NFC South Betting Lines

First posted at online sportsbooks in 2002, when the National Football League expended to 32 teams, NFC South betting lines have featured the same four squads since Day One. The National Football Conference South Division is well represented by New Orleans, Carolina, Tampa Bay and Atlanta. Like their AFC South cousins, the Saints, Panthers, Buccaneers and Falcons are the only teams that have competed for the NFC South regular season Championship.

NFC South Betting Lines Today

Being as they play each other a lot, at least twice a year since 2002, NFC South betting lines today continue to heat up. NFC South Division rivalry duels are always featured front and center here.

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Monday 22 October
FT New York Giants 20 - 23 Atlanta Falcons +195 -204
Thursday 25 October
Miami Dolphins 20:20 Houston Texans +290 -345
Sunday 28 October
Philadelphia Eagles 09:30 Jaguars -164 +148
New York Jets 13:00 Chicago Bears +290 -345
Buccaneers 13:00 Cincinnati Bengals +175 -204
Seattle Seahawks 13:00 Detroit Lions +142 -161
Baltimore Ravens 13:00 Carolina Panthers -128 +110
Cleveland Browns 13:00 Pittsburgh Steelers +320 -370
Washington Redskins 13:00 New York Giants -110 -105
Denver Broncos 13:00 Kansas City Chiefs +380 -455
Indianapolis Colts 16:05 Oakland Raiders -154 +143
San Francisco 49ers 16:25 Arizona Cardinals -115 -102
Green Bay Packers 16:25 Los Angeles Rams +365 -417
New Orleans Saints 20:20 Minnesota Vikings -102 -110

NFC South Standings

Since they’ve historically tossed the regular season championship title around like a hot potato, the NFC South standings can change from game to game. Stay informed with our rankings table below.

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1 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 7 7 0 235 128 1.000
2 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 7 6 1 260 182 0.857
3 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 6 5 1 204 163 0.833
4 Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers 7 5 2 195 163 0.714
5 New England Patriots New England Patriots 7 5 2 214 179 0.714
6 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 6 4 2 142 131 0.667
7 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 6 4 2 126 121 0.667
8 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 7 4 3 176 101 0.571
9 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 7 4 3 184 203 0.571
10 Houston Texans Houston Texans 7 4 3 155 144 0.571
11 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 7 4 3 151 177 0.571
12 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 7 4 2 177 165 0.571
13 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 6 3 3 170 134 0.500
14 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 6 3 3 157 158 0.500
15 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 6 3 2 148 144 0.500
16 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 6 3 2 171 154 0.500
17 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 6 3 3 143 117 0.500
18 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6 3 3 167 196 0.500
19 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 7 3 4 190 212 0.429
20 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 7 3 4 140 123 0.429
21 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 7 3 4 165 164 0.429
22 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 7 3 4 116 146 0.429
23 New York Jets New York Jets 7 3 4 182 176 0.429
24 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 7 3 4 154 138 0.429
25 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 7 3 4 106 127 0.429
26 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 7 2 5 81 175 0.286
27 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 7 2 4 151 177 0.286
28 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 7 2 5 189 185 0.286
29 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 6 1 5 110 176 0.167
30 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 7 1 6 92 184 0.143
31 New York Giants New York Giants 7 1 6 137 185 0.143
32 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 7 1 6 158 218 0.143

Until the Carolina Panthers pulled off a double dip, by winning the division back-to-back during the 2012 and 2013 NFL seasons, no team had ever won two straight NFC South regular season titles. The Panthers completed the 3-Peat in 2015 but the first 14 South Championships were split fairly even between the Panthers who have five and the Falcons, Saints and Buccaneers who each own three titles. That sharing of the wealth is the most even of all NFL divisions from 2002 to 2015.

After they closed out their 25-year NFC Central stay in 2001, Tampa Bay christened the NFC South in grand style. During the inaugural season of the division, the Buccaneers won Super Bowl XXXVII as they ripped the Oakland Raiders 48-21 in 2002. The only other NFL Champion out of the NFC South, through the 2015 campaign, was New Orleans who posted a thrilling 31-17 victory over the Indianapolis Colts to claim Super Bowl XLIV. Prior to the start of the 2016 season, the Panthers are 0-1 during NFL title tries and the Falcons haven’t participated in the Super Bowl Sunday festivities.