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NFL Record Predictions: Over/under win total picks for 2019

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The oddsmakers have their view of the 2019 NFL season but how should you bet on the Over/Under win totals for all 32 teams?

On Thursday night, a new NFL season begins. As the league kicks off its 100th season, the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears — two of the most storied franchises, will square off to get the 2019 regular season underway. With the preseason and roster cuts now behind us, it’s the perfect time to look at the NFL Over/Under win totals and see where things stand according to oddsmakers.

Things have certainly shifted throughout the NFL over the past week leading up to the regular season. Jadeveon Clowney being traded to the Seattle Seahawks, Laremy Tunsil getting shipped to the Houston Texans, Ezekiel Elliott potentially signing just before Week 1 and much more has changed things for a number of teams and their outlooks for the 2019 season.

Of course, the odds have shifted with the NFL Over/Under win totals to reflect this. This is always a fascinating way to preview the league as a whole because we get a look at who the oddsmakers — the ones who always come out on top in the end — see as the contenders, the bottom-feeders and the ones in-between in the league.

We aren’t here just to look at these odds and the win totals, though. No, we’re going to look at them and then make our picks for each of them to see if they are going to be better than the oddsmakers say they will be or if the opposite is true.

For the purposes of this, there won’t be any pushes when it comes to making picks and predictions for the NFL Over/Under win totals. Even if the line is perfect, we’ll still make a pick and hitch our wagon to that, for better or worse.

With that in mind, let’s go in alphabetical order through all 32 teams and make our picks and predictions for these Over/Unders.

Note: All odds are courtesy of BetOnline, except for the Colts line, which had not yet been updated since Andrew Luck‘s retirement. That line is courtesy of PointsBet.

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