Odds to win the AFC East: Bills hold commanding lead over Dolphins
Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are in the driver's seat of the AFC East. Photo by Joshua Bessex/AP.

The Buffalo Bills were the only AFC East to find the win column in Week 15.

The latest: The Bills downed the Miami Dolphins to put themselves in a favourable spot to lock up this division. The New England Patriots and New York Jets both lost in heartbreaking fashion, mathematically eliminating themselves from the equation.

Here are the latest AFC East odds.

AFC East odds

Check out the latest odds to win the AFC East. Click linked odds to add selection to betslip.

TeamOdds (Dec. 21)Odds (Dec. 14)
Buffalo Bills-10,000-1,115
Miami Dolphins+3,300+900

Odds as of 1:24 p.m. on 12/21/2022.

Best AFC East odds

The favourite: Bills (-10,000)

Buffalo is firmly in the driver's seat of the AFC East after its Week 15 victory.

The Bills beat the Dolphins, 32-29, on Saturday night in a game that essentially sealed the fate of this division. The win vaulted Buffalo to 11-3 and dropped Miami to 8-6, creating one extremely unlikely way for the division to switch hands.

The Bills must lose out while the Dolphins win all three of their remaining games.

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Buffalo's listed as a nine-point favourite against the Chicago Bears in Week 16, creating a very likely clinching opportunity as soon as this Saturday.

Other AFC East choices

Dolphins (+3,300)

Last Saturday's contest was Miami's last real chance to grab hold of the AFC East. A win would've put the Dolphins a game back of the Bills with two wins already banked against their divisional foe.

The loss now forces the Dolphins to win all of their games — and for the Bills to lose three straight — if they want to secure their first divisional title since 2008.

Miami closes out the season with the Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots and New York Jets.

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