There are four months before the new NFL season kicks off in Los Angeles. The league is back in full swing and having the full regular-season schedules in hand, there are several odds from DraftKings and Caesars that might just be the best predictions in the futures and regular-season win totals markets.
DraftKings NFL predictions
Dallas Cowboys (O/U 10.5) displayed a tremendous improvement in their defensive side last season and should easily seal 10 wins in a 17-game regular season. Meanwhile, for the out-of-division games, it might go toward the under (-130).
Denver Broncos (O/U 10) have also shown better defense and deep offense, riding the over (-120). Jacksonville Jaguars (O/U 6) recruited the No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence and they went over (-120). New York Jets (O/U 5.5) is a popular team with a whopping -140, but they’re playing the tough AFC East, making the prediction sits at under 5.5 wins (+115).
Houston Texans (O/U 4.5) is one of the most popular futures bets in the regular-season wins market with under 4.5 wins at -190, while Baltimore Ravens (O/U 9.5) heads towards over 9.5 wins (-140).
Thanks to Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals (O/U 10) have been showing good numbers and experts are riding them under 10 wins (-130). Meanwhile, Chicago Bears (O/U 6.5) was led to the under (-130).
Kansas City Chiefs (O/U 10) upgraded their offense and earned over 10 (-115) is our play. In the NFC North, Detroit Lions (O/U 6.5) are going under (-130).
Caesars NFL Predictions
On AFC East, the online sportsbook operator predicted Buffalo Bills (O/U 11.5) to win at least 12 games with the year’s better rooster. Miami Dolphins (O/U 8.5) is predicted to bag at least 8.5 wins – a number that New England Patriots (O/U 8.5) also earned.
Just like Draftkings, New York Jets (O/U 5.5) is to win less than 6 games as their average win total over the past six seasons hoes under (4.5).
For AFC North, Baltimore Ravens (O/U 9.5) is tied with Cincinnati Bengals (O/U 9.5) as well as Cleveland Browns (O/U 9.5). Meanwhile, Pittsburgh Steelers are at O/U 7.5.
AFC South’s Houston Texans (O/U 4.5) is going to have another difficult schedule with its current offense, and the same goes for Jacksonville Jaguars (O/U 4.5). On the other hand, Indianapolis Colts (O/U 9.5) and Tennessee Titans (O/U 9.5) should be able to take home 10 wins.
For AFC West, Denver Broncos (O/U 10) would need to break the losing streak to Kansas City Chiefs (O/U 10.5) that won at least 12 games every four consecutive seasons.
Las Vegas Raiders (O/U 8.5) came off a 10-win playoff season, and those numbers should be achievable as well by Los Angeles Chargers (O/U 10).
For NFC East, Dallas Cowboys won 12 games last season, but they’re tied with Washington so they end up with O/U 10.5. New York Giants (O/U 7) earn an ambitious seven wins after last season’s 4-13 finish.
Philadelphia Eagles (O/U 9) won nine games last season and are expected similar wins this year. Washington Commanders are at O/U 7.5 after a season filled with injury and the COVID-19 outbreak.
NFC North sees Chicago Bears at O/U 6.5 and Detroit Lions at O/U 6. Meanwhile, coming with a record of three 13-win seasons is Green Bay Packers with O/U 11. Next to this record is Minnesota Viking (O/U 9) with 9 wins average.
On the other side, NFC South sees Atlanta Falcons at O/U 5.5, Carolina Panthers O/U 6, New Orleans Saints at O/U 7.5, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers
at O/U 11.5.
NFC West’s Arizona Cardinals are pulling all strings with O/U 9 and the Los Angeles Rams (O/U 10/5) are predicted to bring 12 games. San Francisco 49ers are at O/U 10 while observers take the optimistic over at O/U 6 for Seattle Seahawks.