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Odds to win the AFC East: +1015
Odds to win the Super Bowl: +10767
2018 record: 6-10
Over/Under wins: 6.5 over -158/+132
Everyone knows that the NFL is a quarterback driven league so if you’re looking to grab some Buffalo Bills futures, you must have faith in a significant improvement in year two for Josh Allen. Josh Allen may be the worst starting quarterback going into this season, he’s at least in the bottom three, and while he can run/scramble, you don’t want to be backing a team who will struggle moving the ball every week in today’s NFL. The play to make here would be Bills win total under at plus money.
Odds to win the AFC East: +5014
Odds to win the Super Bowl: +17262
2018 record: 7-9
Over/Under wins: 4.5 over -138/+116
The Ryan Tannehill era has ended, and the Dolphins move on to a mix between Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh Rosen with Fitzpatrick looking as the front runner. It isn’t going to matter who is under center; this team might be the worst team in the NFL. In a division with the Patriots, not a whole ton of value to be found here as the Dolphins look forward to the 2020 NFL Draft.
New England Patriots
Odds to win the AFC East: -589
Odds to win the Super Bowl: +653
2018 record: 11-5
Over/Under wins: 11 over -129/+108
Another year and another AFC East title for the New England Patriots, it seems. The Patriots are by far the best team in this division and are priced accordingly. They’re an elite team while the rest of the division are all bottom 10 teams. If Tom Brady stays healthy, they should walk to another division title and yet again set their sights on another Super Bowl ring. And honestly, even if Tom Brady were to get injured, they still might be favorites to win the division.
New York Jets
Odds to win the AFC East: +602
Odds to win the Super Bowl: +5887
2018 record: 4-12
Over/Under wins: 7 over -143/+120
The Jets added Le’Veon Bell this offseason which should help their offense slightly, but it will come down to Sam Darnold’s play at quarterback. Just like division rival Josh Allen, Sam Darnold struggled a ton last season. If the Jets want to make any noise in this division, Darnold must improve significantly in year two. If he does, the Jets have a good enough defense to maybe, just maybe, give the Patriots some fits at the top of the AFC East.