AFC North Betting Lines

Originally established as the NFL Century Division in 1967, the North Division of the American Football Conference became the AFC North when the NFL realigned their divisions prior to the 2002 regular season. Home to a usually tough Pittsburgh squad, Cincinnati, Baltimore, and especially Cleveland, are often underdogs on AFC North betting lines when these rivals clash twice a year. For the most up to date AFC prices, refer to our odds table below.

AFC North Betting Lines Today

Preseason, regular season and NFL playoff battles are updated with the most accurate AFC North betting lines today and everyday with odds that come directly from these top rated sportsbooks.

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FT Philadelphia Eagles 41 - 33 Patriots +170 -200 Odds

AFC North Standings

While they don’t tell the entire story, being aware of how the teams are ranked in the AFC North standings is important betting knowledge. Check the latest rankings anytime on the table below.

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1 New England Patriots New England Patriots 16 13 3 458 296 0.813
2 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 16 13 3 406 308 0.813
3 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 16 13 3 457 295 0.813
4 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 16 13 3 382 252 0.813
5 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 16 11 5 448 326 0.688
6 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 16 11 5 478 329 0.688
7 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 16 11 5 363 327 0.688
8 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 16 10 6 417 268 0.625
9 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 16 10 6 415 339 0.625
10 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 16 10 6 353 315 0.625
11 Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers 16 9 7 355 272 0.563
12 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 16 9 7 334 356 0.563
13 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 16 9 7 395 303 0.563
14 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 16 9 7 366 332 0.563
15 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 16 9 7 410 376 0.563
16 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 16 9 7 354 332 0.563
17 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 16 9 7 302 359 0.563
18 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 16 8 8 295 361 0.500
19 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 16 7 9 320 384 0.438
20 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 16 7 9 342 388 0.438
21 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 16 7 9 290 349 0.438
22 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 16 6 10 301 373 0.375
23 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 16 6 10 331 383 0.375
24 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 16 6 10 281 393 0.375
25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16 5 11 335 382 0.313
26 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 16 5 11 289 382 0.313
27 New York Jets New York Jets 16 5 11 298 382 0.313
28 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 16 5 11 264 320 0.313
29 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 16 4 12 263 404 0.250
30 Houston Texans Houston Texans 16 4 12 338 436 0.250
31 New York Giants New York Giants 16 3 13 246 388 0.188
32 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 16 0 16 234 410 0

With 21 divisional championships and 29 playoff berths, from 1967 through 2015, Pittsburgh is usually the team to beat in the AFC North. Celebrating the Golden Anniversary of this legendary division during the 2016 season, the Steelers eight AFC Championships and six Super Bowl victories are impressive numbers. Cincinnati is home to ten division titles, since they moved to the AFC North from the AFL West in 1970, and the Bengals are arguably the Steelers most-bitter rivalry foe.

Arriving in the then AFC Central Division in 1996, Baltimore advanced to the NFL playoffs ten times during their first 20 seasons up to and including 2015. Undefeated during their two NFL title game appearances, the Ravens capitalized on their postseason berths by capturing Super Bowl XXXV and Super Bowl XLVII in 2000 and 2012. Perennial cellar dwellers, Cleveland finished in last place eleven of thirteen seasons from 2003 to 2015, the Browns are the usually the AFC North bottom feeders.