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2013 AFC East Gambling Odds | Free 2013 NFL Predictions

NFL Previews – 2013 AFC East Betting

The start of a new NFL season is less than two months away, so in order to get you up to speed for all eight division races we are going to take a closer look Bovada’s updated futures odds to win each one.

This time around we close-out our preview of the AFC with a look at the division title odds for all four teams in the AFC East.

Odds from Bovada

AFC East Team Pages

New England Patriots -400

The upheaval with New England’s receiving corps this offseason is bound to have some effect on a passing game that was ranked fourth in the NFL last season, but with Tom Brady as your starting quarterback there is little doubt that he will find someone to throw the ball to. It also helps that the Patriots have been able to develop some kind of running game behind Stevan Ridley.

Head coach Bill Belichick never has his sights set on just winning a division title so ending up on top in the East this season is still pretty much a given. His team has claimed that honor 10 times in his 13 years at the helm.

The main concern for the Patriots is do they have what it takes to add another Super Bowl title to their resume?

Miami Dolphins +400

There are quite a few football experts jumping on the Miami bandwagon heading into the 2013 season. This team has not won more than seven games in six of the last seven years but continues to try and add the right pieces to turn things around. The Dolphins signed free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace and moved up to draft defensive end Dion Jordan with the third overall pick but both these moves have boon or bust written all over them.

The big question for Miami this season will be the progression of Ryan Tannehill at quarterback. He showed some flashes of greatness last season as a rookie, but the jury is still out as to whether or not he is the long-term answer for this team. The Dolphins’ defense remains the team’s main strength after finishing 2012 ranked seventh in the NFL in points allowed. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

New York Jets +1200

After leading his team to two-straight appearances in the AFC Championship Game, much maligned head coach Rex Ryan could be fighting for his job this season after his team went 8-8 in 2011 and 6-10 last year. It also does not help that the Jets lost their best player on defense in cornerback Derrelle Revis as well as safeties LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell.

The main question is who will be behind center for New York this season. Incumbent quarterback Mark Sanchez has taken on most of the blame for the team’s downward turn but it is highly doubtful that second-round pick Geno Smith is ready to take over the starting role.

Buffalo Bills +1400

Buffalo has not posted a winning season since 2004 and it has not won more than six games since 2008. While every NFL team’s goal is to get better each season, there is no real hard evidence that would suggest that will be the case with the Bills in 2013.

New head coach Doug Marrone inherits an offense that was ranked 21st in the NFL in scoring last season. His choices at quarterback are journeyman Kevin Kolb or first-round pick EJ Manual.

The Bills’ defense was ranked 31st against the run and it allowed an average of 27.2 points a game.

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