AFC division winner odds: The North is wide-open
Photo by Darron Cummings/AP. Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens lead the AFC North. Photo by Darron Cummings/AP.

The AFC has plenty of powerhouses, but one is faltering and that's creating plenty of movement in the AFC North.

The latest: The Cincinnati Bengals are 0-2 ahead of Monday Night Football and have a quarterback in Joe Burrow who's clearly not fully healthy. A pair of divisional losses to open the year have Cincinnati falling down the odds leaderboard, making the North a division to monitor in this market.

Check out the latest AFC division winner odds below.

AFC division winner odds

We'll take a look at each team's chances of bringing home a divisional title and provide a snapshot of where they're at with the season underway.

Let's get started with the AFC East, a division Josh Allen and the Bills have won in each of the last three seasons.

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AFC East odds

TeamBetting odds
Miami Dolphins-143
Buffalo Bills+140
New England Patriots+1,800
New York Jets+2,500

NFL odds as of 2:51 p.m. on 09/25/2023.

Miami Dolphins: Things are looking oh-so-good in Miami. The Dolphins just put up 70 points and 726 yards in an NFL game and Tua Tagovailoa is the MVP favourite after three stellar showings. Mike McDaniel's seemingly unstoppable offence gets the Bills next.

Buffalo Bills: The sky was falling in Buffalo after an embarrassing Week 1 loss but the Bills have rebounded with two blowout wins since, outscoring their opponents 75-13 in those games. There's some value here with Buffalo slotting in behind Miami ahead of Sunday's matchup.

New England Patriots: New England has two one-score losses this year, and that's a pretty good summation of where this team is. The Patriots have a defence good enough to compete, but their overall roster is a clear notch below the NFL's elite. They beat the Jets in Week 3 but that's not saying much.

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New York Jets: New York's season looks finished for all intents and purposes. Aaron Rodgers is recovering from a torn Achilles and Zach Wilson has been a disaster of a replacement under centre. The Jets have the Kansas City Chiefs up next and that game could get ugly.

AFC North odds

TeamBetting odds
Baltimore Ravens+180
Cleveland Browns+200
Pittsburgh Steelers+350
Cincinnati Bengals+450

NFL odds as of 2:51 p.m. on 09/25/2023.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens remain divisional favourites after losing 22-19 to the Gardner Minshew-led Indianapolis Colts. They're 2-1 and Lamar Jackson has looked solid through three weeks of play. Injuries keep piling up, though, and that's going to hurt Baltimore in the long run.

Cleveland Browns: Browns fans can exhale after Deshaun Watson turned in his best-ever game for the franchise, completing 27-of-33 passes for two touchdowns and no interceptions. Cleveland routed the Tennessee Titans, 27-3, but its run game only managed 78 yards without Nick Chubb.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Somehow Pittsburgh is leading this division after three weeks of play. The Steelers' offence has looked horrible but its defence is still among the league's elite. That should keep them competitive in most games. They'll play the Houston Texans in Week 4 and can improve to 3-1.

Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow re-aggravated his calf injury and his status for Week 3's game against the Los Angeles Rams is uncertain. Any missed time at this point for Burrow is difficult to deal with, as the Bengals are 0-2 with a pair of divisional losses. Jake Browning is Cincinnati's No. 2 QB.

AFC South odds

TeamBetting odds
Jacksonville Jaguars+130
Tennessee Titans+230
Indianapolis Colts+270
Houston Texans+900

NFL odds as of 2:51 p.m. on 09/25/2023.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Jacksonville is favoured to win the South despite sitting third in the division through three weeks of play. The Jags were embarrassed at home by the Houston Texans in Week 3 and are averaging just 19 points per game. They host the Atlanta Falcons next.

Tennessee Titans: Tennessee seems destined for no-man's land. The offence is averaging a measly 14 points per game despite acquiring DeAndre Hopkins while the defence is good enough to keep them in games. Dating back to last season, the Titans have lost nine of their last 10 games.

Indianapolis Colts: Indianapolis seems like a great value play to win this division. The team is 2-1 and Anthony Richardson has looked solid under centre when healthy. The Colts' defence is formidable and if Jonathan Taylor returns, the offence could click.

Houston Texans: It's early, but C.J. Stroud has been the best rookie QB by far. The Ohio State product is averaging 302 yards per game with four TDs and zero INTs. The Texans are 1-2 and host the Steelers in Week 4.

AFC West odds

TeamBetting odds
Kansas City Chiefs-305
Los Angeles Chargers+400
Las Vegas Raiders+1,100
Denver Broncos+3,000

NFL odds as of 2:51 p.m. on 09/25/2023.

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs have won this division seven years in a row and are odds-on favourites to extend that streak to eight. Kansas City's offence woke up against the Chicago Bears in Week 3, scoring 41 points in a blowout victory.

Los Angeles Chargers: Los Angeles has a dubious reputation that it lives up to on a weekly basis. The Chargers found a way to escape Minnesota with a win in Week 3 despite some questionable late-game play calls by Brandon Staley. The Bolts host the Las Vegas Raiders next.

Las Vegas Raiders: It's hard to imagine any path for Las Vegas winning this division. The team got routed by the Bills in Week 2 and then lost to the Steelers at home after that. Jimmy Garoppolo has thrown six interceptions in three games and the defence is allowing 25.7 PPG.

Denver Broncos: The Sean Payton experience hasn't been very different from what Denver underwent last year — in fact, it might be worse. The Broncos just allowed 70 points to the Dolphins and are now 0-3 with a long season ahead. Luckily, they get the Bears in Week 4.

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