Quick Look At The NFL Win Totals For 2014

Last week several sportsbooks revealed the NFL wins totals for the upcoming 2014 season; not a surprise considering the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots lead the way in the AFC, and the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers do the same in the NFC.

new_england_patriotsLast week several sportsbooks revealed the NFL wins totals for the upcoming 2014 season; not a surprise considering the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots lead the way in the AFC, and the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers do the same in the NFC.

The New England Patriots in particular could be a better team than last season, considering Tom Brady will have a second year with his young receivers, plus he got to keep Julian Edelman and added Brandon LaFell.

“Sometimes we’ll be watching tape and [offensive coordinator] Josh McDaniels will say to me, ‘What happened on that play?’ And I’ll say, ‘I missed it. I just missed it.’ Throwing a football is a very, very tough to thing to do consistently well. Other sports too. You think when LeBron tries a three-pointer he’s aiming for the back of the rim, hopes he hits the back of the rim? Of course not. On an approach shot in golf, are you trying to miss by four feet? No—you want to get it in, or within two inches. That’s why, to me, it’s so important to work in the off-season perfecting mechanics. Say you’re off 1 percent on your mechanics of throwing in one week, and you don’t fix it. Over four weeks, if you keep going, that’s 4 percent that you’re off. And you say, ‘Why am I not throwing the ball as crisply as I need to? I was the 199th pick in the draft for a reason. I need to maximize my efficiency, my mechanics and my reps to be sure I stay on top of my game,” said QB Tom Brady this week on a long interview with Peter King.

Here are the NFL win totals for the 2014 season:

Team | 2014 win total | 2013 Wins

  • Broncos | 11 (over -115) | 13
  • 49ers | 11 (over +100) | 12
  • Seahawks | 11(over -110)| 13
  • Packers | 10 (over -105)| 8
  • Patriots | 10 (over -125) | 12
  • Saints | 9.5 (over -105) |11
  • Bengals | 9 (over -115) | 11
  • Colts |9 (over -115) | 11
  • Steelers | 9 (over -110) | 8
  • Bears | 8.5 (over -105) | 8
  • Eagles | 8.5 (over -125) | 10
  • Panthers | 8.5 (over -120) |12
  • Ravens | 8.5 (over -110) |8
  • Texans | 8.5 (over -110) | 2
  • Chargers | 8 (over -120) | 9
  • Chiefs |  8 (over -125) | 11
  • Cowboys |8 (over -120)|8
  • Falcons | 8 (over -120) |4
  • Lions | 8 (over -115) |7
  • Dolphins | 7.5 (-over -125) | 8
  • Cardinals | 7 (over -120) | 10
  • Giants | 7 (over -110) | 7
  • Redskins | 7 (over -110) | 3
  • Bills | 6.5 (over -110) | 6
  • Browns | 6.5 (over -105) | 4
  • Buccaneers |6.5 (over -130) |4
  • Jets |6.5 (over -120) |8
  • Rams | 6.5 (over -120)| 7
  • Titans | 6.5 (over -110) | 7
  • Vikings | 6.5 (over -110) |5
  • Raiders | 5 (over +110) | 4
  • Jaguars | 4.5 (over +100) |4
Frank Lorenzo

MTS co-founder Frank “Let It Ride” Lorenzo has been betting on sports since he was legally allowed to do so. (Did he do so before then, too? No comment.) He enjoys very strong coffee, neon lights, and passing on his wealth of betting knowledge to anyone who will listen.