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2022 AFC South NFL Futures Odds and Preview

By Carlos Chacon

One team from the AFC South made drastic moves for improvement this offseason, That team is the Indianapolis Colts, who are now the current front-runners to win the division this upcoming season. A couple of other contenders are still breathing down the Colts’ necks to make this particular division race much closer than it seems on paper.

Nitrobetting is ready to equip its bettors with the latest news, futures odds, and special features for the duration of the 2022 NFL offseason. This time, let’s break down the AFC South divisional race along with each team’s respective NFL odds to win the division title to date.

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Indianapolis Colts

  • Odds to Win 2022 AFC South Division Title: -120

After the heartbreaking loss in the final game of the 2022 NFL regular season that resulted in a missed playoff berth, the Colts were dead serious about upgrading their one weak spot: quarterback. In turn, Indianapolis made one of the biggest moves this offseason by acquiring former league MVP Matt Ryan to run the offense under center.

With stud running back Jonathan Taylor in for another massive campaign and the team’s defense still as imposing as ever, it stands to reason that Indy is the odds-on favorite to win the 2022 AFC South division title.

Tennessee Titans

  • Odds to Win 2022 AFC South Division Title: +150

It’s been a two-team race over in the AFC South for the past few years, with the Titans as the other perennial contender battling with the Colts for division supremacy. Tennessee’s passing game suffered huge blows with the departures of A.J. Brown and Julio Jones, but the best running back in football still resides in Music City.

Derrick Henry is still an unstoppable one-man wrecking crew whom the Titans rely heavily upon to deliver wins. We wouldn’t be surprised if the Titans and the Colts have deciding battles for the division crown during the final week of the regular season with King Henry and the aforementioned Taylor literally carrying their respective teams to the postseason.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Odds to Win 2022 AFC South Division Title: +700

Following the disastrous 2021 season under the leadership of now-disgraced college football legend Urban Meyer, the outlook has been more optimistic for Jacksonville in 2022. Former Super Bowl-winning head coach Doug Pederson is now running the show in Duval, which portends a bounce-back effort from No. 1-overall pick Trevor Lawrence.

The return of fellow sophomore Travis Etienne Jr. is also a positive sign for the Jags, whose odds as sleepers to win the AFC South are quite encouraging considering there’s nowhere else for them to go but up after Meyer’s short-lived and humiliating stint on the NFL sidelines.

Houston Texans

  • Odds to Win 2022 AFC South Division Title: +2800

Unfortunately for Houston, the team simply did not have enough assets nor pose as an attractive destination for players this offseason. In turn, the Texans would need an amazing second-year effort from starting quarterback Davis Mills, who displayed a ton of promise last season but is still far from considered as an elite QB, let alone a top 20 one.

There are way too many holes on the Texans’ roster, which is why they have one of the longest odds to win a division title across the entire league.

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