Best AFC East Betting Sites

The AFC East recent history starts and ends with the Patriots. Between 2001-16, the Patriots won 14 of 16 division crowns. They set a new division record by winning eight titles in a row. The Patriots (2003-07) and the Dolphins (1981-85) shared the previous mark of five straight AFC East titles. The Bills came close to that run, winning four in a row from 1988-91. By contrast the Jets, a division original in 1970, own just two AFC East titles, in 1998 and 2002. [+]

The Dolphins own 14 AFC East Division wins, but they’ve won just once since 2001, breaking up New England’s run of success in 2008.

The Bills haven’t won a divison title since 1995 and haven’t made the playoffs since 1999, the longest active playoff drought in the NFL. 

AFC East Betting Lines Today

All the AFC East betting lines are displayed below so make sure you check back frequently to locate the best bets. You’ll be able to compare moneyline, spread and over/under lines. 

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AFC East Standings Right Now

This is where you can get all the up to date information on the AFC East standings, and if the New England Patriots aren’t the team on top of the group, you’ve got yourself quite the scoop. [+]

While it’s true that the Patriots may not look to be the same dominant power that’s ruled over the NFL the past 15 years, you’re not about to find anyone in the know who is ready to count the Patriots out.



How To Win At AFC East Betting

Playing the New England Patriots to win is never a bad strategy when wagering on the AFC East, but trying to determine which team might be the one to ultimately challenge the Patriots for AFC East supremacy is no easy task.

The New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins all have enjoyed brief flickers of greatness – Miami made the playoffs as an AFC wildcard team in 2016-17 and the Jets played in the AFC Championship Game in 2009-10 and 2010-11 – but none among these teams has proven capable of generating consistently good football where they can be taken seriously as a contender.