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

Posted: May 31, 2021Last 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.

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Daniel Preciado

Daniel is a current student at Syracuse University in the sports analytics program where he is minoring in economics and cognitive science. He is an occasional guest speaker for the Society of American Baseball Research and is a yearly participant in numerous high-stakes fantasy leagues across multiple sports. Prior to joining The Game Day, Daniel has written for Prospects Live, Fantrax, FanSided, and countless Dodgers blogs.

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