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The best bets on win total over/unders for all 32 NFL teams

Rome wasn’t built in an offseason, or whatever the saying is. Unless you’re the Cincinnati Bengals, it takes time to build a winner. And the best way to track actual progress towards that goal is through, well, wins.

So, as we draw closer to the regular season after an offseason full of drama, it’s time to go to the bank with predictions on just how close teams are (or aren’t) to meeting sportsbook win total expectations.

Our NFL crew already hinted at how they expect next season to go with playoff predictions. These win totals shed a little more light on where we think each team is potentially headed.

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Atlanta Falcons - O/U 4.5 wins

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Robert Zeglinski: Over

Sans Tampa Bay, the NFC South is a living, breathing trash heap. Some combo of Mariota-Pitts-London and general luck means this team overshoots any low expectations easily.

Christian D’Andrea: Over

The Panthers are a mess and non-division games against the Seahawks, Browns (likely with Jacoby Brissett behind center), Bears and Commanders are all winnable. The quarterback rotation is an issue, but the combined catch radius of Kyle Pitts and Drake London is roughly 50 yards, which helps.

Prince Grimes: Under

The same teams Atlanta is looking at as possible wins are looking at them the same way.

Cole Huff: Under

Are Kyle Pitts, Cordarelle Patterson and Drake London enough? Probably not.

Arizona Cardinals - O/U 8.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

Arizona’s in way too tough of a division with the Rams and 49ers — the NFC’s two arguable best teams. Kyler Murray deserves so much better than another year wasted with Kliff “I Draw My Playbook On Truck Stop Napkins” Kingbury. This squad deserves no respect until Kliff hits the road.

D’Andrea: Under

The Cardinals collapse around Thanksgiving every season under Kliff Kingsbury. This year they’ll spend their first six games without DeAndre Hopkins, whose absence predicated last year’s winter dropoff. Double-digits losses are a possibility against a tough schedule.

Grimes: Under

I think this is a good line for the Cardinals, and I like them to fall just under 8.5. They have a rough schedule to start the season, and with no Hopkins the first six games, it’ll be harder to stack early wins the way they have in the past.

Huff: Under

I like Hollywood Brown and Kyler Murray reuniting, but ultimately no Hopkins for a while will get Arizona off to a bad start. And I won’t believe the Cards can be a good second-half-of-the-season team until I see it.

Baltimore Ravens - O/U 9.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

Lamar Jackson and Co. missed the playoffs for the first time with him as the starter last season. That’s … not going to happen this year. Don’t be surprised if No. 8 in royal purple even takes Baltimore to the AFC title game.

D’Andrea: Over

It’s not just a healthy Lamar back in the lineup — it’s getting JK Dobbins and all the running backs who got hurt early in the season as well. The WR depth is a problem, but I’m here for a Devin Duvernay explosion.

Grimes: Over

I really like this Ravens team, especially on the defensive side of the ball. And with Lamar Jackson healthy again, I think they’ll have a good chance to dethrone Cincinnati for the AFC North title.

Huff: Over

The Ravens will be back in the thick of things in the AFC assuming they have healthy bodies for the 2022-23 season.

Buffalo Bills - O/U 11.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Over

Every time I think about where the Bills could fall short, I’m stumped. I’m sure some problems will arise between now and February 2023 (the offensive line?), but Buffalo’s the best team in the sport. Anything less than 13 wins would be a disappointment.

D’Andrea: Over

The Bills had few holes to fill, then plugged them admirably this offseason and added to Josh Allen’s arsenal. It’s time to believe the hype in New York.

Grimes: Over

Last year was Buffalo’s official coming out party. This year, they prove it wasn’t a fluke. The Bills have a chance to finish the season with the league’s best record.

Huff: Over

Twelve wins aren’t too much to ask when you factor in what this Bills team did a season ago. Having a new offensive coordinator will be something to take into consideration. Still, it’s hard not to imagine this core, led by Josh Allen, taking another step forward.

Carolina Panthers - O/U 6.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

Carolina has an interesting core on both sides of the ball (Jaycee Horn, Brian Burns, D.J. Moore, Christian McCaffrey), but they’re not there yet. It’ll be at least another season before this team plays any meaningful games. Shoutout to Baker Mayfield for keeping it somewhat interesting in Charlotte for the time being.

D’Andrea: Under

This team has won five games in each of the last three seasons. What has significantly changed this offseason that makes anyone believe 2022 will be different?

Grimes: Under

This was truly one of the toughest teams to watch last season. Baker Mayfield will make them slightly more bearable, but I’m not sure that translates to more wins.

Huff: Under

Pretty much everything the guys above me said. Who is the quarterback? What did the Panthers do to get better? Can Christian McCaffrey stay healthy? I’m out on Carolina.

Chicago Bears - O/U 6.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Over

By no means do I think the Bears will be in contention for a playoff spot. But this roster — with one of the arguably worst coaching staffs in the league — finished with six wins last year. Now that that staff is gone and the NFC is, on the whole, weaker: I think Justin Fields and Co. are in for another middling if surprising .500ish campaign.

D’Andrea: Under

This team’s gonna be baaaaaad. Fortunately, there’s a boatload of cap space waiting in 2023, assuming Justin Fields isn’t irreparably broken before then.

Grimes: Under

I don’t feel like Chicago did enough this offseason to give Justin Fields even a mild chance at success. There should be a little optimism due to a new coaching staff, but growing pains are still expected.

Huff: Under

Fields will be much improved in Year 2 but not enough to carry an average roster to seven wins. Their time will come, but this isn’t the year.

Cincinnati Bengals - O/U 9.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

The Bengals fixed the offensive line that cost them the Super Bowl, and Joe Burrow will have an entire healthy off-season this time. Lock them in as an AFC heavyweight and don’t look back.

D’Andrea: Over

Yes, the Bengals’ horrible ownership is capable of ruining just about anything. But another 10-win season for a team that came together in the postseason and fixed its biggest weaknesses this offseason feels destined to be.

Huff: Over

The Jessie Bates contract stuff is a little worrisome, but as long as the offensive line is no longer a make-shift group of fringe NFL players, I expect this team to be even better than last year’s.

Grimes: Over

Joe Burrow is the real deal. If he isn’t already considered one of the game’s elite signal-callers, he will be by the end of another double-digit wins season.

Cleveland Browns - O/U 8.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

Cleveland sold its soul for Deshaun Watson and will also probably struggle to hover around .500 for most of the year. Easy call for me.

D’Andrea: Under

I thought Cleveland would be looking at something like 6.5 wins. 8.5 after Deshaun Watson’s suspension was finalized at 11 games is a little tougher. There’s going to be some very real rust when he returns to the field (albeit against a bad Texans team) and this still feels like an 8-9 season to me.

Grimes: Under

I mostly like Cleveland’s roster, but four combined games against the Ravens and Bengals is tough. And non-division games include the Chargers and Patriots early in the year, and the Bills and Bucs later.

Huff: Under

Look, the AFC North is tough. The Browns are staring at five or 6 losses in conference play alone. Then you look at the rest of their schedule and see games against teams like the Bills, Chargers, Bucs, Saints, Dolphins and Patriots. I’ll pass on the Browns.

Dallas Cowboys - O/U 10.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Under

On paper, I think the Cowboys have one of the NFL’s better rosters. But I also think the great off-seasons from the Eagles and Giants will chip away at Dallas’s NFC East mystique. We might be in for Mike McCarthy Hot Seat Watch by Halloween.

D’Andrea: Over

The Cowboys have an extremely easy schedule for a reigning division champion — games against the Bears, Lions, Jaguars, and Texans loom. This will be the perfect schedule to pump up a Mike McCarthy team so you can bet against him in his inevitable playoff collapse.

Grimes: Under

Teams don’t win the NFC East in consecutive years. Those are just the rules. But also, I just think Dallas is due for some regression after some record-breaking offensive performances last season, and defensively forcing turnovers at an unsustainable rate.

Huff: Over

The issue isn’t what the Cowboys do in the regular season, it’s what they do after that. They’ll pile up wins and take home the NFC East, but I’m not sure what to expect after that.

Denver Broncos - O/U 10.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

I still think Russ can indeed cook, but I might be alone in asserting that he’s lost some heat off his fastball. Throw in the hellscape that is the AFC West, and I have a hard time rolling with a 33-year-old quarterback on a new team in a new scheme.

D’Andrea: Under

The Broncos have to handle the AFC West AND the NFC West. Brutal luck. 10 wins sounds about right for year one in Russ’s new kitchen.

Grimes: Over

Denver won seven games last season behind Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock — even while dealing with a few injuries to key players like Jerry Jeudy. Russell Wilson should be enough of an upgrade to swing some of the closer losses and compete for the division.

Huff: Under

Denver’s defense should be really good, once again. I think Russell Wilson is great but I’m not sure if he can get this offense to be good enough to make the team four wins better.

Detroit Lions - O/U 6.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

Why? Between Aidan Hutchinson and Jameson Williams, among others, they actually have some game-breaking talent now. What a novel concept! Detroit will be fun, but they need time before I consider them anything more than upstart/spoiler.

D’Andrea: Over

Hell yeah, let’s get weird.

Grimes: Over

OK, so maybe I went a little too far in our playoff predictions with the Lions. But I really like the improvements this team made and feel a lot better about this bet.

Huff: Over

The Lions should be far better than a season ago. The roster is better and Dan Campbell should be better in his second year. And the NFC North probably won’t be great. There’s a chance Detroit gets to seven wins.

Green Bay Packers - O/U 10.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

The Packers might have a top-five defense and have a back-to-back MVP at quarterback. That quarterback might not have anyone reliable or dynamic to throw to, but this squad’s still one of the members of the NFC’s upper crust until further notice.

D’Andrea: Over

I liked the under at 11.5. At 10.5? With a head coach who averages 13 wins per year and in a down year for the NFC? I’ll take the over, even if Aaron Rodgers is mostly throwing to department store mannequins this fall.

Grimes: Over

When the line was at 11.5, I was on the under, thinking they would finish with exactly 11. So at 10.5, I’m jumping on the over for the same reason. This defense is real, and Aaron Rodgers is still the reigning MVP.

Huff: Under

Whether at the beginning or end of the season, the Packers’ offense will have some struggle games without Davante Adams around. It will probably cost them a game or two, which keeps them under 11 wins.

Houston Texans - O/U 4.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

Never count out a Lovie Smith team squeezing out every last drop of their ability on the field. The Texans are bad — maybe even very bad — but they’ll be respectable thanks in large part to Smith and his glorious beard.

D’Andrea: Under

Butt team.

Grimes: Under

They would need a few more games against Jacksonville for me to consider the over.

Huff: Over

Are we in on Davis Mills? The Texans were a 4-win team a season ago, so it’s not unrealistic to think they sneak in one more.

Indianapolis Colts - O/U 9.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Under

Look, someone’s gotta start feeling the brunt of the oversaturated AFC. A 37-year-old quarterback in new digs — who is way past his best days — is a natural choice. I like the Colts’ work in the trenches but not every team can be amazing in a jam-packed conference.

D’Andrea: Over

It’ll be close, but the Colts have a talented young roster and a quarterback who probably won’t lose to the Jaguars with the season on the line. Matt Ryan, even in his late 30s, can make the throws to push Indianapolis over the threshold.

Grimes: Over

I agree it’ll be close, and I think they eclipse this number in the final weeks of the season with games against the Giants and Texans likely being the difference between a playoff berth.

Huff: Over

Improvement at quarterback. They should be in a good spot position to make the playoffs, which means 10 wins are likely.

Jacksonville Jaguars - O/U 6.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

Obviously, I’m not convinced the Jaguars are ready to contend. But between the hiring of Doug Pederson and more, you know, organizational stability after last year’s debacle: I’d feel silly if I missed out on Trevor Lawrence 2.0.

D’Andrea: Under

Two games against the Texans are nice, but Jacksonville has won more than seven games exactly once in the past 11 seasons.

Grimes: Under

They would need a few more games against Houston for me to consider the over.

Huff: Under

It was ugly for Jacksonville in 2021 and I can’t imagine it being any worse. But for the Jags to reach seven wins, they’d have to more than double their wins. I don’t see it.

Kansas City Chiefs - O/U 10.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Over

Is Andy Reid still the head coach? Is Pat Mahomes still the quarterback? They’re not going anywhere.

D’Andrea: Over

Yeah I’m not betting against the Chiefs, who looked lost at sea in a 3-4 start and still managed to hit 12 wins last season.

Grimes: Over

The rest of the division may have caught up, but that doesn’t mean KC is done winning.

Huff: Over

Andy Reid is great and so is Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs will figure out how to win a lot of games.

Las Vegas Raiders - O/U 8.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

If anyone does unseat the Chiefs this year, I’m warming up to the idea of the Raiders. That Davante Adams-Darren Waller-Hunter Renfrow pass-target Cerberus has the potential to be devastating. They won’t have an automatic “go get a stop” defense, but guys like Chandler Jones should make them respectable.

D’Andrea: Over

The Raiders have outperformed expectations each of the last three seasons despite some confusing roster management. Their schedule does them no favors, but it’s not difficult to see another winning season in Las Vegas.

Grimes: Over

They have some impressive talent on both sides of the ball, and my trust in Derek Carr to make positive contributions has never been higher.

Huff: Over

Back-to-back playoff appearances on the way for the Raiders. Double-digit wins, as well.

Los Angeles Chargers - O/U 10.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Over

The Chargers learned their lesson from last year’s near-miss playoff berth by giving Justin Herbert one of the NFL’s better offensive lines. They’re also giving him more support on defense with pick magnet J.C. Jackson and pressures magnet, Khalil Mack. The less pressure on Herbert, the more he launches dimes downfield. Advantage: Chargers.

D’Andrea: Under

No team has worse luck than the Chargers, which leads me to avoid them in any and all betting scenarios. If you do have to wager on them, lean toward the side that profits when their Pro Bowl tailback fumbles six times in one game or their star young quarterback is struck by lightning.

Grimes: Over

I’m sipping the Kool-Aid. That’s over on every team in the AFC West. This thing is going to be a battle to the end, and the Chargers might be my favorite of the bunch. How far they go comes down to Justin Herbert, and I think he can take another step this year.

Huff: Under

I like the Chargers but 11 wins a lot, given how tough their division is. I’m not buying into all of the hype just yet. They’ll be a fun team to watch, though.

Los Angeles Rams - O/U 10.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

At this point, Les Snead manages the Rams’ roster the way I do in franchise mode in Madden. Lose Odell Beckham Jr.? That’s cool, I’ll simply sign Allen Robinson. Lose Von Miller? Psh, whatever. Bobby Wagner, come on down.

D’Andrea: Under

Last year’s championship squad benefitted from some strong injury luck and the fact replacements could be found on the buyout market late in the year. Regression may loom on the horizon and with a win total this low for a defending Super Bowl winner, there’s value in the under.

Grimes: Under

It’ll be interesting to see how they respond to being the team everyone is hunting.

Huff: Over

I’m not going to overthink this. Aaron Donald is back, and the weapons on offense are, too. Simple.

Miami Dolphins - O/U 8.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Over

There should be doubts about whether Tua Tagavailoa is The Guy in South Beach. But the rest of the roster — especially after adding Tyreek Hill, Terron Armstead, and Mike McDaniel at head coach — is nothing to sneeze at. The Dolphins won’t have any trouble swimming fast.

D’Andrea: Over

You can win nine games with a caretaker quarterback. The Colts, Saints, Steelers, and Dolphins all did it in 2021.

Grimes: Over

They’ve won nine games in consecutive seasons and should be a little better this year.

Huff: Over

Miami had nine wins a season ago and all the day did was make improvements to the roster over the season. Hammering this over.

Minnesota Vikings - O/U 9.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

Yes, the rest of the NFC is so atrocious I think Kirk Cousins will lead a team above. 500 — something he’s only done four times in his 10-year career. Seriously, I am picking the best of the worst here. This is a team that doesn’t realize it’s actually in a rebuild (or at least should realize). I guess Justin Jefferson is just that good, you know?

D’Andrea: Under

But only barely. This defense has a lot of questions to answer and it’s possible my entirely-too-clever 8-8-1 prediction from earlier in the season comes to fruition. They’ll be fun to watch, though.

Grimes: Under

They’ll win some games they probably shouldn’t and lose some they probably should’ve won. In the end, it’ll be an incredibly average season that ends with either 8 or 9 wins.

Huff: Under

It’s hard to get too optimistic about the Vikings. They always figure out to make things weird…in a bad way.

New England Patriots - O/U 8.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

As much as the greater sphere of New England thinks Mac Jones is the second coming of another certain great quarterback, this is a team lacking flash. I can count the number of premium playmakers on one hand. The Patriots will never be out of a game because of that whole Belichick thing, but they won’t be relevant.

D’Andrea: Over

There aren’t many easy games in the four-week stretch to open the season and a 1-3 start could push this total down to 7.5 wins. Either way, things get lighter from there, clearing a reasonable path to nine wins even if this team hasn’t made any significant offseason improvements.

Grimes: Under

The defense carried the Pats at times last season. I’m not counting on that to happen again.

Huff: Over

I get that Josh McDaniels is gone, but is he a big enough reason for this team to take a step backward?

New Orleans Saints - O/U 8.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Over

Dennis Allen seems like the perfect steward for the Jameis Winston-Chris Olave-Mike Thomas era. And if Winston can successfully launch bombs to that duo in a high-flying offense with the support of a defense that can sand over his (inevitable?) mistakes — watch out.

D’Andrea: Over

This team went 5-2 with Jameis Winston at quarterback and, somehow, 4-1 in games started by Taysom Hill. Sean Payton is gone, but Dennis Allen is capable of keeping the defensive effort afloat that pushes New Orleans to wins regardless of how shaky the passing game is.

Grimes: Over

I’ve come around on the Saints over the course of the offseason. I always knew the defense was solid, but now I’m feeling better about their offense and the things Jameis Winston can do with all the new playmakers surrounding him.

Huff: Over

Assuming Jameis Winston is close to 100 percent, Alvin Kamara has a bounceback year, and Tyrann Mathieu further boosts the New Orleans defense, the Saints should have another fine season. Even without Sean Payton around.

New York Giants - O/U 7.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

Bless Brian Daboll’s heart if he really believes in Daniel Jones. Big Blue’s got a promising core in the works, but they’ll need a real franchise signal-caller to make it seem cohesive when ready.

D’Andrea: Over

The Giants have one of the weakest schedules in the league and have a clear path to be just good enough in 2022 to ruin their plans for drafting a new franchise quarterback.

Grimes: Over

I believe we’ll see Daniel Jones take some strides under a new coaching staff, and after Week 6, the Giants’ schedule is as easy as any in the league.

Huff: Under

Purely a toss-up, in my honest opinion. I would expect the Giant’s skill position players to be better than last season, given they should be more healthy, but I don’t know if that gets them to eight wins.

New York Jets - O/U 5.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

The other New York team is pulling all the stops out for Zach Wilson. If Robert Saleh can’t make his 2021 top pick break out with new targets/support and a year of practice under his belt, well … it’d just be like most Jets seasons, wouldn’t it?

D’Andrea: Under

Nah.

Grimes: Under

I don’t see many wins on their schedule.

Huff: Under

Zach Wilson and the boys aren’t quite there yet.

Philadelphia Eagles - O/U 9.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

A.J. Brown and Jordan Davis as off-season headliners. AKA: A top-10 receiver and the anchor of college football’s defense next to world-wrecker Fletcher Cox. Other changes aside, need I say more?

D’Andrea: Over

Philadelphia was 2022’s offseason champion and has the personnel to make last year’s puffed-up record (zero wins over playoff opponents) look legit. Jalen Hurts showed flashes of downfield competence last season. Adding Brown should help push him to a higher playmaking plane.

Grimes: Over

Philly should win the NFC East.

Huff: Over

Philly was good last season and got better over the offseason. Easy call.

Pittsburgh Steelers - O/U 7.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

The Steelers will enter uncharted territory this year, assuredly learning from the mistakes of those bumbling Bears. They’re going to try to win with either Mitchell Trubisky or the new Mitchell Trubisky (Kenny Pickett). Uh, good luck, Western Pennsylvania.

D’Andrea: Over

The Steeler defense pushed this team to 11 straight wins in 2020 despite being fully stuck in the noodle-armed throes of late-stage Ben Roethlisberger. Kenny Pickett and Mitchell Trubisky may not be any better, but at least they can throw enough deep balls to open up room for Najee Harris to rumble.

Grimes: Under

It’ll be weird to see a Mike Tomlin team under .500, but I think this is just the quarterback situation to make it happen.

Huff:Under

This is really going to be a defensive-led squad. I just don’t believe that’s enough to keep up with the AFC North’s offenses.

San Francisco 49ers - O/U 9.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Over

We’ll see Trey Lance sooner rather than later. And whatever flaws this perennial contender had with Jimmy Garoppolo, they won’t be as regularly visible with Lance.

D’Andrea: Over

That is, if Garoppolo sticks around. Otherwise I am genuinely unsure.

Grimes: Under

Just having a hard time seeing Lance win 10 games as soon as he gets the reins.

Huff: Under

What Prince said.

Seattle Seahawks - O/U 5.5 wins

Zeglinski: Under

With or without Baker Mayfield, Seattle’s in for a long rebuild. The Seahawks are one of the worst teams in the league. Let’s check in on them in, say, 2024?

D’Andrea: Over

Pete Carroll isn’t truly ready to rebuild; he’s the game’s oldest head coach. You really think we’re going to see a full-on tank in Seattle? Nah, these guys will compete their way to the 12th overall pick in 2023.

Grimes: Under

Playing in the NFC West certainly doesn’t help.

Huff: Under

It’s going to be weird watching these guys try and figure it out without Russell Wilson. Think it’ll be a long season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - O/U 11.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

Does Tom Brady come out of short-lived retirement if he doesn’t see the “Baby Park” course known as the NFC as an easy path to the Super Bowl? Is water also very wet?

D’Andrea: Under

This is it. I’m finally counting out Touchdown Tom. For no other reason but to be contrarian. In all likelihood, however, this looks like a 12-win season.

Grimes: Over

As long as Tom is still Tom, this team should remain one of the NFC’s elite.

Huff: Over

It’s hard to bet against Tom Brady having success. That being said, two of his top targets from a season ago will be gone (three, depending on if Chris Godwin misses a bunch of time) and Brady was retired just a short while ago. But it’s Tom Brady so I’ll look past the few red flags here.

Tennessee Titans - O/U 9.5 wins

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Zeglinski: Under

Bad news: This’ll be the year we see the Mike Vrabel Titans finally take a nose dive. I mean, unless they sand over their issues in the secondary and at quarterback and at receiver. Good news: Maybe Malik Willis plays by Thanksgiving!

D’Andrea: Over

The offense is a mess. Fine. But Mike Vrabel finally has the defense he wants and he’s going to smother the rest of the AFC South to death. He’s averaged more than 10 wins per season in his four years in Nashville.

Grimes: Under

This is the year Tennessee realizes Ryan Tannehill might not be the guy to take them where they want to go.

Huff: Under

I’d bet that the playoff loss to Cincinnatti was a deflating one. Now AJ Brown is gone and it feels like the window in Tennessee is closed. Disappointing season ahead for the Titans,

Washington Football Team - O/U 7.5 wins

Zeglinski: Over

Carson Wentz is the quarterback and I do not care. Have you seen this silly team? Jonathan Allen, Chase Young, Jahan Dotson, Terry McLaurin, etc., etc. If this team can’t win at least eight games, Riverboat Ron should be in trouble.

D’Andrea: Under

Wentz is going to find a way to sprain both ankles in the same game (again) and the wheels are going to come off (again). Washington hasn’t won more than seven games in a season since 2016.

Grimes: Under

There’s just always a lot of non-football things swirling around this team that could distract from what they need to do on the field.

Huff: Under

Not sure this team is any better than it was last year. There’s hope, but I’m not banking on much improvement.

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