NFL 2020 WIN TOTALS
Chiefs Aren’t Going Anywhere
When it comes to which squads are projected to place the highest in the standings, the Kansas City Chiefs (O/U 11.5 wins), Baltimore Ravens (11) and San Francisco 49ers (10.5) top the list.
Fresh off the franchise’s first Super Bowl win in 50 years, the Chiefs look primed to dominate the NFL for many seasons to come. Patrick Mahomes has established himself as the best quarterback in the league and now has a Super Bowl MVP to prove it, and Andy Reid doesn’t appear to be going anywhere. It wouldn’t shock anyone to see the Chiefs cash the OVER on their 11.5 win total in 2020.
Bengals, Redskins and Dolphins at the Bottom
On the other side of the coin, the Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins have the lowest win totals at 5.5 apiece. With Cincinnati picking first in the draft, Washington at No. 2 and Miami at No. 5, all three teams are expected to land an impact player.
LSU standout quarterback Joe Burrow going to the Bengals looks like a foregone conclusion, while Washington is expected to take talented Ohio State defensive end Chase Young. The Dolphins and Tua Tagovailoa make a lot of sense, but that’s far from a certainty at this point. The trio of teams will likely be better in 2020.
Here’s a look at the book’s full list of O/U season win totals.
|Team||2020 Win Total||OVER||UNDER||2019 Win Total||2019 Wins|
|Green Bay Packers||9.5||+100||-130||9||13|
|Kansas City Chiefs||11.5||-115||-115||10.5||12|
|Las Vegas Raiders||7||-115||-115||6||7|
|Los Angeles Chargers||7.5||-130||+100||10||5|
|Los Angeles Rams||8.5||-140||+110||10||9|
|New England Patriots||8.5||-115||-115||11.5||12|
|New Orleans Saints||10||-130||+100||10||13|
|New York Giants||6.5||+100||-130||6||4|
|New York Jets||6.5||-150||+120||7.5||7|
|San Francisco 49ers||10.5||-130||+100||8.5||13|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||9.5||-115||-115||6.5||7|