AFC Winner Betting Odds: All of the latest AFC betting odds for the 2017 NFL season

Get the latest AFC Winner betting odds and find out who the bookmakers are predicting will represent the American Football Conference in the NFL Super Bowl on February 4, 2018.

AFC Winner Betting Odds 2017


The New England Patriots made it back-to-back victories in Week 3 so it is no surprise to see them heading up the AFC Winner betting odds market at this time.

The Patriots got a taste of their own medicine in Week 1 as Kansas City put 21 unanswered points on them in the fourth quarter to leave Gillette Stadium with the victory, but New England responded to that early setback with a convincing win at the New Orleans Saints and followed that up with a victory at home to the Houston Texans on Sunday, thanks to a last-gasp Brandin Cooks touchdown.

That win means the Patriots will head the AFC Winner betting odds market heading into Week 4, with the Pittsburgh Steelers still considered their main rivals despite suffering a shock defeat on Sunday. The Steelers were expected to record a routine victory over the 0-2 Chicago Bears, but instead they left Soldier Field with their first loss of the season thanks to Jordan Howard’s touchdown in overtime.

Hot on their heels in the betting are the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs, who experienced contrasting fortunes at the weekend. The Raiders suffered their first defeat of the season as they were beaten by Washington, while the Chiefs are now one of just two teams with a perfect 3-0 record after they eased past the Los Angeles Chargers.

The Denver Broncos, meanwhile, have drifted out to 10s after they fell to defeat at the Buffalo Bills, while joining them on that price are a Tennessee Titans team that are now 2-1 after they sprang one of the surprises of the weekend, fending off a late fightback from the Seattle Seahawks to run out 33-27 winners.

There is only one other team that are shorter than 20s after Week 3, but the Baltimore Ravens are heading in the wrong direction in the AFC Winner betting odds market after they were hammered by the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.

Latest AFC Winner betting odds

AFC Outright Odds


Perhaps you do not want to bet on the AFC Winner betting odds market but still want to place an outright bet on the 2017? Well, you still can because the NFL betting odds offer a number of different outright markets within the conference.

The American Football Conference is split into four divisions – AFC North, AFC South, AFC East and AFC West – with four teams in each of them. The New England Patriots, New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins form the AFC East, the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns make up the AFC North, the Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans contest the AFC South, and the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers will battle it out in the AFC West.

So if you do not want to dive into the AFC Winner betting odds market you still have plenty of options because you can bet on the winner of any of those divisions, while you can also place an outright bet on which division will produce the AFC Winner.

And of course, if you want to go one further than betting on the AFC Winner, you can also bet on who will become the world champions by winning the Super Bowl. All of these markets are available before the season gets underway, but they also run all season long and that means those of you still waiting to be convinced by a team can see them in action multiple times before finally placing a bet.

Division Winner Odds




AFC Game Odds


Some of you may not be interested in outright betting so the AFC Winner betting odds market is one you will be overlooking, but that does not mean there is a shortage of opportunities to bet on the NFL throughout the 2017 season.

The bookmakers also provide punters with the opportunity to bet on every single game all season long, and the increasing popularity of the game around the globe has not gone unnoticed by the bookies.

You can now bet on a whole host of NFL betting odds markets for every game. Not just restricted to the Match Winner market, you can bet on teams to win via the Points Spread and Winning Margin markets, while those of you looking to bet on the players themselves will have plenty of opportunities to bash the bookies.

Just like the other major American sports, the depth of statistics kept by the NFL is incredible and that means you have an opportunity to find some great bets with the simple click of a button. Is a run-of-the-mill running back looking at a 100-yard+ game against a shocking run defense that could land you a big return? Will a star quarterback air it out against a dismal secondary for a big day? And will a regular touchdown scorer add to his tally in the game?

They are the sorts of player prop betting markets you can bet on, and with the aid of the in-depth statistics you can really pick out some outstanding bets. Therefore there is more to bet on in the American Football Conference than the AFC Winner betting odds market.

AFC Championship Game History

AFC Championship Game Winners

SeasonWinnerScoreLoser
1970Baltimore Colts27-17Oakland Raiders
1971Miami Dolphins21-0Baltimore Colts
1972Miami Dolphins21-17Pittsburgh Steelers
1973Miami Dolphins27-10Oakland Raiders
1974Pittsburgh Steelers24-13Oakland Raiders
1975Pittsburgh Steelers16-10Oakland Raiders
1976Oakland Raiders24-7Pittsburgh Steelers
1977Denver Broncos20-17Oakland Raiders
1978Pittsburgh Steelers34-5Houston Oilers
1979Pittsburgh Steelers27-13Houston Oilers
1980Oakland Raiders34-27San Diego Chargers
1981Cincinnati Bengals27-7San Diego Chargers
1982Miami Dolphins14-0New York Jets
1983Los Angeles Raiders30-14Seattle Seahawks
1984Miami Dolphins45-28Pittsburgh Steelers
1985New England Patriots31-14Miami Dolphins
1986Denver Broncos23-20Cleveland Browns
1987Denver Broncos38-33Cleveland Browns
1988Cincinnati Bengals21-10Buffalo Bills
1989Denver Broncos37-21Cleveland Browns
1990Buffalo Bills51-3Los Angeles Raiders
1991Buffalo Bills10-7Denver Broncos
1992Buffalo Bills29-10Miami Dolphins
1993Buffalo Bills30-13Kansas City Chiefs
1994San Diego Chargers17-13Pittsburgh Steelers
1995Pittsburgh Steelers20-16Indianapolis Colts
1996New England Patriots20-6Jacksonville Jaguars
1997Denver Broncos24-21Pittsburgh Steelers
1998Denver Broncos23-10New York Jets
1999Tennessee Titans33-14Jacksonville Jaguars
2000Baltimore Ravens16-3Oakland Raiders
2001New England Patriots24-17Pittsburgh Steelers
2002Oakland Raiders41-24Tennessee Titans
2003New England Patriots24-14Indianapolis Colts
2004New England Patriots41-27Pittsburgh Steelers
2005Pittsburgh Steelers34-17Denver Broncos
2006Indianapolis Colts38-34New England Patriots
2007New England Patriots21-12San Diego Chargers
2008Pittsburgh Steelers23-14Baltimore Ravens
2009Indianapolis Colts30-17New York Jets
2010Pittsburgh Steelers24-19New York Jets
2011New England Patriots23-20Baltimore Ravens
2012Baltimore Ravens28-13New England Patriots
2013Denver Broncos26-16New England Patriots
2014New England Patriots45-7Indianapolis Colts
2015Denver Broncos20-18New England Patriots
2016New England Patriots36-17Pittsburgh Steelers
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AFC Winner Betting Odds: All of the latest AFC betting odds for the 2017 NFL season

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