Handicapping Picks & Odds |  "Razor" Ray Monohan Picks |  Cappers Picks |  Forums |  Sitemap |  Twitter |  Facebook

2013 AFC South Gambling Odds | Free 2013 NFL Predictions

NFL Previews – 2013 AFC South Betting

Now that the calendar has turned the page to July, it is time to start getting serious about ramping up your handicapping efforts for a new NFL season. To get you up to speed on Bovada’s futures odds to win each division, this time around we will take a closer look at the four teams in the AFC South.

Odds from Bovada

AFC South Team Pages


Houston Texans Odds -225

The Texans have been the top dog in the AFC South the past two seasons and all indications point towards a third-straight division title this season.

The key for Houston will be to play with much better consistency especially down the stretch. After a fast start last year, it almost blew a huge lead last year to only win the South by a game with an overall record of 12-4.

There is no doubt that the talent is there on both sides of the ball. The Texans were ranked seventh in the NFL in both total offense and total defense last season and remain pretty much intact heading into 2013.

The addition of safety Ed Reed from Baltimore could add that veteran leadership that this team had been lacking in the past.

Indianapolis Colts Odds +240

The Colts could be one of the most interesting teams to watch this season. The emergence of Andrew Luck as the second coming of Peyton Manning could lift this team past the Texans this season after finishing one game back at 11-5.

This team could also go in the opposite direction after an emotional-filled run in 2012 that was fueled by head coach Chuck Pagano’s inspirational battle with cancer.Look for Indianapolis to remain competitive all season long, but it will be extremely hard to match last year’s level of success.

The Colts are clearly on the right track but nine wins in 2013 is a more realistic total.

Tennessee Titans Odds +750

Tennessee has been treading water for the last four seasons and actually went backwards in 2012 with a record of 6-10. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

The jury is still out on Jake Locker as a legitimate franchise quarterback and the Titans once vaunted rushing attack behind Chris Johnson was ranked 21st in the NFL last season.This team also has some major issues to address on defense after ranking near the bottom of the league in almost every major category.

While Tennessee may be able to win more than six games this season, the ceiling for this team will be a .500 record at best.

Jacksonville Jaguars Odds +2500

Most football experts are in agreement that Jacksonville pretty much has a lock on the basement of the AFC South for 2013. This team has been headed in the wrong direction for the past three seasons and hit rock-bottom last year with just two wins.

Rebuilding from the ground up, the Jaguars selected offensive tackle Luke Joeckel with the second overall pick of the draft. Blaine Gabbert is penciled in as the starting quarterback but the offense will once again rely heavily on Maurice Jones-Drew to carry the load.

Jacksonville’s defense was one of the worst in the NFL last season with no real prospect of change for 2013. If this team reaches five wins it will be a major accomplishment.

2013 NFL Divisional & Conference Odds & Previews

Plus more articles we know you’ll like



Cappers Picks - Premium Picks For Sale

SUN 10* NHL INFO PLAY ON Avalanche/Ducks!

**#8 ranked NHL in 2011-12**
**#2 ranked premium in 2013**
**#8 ranked premium in 2015**

Info Plays is on an impressive 643-536 (55%) run over their last 1229 Premium picks!

If you are one of his $1,000/game bettors you are up $84,830 since August 02, 2020!

WIN NOW with the Total on the Avalanche v. Ducks game!

We MUST SHOW A PROFIT or else you will get Monday's PREMIUM NHL PICKS on us!

About Dave Schwab

David Schwab is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog. While not cheering for his beloved Philadelphia Eagles David can be found working on his blog at www.eaglesinc.com. David wants to hear from you so please comment below.