The National Football Conference, or NFC, is one of two conferences in the National Football League (NFL), and home to some of the most popular, and successful, football teams in the league. Consisting of 16 teams, the NFC’s teams are more evenly matched than their AFC counterpart, making for an exciting season where literally any of the teams can claim a victory. Since the 2002 realignment, the Dallas Cowboys lead the NFC in terms of most conference titles, having won eight, while the current title holder is the Carolina Panthers.
As an example of how closely matched the NFC is, the only NFC team to have not reached a Super Bowl is the Detroit Lions, while between 2000 and 2015, the NFC sent 11 different teams to the Super Bowl compared to the AFC’s six.
The NFC is split into four divsions: North, East, South, and West, with four teams in each division. This gives you plenty of opportunity to bet on football and boost your betting bankroll.
Preseason favorites for the NFC Conference title is Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers who are both at +400, with Green Bay Packers (+500), Arizona Cardinals (+700), and the Minnesota Vikings (+900) next in line.
Which NFC team do you think will in the conference? Do you think they will progress to the Super Bowl, or even win the Super Bowl? Are you willing to put your money where your mouth is?
Best NFC Betting Lines
With parity being so great in the NFC, and the odds so tightly spread, it is important to choose the best NFC betting lines each game. Luckily for you, we provide the betting lines.
What Are The NFC Standings
Want to know where each NFC team is in their division? Why not guide your eyes downwards and see what the NFC standings are right now.
How To Win NFC Bets
We cannot stress enough how important it is to get the best NFC betting lines before you place a wager because the odds for games in this conference are usually pretty close due to the strength of the teams.
If you are looking for offensive bets, look at games involving Arizona Falcons who finished top of the NFC stats with 6,533 net total yards, and a cool 30.6 points per game; a figure only beaten by the 31.3 points per game set by the Carolina Panthers.
On the flipside of the coin, Seattle Seahawks had the best defense in 2015-16, allowing only 4,668 yards in 16 games, only one of three NFL teams to finish under 5,000 and only second to Denver Broncos.
In the NFC West, Seahawks are -125 favorites to win the division, with the more open East looking like Dallas Cowboys will win at +163.
For the NFC North, the Green Bay Packers are overwhelming -137 favorites (Minnesota Vikings are second favorites at +175), while the South looks like the Carolina Panthers at -200.
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