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LVH SuperBook odds have Raiders as 30 to 1 underdogs to win AFC West


After the 2014 NFL Draft options for degenerate gamblers when it came to 2014 NFL futures bets were bound to expand as oddsmakers start to release more and more props for the betting public with more of a knowledge on the rosters of all 32 teams following the draft.

One of those options being opened is Divisional winners futures and as expected the Oakland Raiders are getting longshot value in the AFC West. In fact the Raiders are going to be one of the biggest longshots to win their division according to the oddsmakers, who have tabbed Oakland along with Jacksonville as the least likely to take the division spoils in 2o14.

The LVH Las Vegas Hotel and Casino’s SuperBook has the Raiders as 30 to 1 underdogs to win the AFC West, logical considering the fact that the LVH oddsmakers have the Denver Broncos as the shortest favorites to win their division in 2014. Bettors who want to lay chalk with the Donkeys will have to make a wager on a short 2 to 7 favorite in a ultra-competitive AFC West that has three 2013 playoff teams. 

Below are the complete divisional odds from the LVH:

AFC East
Patriots: 4-to-13.
Dolphins: 9-to-2.
Jets: 8-to-1.
Bills: 10-to-1.

AFC North
Bengals: 8-to-5.
Ravens: 9-to-4.
Steelers: 9-to-4.
Browns: 6-to-1.

AFC South
Colts 4-to-5.
Texans: 13-to-5.
Titans: 13-to-5.
Jaguars: 30-to-1.

AFC West
Broncos: 2-to-7.
Chargers: 5-to-1.
Chiefs: 5-to-1.
Raiders: 30-to-1.

NFC East
Eagles: 8-to-5.
Cowboys: 9-to-4.
Giants: 9-to-4.
Redskins: 9-to-2.

NFC North
Packers: 5-to-8.
Lions: 3-to-1.
Bears: 7-to-2.
Vikings: 18-to-1.

NFC South
Saints: 5-to-4.
Panthers: 5-to-2.
Falcons: 3-to-1.
Buccaneers: 5-to-1.

NFC West
Seahawks: 10-to-11.
49ers: 6-to-5.
Cardinals: 10-to-1.
Rams: 12-to-1.

Who are you taking to win the divisions in 2014? Let us know in the comments section which teams you feel have the best value.

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  • Shane Schilperoort

    Time to go to Vegas for some good clean betting, LOL

  • KloverJane

    “So what you’re saying is, is that I have a chance?” Lloyd Christmas, Dumb and Dumber.

  • trinity

    Most of the division winners sounds about right. Except I would say Baltimore over the Bengals, San Francisco over Seattle (with the upset), and giants over eagles as the sleeper pick. As for the raiders, they had a great draft. The best in a very long while, and I think kahlil Mack will be impactful right away. However in that division, there isn’t much they can do. The chiefs and chargers still have a leg up on them, and the Broncos are head and shoulders above everyone in the that division. The future is looking less bleak for the raiders, but just not this year.

  • Raider Grant

    I would throw $100 down just for S&G’s, especially after what happened to Texas last year! No one knows until the whistle blows! Long Live RAIDER NATION

  • Chris Schroeder

    I’ll take those odds any day. We’ve already seen that Peyton Manning gets dismantled by good defenses. They too have to play the Seahawks and 49ers next year we’re not the only ones. Plus the Raiders defense is looking pretty damn good these days too. I think it’s going to be pretty close in the AFC West next year amongst all the teams, and yes that includes my beloved Raiders.

  • Bob

    Winning cures everything.

  • Pridenpoise

    Nobody thinks the Raiders are going to be world beaters this year, but give me a break, we beat the Chargers last year, with a ragtag group of guys and played the Chiefs tough up until the fourth quarter when the wheels fell off, the Raiders have gotten better this offseason, the same can’t be said about the Chiefs or the Doltz.