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NFC South Odds 2012

The NFC South Odds 2012 have the Saints pegged as slim NFL Odds favorites over the Atlanta Falcons who feel that they are destined to hoist the division crown. The Carolina Panthers with incredible 2nd year QB Cam Newton are expected to finish behind the favorites but it is hard to overlook the Panthers offensive strength with Newton and a pulverizing run game. Tampa Bay has filled in some holes but last year’s abysmal defense will be hard to patch up in one season. Below is a closer look at the division from our NFL picks panel of experts. Wager on the NFL Odds at BOVADA CASINO

NFC South Odds 2012

1. Saints +130 ($1000 to win $1300)

The infrastructure of the Saints organization can survive even it’s most hectic state. New Orleans has explosive fire power on offense and head coach Joe Vitt’s six game suspension will not have the impact that many “experts” expect. The reduced NFC South Odds 2012 give the Saints value at +130.

2. Carolina +400

This bet has the best value on the board at +400 NFL Odds. A stout offensive line will help Cam Newton, Steve Smith and the power running game take the whole division by surprise. The defense led by linebacker Jon Beason will come out from the shadows and be respectable under new coach Ron Rivera.

NFL Picks Projected Record: 9-7

3. Atlanta +130

The Falcons have plenty of flash but QB Matt Ryan has failed to turn the corner to be considered a “elite” QB. The recieving corps is “elite” however with Tony Gonzalez, Julio Jones and Roddy White.

NFL Picks Projected Record: 9-7

4. Bucaneers +1500

The Bucs could be better than people think with QB Josh Freeman due for a comeback season. Throw into the mix an improved defense under new coach Greg Schiano and suddenly the Bucs could be in the mix. Could be one of the most improved teams in the NFL.

NFL Picks Projected Record: 7-9

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