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2020 NFL Odds to Make Playoffs

For the first time since 1990, the NFL playoffs are expanding. The NFL voted to expand the number of playoff spots from 12 teams to 14 teams this offseason, and that will make earning the No. 1 seed in each conference even more important. The top team in each conference during the regular season will get a bye into the divisional round, while the other 12 teams must compete against one another in the wild card round. That really hurts the No. 2 seeds, as they will not have to win three games to make the Super Bowl.

2020 NFL Odds to Make Playoffs

TEAM MAKE MISS 2019 PLAYOFFS
Arizona Cardinals +210 -250 -
Atlanta Falcons +210 -250 -
Baltimore Ravens -800 +600 Lost Divisional Round
Buffalo Bills -185 +160 Lost Wild Card
Carolina Panthers +450 -600 -
Chicago Bears +145 -165 -
Cincinnati Bengals +575 -750 -
Cleveland Browns +125 -145 -
Dallas Cowboys -250 +210 -
Denver Broncos +170 -200 -
Detroit Lions +320 -400 -
Green Bay Packers -140 +120 Lost Conference Championship
Houston Texans +160 -180 Lost Divisional Round
Indianapolis Colts -190 +165 -
Jacksonville Jaguars +700 -1000 -
Kansas City Chiefs -1000 +700 Won Super Bowl
Las Vegas Raiders +235 -275 -
Los Angeles Chargers +165 -190 -
Los Angeles Rams +150 -170 -
Miami Dolphins +400 -500 -
Minnesota Vikings -135 +115 Lost Divisional Round
New England Patriots -165 +145 Lost Wild Card Round
New Orleans Saints -320 +260 Lost Divisional Round
New York Giants +360 -450 -
New York Jets +310 -380 -
Philadelphia Eagles -200 +170 Lost Wild Card Round
Pittsburgh Steelers -140 +120 -
San Francisco 49ers -280 +240 Lost Super Bowl
Seattle Seahawks -125 +105 Lost Divisional Round
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -210 +175 -
Tennessee Titans -130 +110 Lost Conference Championship
Washington Redskins +625 -825 -

NFL Playoffs Betting Odds (Make / Miss)

Arizona Cardinals +210 / -250

The Cardinals might have improved more than any other team this offseason. Arizona gave last season’s Rookie of the Year Kyler Murray a real weapon in Deandre Hopkins, and Isaiah Simmons is one of the most intriguing prospects we’ve seen in years. This team plays in arguably the toughest division in football, but the Cards have a chance to return to the playoffs and are on the come up.

Atlanta Falcons +210 / -250

Baltimore Ravens -800 / +600

Buffalo Bills -185 / +160

There’s a lot of hype surrounding the Buffalo Bills after the franchise made its second trip to the playoffs in three years last season. Buffalo has one of the league’s best defenses and three stars in Ed Oliver, Tremaine Edmunds, and Tre’Davious White, and Sean McDermott is one of the best coaches in the NFL. Everything will depend on Josh Allen though, as the young quarterback is still not that accurate of a passer.

Carolina Panthers +450 / -600

Chicago Bears +145 / -165

Cincinnati Bengals +575 / -750

Cleveland Browns +125 / -145

Dallas Cowboys -250 / +210

Denver Broncos +170 / -200

Aside from Kansas City the AFC West is wide open, and Denver is poised to take advantage. The Broncos made some excellent moves in free agency and the draft, and they figure to be one of the most improved teams. Drew Lock now has three weapons in Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, and K.J. Hamler, while A.J. Bouye and Jurrell Casey stand to make this defense much better.

Detroit Lions +320 / -400

Green Bay Packers -140 / +120

Houston Texans +160 / -180

Indianapolis Colts -190 / +165

Jacksonville Jaguars +700 / -1000

No team has longer odds to make the playoffs than Jacksonville. The Jaguars have parted ways with most of their defensive stalwarts over the last year, and Yannick Ngakoue is threatening to sit out the season too. Gardner Minshew II is fun to watch, but his ceiling is probably being the next Ryan Fitzpatrick, and his receivers aren’t great.

Kansas City Chiefs -1000 / +700

Las Vegas Raiders +235 / -275

Los Angeles Chargers +165 / -190

Los Angeles Rams +150 / -170

The Rams failed to make the playoffs in 2019, but they would have been the No. 7 seed in the new postseason format. Todd Gurley, Brandin Cooks, and a few defensive starters left in the offseason, yet this team still has plenty of talent and the best defensive player in the game in Aaron Donald. Sean McVay was hailed as an offensive genius during his first two seasons in the league, and this year will determine whether that reputation was warranted.

Miami Dolphins +400 / -500

Minnesota Vikings -135 / +115

New England Patriots -165 / +145

New Orleans Saints -320 / +260

New York Giants +360 / -450

New York Jets +310 / -380

Philadelphia Eagles -200 / +170

Pittsburgh Steelers -140 / +120

The Steel Curtain is back in the Steel City. Pittsburgh’s defense was superb last season, and if this team received any help from its offense, the Steelers would have made the playoffs. Ben Roethlisberger is back to give that side of the ball a steady hand, and his return should help JuJu Smith-Schuster after a down year from the young receiver.

San Francisco 49ers -280 / +240

Seattle Seahawks -125 / +105

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -210 / +175

Tennessee Titans -130 / +110

Not even the most optimistic Tennessee fan would have predicted that this team would make the AFC Championship Game last season. The Titans are only slight favorites to return to the playoffs despite playing in the weakest division in the AFC though.

Washington Redskins +625 / -825

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