New England Sans Brady Early Still the Team to Beat in AFC East

The NFL 2016 NFL regular season will start in just over a month and odds makers are busy updating their futures odds for total wins, division winners, conference winner and the Super Bowl winner. You can take help of sportsbook Reviews to make your choice.

The New England Patriots remain at the top of the list on the Super Bowl LI futures board, but how are they looking in their own AFC East.

New England could set a new record in the NFL this season when they attempt to win their eighth consecutive division title, which would break a tie they hold with the Los Angeles Rams of 1973 to 1979.

Over the seven seasons the Patriots have been AFC East titleholders they have won by an average of more than 3 games whole their overall winning percentage is 56 games over 500.

The last time a team in the division besides New England even made the playoffs was in 2010 when the New York Jets behind Mark Sanchez at quarterback reached the postseason.

The only real chance any of the other teams – Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, New York Jets –to win this season’s AFC East title is to jump out in front early in the season when New England will be without its star quarterback Tom Brady who is suspended for the first four games of the season.

The Dolphins must get used to an entirely new system under new head coach Adam Gase, who is the fifth coach since Nick Saban back in 2005. No other team in the division has made so many coaching changes during those 11 seasons.

The Jets have a big headache at quarterback with Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith battling for the top spot after Fitzpatrick finally re-signed with the Jets on Wednesday.

Buffalo’s head coach Rex Ryan will team up with his brother Rob to attempt at bringing glory back to the Bills.

Current odds

New England

Division - 4 to 11, Super Bowl - 6 to 1

Buffalo Bills

Division – 6 to 1, Super Bowl – 50 to 1

Miami Dolphins

Division – 8 to 1, Super Bowl – 100 to 1

New York Jets

Division – 7 to 1, Super Bowl – 50 to 1