024-25 NFL regular season begins in Week 1 on Thursday September 5, 2024 and bettors can start placing wagers now on who will win the NFC South Division.

Nfc South Division Winner Odds

-115 + -120 + -115 + -135 + -121 + -121 +  
+290 + +300 + +300 + +360 + +295 + +300 +  
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NFC South Division Opening Odds

Listed below are the Opening Odds to win the NFC South in the 2024-25 season.

  • Atlanta Falcons +100
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +300
  • New Orleans Saints +340
  • Carolina Panthers +1000

How to Read the Odds:
Bet $100 on Atlanta Falcons (+100) to win $100
Bet $100 on Carolina Panthers (+1000) to win $1,000

NFC South Betting History

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers picked up their third consecutive NFC South title with a 9-8 record in 2023.

The Bucs owned the longest odds to win the division at 7/1 after Tom Brady's retirement, but Tampa Bay posted a better record in 2023 than Brady's last season of 2022.

Year-Winner-Record (Odds to Win)

2023: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-8-0 (+700)
2022: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8-9-0 (-250)
2021: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13-4-0 (-200)
2020: New Orleans Saints 12-4-0 (-160)
2019: New Orleans Saints 13-3-0 (-140)
2018: New Orleans Saints 13-3-0 (+120)
2017: New Orleans Saints 11-5-0 (+600)
2016: Atlanta Falcons 11-5-0 (+1000)
2015: Carolina Panthers 15-1-0 (+240)
2014: Carolina Panthers 7-8-1 (+500)
2013: Carolina Panthers 12-4-0 (+550)
2012: Atlanta Falcons 13-3-0 (+125)
2011: New Orleans Saints 13-3-0 (+100)
2010: Atlanta Falcons 13-3-0 (+210)
2009: New Orleans Saints 13-3-0 (+175)
2008: Carolina Panthers 12-4-0 (+275)
2007: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7-0 (+450)
2006: New Orleans Saints 10-6-0 (+700)
2005: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11-5-0 (+500)
2004: Atlanta Falcons 11-5-0 (+165)
2003: Carolina Panthers 11-5-0 (+650)
2002: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12-4-0 (-240)

Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons play in the National Football League in the South Division of the National Football Conference. The franchise first joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1965. The team currently plays its home games at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA.

The Falcons have won six division championships in 1980, 1998, 2004, 2010, 2012, and most recently in 2016. The team has also gone to the Super Bowl twice — the first time in 1998 for Super Bowl XXXIII, which ended in a loss to the Denver Broncos. And the second time in 2016 for Super Bowl LI, which ended in a loss to the New England Patriots.

Carolina Panthers

Led by the franchise’s first head coach Dom Capers, Carolina almost went to the Super Bowl in just its second season. The Panthers were 12-4 in 1996 and went all the way to the 1997 NFC Championship Game.

In 2003 with John Fox as head coach, the Panthers qualified for Super Bowl XXXVIII by winning the NFC. They came up short against the New England Patriots in a 32-29 loss.

A second trip to the league’s championship game was engineered by quarterback Cam Newton in 2014. With his team going 15-1 in the regular season, Newton was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player

Despite posting the best record in team history, Carolina fell just short of winning a Super Bowl title. This time around, the Panthers were on the wrong end of a 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos.

New Orleans Saints

The Saints have been a long-standing member of the NFL since the 1967 season. As an expansion franchise, the early years in New Orleans were lean with just one winning season in the first 20 seasons in the league.

New Orleans’ best run in the NFL came with the hiring of Sean Payton as head coach in 2006. With Drew Brees at quarterback, the Saints reached the pinnacle of success in 2009 by winning the Super Bowl. They defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 in Super Bowl XLIV at Sun Life Stadium in Arizona.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers compete in the National Football League in the South Division of the National Football Conference. The team was founded in 1976 as an expansion team at the same time as the Seattle Seahawks. The franchise originally played in the West Division of the American Football Conference.

The franchise has won two Super Bowl championships. The team also holds the distinction, which it shares with the Baltimore Ravens, of being the only two franchises in the NFL who are undefeated in their multiple appearances at the Super Bowl. The Buccaneers are the only post-merger expansion team that has been able to win a division title and win a playoff game.

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