Vegas Odds To Win NFC Championship

Want to bet on a particular team in the NFC to win the conference and go to the Super Bowl? Well, this page is just for that as it lists the odds to win the NFC Championship (when available) for users to study. This can also be taken a step further by actually putting money on them but the decision is pretty simple... who do you think will win the NFC?

During the offseason, NFL fans will be able to find NFC Championship betting lines, which are unlikely to change unless there is a big acquisition in the offseason or a trade to take note of. As the preseason and regular season gets underway, NFC Championship betting lines will be constantly formed at the conclusion of each week. Here, is where the odds could change quite a bit, depending on the performances of each team. Oddsmakers will assess teams at the end of each week during the regular season and release those odds on the Tuesday of each week of which can be found right here on this site, NFLBettingOdds.org. This will be your best page for updated NFC Championship betting odds all year long!

Who's Favored To Win The 2015 NFC Championship?

The NFC title looks like it will go through Seattle for the 2014-15 season. The Seahawks are the defending Super Bowl champions and enjoy arguably the best home-field advantage in the NFL. Seattle is tops on the list of NFC favorites at Bovada Sportsbook, installed at 3/1 to repeat their title.

There are 15 other teams in the NFC that will have a lot to say about who wins the NFC. Most notably, the San Francisco 49ers who are also in the NFC West with the Seahawks are projected to play a role. The 49ers lost in the NFC Championship last year. But San Francisco has made it to three-straight NFC title games. This is a team that is a large factor in the postseason. At 4/1, the 49ers are just behind the Seahawks on the betting line.

Outside of the top-two teams from the NFC West, the odds spread around the rest of the conference. The North, South, and East are represented over the next contenders. Among them include the Green Bay Packers (15/2), Carolina Panthers (12/1), New Orleans Saints (14/1), and Philadelphia Eagles (16/1).