Over/under for all 32 teams

A wild season with lots of moving stars in the NFL has resulted in some big swings in over/under projected win totals for the upcoming season.

This season was one of the craziest in NFL history thanks to some Great freelance agents spend sprees and blockbuster deals have seen the likes of Russell Wilson, Deshaun Watson, Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill Change team. All this unprecedented player movement has resulted in some interesting predictions for total wins across all 32 NFL teams.

DraftKings Sportsbook released an initial list of underdogs/unders to account for all player movements in the NFL to date. A compilation of that list, along with futures for titles and Super Bowl odds, was put together by Sebastien Carl on Twitter.

Lessons learned from the original NFL’s over/under totals

It is worth mentioning that only 31 of the 32 NFL teams have totals available to bet right now. The Browns are not on the board due to uncertainty over the possibility of a suspension for Watson, who is still facing 22 civil lawsuits over sexual assault charges and could miss time for violating the law. violate the tournament’s personal conduct policy.

The top teams across the board are the Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, both with a combined 11.5 win streak. Buffalo is well positioned to do well in the AFC thanks to a step back from the Kansas City captains and the sheer carnage that the AFC West will do with the top contenders while the Buccaneers benefit from bringing in Tom Brady Back to dominate a division with three other teams the team is in transition.

The AFC West is the NFL’s toughest league by total, with three teams predicted to win 10 games and the Las Vegas Raiders bring behind with an expected eight wins. The lowest total wins go to the Houston Texans, New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons and Detroit Lions, all of which have a total of over/under 6.

https://fansided.com/2022/03/25/nfl-win-total-bets-2022-unders-32-teams/ Over/under for all 32 teams

John Verrall

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