Baltimore Raves (25/1): Things rarely change in Raven-land, with the defense finding a way to be great, despite annual big name departures, and Joe Flacco being his usual reliable self guiding the offense, despite having no one to throw to. The Ravens will fight for the division title as they usually do and should remain in contention until the bitter end.

 

Pittsburgh Steelers (25/1): Status quo reigns in Steeltown as an explosive offense led by Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown returns intact and the defense must once again rely on young players replacing departed veterans. It’s only fitting that the Steelers and Ravens have the exact same Super Bowl odds because you can expect them to battle all season and, likely, into the playoffs.

 

Cincinnati Bengals (33/1): After another first-round playoff loss, the leash for head coach Marvin Lewis and quarterback Andy Dalton may be getting shorter. The Bengals have enough talent on both sides of the ball that they should be an AFC favourite heading into the season but things never seem to work out for the Bengals and the odds are that, once again, they will be the bridesmaid and never the bride.

 

Cleveland Browns (75/1): Almost certain to have a trainwreck season, the Browns actually have a dominant defense that, unfortunately, is paired with a historically inept offense. They may be the only team in the NFL without a legitimate No.1 quarterback, running back or wide receiver and their extreme long shot odds reflect that.

 

*Odds as of June 10, 2015