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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/05/12/oddsmaker-broncos-patriots-packers-among-heaviest-divisional-favorites/

The Denver Broncos have won their division in each of the last three year and if it seems like they are heavy favorites to win the AFC West for a fourth-straight year, one well-know Las Vegas sports book agrees with this sentiment.

The LVH Las Vegas Hotel and Casin SuperBook has installed Denver as a to 2-7 favorite to win the AFC West in 2014. No other club is a shorter-pric favorite to win its division. To put it money terms, a successful $10 bet on the Broncos would return a profit o little less than $3.

In addition to the Broncos, four other clubs are less than even-money, or 1 odds, to capture their divisions at LVH. In the AFC, the Patriots are 4-13 favorites in the East, while Colts are 4-to-5 to win the South. In the NFC, th Packers are 5-to-8 to win the North the fourth straight year, and the Seahawks are 10-to-11 favorites in t West.

On the other end of the spectrum, six clubs are 10-to-1 or greater to win their divisions. The Bills are 10-to-1 in the AFC East, while the Cardinals and Rams are 10-to-1 and 12-to-1, respectively, in NFC West.

The Vikings, 18-to-1 in the NFC Nort are the longest shots to win any of the conference’s four divisions.

However, the AFC is home to the two biggest divisional long shots, with the Raiders (AFC West) and Jaguars (AF South) both 30-to-1.

Here’s the complete list of divisional odds from the LVH:

AFC East Patriots: 4-to-13. Dolphins: 9-to-2. Jets: 8-to-1. Bills: 10-to-1.

AFC North Bengals: 8-to-5. Ravens: 9-to-4. Steelers: 9-to-4. Browns: 6-to-1.

AFC South Colts 4-to-5. Texans: 13-to-5. Titans: 13-to-5. Jaguars: 30-to-1.

AFC West Broncos: 2-to-7. Chargers: 5-to-1. Chiefs: 5-to-1. Raiders: 30-to-1.

NFC East Eagles: 8-to-5. Cowboys: 9-to-4. Giants: 9-to-4. Redskins: 9-to-2.

NFC North Packers: 5-to-8. Lions: 3-to-1. Bears: 7-to-2. Vikings: 18-to-1.

NFC South Saints: 5-to-4. Panthers: 5-to-2. Falcons: 3-to-1. Buccaneers: 5-to-1.

NFC West Seahawks: 10-to-11. 49ers: 6-to-5. Cardinals: 10-to-1. Rams: 12-to-1.

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Would you care to elaborate, since many here disagree with the first part of that statement?

"Hageman has first-round talent. He flashes brilliance, but a lack of consistency pushed him to the second day of the draft. The Atlanta Falcons got an outstanding offensive tackle (Jake Matthews) yesterday, on defense you got a first-round talent in the second round. The Falcons got bigger and stronger on both sides of the line of scrimmage." -- Mike Mayock

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"Hageman has first-round talent. He flashes brilliance, but a lack of consistency pushed him to the second day of the draft. The Atlanta Falcons got an outstanding offensive tackle (Jake Matthews) yesterday, on defense you got a first-round talent in the second round. The Falcons got bigger and stronger on both sides of the line of scrimmage." -- Mike Mayock

Named the team MVP in '13 after leading the team with 13 tackles for loss with 38-13-2 with eight batted passes, his first career interception and a pair of blocked kicks

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"Hageman has first-round talent. He flashes brilliance, but a lack of consistency pushed him to the second day of the draft. The Atlanta Falcons got an outstanding offensive tackle (Jake Matthews) yesterday, on defense you got a first-round talent in the second round. The Falcons got bigger and stronger on both sides of the line of scrimmage." -- Mike Mayock

i heard he makes the most accurate analysis .
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Odds smods...All WFW can say is lookout for the Falcons boys because they are coming with a vengeance Jack...WFW is just sayin'cool.png

Will you be putting down 5 big ones on the Falcons this year?
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You didn't see the period you little *****.

No, your sentence didn't make sense. I figured you'd have enough of a fourth grade education you'd realize "then" has to be followed with some sort of action word or story. Not "on the weekend". You disappoint your God.
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