2022 NFC South Title Odds, Picks & Predictions: Buccaneers, Tom Brady Lead the Way

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Bobby BrunoJuly 8, 2022, 01:03 AM

I feel the NFC South can be summed up in two words: Tom Brady.

The Brady-led Buccaneers are the biggest favorites in all of the NFL to win their division at -300.

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You may have heard about the Tom Brady retirement then un-retirement saga this offseason. As the dust settles, the Bucs will be running it back with their core of Brady, Mike Evans and Leonard Fournette. The one piece that will be missing from the 2022 Bucs is Brady’s favorite tight end Rob Gronkowski. Gronk announced his (second) retirement in late June, after 11 seasons together with Brady. 

Another notable absence from the sidelines will be head coach Bruce Arians. After a lot of speculation on their relationship, Arians stepped down shortly after Brady’s un-retirement to step into a front office advisor role. Former defensive coordinator Todd Bowles has taken the reins as head coach. 

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The next in line to win the division is the Saints all the way at +375. In their second year without Drew Brees, the Saints picked up Andy Dalton to lead their QB room, in addition to Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill.

Despite picking up some talented playmakers in the draft, like Chris Olave, the Saints must find their QB of the future before they can challenge the juggernaut that is the Buccaneers. 

2022 NFC South Title Odds

TeamOdds
Buccaneers-300
Saints+375
Panthers+1200
Falcons+1600
Odds via BetMGM

2022 NFC South Champion Prediction: Buccaneers | -300 at BetMGM

It’s hard to imagine any of the other NFC South teams putting themselves in contention for the top spot in the division. The Bucs’ talent and veteran experience leave them as the only obvious choice.

Tampa has its sights on bigger targets than the division at this point. In a wide open NFC race, the 1-seed will be crucial to ensure a less challenging path to the Super Bowl. The Bucs have the core to contend for that top spot in the NFC and a sweep of their inferior division opponents will go a long way towards that goal.


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