2014 NFL season win totals

King Ing May 19, 2014 0

Seahawks

LVH Sportsbook released their NFL win totals for the 2014 over the weekend. Of course the two teams that played in the Super Bowl lead the way with 11 total wins. Can’t blame them either as both teams looked to have gotten better in the offseason.

Now on the opposite end of the spectrum you have the Jaguars. Blake Bortles better learn and learn fast if he wants to get that team to 5 wins.

What teams are you intrigued by?

Denver Broncos: 11 (Over: -140, Under: +120)

Seattle Seahawks: 11 (Over: -120, Under: even)

New England Patriots: 10.5 (Over: -135, Under: +115)

San Francisco 49ers: 10.5 (Over: -120, Under: even)

Green Bay Packers: 10 (Over: -145, Under: +125)

New Orleans Saints: 9.5 (Over: -150, Under: +130)

Indianapolis Colts: 9.5 (Over: +130, Under: -150)

Cincinnati Bengals: 9 (Over: -135, Under: +115)

Philadelphia Eagles: 9 (Over: +115, Under: -135)

Baltimore Ravens: 8.5 (Over: -120, Under: even)

Pittsburgh Steelers: 8.5 (Over: -120, Under: even)

Detroit Lions: 8 (Over: -150, Under: +130)

Chicago Bears: 8 (Over: -140, Under: +120)

Atlanta Falcons: 8 (Over: -130, Under: +110)

Carolina Panthers: 8 (Over: -130, Under: +110)

Kansas City Chiefs: 8 (Over: -120, Under: even)

San Diego Chargers: 8 (Over: -120, Under: even)

Dallas Cowboys: 8 (Over: -110, Under: -110)

Miami Dolphins: 8 (Over: +110, Under: -130)

Houston Texans: 7.5 (Over: -145, Under: +125)

New York Giants: 7.5 (Over: -135, Under: +115)

Arizona Cardinals: 7.5 (Over: -120, Under: even)

St. Louis Rams: 7.5 (Over: -110, Under: -110)

Washington Redskins: 7.5 (Over: +125, Under: -145)

Tennessee Titans: 7 (Over: -130, Under: +110)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 7 (Over: -120, Under: even)

New York Jets: 7 (Over: -125, Under: +105)

Cleveland Browns: 6.5 (Over: -150, Under: +130)

Buffalo Bills: 6.5 (Over: -130, Under: +110)

Minnesota Vikings: 6 (Over: +105, Under: -125)

Oakland Raiders: 5 (Over: +130, Under: -150)

Jacksonville Jaguars: 4.5 (Over: -150, Under: +130)

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