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Oct 03, 2023 EST

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Here are more odds to make the NFL Playoffs.

Arizona Cardinals +1800: Even with a shocking Week 3 victory over the Cowboys, the Cardinals still have the longest odds to earn a playoff spot.

Atlanta Falcons -106: The Falcons suffered their first loss of the season to the Lions but remain tied with the Saints and Buccaneers for the NFC South lead.

Baltimore Ravens -380: Even though Lamar Jackson and the Ravens fell in overtime to the Colts, Baltimore remains a team to watch in the AFC North and Wild Card races.

Buffalo Bills -550: The 2-1 Bills are coming a convincing 37-3 victory over the Commanders and have +150 odds at BetMGM to win the AFC East.

Carolina Panthers +1800: With Bryce Young sidelined due to injury, the story with the 0-3 Panthers remains the same – how quickly the former Alabama QB adjusts to being an NFL starting quarterback.

Chicago Bears +2500: The 0-3 Bears are trying to figure out if Justin Fields is the answer at quarterback as Chicago enters NFL Week 4 on the wrong side of a -59 point differential.

Cincinnati Bengals +220: Joe Burrow is still nursing a calf injury, but the 1-2 Bengals are still have short make the playoffs odds while playing in what’s looking like an extremely competitive AFC North race.

Cleveland Browns -150: Under new DC Jim Schwartz, the Browns defense has held its three oponents to a grand total of 32 points though NFL Week 3. The unknown for the 2-1 Browns is how they adjust to being without All-Pro RB Nick Chubb who suffered a season-ending knee injury during NFL Week 2.

Dallas Cowboys -475: The Cowboys still have among the shortest to make the playoffs odds even after suffering a shocking 28-16 loss to the Cardinals.

Denver Broncos +800: Even with Sean Payton running the show, things are not improving as the Broncos are now 0-3 following Sunday’s 70-20 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

Detroit Lions -375: The 2-1 Lions remain the favorite to win the NFC North with -105 odds at DraftKings.

Green Bay Packers +120: QB, Jordan Love has Green Bay off to a 2-1 start with a TNF home game versus NFC North favorite Detroit up next.

Houston Texans +225: There is no question the Texans added great rookie talent in Will Anderson and C.J. Stroud, but there is still a long road to becoming playoff contenders. However, Houston’s odds to miss the playoffs went from -1500 to -750 at FanDuel Sportsbook following a Week 3 upset over the Jags.

Indianapolis Colts +275: Former Eagles OC Shane Steichen is leading the Indy rebuild with rookie QB Anthony Richardson. The Colts head into NFL Week 4 leading the AFC South with a 2-1 record.

Jacksonville Jaguars +100: The 1-2 Jaguars are still the AFC South favorites as they head to London for a Week 4 “home game” versus the Falcons.

Kansas City Chiefs -910: The 2-1 Chiefs have made the playoffs in eight straight seasons and are extremely unlikely to miss out on the postseason as long as Patrick Mahomes remains healthy.

Las Vegas Raiders +680: With the second-hardest schedule in the NFL this year, the 1-2 Raiders are only projected for 6.5 wins. Oddsmakers don’t have much faith in Jimmy Garropolo as their new QB.

Los Angeles Chargers +100: Justin Herbert and the Chargers are once again expected to be Wild Card contenders as the Chiefs have a stranglehold on the AFC West. Los Angeles (1-2) lost No. 2 WR Mike Williams for the season as the ressult of a ACL injury.

Los Angeles Rams +240: Cooper Kupp will remained sidelined until at least Week 5. Matthew Stafford and the Rams have around +300 odds to make the playoffs heading into NFL Week 4.

Miami Dolphins -560: Led by a healthy Tua Tagovailoa, the Dolphins offense is looking unstoppable following a 70-point performance versus Denver.

Minnesota Vikings +250: Several sportsbooks have the 0-3 Vikings at -385 odds or longer to miss the playoffs heading into NFL Week 3. Oddsmakers aren’t particularly high on Minnesota’s chances to repeat as NFC North champs.

New England Patriots +425: The 1-2 Patriots are coming off a victory over the Jets, but still have -440 odds at Caesars Sportsbook to miss the playoffs as Week 4 arrives.

New Orleans Saints -120The 2-0 Saints (+125) remain the NFC South favorites with the Falcons and Panthers rebuilding through a youth movement and the Bucs transitioning after Tom Brady’s retirement.  RB Alvin Kamara is expected to return from his NFL suspension this week.

New York Giants +900: The 1-2 Giants have not looked good to start the season and several books are now giving the G-Men -600 odds to miss the postseason.

New York Jets +850: The Jets odds of making the playoffs are iffy as a result of Aaron Rodgers suffering a season-ending achilles injury versus the Bills in his MetLife Stadium debut. New York (1-2) needs to figure out if QB Zach Wilson is the answer to replace Rodgers.

Philadelphia Eagles -1600: Even though the 3-0 Eagles are not playing their best football yet, 3-0 Philadelphia is one of only three remaining undefeated teams.

Pittsburgh Steelers +210: Under Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh has enjoyed 16 straight seasons with a record of .500 or better. This means the Steelers should once again compete for a playoff spot in Kenny Pickett’s second season under center.

San Francisco 49ers -3000: Heading into NFL Week 4, the Niners have the shortest to make the playoff odds and remain one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl.

Seattle Seahawks -118: Comeback Player of the Year Geno Smith and the Seahawks has another strong showing in NFL Week 3 with a 37-27 win over the Panthers. Sportsbooks still have them getting +110 to +130 odds to make the playoffs.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -125: Expectations are much lower in Tampa following Tom Brady’s retirement but new QB Baker Mayfield has the Bucs off to a 2-1 start so far. Having a talented supporting cast in place could make the NFC South is ripe for the taking.

Tennessee Titans +125: Derrick Henry, 29, remains the focal point of the Titans offense while new addition DeAndre Hopkins adjusts to life with his new team. Both players will need to step up their games if the 1-2 Titans are going to have a legitimate shot of making the playoffs.

Washington Commanders +285: With Sam Howell as their new starting QB, the Commanders struggled to win their first two game versus the Cardinals and Broncos, and managed just 3 points in a Week 3 loss to the Bills.

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