US Sportsbooks NFL Week 16 Conference Props Odds

US Sportsbooks NFL Week 16 Conference Props Odds, The 12-team field for this season’s NFL playoffs is starting to take shape with half of the spots already claimed. A few more spots are likely to be filled after this week’s action given that there are just two games left for each team on the schedule.

US Sportsbooks NFL Week 16 Conference Props Odds

FastWager has recently updated its team prop bet odds to win both the AFC and NFC title in the march to Super Bowl 50 in early February. Starting in the AFC, the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots remain the top favorite to win another conference title at +100 betting odds. They are 12-2 heading into Sunday’s AFC East clash against the New York Jets and a victory as three-point road favorites would seal the top seed in the playoffs.

The second-favorite to win the AFC this season is the up and coming Pittsburgh Steelers at +400. This is a risky bet seeing that the 9-5 Steelers are still in a three-way battle with Kansas City and the Jets for the two conference wildcard spots. This Sunday they face Baltimore as 11.5-point road favorites and they close-out the regular season next Sunday on the road against 3-11 Cleveland so they should get in.

The 10-4 Denver Broncos are heading in the wrong direction with just three wins in their last seven games following a 7-0 start, but they are +595 third-favorites to turn things around and make a run to the AFC title. The biggest thing the Broncos do have going for them is defense that is ranked first in the NFL in both yards and points allowed.

The 14-0 Carolina Panthers are flirting with perfection as seven-point road favorites against Atlanta this week followed by a home game against 6-8 Tampa Bay in Week 17. They are also +170 favorites to keep things going all the way to the NFC title. Given what this team has been able to accomplish so far, it would be hard betting against Carolina getting it done.

One team that could derail the Panthers’ incredible run is the 12-2 Arizona Cardinals. They have the league’s second-highest scoring offense and their defense is ranked sixth in points allowed (19.2). FastWager has listed Arizona as a +273 second-favorite to win the NFC.

The defending conference champion Seattle Seahawks have fought back from a slow start to clinch a wildcard spot in the NFC at 9-5 on the strength of a five-game winning streak. Their betting odds to win their third-straight NFC title have been set at +335.

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