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Updated: June 2017

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Bovada odds Updated: June 2017


Atlanta Falcons
Odds to win the NFC west division: +525 - (as of August 2nd)
The Falcons were much improved last season under new head coach Dan Quinn. Atlanta started the season 5-0 but wound up 8-8. Repeating that performance will be difficult as the schedule is brutal. The Falcons face Carolina, Denver, and Seattle all before Week 6. QB Matt Ryan and WR Julio Jones are one of the top passing combos in the league. Jones had 1,871 yards receiving in 2015, the second-best mark in league history. The defense still needs some work. Atlanta had just 19 sacks for the season. DE Vic Beasley, drafted No. 1 last year, played the season with a torn labrum and led the pass rush with four sacks. Atlanta may draft another pass rusher in the first round this year.

Carolina Panthers
Odds to win the NFC west division: -200 - (as of August 2nd)
The Panthers proved that the recipe works. Strong run defense (4th in the NFL), a powerful running game (2nd), and an MVP quarterback can get you to the Super Bowl. Cam Newton returns after his best NFL season. RB Jonathan Stewart ran for 989 yards and FB Mike Tolbert went to the Pro Bowl. Linebacker Luke Kuechly is likely the league’s best middle linebacker and at 24 years of age is still improving. Now, the Panthers must figure out how to get back to the Super Bowl and win it. WR Kelvin Benjamin is back after missing the season with an injury and TE Greg Olsen is among the NFL’s best at the position. The sky is the limit for the Panthers.

New Orleans Saints
Odds to win the NFC west division: +600 - (as of August 2nd)
Drew Brees is 37 years old but is still an elite NFL quarterback. He threw for 4,870 yards and 32 touchdowns last season, but the running game and defense is going to have to catch up if the Saints are to get to the postseason. New Orleans averaged just 93 rushing yards per game (24th in the NFL) last season mostly due to injuries to running backs Mark Ingram, C.J. Spiller, and Khiry Robinson. The defense needs help. DE Cameron Jordan has had double-digit sacks in two of the past three seasons, but the unit lacks talent and consistency. They ranked 31st in rush, pass, and total defense in 2015. The Saints will likely select all defense in the first three or four rounds of this year’s draft.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Odds to win the NFC west division: +650 - (as of August 2nd)
The Bucs were much better than they have been and QB Jameis Winston is a big part of that success. WR Mike Evans (74-1,206) is a rising star and RB Doug Martin finished second in the NFL with 1,402 yards rushing. Martin was the first Bucs RB ever to be named a first-team All-Pro. He was wisely re-signed in the offseason. Now, Tampa Bay needs to take the next step. They replaced head coach Lovie Smith with Dirk Koetter and must figure out a way to deal with a tougher schedule. The Bucs open the season on the road at Atlanta and Arizona. Then, they face Denver and Carolina all in the first five weeks of the season. It could be disastrous or the Bucs could take another step forward.

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