The NFC has numerous teams that could represent the conference in the Super Bowl. In taking a look at the favorites to win the NFC, it’s hard to decipher which one has the best chance at getting to the Super Bowl. The NFC is loaded this season, and the favorites all have one thing in common, they all have a Pro Bowl quarterback leading the way. Let’s take a look at the favorites to win the NFC and move on to the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. That being said, let jump right into action so you can continue making your bets against the NFC Division odds.
Betting Projections for NFC Conference Winners
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +240
The defending Super Bowl champions are once again the favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Everyone knows Tom Brady’s pedigree and knows that he is a winner. Brady has a plethora of offensive weapons, an offensive line that doesn’t give up many sacks, and an offensive-minded head coach. The defense isn’t playing at the level that it did last season, but if they can hold up their end, there could be another celebration in Tampa.
Green Bay Packers +325
The Green Bay Packers are sitting on top of the NFC North standings. Even though he doesn’t have as many weapons as Brady does in Tampa Bay, Aaron Rodgers still finds ways to win football games. In the past, the Packers haven’t had a defense to back Rodgers up. That isn’t the case this season, as the Green Bay defense is playing at a high level. They’ve given up the fourth-fewest points in the league this season. With an offense that is playing well, combined with a top defense, this could be a recipe for another Super Bowl title for the Green Bay Packers.
Arizona Cardinals +400
The Cardinals are the surprise team of the league this season. Kliff Kingsbury has put together a squad that is finally good on both sides of the ball. Many thought that the Cardinals would be able to score a ton of points, but they’d also give up a lot as well. That hasn’t been the case, as the Arizona defense has allowed the third-fewest points in the league this season. If Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins can stay healthy, the Cardinals should make a long playoff run.
Los Angeles Rams +550
When the Rams brought in Matthew Stafford, many football experts said that it was “Super Bowl or Bust” for the Rams this season. Sean McVay finally has the quarterback that he has wanted since taking over the Rams. Injuries have been an issue this season for the Rams, but if they can overcome the injury issues, they’ll have a great shot at winning the NFC.
Dallas Cowboys +600
The Cowboys seem to be following the theme of the NFC. A very good offense, but a questionable defense. Well, in the case of the Cowboys, the defense has stepped it up, while the offense hasn’t been as good as expected. If Dallas can get everything going at the same time, “America’s Team” could find themselves back in the big game in February.