As the NFL playoffs are set to get started this weekend, there are several different things gamblers can find ways to make future bets on. The term future bets mean it is something that will not be decided with a single game but will unfold in the future. One of the best future bets out there is picking the team that is going to win the NFC. While there is an option to pick a Super Bowl Champion, a bet for who will win the NFC has just as good of odds.

The NFC is loaded with talent and teams that could find a way to make it to the Super Bowl. Let’s take a look at the top teams and their NFL stats that have the best odds to win the NFC. 

Los Angeles Rams +450

The Rams are a confusing team, to say the least. On paper, this team has incredible weapons at every skill position. Unfortunately, they seem to have struggled from time to time; like in their last ten games, they had a 6-4 record. But in their first eight games, the Rams were 7-1, which means there is real potential for them to go on a run; it just depends on which Los Angeles Rams team is going to show up.

When talking about the Rams, the one name that has to be talked about is their elite wide receiver, Cooper Kupp. Talked about as one of the top two wide receivers this season, Kupp finished the season with 1,947 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns. Kupp’s remarkable season puts him second on the list for single-season receiving yards and single-season receptions. Another name to look out for in the playoffs is Cam Akers, who is returning from an injury; the running back could have a huge impact on this pass-first offense.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +350

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished the season with a 13-4 record and in second place in the NFC. In their last ten games, the Buccaneers went 7-3. The Buccaneers do have some bad losses on their record, with losses to the New Orleans Saints and the Washington Football team, neither of which were close to making the playoffs. The reigning Super Bowl Champions understand that at the end of the day, the most important games are the ones in the playoffs.

Tom Brady is in his 17th season in the NFL and does not look to have lost a step. This season alone, Brady has recorded 5,316 yards passing, which is the most in his career, with 43 passing touchdowns, which is also the most in his career. Brady has seemed a little riskier this season, throwing 12 interceptions. Leonard Fournette could have the biggest impact on this team, when he is running the ball well, it seems to open up a lot more this Buccaneers offense.

Green Bay Packers +160

The Packers wrap up their season with a 13-4 record and the number one seed in the NFC. While they may not have finished the season exactly how they wanted, losing to the Detroit Lions, the Packers were able to lock up the Division early and get guys plenty of rest heading into the playoffs. 

The Packers went 7-3 in their last 10, with a tough loss to the Chiefs, 7-13, where it just seemed like both offenses really struggled to get anything going. This will be the third season in a row the Packers have made the playoffs as they look to chase the success of the 2010 team that went on to win the Super Bowl.

The Packers will send out one of the best quarterbacks of the season in Aaron Rodgers to be their offensive leader. Rodgers, even after dealing with all of the offseason drama, turned in another great season for the Packers. 

Rodgers threw for 4,115 yards and 37 touchdowns while only throwing four interceptions the entire season. Of course, there is no talk about the Packers without talking about their star wide receiver in Devante Adams and when who recorded 1,553 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns.

The Pick

Any of these are great choices, and there are even more teams that have a legitimate shot at winning this thing. Look out for teams like the Cowboys or the Cardinals to make a run.