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2014 NFL betting odds to win NFC and AFC Conferences

December 31, 2013 2:30 AM by GT Staff

NFL betting odds to win NFC and AFC Conferences future odds for betting and wagering are provided by LVH SuperBook.  Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NFL future odds are updated weekly.

NFL CONFERENCE ODDS
NFC CONFERENCE
San Francisco 49ers 7-2
Green Bay Packers 8-1
Seattle Seahawks 4-5
New Orleans Saints 12-1
Carolina Panthers 5-1
Philadelphia Eagles 12-1
AFC CONFERENCE
New England Patriots 3-1
Denver Broncos 5-8
Cincinnati Bengals 6-1
San Diego Chargers 17-1
Indianapolis Colts 11-1
Kansas City Chiefs 13-1
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