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NFL Season Win Totals

Breaking down team win totals for 2020

You’re on the brink of the 2020 NFL regular season, which means you’re also running out of time to lock in the best NFL season win total odds before they’re altered by September results and developments. With that in mind, let’s break down some of the more notable team win over/unders at Sugarhouse.

Kansas City Chiefs (11.5 O-121/U+100)

They’re the only team in football that would need to win a dozen games in order to hit the over, but I’d still be willing to get on Kansas City’s side here. They won 12 games even with quarterback Patrick Mahomes often far from 100 percent in 2019.

Potential over target: Atlanta Falcons (7.5, +100)

It’s fair not to trust Atlanta based on recent campaigns, but don’t forget that the Falcons tore it up with a 6-2 record in the second half of the 2019 season. It really came together at that point, and there’s little reason to believe a veteran team can’t pick up where it left off. Also, the NFC South is overrated. The Carolina Panthers are rebuilding, Tom Brady is toast and Drew Brees could be on the verge of a steep decline.

More overs or unders?

Potential under target: Baltimore Ravens (11, -106)

There’s obviously a decent chance you’ll settle for the push here, but the Ravens face a lot of pressure in a division that should be a lot tougher considering what’s going on with the Pittsburgh Steelers (welcome back, Ben Roethlisberger), Cleveland Browns (Baker Mayfield has way more support now) and Cincinnati Bengals (hello, Joe Burrow). Throw in that there’s a strong possibility Lamar Jackson regresses with a target on his back and this is a worthwhile gamble.

Have the Jacksonville Jaguars (4.5, O-130/U+107) become the NFL’s worst team?

Based on these totals, yes. But Jacksonville still has plenty of talent up front on defense and both the AFC South and quarterback Gardner Minshew II are unpredictable. They could win two games but they could also win seven. A low-total team to turn your attention to is actually Washington, which pays -143 for more than five victories. Quarterback Dwayne Haskins has a high ceiling after a strong finish to his rookie season, and that defense has top-notch talent. Can’t imagine them winning fewer than five.

Check out the preseason NFL win total odds as of Aug. 26, 2020 at SugarHouse NJ:

NFL Season Win Total Odds

Team Win Total
Arizona 7 OV -130, UN +107
Atlanta 7.5 OV +100, UN -121
Baltimore 11 OV -115, UN -106
Buffalo 8.5 OV -143, UN +118
Carolina 5.5 OV -122, UN +100
Chicago 7.5 OV -130, UN +107
Cincinnati 5.5 OV -134, UN +110
Cleveland 8.5 OV -121, UN +100
Dallas 9.5 OV -150, UN +123
Denver 7.5 OV -118, UN -106
Detroit 6.5 OV -143, UN +118
Green Bay 8.5 OV -137, UN +113
Houston 7.5 OV -106, UN -115
Indianapolis 9 OV -117, UN -105
Jacksonville 4.5 OV -130, UN +107
Kansas City 11.5 OV -121, UN +100
Las Vegas 7 OV -110, UN -110
LA Chargers 7.5 OV -141, UN +115
LA Rams 8 OV -125, UN +103
Miami 6.5 OV +110, UN -134
Minnesota 8.5 OV -150, UN +123
New England 8.5 OV -143, UN +118
New Orleans 10.5 OV -106, UN -115
NY Giants 6 OV -125, UN +103
NY Jets 6.5 OV +110, UN -134
Philadelphia 9 OV -134, UN +110
Pittsburgh 9 OV -121, UN +100
San Francisco 10.5 OV +102, UN -125
Seattle 9.5 OV +110, UN -134
Tampa Bay 9.5 OV -125, UN +103
Tennessee 8.5 OV -130, UN +107
Washington 5 OV -143, UN +118
Brad Gagnon has been passionate about both sports and mass media since he was in diapers -- a passion that won't die until he's in them again. He was a lead contributor to an earlier incarnation of NationalFootballPost.com and was happy to return when new management revived the brand in 2020. Based in Toronto, he's covered the NFL since 2008 and has been a national NFL writer at Bleacher Report since 2012. He despises all 32 NFL teams equally but remains a fan of the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Raptors. He can be reached at Brad@NationalFootballPost.com