2019 NFL Season Win Totals Released

April 27 saw the end of the NFL draft along with the final calculation and release of the NFL betting odds and season win totals for each team the next morning by the oddsmakers from major sportsbooks in Las Vegas and New Jersey. This time, one or two of the last season’s standout squads drew some Under money, with the early birds suffering some negative results.

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Let’s have a look at the major teams and their 2019 season wins in total. To stay tuned, join Wannamakeabet today.

Kansas City Chiefs: Season win total 10.5

The SuperBook in Las Vegas opened the Chiefs’ win total at 10.5 which was a comparatively high amount along with the awesome breakout second year for Patrick Mahomes in the NFL, guiding the Kansas City to the AFC Championship Game after a 12-4 regular season.

Los Angeles Rams: Season win total 10.5

It was 13-3 for Los Angeles in the 2018-19 regular season but they managed to reach the Super Bowl right before losing to New England with 13-3 as well. But the Rams did manage to grab the attention of Under players by opening with a win total of 10.5.

Buffalo Bills: Season win total 6.5

Buffalo has been doing well for the last 15 seasons by finishing above 500 with six wins or less seven times, including the last season in which the Bills went 6-10. Nevertheless, Buffalo has been a winner in four of its last seven games and thus managed to open this year’s win total at 6.5. Betters do believe that the quarterback Josh Allen is most likely to make advancements in his second season. Over 6.5 opened with a -160 favorite and was bet up to -180.

Tennessee Titans: Season win total 8

Last year, Tennessee lost to Indianapolis in Week 17 by just missing out on a playoff berth and went 9-7. Apart from that, the Titans won their prior games four in a row and six of eight. So, the early bettors are thinking of some possible carryover effect. The Titans’ win total opened at eight, with the Over a +110 underdog which has now shortened to even money.

Arizona Cardinals: Season win total 5

Arizona has been a dramatic team. Just a year ago, the first-year coach Steve Wilks drafted UCLA’s Josh Rosen in the first round assuming him to be the Cardinals’ quarterback for the long years to come. But after a 3-13 season, Wilks was fired, Kliff Kingsbury was hired, the Cards drafted QB Kyler Murray out of Oklahoma, and Rosen was traded to Miami. After such offseason turbulence, Arizona’s win total was obviously a meager five, with the Over/Under picking them at -110. The early dollars played their part in taking that price to -130.

Cleveland Browns: Season win total 9

After a visibly bad 0-16 in 2017-18, Cleveland expected things to get better by drafting Baker Mayfield. Things did turn out to be better but not before opening 2-5-1 and firing coach Hue Jackson. They still ended up winning five of their last eight games and nearly a sixth, falling to Baltimore 26-24 in the finale to finish 7-8-1. In the offseason, Cleveland made headlines by landing Odell Beckham Jr. in a trade with the Giants. All this combined together has led to the Browns being a great choice to win the AFC North. Accordingly, the SuperBook win total started at nine for a team with zero victories two seasons ago.

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