2017 NFL Pro Football Season Win Totals Sports Betting Odds Previews

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NFL training camps open in just a few weeks so it is a good time to preview the NFL regular season odds for notable teams. Odds are currently posted for all 32 NFL teams.

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The team lined with the most wins in the betting are the New England Patriots set at 12 ½ wins for the 2017 regular season. Despite missing Tom Brady for the first four games of last season the Patriots still finished with 14 wins in the regular season. Offensively loaded it was the defense that was sneaky good sitting first in points allowed giving up 15.6 points per game.

Second in the wagering are three teams which are tied for 10 ½ wins. They include the Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks. Steelers finished with 11 wins and come off a good draft to improve their already good passing game. Seattle had 10 wins in 2016 but their offense struggled on the ground with the retirement of Marshawn Lynch.

Checking in with 9 ½ wins include the defending NFC Champions Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs and Carolina Panthers. Falcons must overcome their Super Bowl meltdown blowing a 28-3 second half lead. Dallas must fill some losses they had in their secondary and offensive line. KC and Oakland finished with 12 wins a year ago. Chiefs defense was stout limiting opponents to 19.4 a game. Raiders must improve on a defense that ranked 24th against the pass and 23rd on the run. They were fortunate to win a lot of close games despite poor defensive play. Injuries to the offensive line hurt Carolina in 2016 as they captured only six wins.

At the bottom of the list lined at 4 ½ wins include the Cleveland Browns, New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers. Cleveland avoided a winless season as they captured a home victory to San Diego on Christmas Eve to finish with a 1-15 record. Browns were 30th in total offense and 31st in total defense. New York Jets had a poor season with 5 wins in 2016. The quarterback position looks weak heading into training camp with Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty competing. San Francisco finished with 2 wins a season ago and welcome Kyle Shanahan as their head coach in 2017. He is an offensive mind and looks to improve on a 32nd and last passing game.

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