The NFC or the National Football Conference is one of the NFL’s two conferences, the other being the AFC. Like its counterpart, it is composed of 16 teams divided into four divisions.

The current NFC Champions are the Los Angeles Rams who defeated the New Orleans Saints during the 2018 NFC Championship Game. The Rams and Saints are once again the favorites to win the NFC Conference this season.

Here are the odds to win the NFL’s NFC Conference for the 2019/20 season. These odds were taken from TitanBet as of 9/12/19:

Team Odds
New Orleans Saints +320
LA Rams +500
Philadelphia Eagles +600
Dallas Cowboys +800
Green Bay Packers +900
Chicago Bears +1000
Minnesota Vikings +1000
Seattle Seahawks +1200
San Francisco 49ers +1400
Atlanta Falcons +2200

Football Who are The Favorites?

The New Orleans Saints almost have the same look as they had last season. Mark Ingram and Max Unger are gone but New Orleans added Latavius Murray to fill in Ingram’s shoes. They also brought in Nick Easton and 2nd-round pick Erik McCoy to replace Unger. Quarterback Drew Brees gets an extra weapon with Jared Cook at Tight End although the depth behind Michael Thomas is a big question mark. The Saints were the #1 seed in the NFC before their heartbreaking loss to the Rams in the 2018 NFC title. This time around, they hope to go all the way by keeping the pieces that made them successful last season.

The Rams are the NFL betting favorites to win the NFC West title this coming season. Los Angeles won this division in the last two years and made a trip to the Super Bowl last season. In 2018, the Rams finished three games ahead of their closest rivals- the Seattle Seahawks who were at 10-6. On the other hand, the 49ers and Cardinals had losing seasons at 4-12 and 3-13, respectively. With Jared Goff, a year older, the Rams hope a healthy Todd Gurley is going to give them another trip to the big dance this season.

The Philadelphia Eagles have been tipped as the favorites to win the NFC East division. One issue that the Eagles had last season was the quarterback dilemma between former Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles and original starter QB Carson Wentz. It can be recalled the Foles took over Wentz’s 11-2 start in 2017 after the latter got injured and Foles led the Eagles to an incredible Super Bowl run. But with Foles departing in free agency, Wentz now has full control over the team. Wentz’s QB rating has been more than 100 in the last two seasons and the offense may have more potential with him than Foles.

The Dallas Cowboys were the NFC East division champions last season. Their offensive nucleus of Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and Amari Cooper will be joined by Jason Witten who comes out of a short retirement and free-agent wideout Randall Cobb. Witten’s leadership, ability to block and keep the chain moving will make him a key player in taking the Dallas offense deep in the playoffs. The Cowboys have not won the Super Bowl since 1996 when they won three Lombardi trophies during four years

After an injury-plagued 2017, the Green Bay Packers got quarterback Aaron Rodgers to play under the center during the entire 2018 season. But the Packers won just six games last season, their fewest in 10 years. As a result, head coach Mike McCarthy was fired and Matt LeFleur has taken over the bench role for the Packers. With veteran tight end Jimmy Graham, tailback Aaron Jones and a group of talented young receivers, Rodgers’ current offense has enough talent for him to work with and win the NFC.

Football Who Wins?

If it ain’t broke then don’t fix it or so the saying goes. The New Orleans Saints had their second straight winning season in 2018 and they had a ten-game winning streak last season, the second-longest in franchise history. New Orleans also clinched their second straight NFC South Division title and finished with a 13-3 record, the best in team history. And yes, they had home-field advantage throughout the entire playoffs. However, the Saints lost to the LA Rams in the NFC title game, 26-23 in overtime and controversial fashion. That said, 2018 was an impressive season for Drew Brees and company. With the Saints returning almost the same team, it’s safe to assume this team is going to be the team to beat in the NFC this season. Prediction: New Orleans Saints

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