NFL Regular Season Win Totals released

NFL Regular Season Win Totals released

The NFL has no offseason as every fan knows. From free agency, the draft, minicamps and then the preseason, there is something interesting going on in the league 365 days a year.

Bettors also have something to keep them interested. Here at the Americas Cardroom sportsbook, we have future odds for division, conference and the Super Bowl that get updated constantly. We also have special props like a recent one regarding Aaron Rodgers status in Green Bay.

Now, we’ve just added more excitement into the mix, Regular Season Win Totals. Remember, the regular season has 17 games this year so the totals will look higher on average compared to previous seasons with the 16 games.

The Kansas City Chiefs have the biggest Win Total in the league at 12.5. That’s followed by Tom Brady and the Buccaneers at 11.5. Bucs fans may be a little disrespected by those odds, especially after the beatdown their team gave the Chiefs in the Super Bowl last year.

Looking down the board a bit, there are several teams that have 9 as the Win Total, which is just above .500. That list includes the L.A. Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans.

However, while all those teams are at nine wins, the odds can still be very different. For example, New England is -140 to go Over the total, while Minnesota is only -112. That could make a difference in your betting decision.

Note, there is one team without a Win Total listed and it’s Green Bay. There is just too much uncertainty right now in whether Rodgers will be the quarterback next year or will shoot his way out of town via a trade.

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