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A few generations of NFL fans know nothing but the New England Patriots being the most dominant team in the AFC and the entire league. With Tom Brady and Bill Belichick leading the way, the Pats have collected nine of their record 11 conference championships since 2001. That’s a run of success unparalleled in the salary cap and free agency era. Brady is still kicking now that he’s reached 40 and Father Time will catch up with him at some point. But the guy defies the odds and is playing better now than he was as a rookie. Despite winning the last three AFC Championships, the Pats have slipped behind the Kansas City Chiefs as favorites to topple the AFC pack. Until Brady retires, though, the Pats are going to be a tough out.

The gap is closing with five teams listed at better than +720 Odds. The Chiefs have been a regular season terror over the last four years, matching the Pats as the only teams to post double-digit victories every season in that span. We could also be witnessing a transition in Cleveland with the Browns making significant offseason moves to try and win their first AFC Championship.

2019 AFC Divisions Betting Preview

AFC North

The preseason hype surrounding the Cleveland Browns is real and oddsmakers took notice, pegging the perennial losers as the favorite to win their first AFC North title. Both Baltimore and Pittsburgh lost more than they gained this offseason, but they should be in the thick of the race like they always are. All eyes, however, will be on the Browns, who went winless just two seasons ago. Fortunes could be changing with the Browns getting their quarterback situation ironed out. After a number of misses in the draft, it appears the Browns got it right this time with Baker Mayfield. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 draft took over early last season and put together a strong season. He and the Browns offense should be better with Odell Beckham Jr. joining Jarvis Landry to give their QB some serious weapons. More

AFC South

With the help of Peyton Manning, the Indianapolis Colts owned the AFC South from its inception winning nine of the first 13 titles. They’ve gone four years without a crown, their longest drought in the division’s history, but after a standout 10-win campaign under rookie coach Frank Reich in 2018, the Colts are the favorite to win the division in 2019. The Houston Texans aren’t going to give it up easily, though. The Texans won the title in 2018 by a game over the Colts, their third crown in four seasons. The teams met in a wild card playoff game with the Colts getting the victory. It was the second straight season two division teams qualified for the postseason after having just one the previous four campaigns. More

AFC East

Tom Brady is back for another season and the defending champion New England Patriots are a big favorite to extend their NFL record for consecutive division titles to 11. The Pats’ run of success under Brady and coach Bill Belichick is unprecedented in today’s NFL with salary caps and free agency. They head into the season as defending champions for the sixth time in Brady’s reign. More

AFC West

With four teams that originally began play as charter members of the AFL’s Western Division, the AFC West is the nastiest in football. It’s also been one of the most competitive throughout the years, though the Kansas City Chiefs have a stranglehold on the top spot and don’t appear to be letting go. The Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers had the best record in the AFC last season at 12-4. Kansas City won the tie-breaker with a better division record, thus earning the No. 1 seed in the conference playoffs and its third straight division title. Oddsmakers have those two in a close race at the top of the division. The Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders are further down the odds list and aren’t expected to compete, though stranger things have happened. More

Odds To Win AFC

TEAM AUGUST 5 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 19
Kansas City Chiefs +296 +285 +300
New England Patriots +357 +368 +370
Indianapolis Colts +499 +520 +585
Los Angeles Chargers +682 +630 +650
Cleveland Browns +745 +760 +825
Pittsburgh Steelers +1306 +1300 +1000
Baltimore Ravens +2200 +1800 +1700
Houston Texans +2100 +2123 +2000
Jacksonville Jaguars +2712 +3150 +3150
New York Jets +3700 +3850 +4000
Buffalo Bills +5500 +5300 +4250
Tennessee Titans +4500 +4800 +4350
Denver Broncos +4800 +5000 +5300
Oakland Raiders +5500 +7200 +7500
Cincinnati Bengals +9500 +9500 +10500
Miami Dolphins +13500 +14000 +14000

Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV

TEAM AUGUST 5 AUGUST 12 AUGUST 19
Kansas City Chiefs +627 +615 +625
New England Patriots +703 +727 +730
New Orleans Saints +926 +948 +956
Indianapolis Colts +1002 +1040 +1165
Los Angeles Rams +1204 +1180 +1175
Los Angeles Chargers +1345 +1225 +1285
Philadelphia Eagles +1304 +1285 +1365
Cleveland Browns +1467 +1480 +1625
Chicago Bears +1557 +1665 +1693
Pittsburgh Steelers +2465 +2500 +1950
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Green Bay Packers +2129 +2400 +2300
Dallas Cowboys +2465 +2350 +2400
Minnesota Vikings +2655 +2550 +2509
Seattle Seahawks +3684 +3650 +3012
Baltimore Ravens +4200 +3450 +3300
Atlanta Falcons +3710 +3300 +3400
Houston Texans +4000 +4000 +3850
Carolina Panthers +4500 +4500 +3900
San Francisco 49ers +4300 +4500 +4500
Jacksonville Jaguars +5000 +6000 +6000
New York Jets +8000 +7500 +7700
Tennessee Titans +8500 +9000 +8500
Buffalo Bills +10500 +10000 +8500
Detroit Lions +10000 +11000 +9500
Denver Broncos +10000 +9500 +10000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +9000 +10000 +10000
New York Giants +15500 +13500 +14000
Oakland Raiders +10500 +14000 +14000
Washington Redskins +15000 +15000 +16000
Arizona Cardinals +13000 +13000 +17000
Cincinnati Bengals +18500 +18500 +19500
Miami Dolphins +25000 +26500 +27500

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The Pats have been the class of the AFC for close to two decades, and oddsmakers still have them as contenders, but they are no longer the favorite. With electrifying Patrick Mahomes leading the highest scoring offense in 2018, Kansas City has emerged as the favorite. The Chiefs have played in two Super Bowls, but they’ve never won an AFC Championship. How’s that you ask? Their two visits came before the merger when champs from the AFL and NFL squared off.

List of AFC Winners

YEAR WINNER
2018 New England Patriots
2017 New England Patriots
2016 New England Patriots
2015 Denver Broncos
2014 New England Patriots
2013 Denver Broncos
2012 Baltimore Ravens
2011 New England Patriots
2010 Pittsburgh Steelers
2009 Indianapolis Colts
2008 Pittsburgh Steelers
2007 New England Patriots
2006 Indianapolis Colts
2005 Pittsburgh Steelers
2004 New England Patriots
2003 New England Patriots
2002 Oakland Raiders
2001 New England Patriots
2000 Baltimore Ravens
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1999 Tennessee Titans
1998 Denver Broncos
1997 Denver Broncos
1996 New England Patriots
1995 Pittsburgh Steelers
1994 San Diego Chargers
1993 Buffalo Bills
1992 Buffalo Bills
1991 Buffalo Bills
1990 Buffalo Bills
1989 Denver Broncos
1988 Cincinnati Bengals
1987 Denver Broncos
1986 Denver Broncos
1985 New England Patriots
1984 Miami Dolphins
1983 Los Angeles Raiders
1982* Miami Dolphins
1981 Cincinnati Bengals
1980 Oakland Raiders
1979 Pittsburgh Steelers
1978 Pittsburgh Steelers
1977 Denver Broncos
1976 Oakland Raiders
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
1974 Pittsburgh Steelers
1973 Miami Dolphins
1972 Miami Dolphins
1971 Miami Dolphins
1970 Baltimore Colts

The AFC has been all about runs of dominance in its history. First it was Don Shula's Dolphins, who won three straight conference championships in the early-1970s. Then it was the Steel Curtain of the mid- and late-70s which won four AFC titles in six years. Then it was the tough luck Bills, who won four AFC championships in a row to kick off the 1990s, the most consecutive titles in AFC history. And now, it's the Brady and Belichick show.

The Patriots’ run of success under the quarterback/coach tandem has been mindboggling. They’ve appeared in eight straight AFC Championship Games and 13 of their 15 visits have come since 2001, Brady’s first season. Still, the Pats haven’t been to the most conference title games. That distinction belongs to the Steelers, who dropped to 8-8 all-time in the AFC Championship by losing to the Pats in 2016. Their last title came in 2010.

The AFC Championship has been dominated by three quarterbacks since the 2003 season with Brady (8), Ben Roethlisberger (3) and Peyton Manning (4) combining to win 15 times in that 16-year stretch. The only other player to snare a victory was Baltimore’s Joe Flacco, who guided the Ravens to a win over Brady and the Pats during the 2012 season.

AFC Championship Results by Team

TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS LAST
New England Patriots 11 2018
Pittsburgh Steelers 8 2010
Denver Broncos 8 2015
Miami Dolphins 5 1984
Oakland Raiders 4 2002
Buffalo Bills 4 1993
Indianapolis Colts 3 2009
Baltimore Ravens 2 2012
Cincinnati Bengals 2 1988
Tennessee Titans 1 1999
Los Angeles Chargers 1 1994

Dominance personified. Of the 49 AFC Championship Games played, a whopping 27 of them have been won by the Patriots, Steelers and Broncos. New England broke a tie with the other clubs with the first of their current three-title streak. In 2017, the Pats became the first team in NFL history to win 10 conference championships and they added to their franchise legacy with another title last year.

The Jets, Browns, Jaguars, Chiefs and Texans are among the teams that have never won the AFC championship, with the Jets having the biggest record for futility at 0-4. Houston Texans are the only team in the NFL to have never played in a conference championship game, though they are the league's youngest franchise.

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Live Lines

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  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10001
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +17000
    • 10002
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +3300
    • 10003
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • +3000
    • 10004
    • Buffalo Bills
    • +8000
    • 10005
    • Carolina Panthers
    • +3650
    • 10006
    • Chicago Bears
    • +1675
    • 10007
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • +20000
    • 10008
    • Cleveland Browns
    • +1850
    • 10009
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • +2401
    • 10010
    • Denver Broncos
    • +9500
    • 10011
    • Detroit Lions
    • +9500
    • 10012
    • Green Bay Packers
    • +2151
    • 10013
    • Houston Texans
    • +3703
    • 10014
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • +1175
    • 10015
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • +5500
    • 10016
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • +625
    • 10017
    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • +1285
    • 10018
    • Los Angeles Rams
    • +1175
    • 10019
    • Miami Dolphins
    • +27500
    • 10020
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • +2400
    • 10021
    • New England Patriots
    • +725
    • 10022
    • New Orleans Saints
    • +940
    • 10023
    • New York Giants
    • +14000
    • 10024
    • New York Jets
    • +8000
    • 10025
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +14500
    • 10026
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • +1275
    • 10027
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
    • +1850
    • 10028
    • San Francisco 49ers
    • +4800
    • 10029
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • +2800
    • 10030
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • +10000
    • 10031
    • Tennessee Titans
    • +8500
    • 10032
    • Washington Redskins
    • +16500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10101
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • +1550
    • 10102
    • Buffalo Bills
    • +4000
    • 10103
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • +11000
    • 10104
    • Cleveland Browns
    • +950
    • 10105
    • Denver Broncos
    • +4800
    • 10106
    • Houston Texans
    • +1900
    • 10107
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • +575
    • 10108
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • +2900
    • 10109
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • +300
    • 10110
    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • +650
    • 10111
    • Miami Dolphins
    • +14500
    • 10112
    • New England Patriots
    • +370
    • 10113
    • New York Jets
    • +4000
    • 10114
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +7500
    • 10115
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
    • +950
    • 10116
    • Tennessee Titans
    • +4350
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10121
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +8000
    • 10122
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +1450
    • 10123
    • Carolina Panthers
    • +1700
    • 10124
    • Chicago Bears
    • +765
    • 10125
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • +1100
    • 10126
    • Detroit Lions
    • +4350
    • 10127
    • Green Bay Packers
    • +995
    • 10128
    • Los Angeles Rams
    • +520
    • 10129
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • +1050
    • 10130
    • New Orleans Saints
    • +415
    • 10131
    • New York Giants
    • +6500
    • 10132
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • +550
    • 10133
    • San Francisco 49ers
    • +2250
    • 10134
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • +1285
    • 10135
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • +4650
    • 10136
    • Washington Redskins
    • +7500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10201
    • Buffalo Bills
    • +745
    • 10202
    • Miami Dolphins
    • +7000
    • 10203
    • New England Patriots
    • -380
    • 10204
    • New York Jets
    • +540
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10205
    • Baltimore Ravens
    • +300
    • 10206
    • Cincinnati Bengals
    • +3850
    • 10207
    • Cleveland Browns
    • +155
    • 10208
    • Pittsburgh Steelers
    • +142
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10209
    • Houston Texans
    • +333
    • 10210
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • -117
    • 10211
    • Jacksonville Jaguars
    • +450
    • 10212
    • Tennessee Titans
    • +680
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10213
    • Denver Broncos
    • +1425
    • 10214
    • Kansas City Chiefs
    • -175
    • 10215
    • Los Angeles Chargers
    • +194
    • 10216
    • Oakland Raiders
    • +2500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10241
    • Dallas Cowboys
    • +164
    • 10242
    • New York Giants
    • +1900
    • 10243
    • Philadelphia Eagles
    • -147
    • 10244
    • Washington Redskins
    • +1700
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10245
    • Chicago Bears
    • +165
    • 10246
    • Detroit Lions
    • +1400
    • 10247
    • Green Bay Packers
    • +242
    • 10248
    • Minnesota Vikings
    • +190
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10249
    • Atlanta Falcons
    • +365
    • 10250
    • Carolina Panthers
    • +415
    • 10251
    • New Orleans Saints
    • -160
    • 10252
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    • +1725
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 10253
    • Arizona Cardinals
    • +2850
    • 10254
    • Los Angeles Rams
    • -179
    • 10255
    • San Francisco 49ers
    • +410
    • 10256
    • Seattle Seahawks
    • +380
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 957145
    • AFC East
    • +550
    • 957146
    • AFC North
    • +650
    • 957147
    • AFC South
    • +650
    • 957148
    • AFC West
    • +500
    • 957149
    • NFC East
    • +500
    • 957150
    • NFC North
    • +625
    • 957151
    • NFC South
    • +550
    • 957152
    • NFC West
    • +500
  • Sep 05

    12:00 PM

    • 957155
    • AFC - American Football Conference
    • -120
    • 957156
    • NFC - National Football Conference
    • +100

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