2021 NFC South Bets: NFL Props For Division Winner & Exact Finish

Last Updated: Jun 1, 2021

Here are The Game Day’s 2021 NFC South Bets: NFL Futures & Props For Division Winner & Finish. Odds for 2021 NFC South Bets are current as of May 27 and provided by our friends at BetMGM, who offer new players a Risk-Free Bet for up to $600. Sign up to claim this offer and start placing 2021 NFC South futures today.

2021 NFC South Bets: NFL Futures & Props For Every Division

2021 NFC South Division Winner Odds

2021 NFC South Division Winner Bet: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-155)

As the Saints face a world without Drew Brees and the Falcons and Panthers stay practically stagnant (if not losing a big piece, like Atlanta and possible trade chip Julio Jones), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the easy choice to win the NFC South. (-155) aren’t particularly awful odds to lay for this bet, and I see it as a no-brainer. Tom Brady will still have his band of weapons and an excellent defense behind him, leaving them capable of winning back-to-back Super Bowls.

2021 NFC South Division 2nd Place Finisher Bet: New Orleans Saints (+165)

The New Orleans Saints are not a bad team without Drew Brees with all of their pieces from prior seasons still relatively in place. I don’t see the Falcons or Panthers surprising anyone, so if you’re going to place some action in this division, this is my best bet for it. +165 odds is simply too sweet to pass up.

2021 NFC South Division Exact Outcome: Buccaneers-Saints-Falcons-Panthers (+450)

Carolina and Atlanta can go either way, but with my stance that the Bucs and Saints are a clear one and two in the NFC North, this is hardly a leap of faith at +450 odds. The Panthers and Falcons in either order is a +450 odds bet, so depending on your view of the Falcons and Panthers, I recommend betting either one.


Daniel Preciado

Daniel Preciado is a current student at Syracuse University in the sports analytics program where he is minoring in economics. He is a yearly participant in numerous high-stakes fantasy leagues across multiple sports. Prior to joining The Game Day, Daniel Preciado has written for The Action Network, FanSided, and Fantrax.

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