Of the eight divisions in the NFL, there are not many where all of the teams have taken their turns dominating the group, and where each outfit has been to a recent Super Bowl, but those are the facts of life in the case of the NFC South. Since 2003, every team in the NFC South has played in a Super Bowl game, and two of those teams have come away winners. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers crushed the Oakland Raiders 48-21 in Super Bowl XXXVII, while the New Orleans Saints were 31-17 victors overe the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV.
In more recent history, the Carolina Panthers played in Super Bowl 50, while the Atlanta Falcons represented the NFC in Super Bowl LI.
Best NFC South Sportsbook Odds
Enjoy a look at the best NFC South sportsbook odds around. We take the research labor out of the equation, delivering you the best locations and odds on which to bet.
Always be sure to check out this page more than once throughout any given week. Even though these are the best odds, they can still change. That's what happens in the NFL, when game lines are published a few days in advance: They are uniquely susceptible to injuries, breaking news and heavy action in one area or on one team.
Take a hypothetical matchup between the Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Panthers, in this scenario, open up as 13 point favorites on Tuesday or Wednesday. By Friday, though, so many people have bet on the Bucs covering that spread, sportsbooks have no choice but to move the line a bit, perhaps making the Panthers eight or 10 point favorites instead.
Routinely coming back to this page, even after you place an early bet, will help you keep track of any surprises, unsavory or otherwise.
What Are The NFC South Standings Today
These are your current NFC South Standings. They are most valuable for taking stock of potential futures. By seeing which teams are better than the rest in their division, you'll know who to bet on when it comes to divisional futures.
That much is obvious. But this is also a great tool for big picture future bets.
Jot down the records of the Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After that, see how their win totals compare to other teams through the NFC and the rest of the NFL.
If any of their records rank near the top of either category, you'll know to treat them as NFC championship or Super Bowl contenders. If any of their performances do not stack up to known commodities in those departments, you'll have enough information to steer clear of them at the sportsbooks.
How To Make Money Betting On NFC South
In order to wager successfully on teams housed in the NFC South, it's important to know all you can about those teams. For instance, the Atlanta Falcons operate an explosive, high-tempo offense that can run up points in a hurry, so the Falcons are always a solid over bet on the total.
The New Orleans Saints are another team that can put up points, but they are also a team for which stopping the other team from scoring is a real challenge, so again, playing the over on the total wager on a regular basis should prove rewarding.
The Carolina Panthers were also once a team capable of lighting up the scoreboard but injuries have slowed the elusiveness of quarterback Cam Newton and that has impacted the team's ability to score points. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the team least likely to be scoring lots of points, but the Bucs also suit up the best defense in the division, so your should anticipate low-scoring affairs when the Bucs are involved.